Young Souls Is A New Co-op Beat 'Em Up From The Arcade Crew

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Young Souls Is A New Co-op Beat 'Em Up From The Arcade Crew

Paris studio The Arcade Crew has unveiled a new cooperative, narrative-driven dungeon delver in the form of Young Souls. The game follows teenagers Tristan and Jenn as they navigate a portal from another world filled with goblins and various other baddies. 

The game looks like it will have a varied and complex loot system, in-depth customization, and challenging combo-based combat. It features dynamic drop-in co-op and gorgeous art. The narrative is written by Matthew Ritter (The Walking Dead game) and is described as The Goonies meets Stranger Things

The reveal trailer, which you can see below alongside screenshots, showcases the combat, customization, story, and unique visuals. So far no systems or a release window have been announced.

Nintendo Details New Pokémon Appearing In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

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Nintendo Details New Pokémon Appearing In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Today's Nintendo Direct brought an avalanche of new Super Smash Bros. information. From stages to Assist Trophies and even the soundtrack, we learned a lot about what to expect in the biggest entry in the series to date. Nintendo also showed off 10 new Pokémon you can get from the Poké Ball item during battles.

You can learn all about the newest additions to one of the series' most popular items below.

 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate launches on Nintendo Switch on December 7.

Nintendo Details New Pokémon Appearing In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

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Nintendo Details New Pokémon Appearing In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Today's Nintendo Direct brought an avalanche of new Super Smash Bros. information. From stages to Assist Trophies and even the soundtrack, we learned a lot about what to expect in the biggest entry in the series to date. Nintendo also showed off 10 new Pokémon you can get from the Poké Ball item during battles.

You can learn all about the newest additions to one of the series' most popular items below.

 Super Smash Bros. Ultimate launches on Nintendo Switch on December 7.

Power Rangers Movie Sequel Incoming

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Power Rangers Movie Sequel Incoming

Hasbro announced plans to develop a sequel to 2017's Power Rangers movie. The company acquired the Power Rangers license from Saban Brands earlier this year as part of a $522 million deal.

Hasbro also acquired Saban's My Pet Monster, Luna Petunia, Popples, and Julius Jr. products, so perhaps we'll see a movie from one of those legendary franchises in the future.

For more Power Rangers, check out Replay – The Power Rangers Spectacular.

God of War: New Game+ Hits Later This Month

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God of War: New Game+ Hits Later This Month

At this past E3, Sony announced that God of War fans will have a new reason to dive back into the game with New Game+ on the way. Now we're finally getting a release date and discovering what it entails. 

In just a few short weeks – August 20 to be exact – a free update will hit, allowing players the chance to get new armor, battle more difficult foes, and skip cinematics. A new resource called 'Skag Slag' allows you to craft and upgrade your gear to a new rarity level, giving you the opportunity to make the absolute best gear. 

To participate in New Game+, you must have completed the game already.

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We already knew that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is going all in with the characters and stages included. While we knew Nintendo was having fun with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's soundtrack since the reveal at E3 this year, series director Masahiro Sakurai dropped a ton of new information during today's Nintendo Direct.

Sakurai stated there are more than 800 tracks on the soundtrack, but if you include menu music and fanfare, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate features more than 900 compositions. Sakurai also claimed that you if played all the music in Ultimate back to back, it would take 28 hours to get through all of it.

Like the Wii U and 3DS versions, you can select the tracks you want to play on each stage, and how frequently you want to hear them. However, this time around, you can select any tracks from the series, rather than the tracks for that particular game. This means that if you want to hear Wind Waker tracks on the Breath of the Wild stage, you can do that.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's Soundtrack Features More Than 800 Tracks

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Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's Soundtrack Features More Than 800 Tracks

We already knew that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is going all in with the characters and stages included. While we knew Nintendo was having fun with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's soundtrack since the reveal at E3 this year, series director Masahiro Sakurai dropped a ton of new information during today's Nintendo Direct.

Sakurai stated there are more than 800 tracks on the soundtrack, but if you include menu music and fanfare, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate features more than 900 compositions. Sakurai also claimed that you if played all the music in Ultimate back to back, it would take 28 hours to get through all of it.

Like the Wii U and 3DS versions, you can select the tracks you want to play on each stage, and how frequently you want to hear them. However, this time around, you can select any tracks from the series, rather than the tracks for that particular game. This means that if you want to hear Wind Waker tracks on the Breath of the Wild stage, you can do that.

Amiibos For Simon And Richter Belmont, King K. Rool, Chrom, And Dark Samus Are In The Works

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Amiibos For Simon And Richter Belmont, King K. Rool, Chrom, And Dark Samus Are In The Works

Alongside announcing five new fighters for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate this morning, Nintendo also quietly confirmed, by way of its European twitter account, that Amiibo figures for all of those fighters are happening at some point.

Super #SmashBros Collection #amiibo of the five newly announced Super Smash Bros. Ultimate fighters – Simon Belmont, Richter Belmont, King K. Rool, Chrom and Dark Samus – will be released in the future!

We don't know exactly what they will look like, but it's a safe bet that they will use the poses seen in the image above. For lots more on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, head here for everything revealed during its Direct presentation this morning.

Amiibos For Simon And Richter Belmont, King K. Rool, Chrom, And Dark Samus Are In The Works

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Amiibos For Simon And Richter Belmont, King K. Rool, Chrom, And Dark Samus Are In The Works

Alongside announcing five new fighters for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate this morning, Nintendo also quietly confirmed, by way of its European twitter account, that Amiibo figures for all of those fighters are happening at some point.

Super #SmashBros Collection #amiibo of the five newly announced Super Smash Bros. Ultimate fighters – Simon Belmont, Richter Belmont, King K. Rool, Chrom and Dark Samus – will be released in the future!

We don't know exactly what they will look like, but it's a safe bet that they will use the poses seen in the image above. For lots more on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, head here for everything revealed during its Direct presentation this morning.

Check Out A High Resolution Version Of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's Panoramic Character Illustration

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Check Out A High Resolution Version Of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's Panoramic Character Illustration

During today's Nintendo Direct, we learned of several new fighters coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. With that news coming out, Nintendo displayed a huge, panoramic character illustration showcasing the massive roster of fighters in the crossover title.

It only flashed on the screen for a few moments after it was updated with the additions of Chrom, Dark Samus, Simon Belmont, Richter Belmont, and King K. Rool, and even when it was on screen, it wasn't in very high resolution.

If you'd like to see a high resolution version of that screen, click the image below.