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Have you heard the news, Sonic fans? Sonic Mania is finally getting a physical release! The retail version, dubbed Sonic Mania Plus, comes packed with physical collectibles as well as extra in-game content. If you already bought the game digitally, you'll be able to pick up the extra content as DLC. If you plan to pick up Sonic Mania Plus, you can get your preorder in now.

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Bardock died a warrior's death (or just got sent back in time, depending on your canon) when he dared to challenge Frieza, but soon he'll be able to have his revenge. Bardock and Broly are the first two DLC characters slated to hit Dragon Ball FighterZ, with eight planned in total. Bandai Namco Entertainment released a new trailer today, showing off Goku's dad in a grudge match with Frieza, and they also revealed the release date for Bardock and Broly.

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The popular anime My Hero Academia is gearing up for this third season next month, and sometime later this year it's also getting a video game adaptation. The upcoming game is titled My Hero Academia: One's Justice, and ten playable characters have been revealed so far, including the recently-announced fighters Tsuyu Asui, Momo Yaoyorozu, and Denki Kaminari. Bandai Namco just released a gallery of screenshots highlighting these new fighters.

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The Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing series served as enjoyable racing games that would distract you long enough if you ever got sick of playing Mario Kart. Unfortunately, that's all they can be: a distraction. When you're looking for a great party game to play with your friends, the All-Star Racing games are rarely likely to be brought up. They suffer from slippery controls, questionable game mechanics, and a poor online structure.

Fortunately, SEGA has a chance to make up for all this, as they recently announced a brand new Sonic racing game. The company has confirmed it won't be a sequel to any games they've released, so this is their chance to start over from scratch. But for SEGA to even dream of competing with the big dogs like Mario Kart, there are a few things they'll need to work on.

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E3, the biggest gaming event of the year, is just under three months away. Developers, journalists, and now fans alike flock to it each year for big reveals, announcements, and largely, a celebration of video games. Massive companies such as Nintendo, Sony, Bethesda, EA, and Ubisoft routinely make use of the event for extravagant, flashy press conferences. However, it looks like Microsoft has different plans for their big show in 2018.

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Star Wars Battlefront 2's loot box-based progression system has been controversial since before the game's launch, with many claiming that they limited progression and made the game a "pay-to-win" experience. EA quickly moved to fix this by removing the ability to purchase them with real-world currency, which left the progression system reliant on loot boxes unlocked through level-ups and did not fix the underlying problem. In a new update to the game coming on March 21st, EA will be taking further steps to fix the issue by removing Star Cards from loot boxes entirely.

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SEGA is currently holding a livestreamed panel for Sonic at SXSW, and they just dropped some big gaming news! Last year's new 2D entry in the franchise, Sonic Mania, has been a smash hit even though it's only available as a digital download. That's finally changing this Summer, as SEGA has just announced Sonic Mania Plus, a physical release of Sonic Mania with extra content.

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Late last year, Bandai Namco announced a video game adaptation of My Hero Academia. The upcoming fighter, subtitled One's Justice, was initially revealed for worldwide release on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, but it has since been confirmed for Xbox One and PC in North America and Europe as well. Bandai shared another update today, this time unveiling three new playable characters.

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Since its launch in early 2016, Stardew Valley has been a smash hit. The charming farming sim has sold over 3.5 million copies, and soon all of those players will be able to connect with each other for even more fun. Developer Eric Barone first teased a multiplayer mode two years ago, and he later announced official plans with a tentative launch window of early 2018. Thanks to a recent Twitter update, we know that it's progressing nicely.

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Rare was one of the biggest names in gaming back in the '90s, pumping out hits like Banjo-Kazooie and Conker's Bad Fur Day on Nintendo 64. The once-popular developer has slipped into relative obscurity in the years since their acquisition by Microsoft, but they're ready to make a big splash once again. Their upcoming pirate adventure, Sea of Thieves, launches in just five days, and they've prepared a video to tell you everything you need to know.

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Crystal Dynamic's Tomb Raider origin story is coming to an end this year with its third entry, the long rumored Shadow of the Tomb Raider, a game we know very little about so far. We've finally been given some answers today, with the game's official website seemingly leaving important information hidden deep within its code, including confirmation of the game's title, multiplatform status, and even the release date!

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Capcom recently announced that Monster Hunter: World is already their highest-selling game ever after just over one month on the market. Over 7 million players have already joined in on the fun, and it's about to get even better. Capcom revealed back in December that Monster Hunter: World would receive an update allowing you to dress your Palico as Mega Man, and today we received more news on that front.

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If you've ever wanted to create and run your own Jurassic Park (with considerably less danger than the real thing), then Jurassic World Evolution is the game for you. But you don't have to take my word for it. Instead, why don't you let Jeff Goldblum pitch it to you? Goldblum, who will reprise his role as Dr. Ian Malcolm throughout the game, explains why Jurassic World Evolution gets "ten Goldblums out of a possible ten Goldblums" in the game's newest trailer.

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Dragon Ball FighterZ launched to critical acclaim earlier this year, and the top-rated Dragon Ball game of all time is only going to get better going forward. Developer Arc System Works is planning eight additional characters as DLC, and last month the first two were revealed as Bardock, father of Goku, and the Legendary Super Saiyan Broly. Publisher Bandai Namco has just released a trailer showcasing Broly's Legendary power ahead of his release.

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Naughty Dog's Crash Bandicoot made a big comeback last Summer with the launch of the N. Sane Trilogy on PlayStation 4. As we learned during yesterday's Nintendo Direct, this trio of classic PlayStation games is also coming to Nintendo Switch in July, but the fun doesn't stop there. In a new blog post, publisher Activision has revealed that Crash is also headed to Xbox One and PC as well.

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