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Fans of the No More Heroes franchise have been waiting a long time for the next chapter, and today it's finally here. While it isn't quite the No More Heroes 3 people were hoping for, Travis Strikes Again is an action-packed hack and slash adventure, and it could eventually pave the way for a true sequel. But how does it hold up as a standalone product? The reviews are starting to pour in, and it's a bit of a mixed bag.

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The Power Rangers brand has been around for decades, and there have been quite a few video game adaptations over the years. Rumors have been swirling for a while now about the next Power Rangers game, and today it was officially unveiled. Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is a multiplatform "high fidelity" fighting game from the development team behind the Legacy Wars mobile game.

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We like to keep our eyes on up and coming indie games here at Gamnesia, and one I've been watching for years is YIIK: A Postmodern RPG. As an avid EarthBound fan, I was intrigued by the idea of a game partially inspired by the canceled EarthBound 64, but as I discovered when I went hands-on with a review copy of the game, YIIK is a solid and unique experience on its own. Acck Studio's latest game just launched on Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC.

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Nintendo originally launched New Super Mario Bros. U on Wii U (just in case the name didn't give it away), but that platform's lack of success compelled Nintendo to give the platformer new life on Switch. The Deluxe version of the game comes with all DLC, some graphical upgrades, and some new playable characters and items. You can pick up the new and improved version tomorrow, and in the meantime, Nintendo has just released a new trailer to showcase its fun gameplay and newly-acquired portability on Switch.

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Yesterday we learned that Yoshi's Crafted World is all set to launch on March 29th, and Nintendo has just released a new trailer to showcase the game's story. Yoshi's latest adventure kicks off when Kamek and Baby Bowser head to "the lovely island of the Yoshis" to steal the magical, wish-granting Sundream Stone. When its gemstones are scattered across the land, it's up to the Yoshis to retrieve them.

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Last month we reported on an Xbox One listing for "Resident Evil 2 1-Shot Demo." At the time Capcom gave no official comment, but that changed today. Capcom has just officially confirmed the existence of the 1-Shot Demo, and they also revealed that it's coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam this Friday, January 11th.

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13AM Games mad a big splash with the popular 2015 platformer Runbow, and soon they'll be back with another adventure. Double Cross, a futuristic action-platformer, is set to launch on Steam and Nintendo Switch in just three days. Ahead of its release, 13AM Games published an overview trailer that introduces you to protagonist Zahra and the multi-dimensional worlds she'll be exploring.

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Back in 2014, a mysterious game called "P.T." was unveiled at Gamescom and then uploaded to PlayStation Network. The short but memorable horror experience turned out to be a "playable teaser" for a new Silent Hill game, but an ugly divorce between Konami and Hideo Kojima led to its cancellation and the removal of P.T. from Sony's online store. Since then, several groups of fan developers have attempted to recreate it at various times, and yesterday a completed version was released for free.

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In 2017, The Pokémon Company released their 20th Pokémon movie, and to mark the occasion they decided to give fans a blast from the past. Rather than setting the film in Alola and continuing the Sun and Moon plot, they essentially rebooted the movie universe with Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You!, a re-telling of the Kanto League story from the anime. If you haven't had a chance to check it out yet, it's now easier than ever, as it just launched on Netflix!

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Back in July The Pokémon Company revealed that their next movie would be titled Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution. After this, nothing was said about the project for months, but that changed when a July 12, 2019 release date was announced earlier this month. Building off that hype, The Pokémon Company has just released the film's first teaser trailer.

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Dragon Quest XI finally made its way outside of Japan earlier this year, but development on the Nintendo Switch version of the game started later than other platforms. As such, it's been a bit of a wait for Nintendo fans, but developer Square Enix recently released a new trailer with the promise of a 2019 launch. Additionally, the trailer shows off the game's Japanese voice acting, which is a first for the series.

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In one month and five days, Capcom will launch the new and improved Resident Evil 2, reviving the survival-horror classic for a whole new generation. With vastly overhauled graphics and controls, revised story elements, and new areas to explore, it's sure to be a fresh adventure. Ahead of its release, Capcom has been trickling out new gameplay videos, and today we have one showing off Ada Wong and a confrontation with Annette Birkin.

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With the release of Kingdom Hearts III finally just a month away, developer Square Enix is cranking up the hype! We were promised three new promotional videos for the month of December, and Square Enix is not disappointing. Last week, they shared the game's opening movie trailer, and today (one day ahead of schedule, for some reason) they've released a four-minute-long "Final Battle" trailer.

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We're just over a month away from the launch of Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, and director Suda51 is planning to drop some huge news next week. You won't have to wait that long for your next update on the game, though, because today we got some news and a new trailer! The new footage shows off the Electric Thunder Tiger II game Travis will be fighting his way through.

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It's been nearly 13 years since Kingdom Hearts II debuted on PlayStation 2, and its successor is finally nearing its release. We've still got a little over a month until Kingdom Hearts III drops, but Square Enix is keeping the hype strong with three new promotional videos in December. The first one just launched, and it features the game's opening cinematic along with a new theme song (from Hikaru Utada and Skrillex) called Face My Fears.

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