Artist Imagines What A Zelda: Ocarina Of Time Movie Trailer From Studio Ghibli Might Look Like

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Artist Imagines What A Zelda: Ocarina Of Time Movie Trailer From Studio Ghibli Might Look Like

Back in 2015, artist Matt Vince put together a series faux movie posters imagining a Studio Ghibli take on The Legend of Zelda. Vince took things a step forward recently, by creating a trailer for his Ghibli Zelda movie.

You can check out the video below which marries Vince's art with a solemn, piano rendition of some familiar Zelda music. Its resemblance to a Ghibil movie, (Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke) really is uncanny. Zelda is a franchise I don't know that I ever actually want to see adapted into a film, but if it were to be done, I think I would be happy if it looked like this.

For more from Vince, you can check out his Tumblr page here.

Development Officially Ceases On The Fan Developed Pokémon Uranium

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Development Officially Ceases On The Fan Developed Pokémon Uranium

Pokémon Uranium, an unofficial Pokémon project created by a team of fans, has officially ceased development.

The game was in development for nearly a decade, and was officially released last month. Shortly after its release, however, the creators pulled the game down after a number of sites that were hosting the game received takedown notices from Nintendo. Today the Pokémon Uranium team took it a step further and announced it would totally be ceasing development on the game.

We will no longer be providing updates or support for Pokémon Uranium.Thank you all for playing. pic.twitter.com/tumjOEMVDe

Development Officially Ceases On The Fan Created Pokémon Uranium

about X hours ago from
Development Officially Ceases On The Fan Created Pokémon Uranium

Pokémon Uranium, an unofficial Pokémon project created by a team of fans, has officially ceased development.

The game was in development for nearly a decade, and was officially released last month. Shortly after its release, however, the creators pulled the game down after a number of sites that were hosting the game received takedown notices from Nintendo. Updates were still being issued for the game, however, for those who grabbed it in time. Today the Pokémon Uranium team took it a step further and announced it would totally be ceasing development on the game.

We will no longer be providing updates or support for Pokémon Uranium.Thank you all for playing. pic.twitter.com/tumjOEMVDe

Super Mario Maker For 3DS Doesn't Have 3D Support

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Super Mario Maker For 3DS Doesn't Have 3D Support

Box art featured on the Canadian EB Games (Disclosure: GameStop is Game Informer’s parent company) website for the 3DS version of Super Mario Maker appears to confirm that the handheld title does not include 3D functionality.

[Source: EB Games]

Our TakeI'm not sure who would consider this a dealbreaker in any fashion. I tend to use the 3D feature on the 3DS for about 10 minutes each title before the gimmick gets old and I just want to play the game. This won't influence my decision on whether or not to pick up Super Mario Maker 3DS, and I'm fairly certain it won't influence anyone else either.

Bandai Namco Announces Flashy Action/RPG Dragon Ball Fusions

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Bandai Namco Announces Flashy Action/RPG Dragon Ball Fusions

Today Bandai Namco announced a new Dragon Ball game for Nintendo 3DS called Dragon Ball Fusions.  

In the action/RPG, you create your own avatar and recruit a team of popular Dragon Ball characters to take into battle. In addition, you can fuse Dragon Ball characters together for better combatants. Part of the lure is seeing the cool powers you obtain my combining your favorite characters. The rock-paper-scissors battle system has you performing flashy moves in real-time. You can even fly to a floating island!

Fans don't have to wait that long to play it. Dragon Ball Fusions launches on December 16.

Killer Instinct's Definitive Edition And Its Free Shadow Lord Campaign Out Today

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Killer Instinct's Definitive Edition And Its Free Shadow Lord Campaign Out Today

Killer Instinct, which has been continuously updated since its launch alongside the Xbox One three years ago, got a whole bunch of goodies today, including a free campaign.

Definitive Edition is a retail version of the game that includes the content from of all three of the game's seasons, covering 26 fighters, 20 stages, and a whole bunch of other bonuses. The mode pits players against, “the dreaded overlord Gargos." The mode, which is free to all Killer Instinct players, is team-based and involves collecting loot and guardians, which gives you assorted bonuses. On Xbox’s blog announcing the new content, Killer Instinct community manager Rukari Austin boldly proclaims that it is, “completely unique from any other fighting game.”

You can check out a trailer for the mode below. For more on Killer Instinct, head here.