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Celeste is one of the most impressive and critically acclaimed games of 2018, and it made our list of must-have indies on Switch and must-see speedruns of SGDQ. If you're like us and you just can't get enough of this challenging platformer, you'll be happy to know that developer Matt Thorson (the titular developer behind the Matt Makes Games studio) seems to be hinting at future content.

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Fortnite is one of the most popular games in the world right now, and developer Epic Games is using that status to attract some impressive partners. Earlier this year, Epic teamed up with Disney and the Marvel Cinematic Universe to bring Thanos and the Infinity Gauntlet to the game. Next, they'll be shifting gears from superheroes to sports by partnering with the National Football League.

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In celebration of BlizzCon, the Overwatch team released a brand new short centering around everyone's favorite anachronistic cyborg cowboy, Jesse McCree. Set in the Old West-themed map Route 66, the new short introduces not just one, but two heroes coming to Overwatch in the near future.

Find out who these new heroes are after the jump!

Nintendo has pulled some weird moves before, but this one has to be near the top of the list. To encourage early sales of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Nintendo is offering quite likely the strangest fighter we've ever seen as a bonus. Piranha Plant (yes, that Piranha Plant) is confirmed to be in development as one of Ultimate's first post-launch fighters.

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Today's Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Nintendo Direct (the final one before the game releases) ended with the revelation of an exciting new game mode called "World of Light." Kicked off by an intense cinematic, World of Light sees all the playable fighters (except Kirby) captured by Master Hands, taken to a strange, new land, and transformed into evil versions of themselves. Looks like Kirby's got his work cut out for him!

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on Nintendo Switch lives up to its name by including every single fighter in franchise history. But director Masahiro Sakurai and his hard-working team aren't stopping there! During today's Nintendo Direct, Sakurai confirmed that the roster of over 70 playable characters will continue expanding after launch with paid DLC.

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Nintendo is almost ready to launch a new Smash Bros. game, and this time they're changing things up a bit. Instead of standard trophies, Smash Ultimate is introducing "Spirits" and a new mode to accompany them. These spirits are toy characters who have lost their physical form, and you can unlock them, train them, battle against other spirits, and even send them back to the physical world.

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Though there was a big push for Shadow the Hedgehog and Isaac to become full fighters in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, they will be joining the fight as assist trophies instead. In addition to these beloved characters, many more are coming as well, including Fire Emblem's Tiki, ARMS' Spring Man, Street Fighter's Guile, Fatal Frame's Yuri Kozukata, and many more. In fact, there are 59 assist trophies that can be used within the game!

Check out all of today's Assist Trophy reveals in the video after the jump!

As always, Nintendo is coming out of the gate swinging with today's Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Direct. Announced as the final new challenger, Pokémon Sun and Moon's Incineroar is joining the battle. Featuring powerful throws and attacks based on the Pokémon moveset, Incineroar is strong but loves to showboat a bit. After successful attacks, Incineroar will pose for the audience (though you can cancel it at any time). With Incineroar's reveal, the final roster count stands at 74, barring any potential future DLC.

Nintendo just kicked off the final Nintendo Direct before the launch of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and they wasted no time digging into the big reveals. The presentation opened with the reveal that Ken Masters from Capcom's Street Fighter franchise is joining the cast as a playable character. He'll be an echo fighter of Ryu based primarily on his appearance in Super Street Fighter II Turbo.

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We're just over one month away from the launch of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on Switch, and Nintendo is taking one last chance to accelerate the hype train. As promised earlier in the week, today we're getting a Nintendo Direct dedicated solely to the upcoming fighting game. It'll be a 40-minute presentation packed with the latest Smash news, delivered directly by Smash creator Masahiro Sakurai. 

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Lavender Town, home to a haunted graveyard tower, was one of the most memorable locations in the first generation of Pokémon games. The town's creepy atmosphere and music really made it stand out, and Game Freak is hoping to revive that feeling in Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu and Eevee. Just in time for Halloween, they've released a new trailer that gives us our first look at Lavender Town reborn. Does it live up to expectations?

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The wait is finally over. Sony has officially revealed the full list of games to be re-released on the upcoming PlayStation Classic. The mini plug-and-play was announced with five of 20 titles confirmed: Final Fantasy VII, Jumping Flash, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3, and Wild Arms. The full list has some beloved favorites, while also leaving out a few key PlayStation classics that might leave a few potential buyers scratching their heads.

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Earlier this month, Game Freak dropped a few hints about a second form for the Mythical Pokémon Meltan. An ominous shadow was shown at the very end of Professor Willow's Meltan Research Update. We now know that this shadow was actually Melmetal, Meltan's evolved form.

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A full 18 months have passed since the release of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. In that time, fans have devoted hundreds of hours towards not simply beating the game, but also turning Hyrule's ruins into their own personal playgrounds and learning several new tricks along the way. To this day, people are still discovering new tricks and exploits that keep the game interesting, including this new glitch that allows Link to fly across the map at insane speeds!

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