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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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YouTuber CryZENx has made quite a name for himself over the past few years with his retro game remakes. He's got a knack for taking iconic moments and locations from classic games and beautifully recreating them in Unreal Engine 4, and his favorite game to tackle is The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. After making considerable progress on remaking the game in its entirety, CryZENx has just released a playable demo.

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Dragon Quest XI finally made its way outside of Japan earlier this year, but development on the Nintendo Switch version of the game started later than other platforms. As such, it's been a bit of a wait for Nintendo fans, but developer Square Enix recently released a new trailer with the promise of a 2019 launch. Additionally, the trailer shows off the game's Japanese voice acting, which is a first for the series.

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In one month and five days, Capcom will launch the new and improved Resident Evil 2, reviving the survival-horror classic for a whole new generation. With vastly overhauled graphics and controls, revised story elements, and new areas to explore, it's sure to be a fresh adventure. Ahead of its release, Capcom has been trickling out new gameplay videos, and today we have one showing off Ada Wong and a confrontation with Annette Birkin.

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Junichi Masuda has been involved with the Pokémon franchise since the very beginning, so if anyone should be familiar with its various creatures, it's him. With all of that experience behind him, just how well can he recall and recreate details about their designs? In a new video from Game Freak Masuda competes with Kensaku Nabana, a field designer and modeler on Pokémon: Let's Go, to draw Pokémon from memory in just 30 seconds.

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2018 is coming to a close real soon, but not without a Christmas miracle from the team behind Sonic Mania Adventures! The animated miniseries tie-in for Sonic Mania Plus wrapped up back in July, with Part 5 ending with a climactic showdown between Team Sonic and Doctor Eggman for the Master Emerald. Once again, it's back to the drawing board for the nefarious Doctor after suffering yet another humiliating loss to his blue nemesis, so who is left to turn things around for him this holiday season?

Tune in to Part 6 of Neko Productions' Sonic Mania Adventures, "From A. Rose," after the jump!

Happy holidays, everyone! In celebration of the holiday season, we have a very special episode of Switched On! this week. We've been regularly rotating guests on the podcast to introduce you to a variety of Gamnesia staff members, but for this episode, we decided it would be fun to bring back some familiar voices. Longtime listeners know that before Switched On! we had a podcast called Nintendo Week for a few years, and we're excited to announce that this episode is a Nintendo Week reunion! Join the old crew of Ben Lamoreux, Colin McIsaac, and Alex Plant as we break down all of the latest exciting Nintendo news and share our thoughts on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate!

Isabelle seems to be a bit glitch-friendly in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. A few days ago, we covered a glitch that causes the game to crash when Isabelle and Villager play catch. Now, an even more intense bug has been found, one which can be easily replicated in Smash Bros. And this one lets players summon infinite Waluigis.

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With the release of Kingdom Hearts III finally just a month away, developer Square Enix is cranking up the hype! We were promised three new promotional videos for the month of December, and Square Enix is not disappointing. Last week, they shared the game's opening movie trailer, and today (one day ahead of schedule, for some reason) they've released a four-minute-long "Final Battle" trailer.

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate recently launched on Nintendo Switch, and now millions of players around the globe are pummeling each other senseless as their favorite Nintendo characters. With countless combinations of character attacks happening every hour, glitches that the QA team didn't catch are bound to show up, and a pretty big one has just been found in Smash Ultimate. As it turns out, you can break the game by playing catch.

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Super Smash Bros. has evolved considerably since its debut on Nintendo 64. From Melee to Brawl to making the leap to HD on Wii U, Nintendo's popular fighting game continues to look better and better, and the freshly-launched Switch iteration is the best yet. Digital Foundry just completed a deep dive into the graphics and performance of Smash Ultimate, and they've put together a fantastic comparison between it and the 3DS and Wii U iterations.

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Survival games are all the rage these days, and Ark: Survival Evolved is one of the more popular ones, with over 5 million copies sold. The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One ports of the game don't run nearly as well as the PC version, but that didn't stop Studio Wildcard from porting it to the less powerful Nintendo Switch as well. It probably should have.

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We're just over a month away from the launch of Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, and director Suda51 is planning to drop some huge news next week. You won't have to wait that long for your next update on the game, though, because today we got some news and a new trailer! The new footage shows off the Electric Thunder Tiger II game Travis will be fighting his way through.

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