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Free games, free games; where for art thou, free games? They're here in our contest, and this time with collectible card game Mad Crown for Steam.

What do you get when you mix an RPG, collectible cards, skill progression, dieselpunk aesthetics, monsters, dungeons, roguelike elements, and turn-based fighting? A run-on sentence, for starters. Also, you get Mad Crown, which celebrates its graduation out of Early Access this week.

To celebrate, developer S-Game is giving out 15 copies of the full game for you to dive into. Lucky you!

Hold it! If you're an Ace Attorney fan, Capcom has some exciting news. Announced earlier at Tokyo Game Show 2018, the original Ace Attorney trilogy is coming to a PC or console near you!

The trilogy includes Ace Attorney, Justice for All, and Trials and Tribulations, and will be updated with higher resolution graphics, more save slots, and a helpful check feature during investigations. The Ace Attorney trilogy will be available on Steam, PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox One when it launches early next year.

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Devil May Cry is back in a big way! Following months of rumors, Capcom officially unveiled the next entry in the hack-and-slash franchise at this year's E3. Two months later we got another trailer and Capcom revealed that Dante's next adventure would drop on March 8th, 2019. With Tokyo Game Show in full swing, Capcom's back with two more trailers today, including a look at a crossover with another of their popular franchises.

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The launch of Mega Man 11 is just around the corner, and Capcom is cranking up the hype. As part of their Tokyo Game Show lineup, they've just dropped two new trailers for the upcoming action-platformer. The first is an English trailer that introduces a new robot master named Tundra Man, while the latter is a much more extensive Japanese trailer that introduces the final villain, Acid Man, and gives us a good look at both of their stages and more.

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Capcom is just four months away from revitalizing one of their all-time greats for a modern audience. Resident Evil 2 will soon rise again, recreated in Resident Evil VII's RE Engine and featuring retooled gameplay, controls, and camera options. With Tokyo Game Show 2018 in full swing in Japan, Capcom has just dropped a new story trailer for the game, and you won't want to miss it!

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For too long there has been an injustice in the world of Dragon Ball FighterZ. The critically acclaimed anime-to-fighting-game adaptation has a star-studded cast of fantastic characters, but thus far a fan-favorite has been relegated to a supporting role. That's changing soon. Thanks to the latest issue of V-Jump in Japan, we now have official confirmation that Android 17 is on the way to FighterZ as a standalone character.

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Alright, folks, listen up—we've got 250 keys to give away for the Naval Beta in War Thunder. Whether you're just a cadet or a five-star general, you can get in on the closed beta going on now through October. Get your key before they're gone! Head inside the article to find out how you can join the fight!

Over the past year, there has been a massive controversy surrounding the existence of randomized loot boxes in video games. Whether or not loot boxes should be classified as gambling has been a hotly disputed topic, and in recent months certain types of loot boxes were made illegal in the Netherlands and Belgium. EA has decided this law doesn't apply to them.

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The Mario Kart franchise maintains a diverse and fun lineup of tracks by continually adding new ones based the latest Mario (and general Nintendo) games. Critically acclaimed Switch hit Super Mario Odyssey has no shortage of wonderful worlds to choose from, but it came out after Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, so it hasn't yet been represented. That's where the fans come in.

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While The Settlers—as a series of strategy games that originated in the '90s—never reached the critical acclamation of Warcraft or Heroes of Might and Magic, it remains dear to many gamers. At this year's Gamescom, the story about starting your own medieval colony and fighting other settlers returned, as Ubisoft announced not one but two games: The History Collection, which includes the first seven Settlers games, and a brand new game that reboots the franchise. Gamnesia recently had a chance to talk to Volker Wertich, the man behind the series and Creative Director for the upcoming reboot, about the past and future of Settlers.

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Mass Effect Andromeda launched to lukewarm reviews last year, but BioWare is hoping to bounce back strong with a new IP. BioWare has been hard at work on Anthem since 2012, and it finally launches next February. If you're a little hesitant about buying into the hype after Andromeda, we've got some good news. You may have a chance to try it out before you buy.

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As the ever-lucrative holiday season approaches, video game publishers are faced with the tough task of finding the optimal time to launch their games during a crowded window. We've seen numerous games delayed out of 2018 altogether to avoid congestion, and there may still be more schedule shuffling to come. EA is the latest company to change plans for a major release, opting to delay Battlefield V.

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My Hero: One's Justice launched in Japan last week, and it'll be heading to North America and Europe in less than two months. The anime-adapted 3D fighter features a diverse roster of over 20 heroes and villains, each with their own unique fighting style. In the case of Izuku Midoriya, better known as Deku, that's soon to be two unique fighting styles.

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During this year's E3 I went hands-on with a point-and-click adventure called 3 Minutes to Midnight, and I came away quite impressed. We later named it our Best Indie Game of E3 2018, and we've been looking forward to seeing more of it since. That wish was granted today, as developer Scarecrow Studio released a new trailer that highlights some of the crazy characters, diverse environments, and mysterious happenings in a once-quiet New Mexico town.

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Yacht Club Games just keeps the content coming! Indie sensation Shovel Knight has received numerous updates and expansions since its debut four years ago, but the fun isn't done yet. This past weekend, the development team teased that an all-new game is headed to Treasure Trove, and today we have the big reveal! The next big thing headed to the game is Shovel Knight Showdown, and you can get your first look by clicking below!