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Recently, Nintendo announced that their new Pokémon titles Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu! and Let's Go Eevee! would support a cool new "Poké Ball Plus" Joy-Con that allows the player to simulate catching wild Pokémon in real life. This Poké Ball accessory also unlocks a special legendary Pokémon in the new titles, something Nintendo revealed during this year's E3. There is, however, a catch for those who want to catch 'em all: players cannot catch Mew through any other means.

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Kingdom Hearts III was originally supposed to launch in 2018, until the reveal of a release date also revealed a delay to 2019. In a new interview, Tetsuya Nomura, director of the Kingdom Hearts series, commented on this delay and also explained why we haven't seen the previously-announced Big Hero 6 world yet.

Check out his response below!

DOOM was a smash hit for Bethesda back in 2016, and it's finally time for that story to continue! During their E3 conference tonight, Bethesda announced a sequel called DOOM Eternal with a cinematic trailer. While we didn't get a lot of info, the trailer and some of the teases provided afterwards are certainly exciting!

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Cyberpunk 2077, the long-teased project underway at The Witcher game series developer CD Projekt RED, finally has a trailer. Microsoft premiered it at the very end of their E3 2018 conference. Set in a large, futuristic city said to be both the worst place to live in America and yet also "a city of dreams," the game will seemingly focus on gunplay and hacking.

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Bandai Namco just showed a trailer for Jump Force, a new crossover fighting game featuring many manga properties, like Naruto, Dragon Ball Z, One Piece, and Death Note. In the trailer, we saw a ruined city with crashed ships from various Shonen Jump series, before Naruto appeared on the top of a skyscraper, making clones and sending them running down the side. It then cut to a variety of fight scenes between the characters, such Frieza shooting a death beam across a building.

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Update: Following the end of the Xbox Conference, Amazon opened pre-orders for not only the Xbox One version, but also Switch and PlayStation 4 versions, apparently confirming that the title will release on these platforms as well.

Original: Tales of Vesperia is getting a definitive edition on the Xbox One. Originally released on the Xbox 360 in 2008, and later on the PlayStation 3 in Japan, this remastered version will feature new content that was never brought to the West.

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At the Microsoft E3 conference today, Kingdom Hearts III got a new trailer featuring a new Frozen world, along with Elsa, Olaf, and Anna. The trailer also showed some new, never-before-seen attacks in Sora's repertoire.

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Todd Howard from Bethesda revealed today that Fallout 4 is coming to Xbox GamePass starting today, along with a new trailer for Fallout 76, the prequel to the Fallout series. Set in West Virginia, it is claimed to be over four times the size of Fallout 4.

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Have you ever wanted to see a huge portrait of Waluigi recreated in domino form? If so, have you ever wanted to see a huge portrait of Waluigi in domino form get knocked over? Either way, YouTuber TheDominoKing has you covered.

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Street Fighter fans who are picking up Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection have some new incentive to get it on the Nintendo Switch. Tournament Battle, a mode that can't be found on any other console, is making its way exclusively to the Nintendo Switch. In the spirit of maintaining that arcade feeling, the new title allows players to play a tournament as though they were on actual arcade machines.

See the details after the jump!

A while back, a hacker discovered a hidden NES game, Golf, inside the firmware of the Nintendo Switch, but someone has finally made a way to play it. Judging by the date and methods required to launch the game, it seems as though the inclusion was intended to be a hidden tribute to the former Nintendo president Satoru Iwata, who passed away two years ago.

Check out more details and a link to how to do it yourself below!

Marshadow, a never-before-released mythical Pokémon, is now available to Pokémon Sun and Moon players. Gamers who stop by GameStop by October 23rd can get a code card to unlock this small Fighting and Ghost-type Pokémon in their parties.

Check out Marshadow's moves and more after the jump!

According to an indie developer, Nintendo is working on an achievement system for the Switch. During an AMA on Reddit, the developer Lichthund was asked about rankings for their new game. When answering the question, they accidentally let it slip out that Nintendo was working on achievements.

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Update: The Pokémon Company has released a new trailer for this distribution. Check it out inside!

Original: To commemorate the upcoming Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You!, you can get a special Pikachu in Pokémon Sun and Moon starting today, September 19th. This promotion is different from Pokémon distribution promotions in the past, however, in that there are six different Pikachu available—but you're only allowed to have one.

Check out more details and the promotion schedule below!

Fans are noticing a subtle, yet huge change to the career of Nintendo's iconic mascot, Mario. Since his debut, Mario has officially been a plumber, but Nintendo has changed his character profile to reflect that he officially used to be a plumber.

Check out the full quote from Nintendo's website below!