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Game Freak's beloved Pokémon franchise is set to evolve yet again when Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! launch on Nintendo Switch this November. The upcoming games are remakes of Pokémon Yellow in a modern style and feature elements of Pokémon GO. If you're excited to see more, you'll be happy to know Game Freak released a new trailer today! It's mostly recycled footage, but there are a few new tidbits, including another look at Mewtwo.

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Late last month Blizzard unveiled the newest Overwatch hero: a hamster in a mech suit. This furry little guy is quite the disruptive addition to the roster with his wrecking ball mechanics, so Blizzard has spent nearly a month testing him out on the PTR server. Today it seems they're finally satisfied with his balancing, as they've officially released him into the main game.

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Back in 2014, a Sly Cooper movie was announced with a teaser trailer that promised a 2016 release. In the four years since then, we've heard virtually nothing new about the project, but it recently resurfaced...as a TV show. A listing from PGS Entertainment reveals that the planned movie has been re-purposed as a TV show produced by Technicolor Animation Productions.

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Capcom's beloved Mega Man X franchise has just been revived for modern audiences! The Mega Man X Legacy Collection (which comes in two bundles) just dropped on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC. The collections contain four games each, as well as extra content like concept art, music, a prequel anime, and the new X Challenge mode. There's even a new Rookie Hunter difficulty setting for newcomers.

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The third season of My Hero Academia is in full swing, and Bandai Namco's video game adaptation launches in just three months. On top of that, we're also getting a movie! My Hero Academia: Two Heroes is the first ever movie version of the popular manga and anime series, and it's going to be hitting theaters in Japan and North America soon!

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The Blue Bomber is all set to return to TV. Capcom and Man of Action have been working together for three years to create a new cartoon series based on the classic action-platforming franchise. Mega Man: Fully Charged will make its Cartoon Network debut on August 5th, and it will be released on the Cartoon Network app two days early. Ahead of the inaugural episode, the first official trailer was shown off at San Diego Comic-Con.

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Capcom is getting ready to launch the first Monster Hunter game for Switch in the West. Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate features graphical improvements over its 3DS predecessor and tons of brand new content. The game isn't even out yet (just over a month to go), and Capcom has already announced its first major collaboration.

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San Diego Comic-Con is in full swing—pun intended—and Insomniac Games dropped some new trailers for Spider-Man at the Marvel Games panel. A new story trailer reveals that New York City is turning upside-down, and Mayor Norman Osborn is pointing the blame squarely on Spider-Man. As such, Osborn hires an unlikely ally: Silver Sable. Additionally, Insomniac dropped a final trailer detailing the game's pre-order bonus.

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Rejoice, Stardew Valley fans. The long wait is almost over! Developer ConcernedApe first teased a multiplayer mode over two years ago, and we reported back in April that it had entered the bug testing phase. ConcernedApe was hoping to launch it in May, but things took a little longer than planned. A new trailer just dropped today, revealing a release date that's just around the corner!

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Last week Nintendo software development head Shinya Takahashi teased that more updates are coming to Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. The Deluxe version of the game already comes packaged with all of the DLC that released for the game on Wii U, and Switch owners can look forward to even more content going forward. Nintendo has just unveiled a new update featuring content from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and it's available now!

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Earlier this month the unthinkable happened: Dragon Ball creator Akira Toriyama made Broly canon. The Legendary Super Saiyan had previously only appeared in non-canon films with little to no involvement from Toriyama, but soon he'll have his official inauguration into Dragon Ball Super. Broly's new movie is set to hit Japan this December, and the dub will release in the US in January. In the meantime, the first full-length trailer just dropped, and it brings the promise of some exciting battles!

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Popular manga/anime series My Hero Academia is coming to the world of video games as Bandai Namco's My Hero: One's Justice. Western gamers can get their hands on this exciting fighting game on October 26th. In the meantime, Bandai Namco has just released a new trailer that covers the game's story and introduces the new Mission Mode, and they've also put out a new TV commercial starring villains Dabi and Himiko Toga.

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Blast from the past Sonic Mania was a nostalgic thrill ride that was well worth the wait for Sonic fans, and many are looking forward to double-dipping into Sonic Mania Plus with its worldwide launch tomorrow. To commemorate, much like they had done with the original Collector's Edition last year, SEGA put together a familiar tongue-in-cheek advert that those who grew up in the 90's "Console Wars" will surely recognize.

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Just this morning we got two new trailers for Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Eevee!, but that's not all The Pokémon Company had in store. Another new trailer just released in Japan. If they're not careful, they just might spoil us! This one runs a minute and 24 seconds and covers various features we've seen before, but there were at least two key moments that revealed exciting new info.

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Game Freak is sending the Pokémon franchise back to Kanto for Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Eevee!, remaking Yellow with HD graphics and new content from Pokémon GO. You can get your hands on these adventures on November 16th. In the meantime, The Pokémon Company just released two new trailers giving us an extensive look at the new and improved Kanto.

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