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Nintendo revealed a lot of new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate details thins morning. Here is the fuill round-up of what we learned.

For more on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, you can read an interview with Nintendo about the game here.

New Trailer Shows Off Combo Moves In Team Sonic Racing

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New Trailer Shows Off Combo Moves In Team Sonic Racing

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed is one of the most respected 3D Sonic games. With creative maps and tight kart controls, developer Sumo Digital delivered an unlikely success for a much-maligned franchise. A new trailer for the follow-up title, Team Sonic Racing, shows that the developer isn't content to just make more of the same. 

Team Sonic Racing, as the name suggests, wants players to cooperate with each other so everyone ends up placing well at the finish line. Points are accumulated by the team as a whole, so simply coming in first isn't an assurance of victory. 

A new trailer for the game shows off a number of power-ups and mechanics designed to encourage this sort of team play. Players can give and request items, slingshot around each other, and even smash into each other for a speed boost. Although the kart-racing genre can be formulaic, these additions add a serious layer of strategy to an otherwise reflex-based game. 

New Trailer Shows Off Combo Moves In Team Sonic Racing

about X hours ago from
New Trailer Shows Off Combo Moves In Team Sonic Racing

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed is one of the most respected 3D Sonic games. With creative maps and tight kart controls, developer Sumo Digital delivered an unlikely success for a much-maligned franchise. A new trailer for the follow-up title, Team Sonic Racing, shows that the developer isn't content to just make more of the same. 

Team Sonic Racing, as the name suggests, wants players to cooperate with each other so everyone ends up placing well at the finish line. Points are accumulated by the team as a whole, so simply coming in first isn't an assurance of victory. 

A new trailer for the game shows off a number of power-ups and mechanics designed to encourage this sort of team play. Players can give and request items, slingshot around each other, and even smash into each other for a speed boost. Although the kart-racing genre can be formulaic, these additions add a serious layer of strategy to an otherwise reflex-based game. 

NBA 2K19's First Gameplay Trailer Doesn't Hold Back

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NBA 2K19's First Gameplay Trailer Doesn't Hold Back

NBA 2K19 is looking to bring back some of the skill back to one-on-one encounters, and the new gameplay trailer for the title shows that there's no shortage of talent here.

The standard edition of the game is out on September 11, but if you get the Anniversary edition is available on September 7.

For a full rundown of the title's gameplay, check out these eight big changes, and you can also take a look at Bertz's breakdown of the Franchise modes.

NBA 2K19's First Gameplay Trailer Doesn't Hold Back

about X hours ago from
NBA 2K19's First Gameplay Trailer Doesn't Hold Back

NBA 2K19 is looking to bring back some of the skill back to one-on-one encounters, and the new gameplay trailer for the title shows that there's no shortage of talent here.

The standard edition of the game is out on September 11, but if you get the Anniversary edition is available on September 7.

For a full rundown of the title's gameplay, check out these eight big changes, and you can also take a look at Bertz's breakdown of the Franchise modes.

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Shortly before the Tekken 7 finals at Evo 2018, Bandai Namco released trailers announcing returning Soul vets Astaroth and Seong Mi-na.

The golem Astaroth made his debut in the original Soulcalibur, to which Soulcalibur VI time-travels/reboots itself to, and has appeared in the second, third, and fourth games after. Seong Mi-na predates him by one game, having appeared in Soul Blade, known in the arcades as Soul Edge.

Soulcalibur VI arrives on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 19. The game also features a guest appearance from the White Wolf himself, Geralt of Rivia. You can see us taking him for a spin at E3 right here.

about X hours ago from

Shortly before the Tekken 7 finals at Evo 2018, Bandai Namco released trailers announcing returning Soul vets Astaroth and Seong Mi-na.

The golem Astaroth made his debut in the original Soulcalibur, to which Soulcalibur VI time-travels/reboots itself to, and has appeared in the second, third, and fourth games after. Seong Mi-na predates him by one game, having appeared in Soul Blade, known in the arcades as Soul Edge.

Soulcalibur VI arrives on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 19. The game also features a guest appearance from the White Wolf himself, Geralt of Rivia. You can see us taking him for a spin at E3 right here.

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The ignominious history of Mega Man voice acting is hard to forget. With Mega Man X Collection releasing recently, it's not hard to remember there was a time where Mega Man voice acting was at best bad. Even closer to Mega Man 11 is the eighth Mega Man mainline title, which kept a line flub in the final dialogue and had Dr. Light pronounce the villain name as "Dr. Wawee."

Capcom is getting ahead of those concerns by showing off voice clips of Mega Man 11's voice actors on the game's website. There's no Dr. Wawee to be found here, as Dr. Light speaks in a way that in no way indicates he's hunting wascally wabbits. It also seems like Torchman is some kind of fire...ninja...guy, which is also cool.

Mega Man 11 releases on October 2 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.

about X hours ago from

The ignominious history of Mega Man voice acting is hard to forget. With Mega Man X Collection releasing recently, it's not hard to remember there was a time where Mega Man voice acting was at best bad. Even closer to Mega Man 11 is the eighth Mega Man mainline title, which kept a line flub in the final dialogue and had Dr. Light pronounce the villain name as "Dr. Wawee."

Capcom is getting ahead of those concerns by showing off voice clips of Mega Man 11's voice actors on the game's website. There's no Dr. Wawee to be found here, as Dr. Light speaks in a way that in no way indicates he's hunting wascally wabbits. It also seems like Torchman is some kind of fire...ninja...guy, which is also cool.

Mega Man 11 releases on October 2 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.