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The big day is finally here for Nintendo's new project. Nintendo Labo allows you to create custom cardboard peripherals that interact with Switch features like HD rumble, infrared sensing, and the touch screen. With Labo, you can go fishing, race a car, fight a giant robot, play the piano, and more. Nintendo Labo is finally available today, and Nintendo has recruited Bill Nye to show off its merits in a new video.

You can check it out by clicking below!

Super Smash Bros. Melee was one of the most popular titles on GameCube, and nearly 17 years later it still has a dedicated following of passionate fans. While the Smash series is generally associated with 1v1 showdowns or big party battles, the games also have a variety of extra modes, including a timed Break the Targets mission. All these years later, fans are still fighting for new world records on these modes, and one player recently succeeded.

Hit the jump to watch a 14-year record broken!

A legend returns tomorrow. For the first time in five years, a brand new God of War adventure is almost here, and Sony Santa Monica is bringing major shake-ups to their hit series. This time around, Kratos will be battling his way through Norse Mythology instead of the usual bouts with Greek gods. Early reviews call it the best game in franchise history, but if you're still not sold, Polygon has released over two hours of footage.

You can feast your eyes by clicking below!

Capcom is bringing the entire Mega Man X series to modern platforms in July in the form of the Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1+2 pack. The bundle includes all eight games with updates and enhancements, plus a ton of new content. The first of the two collections was recently featured on Capcom TV, giving us a good look at the menu, the extra content contained in the Museum, and the new X Challenge boss mode.

You can check it all out by clicking below!

Sonic fans are looking forward to diving right back into the mania once Sonic Mania Plus drops this summer. Expanding on the original release of the highest rated Sonic game in well over a decade, the Sonic Mania expansion is set to bring new modes and playable characters in the form of the returning Mighty and Ray.

However, looks like some fans have gotten into some of the fun early as a substantial Sonic Mania update dropped for PlayStation 4 earlier today. The update has since been pulled from the server, but not without some fans already looking into what's changed.

Hit the jump for more details, but mind the spoilers!

Square Enix has been hard at work on Kingdom Hearts III for what feels like an eternity, and the long-awaited game is finally expected to launch later this year. A new trailer just dropped, showing off a small, but thoughtful, touch that will add some extra fun to the game. Kingdom Hearts III will feature mini-games styled after classic LCD handhelds and starring Disney characters like Mickey and Minnie Mouse.

Head inside to take a look!

Nintendo launched The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild over a year ago, and fans are still finding things to get excited about. The latest discovery is an Easter Egg hidden in plain sight that has gone unnoticed for months. During the Trial of the Sword (which was added as DLC last Summer), players encounter a total of seven Sheikah monks. What no one realized before is that they're hiding a secret.

Head inside the article to check it out!

TheDominoKing is an expert at crafting elaborate domino masterpieces that pay tribute to iconic video game characters like Majora's Mask, Mega Man, Pikachu, and Shovel Knight. His latest work of art focuses on one of Sonic's longtime friends, Knuckles the Echidna. The tribute was built using 25,480 dominoes, and it took four days to construct. As a nice touch, the video showing them all crashing down is set to the Sonic Mania intro music.

You can check it out by clicking below!

SEGA was once a proud competitor in the video game industry, but their last major console is now virtually synonymous with failure. Why did the Dreamcast crash and burn so hard? The latest episode of Did You Know Gaming tackles the troubled development process behind SEGA's infamous console, highlighting the business decisions and market pressures that ultimately led to SEGA's withdrawal from the hardware race.

You can explore this troubled era in SEGA's history by clicking below!

The King of Kong controversy continues. Following a lengthy investigation by three parties, it was determined that Billy Mitchell's Donkey Kong arcade scores were not achieved within the rules set by Twin Galaxies. As such, Mitchell was stripped of all his scores by both Twin Galaxies and Guinness World Records. Mitchell continues to deny any wrongdoing on his part, and he has addressed the issue in a new video.

You can check out his response by clicking below.

It's not often that Nintendo opens up its doors and allows cameras inside, but this is a special occasion. In celebration of the 250th episode of Nintendo Minute, hosts Kit Ellis and Krysta Yang got to take a tour of Nintendo headquarters in Kyoto, Japan. The duo got to visit and record the lobby, the Tatami room (where employees can relax and unwind), and cafeteria before taking a brief glimpse inside the Nintendo Development Center across the block.

Head inside the article to take the tour!

Oft rumored, long wanted, and once thought impossible, the promised time has finally come to pass. What's long been considered as the highest requested rerelease for SEGA diehards finally came to light at SEGA Fes last night, being the "HUGE" announcement the publisher has been teasing via their international social media channels.

The Dreamcast classic Shenmue and its sequel are being brought to the Xbox One, PS4, and PC, and the single package duology will be released later this year. Check out the reveal trailer after the jump!

Nintendo has had immense success with their miniature, plug-and-play versions of the NES and SNES, and now SEGA's looking to get a piece of the action for themselves. At SEGA Fes 2018, Nintendo's former rival revealed that they're launching a Mega Drive Mini, or Genesis Mini in North America. You can expect this retro stocking stuffer to launch sometime in 2018.

Hit the jump to check out the reveal trailer!

My Hero Academia is back! The hit anime has returned for a third season, but that's not the only exciting development for the series. Bandai Namco is hard at work on a video game adaptation of My Hero Academia, and it's coming out later this year. An extensive new trailer dropped today, giving us a two minute look at our favorite heroes, destructible environments, and the new sidekick system.

You can catch all the action by clicking below!

Nintendo and Universal are hard at work on Super Nintendo World, but that's not all that's on the way. In addition to setting aside a massive plot of land for Nintendo-themed attractions like Mario Kart and Donkey Kong, Universal Orlando (which is one of three future Super Nintendo World locations) is getting a Pokémon theme park section, and sooner than you might think!

Head inside the article for all the juicy details!