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We've finally come full circle. When Nintendo first announced New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe (still a mouthful) for Nintendo Switch, they revealed a new item called the Super Crown that transforms Toadette into "Peachette." The internet began speculating what the Super Crown would do to other characters, such as Bowser, and soon the often-NSFW "Bowsette" was born. Now that the game is finally out on Nintendo Switch, modders have made her playable.

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Nintendo has been talking more and more about branching out into video content in recent years, but little has materialized thus far. In the absence of official releases, fans have taken the task of animating Nintendo characters into their own hands. The latest fan project to impress is a short but sweet look at how The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild could look as an anime, and it's a must-see!

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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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Rooster Teeth is best known as the home of Red vs. Blue, RWBY, Achievement Hunter, and other assorted video content, but they also have a video game department. Over the past two years, Rooster Teeth Games has been working on a new IP in secret, and the first details were revealed on the most recent RT Podcast. You can look forward to "Vicious Circle" sometime later this year.

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Simon Thomley, the sole developer at Headcannon, recently proved his ability to revitalize classic brands with his work on Sonic Mania, the highest-rated entry in the franchise in many years. As it turns out, he had hoped to follow it up by reviving another classic franchise, this time by working with Capcom. Teaming up with a comic artist and writer, Headcannon set out to work on a Darkwing Duck video game.

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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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Super Mario Odyssey was one of the top games of 2017, and it was an especially big hit with retro gamers. The Switch exclusive is a brilliant tribute and follow-up to the classic 3D platforming adventures of the late 1990s and early 2000s, reminding its nostalgia-loving fans of games like Banjo-Kazooie. In that spirit, modder ItzSka decided to take the classic Clanker's Cavern level from Banjo-Kazooie and insert it into Odyssey.

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One of my favorite weeks on the gaming calendar is finally here! Twice a year, Games Done Quick assembles some of the world's most talented video game speedrunners for a week-long series of competitions and showcases. Pros will speed through games like Celeste, Symphony of the Night, and Super Metroid at near-record speeds, all while raising money for charity.

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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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Over a decade after it first released, Portal is still a popular game in the speedrunning community. The game's short length and physics-based gameplay make it a perfect candidate for quick conquering, and it was recently beaten faster than ever before. Runner Can't Even already held the world record for the Out of Bounds category at 7:12, but as one of the last actions of 2018, they managed to shave off another 5 seconds.

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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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Switch has become the go-to platform for indie developers looking to expand their audience, and numerous titles have seen higher than expected sales on the platform. 2018 was another great year for quality indie games on Switch, with titles like Celeste, Dead Cells, and The Messenger achieving critical acclaim. To celebrate these and other great games, Nintendo has put together two sizzle reels of 2018 Indie Hits on Switch.

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