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We're just days away from the theatrical release of Avengers: Infinity War. The Avengers are up against their toughest foe yet, with Thanos aiming to destroy half the universe. We'll all be cheering for the heroes in theaters, but if some small part of you wants to explore the evil side of that conflict, you'll soon have the chance! The mighty villain will soon be joining LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 as a playable character.

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While investigating ten games with loot boxes, The Dutch Gambling Authority has stated that they found four games that violate their Betting and Gaming Act. They also warned game publishers to modify their loot boxes to remove "addiction-sensitive" elements by mid-June and went on to say that "Offering this type of game of chance to Dutch players without a license is prohibited."

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Bandai Namco and Arc System Works have a smash hit on their hands with Dragon Ball FighterZ, and it's still getting better. Following the roll-out of Bardock and Broly as the game's first DLC characters, another newcomer has been teased for the fight. This time, it's a major villain from the recently-finished (at least for a little while) Dragon Ball Super series.

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We're just under two months away from E3 2018, and the E3 press conference schedule is starting to come together. While we still don't have any plans from Sony or Nintendo (other than their Smash Bros. tournament), we now know when Ubisoft's conference will be held. Ubisoft's E3 2018 press conference will be held on June 11th at 1:00 PM PST (4:00 PM EST); fans will likely learn more about previously-announced titles like Beyond Good & Evil 2, Skull and Bones, and The Crew 2, as well as new announcements and more.

Last week, SEGA announced that the Dreamcast classic Shenmue and its sequel, Shenmue II, would be getting "definitive edition" rereleases on PS4, Xbox One, and PC later this year. While they laid out a bunch of new and improved features for the games, SEGA did not reveal crucial detail about the ports until now: the price. According to a video from YouTuber Adam Koralik, who played the games recently in Japan, the rerelease bundle will cost players $30, with global versions of the game featuring similar pricing in local currencies.

Capcom is bringing the entire Mega Man X series to modern platforms in July in the form of the Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1+2 pack. The bundle includes all eight games with updates and enhancements, plus a ton of new content. The first of the two collections was recently featured on Capcom TV, giving us a good look at the menu, the extra content contained in the Museum, and the new X Challenge boss mode.

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Indie team Yacht Club Games has a huge hit on their hands with Shovel Knight, totaling over 2 million copies sold. They've kept fans hooked on the retro platformer with two expansion packs since launch, and a third is on the way. Unfortunately, fans are going to have to wait a little longer than they expected to get their hands on the King of Cards expansion.

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Brendan 'PlayerUnknown' Greene, the creator of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), recently revealed that he wants to support the game for 20 years, saying, "We want to do this for the next 20 years. We want to build out a platform for game modes and possible esports. We're committed to supporting this game for a long time." As evidence of this continued support, he also detailed maps which are coming out later this year, and the devs are currently hosting betas to test the new "Savage" map, the second round of which begins today.

All that sounds fine, but I have my concerns when a developer announces they want to support one game for a long time. Does a 20-year plan make sense for PUBG? Head inside to join the discussion.

Last month, Activision officially confirmed rumblings that their next big shooter would be Call of Duty: Black Ops 4. The full reveal is slated for one month from today, but two juicy rumors have surfaced ahead of time, potentially revealing a major shift for the series. According to two different sources, Black Ops 4 will lack a traditional single-player campaign. And it just might be replaced by a Battle Royale mode.

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Sonic fans are looking forward to diving right back into the mania once Sonic Mania Plus drops this summer. Expanding on the original release of the highest rated Sonic game in well over a decade, the Sonic Mania expansion is set to bring new modes and playable characters in the form of the returning Mighty and Ray.

However, looks like some fans have gotten into some of the fun early as a substantial Sonic Mania update dropped for PlayStation 4 earlier today. The update has since been pulled from the server, but not without some fans already looking into what's changed.

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Square Enix has been hard at work on Kingdom Hearts III for what feels like an eternity, and the long-awaited game is finally expected to launch later this year. A new trailer just dropped, showing off a small, but thoughtful, touch that will add some extra fun to the game. Kingdom Hearts III will feature mini-games styled after classic LCD handhelds and starring Disney characters like Mickey and Minnie Mouse.

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Back in June 2016, Electronic Arts announced a new indie program called EA Originals, a program that would give indie developers a chance to show off their games while also getting some help publishing the game from EA. On March 23, 2018, Hazelight Studios released their own EA Original, a story-driven co-op game A Way Out.

Now, Hazelight Studios has announced that A Way Out had sold over 1 million copies in just over two weeks, exceeding their expectations as well as EA's. Should EA give more games like this a better chance? Head inside to read the full story.

Oft rumored, long wanted, and once thought impossible, the promised time has finally come to pass. What's long been considered as the highest requested rerelease for SEGA diehards finally came to light at SEGA Fes last night, being the "HUGE" announcement the publisher has been teasing via their international social media channels.

The Dreamcast classic Shenmue and its sequel are being brought to the Xbox One, PS4, and PC, and the single package duology will be released later this year. Check out the reveal trailer after the jump!

My Hero Academia is back! The hit anime has returned for a third season, but that's not the only exciting development for the series. Bandai Namco is hard at work on a video game adaptation of My Hero Academia, and it's coming out later this year. An extensive new trailer dropped today, giving us a two minute look at our favorite heroes, destructible environments, and the new sidekick system.

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Yacht Club Games passed a rather large milestone for any indie developer recently, surpassing 2 million total sales with their hit game Shovel Knight. The developers have provided data that shows which platform the game sold the most on and what region it was most popular in.

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