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Ace Attorney has had quite the presence on the Nintendo 3DS, what with remakes of older titles and brand new games including Spirit of Justice and a crossover with Professor Layton. With a new trailer, Capcom has announced that Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney will be coming to the Nintendo 3DS this November, roughly ten years after its original release on the Nintendo DS.

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Nintendo Switch owners have been able to share screenshots of gameplay fairly easily this year with the capture button located on the left Joy-Con. With the most recent update (version 4.0.0 for the system), Switch players can now save and share up to thirty seconds of in-game video to Facebook and Twitter.

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Some people may have been worried at first, but it looks like Mario Party: The Top 100 is going to be more fleshed out than they originally thought. We know more of what to expect thanks to a new trailer detailing some of the game modes and Amiibo functionality. The game has more than just minigames, but the pack of 100 certainly seems to be the highlight: the glue that will likely hold this package together for some Nintendo 3DS gamers.

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Media juggernaut IGN has recently acquired Humble Bundle, known as a place at which consumers of books and games can pay what they want for their products. Humble Bundle also notably supports charitable causes, and according to the CEO, the interworkings of Humble Bundle will remain intact even with IGN in a position of ownership.

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We have known for a while now that Miiverse is about to shut down this upcoming November. What with some dedicated fans trying to save the platform by archiving all of its posts, Wii U and Nintendo 3DS owners have reacted differently to the impending closure of the social media app. Some of Nintendo's most notable developers have even posted artwork bidding farewell to this unique, yet perhaps underutilized, platform.

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Cuphead is one of the more unique games on the Xbox One and PC; we reviewed it ourselves and relished the soul-hardening experience. It seems others have too, or they have at least jumped on the bandwagon of 1930s visual splendor and rapid gunfire, because Cuphead has sold over one million copies within a month of release.

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DOOM made a bloody splash when it released last year, and after news broke in the recent Nintendo Direct, we found out that the Bethesda-published game will be coming to the Nintendo Switch. Now we have a concrete release date: November 10th. It fits the holiday season release window after all and should add some mature demon-shooting action to Switch-owners' homes.

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Z-Moves are all the rage these days. In Pokémon Sun and Moon, different types and sometimes certain Pokémon had their very own Z-Moves. Now, it seems as if one of the most popular Generation VII additions—trickster Pokémon Mimikyu—will be getting is own Z-Move in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.

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Kirby has been a busy guy of late. Gamers might be more excited about his Switch debut in Kirby Star Allies in 2018, but the pink puffball still has another Nintendo 3DS title to deliver later this year with Kirby Battle Royale. A recent overview trailer was released by Nintendo, detailing the various minigames, game modes, and copy abilities that can be found in the game.

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Of the Big 3 in the video game console market, Nintendo is obviously the most family-friendly provider around. That being said, it does not mean the Big N is liable to shy away from games for older audiences. More violence and suggestive content could be on its way to the Nintendo Switch soon, according to multiple developers quoted in The Wall Street Jounral.

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More news has finally surfaced about the upcoming Detective Pikachu movie. While it is still odd that the game itself remains a Japanese-only release, the property has still gotten fans excited. It has also gotten a director and script writers pumped enough to tackle the ambitious live-action film adaptation. Filming will begin in London in January of next year.

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The Pokémon Company has been releasing videos detailing the new features for Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon for a while now. With the games' releases about a month away, Z-Moves for the legendaries Solgaleo and Lunala have been revealed along with new functionality for the trainer's Rotom Pokédex.

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Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle has been out for a while now, and for the most part, people seem to be enjoying it. The game is certainly unique. For some, that uniqueness provided enough fun for them to buy a season pass. The pass consists of two packs, the first of which is scheduled to come out tomorrow, October 17th, although some regions are now reporting that it's gone live a day early.

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Games Done Quick (GDQ) events have been famous for pitting speedrunners against some great games, all in the name of charity. Due to its nature as a favorite of many speedrunners, Super Metroid has often been featured in GDQ events, sometimes as the final game to be played. For the upcoming Awesome Games Done Quick (AGDQ) event, however, the classic SNES title is not going to make an appearance at all, something many gamers have vented frustrations about since the official game list for AGDQ 2018 was released.

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Hackers quickly went to work adding more games to the NES Classic when it released last year, and things are no different in that regard for the recently released SNES Classic. Using the same method of adding games, hackers have figured out how to load more SNES titles to its Classic Edition. While the SNES Classic may already be equipped to play the previously unreleased Star Fox 2 and twenty more classic gems, the system can hold even more of your favorites if you are willing to take the risk.

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