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A group of Australian filmmakers are working on a documentary about Rare's GoldenEye 007,one of the most influential console shooter games in history. Anybody who owned a Nintendo 64 back in the late 90s will remember the fun of GoldenEye's multiplayer mode, which was partly responsible for popularizing multiplayer split-screen in modern shooters.

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A few days ago, Bandai Namco released a short teaser trailer for a new game, along with the hashtag #PrepareToDine at the end.

The game appears to be quite pleasing aesthetically, with a bloody, hand drawn style in (mostly) black in white.

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Electronic Arts and Motive Studios revealed tons of new information regarding Star Wars Battlefront II. The new game will release on November 17, 2017, for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 with a fleshed out single-player campaign that will be canonical to the Star Wars universe, multiple player classes to choose from, and all eras from the film saga represented in-game with new playable hero characters, ships, locales to visit. And that's just the tip of the iceberg.

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Nintendo had promised that today's Direct would focus mainly on Switch games, and boy, did it ever.

During the Direct, a bunch of details and release dates were announced for quite a few titles. For starters, to celebrate the launch of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on April 28th, Nintendo is planning to host two tournaments: a racing tournament and a battle tournament. More details will be provided soon, so keep your eyes open and your feet ready on the gas pedal, Karters!

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Today's Nintendo Direct was focused primarily on information about Splatoon 2 and ARMS, so we learned tons of stuff about both games. First off, we finally have an official release date for ARMS: June 16th. We also learned about new kinds of weapons, game modes, stages, and more, giving us our first in-depth look at ARMS since it was originally revealed in January.

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During today's Nintendo Direct, the company let loose details and release dates on quite a few titles for Nintendo 3DS.

Included in this latest Direct was the Pikmin title teased in a previous Direct last year. We also saw lots of upcoming JRPGs and a handful of Kirby titles to celebrate the loveable-but-fierce puffball's 25th Anniversary.

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Today's Nintendo Direct gave us tons of information on Splatoon 2, including the game's official release date and the announcement of a new game mode, "Salmon Run." Splatoon 2 will launch on July 21st, 2017, along with a new series of Inkling Amiibo.

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A new Nintendo Direct will broadcast in just a few hours with new information on upcoming games for Nintendo Switch and 3DS. The presentation will focus mainly on Splatoon 2 and ARMS, two of the biggest upcoming Switch titles, but we're sure to get some information on a few other games. You can tune in right here to watch the Direct at 3:00 PM Pacific Time (or 6:00 PM Eastern Standard Time).

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It's time to dust off the old Super Nintendo again, at least if you're a fighting game fan. Foxbat Co. Ltd., a team of developers who formerly worked for SNK, is creating Unholy Night: The Darkness Hunter, a brand new 2D fighting game for none other than the SNES, in the vein of SNK classics such as King of Fighters '98 and Art of Fighting.

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Overwatch is one heck of an online shooter, and it's kept its status high in many gamers' minds through the use of special events, as well as a constant stream of new details on the game's world and lore. Those two aspects are about to collide, judging by a new French trailer that's just been leaked, which shows off a bunch of stuff regarding an upcoming player-vs-AI event titled "Insurrection." Set seven years before the events of Overwatch, the event looks to feature a city under attack by Omnics, as well as a number of new skins and other unlockables for multiple characters.

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Outside of the lead-up to major releases of new Pokémon titles, it's rare for brand new Pokémon to get revealed, but that's exactly what's happened, as the Official Pokémon YouTube channel has just officially unveiled Pokémon #802: Marshadow. Not only will it be showing up in the next Pokémon movie, but it's also coming to Pokémon Sun and Moon at a later date, though we don't yet know for certain exactly how we'll be catching it.

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2016 may have been the twentieth anniversary of the Pokémon franchise, but we're still a few months away from the release of the series' twentieth movie. Titled Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You!, the film appeared to be a retelling of Ash and Pikachu's first adventures—but a new trailer has changed all of that. Featuring brand new characters and several Pokémon from later generations, it looks like this movie will have a number of surprising twists to it.

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Breath of the Wild is a gorgeous, enthralling, and expansive game—and by expansive, I mean huge. While traversing the various ecosystems of Hyrule, one is greeted by beautiful scenery seemingly at every turn. Wouldn't it be great if there was a way to get a full aerial view of it all? YouTube user MrCheeze thought so, and they developed a way of ascending to new heights.

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The opening cutscene for Rare's Donkey Kong 64 was rather unconventional, to say the least. The game opened with the "Donkey Kong Rap," a three-minute-long hip-hop song about the Kongs and their greatness. Because it was so hilariously bizarre, the DK Rap became an instant classic; the iconic "DK! Donkey Kong is here!" motif should be recognizable to any old-school Nintendo fan. Now that so many of the creators behind Donkey Kong 64 are working for Playtonic Games, the company decided to create a "Yooka-Laylee Rap," which parodies the original "Donkey Kong" rap with a whole new cast of characters.

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is now fully playable on the PC in 4K thanks to Cemu, the Wii U emulator that's been in development for a little over a year. Before the latest update, the emulator struggled to run the game at a playable frame rate, and many glitches appeared that weren't present on official hardware. Now, at version 1.7.4, Cemu is able to run the game nearly flawlessly at resolutions not possible on the Nintendo Switch or Wii U. This requires a beefy PC, though, with the video's details showing that the user was using overclocked components.

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