Smash Bros. Wii U Lets You Pose Your Trophies For Photo-ops

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You'll be able to do more with your unlocked trophies in the Wii U version of Super Smash Bros. than you ever have before.

You will be able to pose your trophies and take photos, mashing up an assortment of characters, like what you see in the image above.

"Zael from The Last Story grabs some Superspicy Curry from Master Hand. 'No…! You mustn't let that curry lure you in…!!'" writes game director Masuhiro Sakurai on the Miiverse. He continues saying, "In the Wii U version, you can take photos of dream collaborations and funny situations with your trophies in the Photo Studio."

Surgeon Simulator Creators Announce I Am Bread

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Surgeon Simulator Creators Announce I Am Bread

Bossa Studios, the folks behind Surgeon Simulator have announced their next, bizarre, physics-focused game: I am bread.

It looks like a strange cross between Mount Your Friends, Octodad, and Katamari Damacy. You play as a piece of bread with obtuse mobility and a desire to explore.

You can check out the trailer below. Unfortunately, a release date and platforms have not yet been revealed.

Backers Vote For English Voice Acting In Mighty No. 9, Mighty No. 0 DLC Teased

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After a taking a vote from backers and fans, Keiji Inafune's Mega Man spiritual successor will feature English voice acting.

The majority of Mighty No. 9's backers are English speakers, but after 20,000 votes were cast, the difference those preferring English to Japanese was apparently only about 1,000 votes.

Along with the voice acting decision, Comcept also shared a teaser trailer which points to some potential DLC. You can check out the teaser below.

Meet Miranda Raison Who Plays Cassandra

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Meet Miranda Raison Who Plays Cassandra

A new video from BioWare introduces us to Miranda Raison, the actress who performs Cassandra.

Cassandra has changed a bit from Dragon Age 2, as Raison describes, and the video offers a brief chance to see how she has evolved in the years since the events of Dragon Age 2.

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Race The Sun Arrives On PlayStation With Exclusive Labyrinthia Level

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Race The Sun Arrives On PlayStation With Exclusive Labyrinthia Level

For Race the Sun's upcoming PlayStation 3, 4, and Vita release, an exclusive world that plays quite a bit differently from the main game has been added.

Typical Race the Sun gameplay involves chasing the setting sun as you avoid obstacles and shadows. This new mode gets rid of the setting sun, and imposes all kinds of difficult obstacles on the player like closing gates or tight hallways. You can check out an overview of Labyrinthia below.

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Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s Launch Trailer Drops Two Weeks Early

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“Launch trailer” just doesn’t mean what it used to. We still have a while to wait for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, but that isn’t stopping Activision from loading up a launch trailer already.

You’ll get a look at some more of the single-player action, multiplayer combat, and of course, another look at star Kevin Spacey. There’s no new information here, just eye candy.

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Examining The Modes & Features Of Pro Evolution Soccer 2015

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Examining The Modes & Features Of Pro Evolution Soccer 2015

The football season is in full swing, but Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 is a little late to the party. The game comes out on November 13*, and after eschewing the then-new systems last fall, it represents the series' initial entry on the new-gen hardware. The demo is already out, but recently we got our hands on the full title and experienced features like the Master League for the first time.

The quality of gameplay has been improved from last year, which was the debut of the franchise's use of the Fox Engine even though it was on the last-generation of systems. PES 2015 on the new consoles, however, feels like the franchise getting back to its roots. The, albeit sometimes complex, controls are wedded to tight player control. In particular, receiving and controlling passes (as well as maintaining control) is easier than last year's title. This lets you transition to dribbling quicker and more naturally.

Elsewhere in this preview version, there are plenty of interesting features to take in.

Chivalry: Medieval Warfare Slashes Onto Consoles This December

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Chivalry: Medieval Warfare Slashes Onto Consoles This December

Activision and Torn Banner have announced the release date for the console versions of Chivalry: Medieval Warfare. The multiplayer title is headed for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in December.

Along with confirmation of the release date, Activision has announced a $14.99 price point for the game. Chivalry supports twelve players online in free-for-all and team modes. Also, there are log traps for squishing enemies. 

The title is due on December 2 for PlayStation 3 and December 3 for Xbox 360.

Battle Waves Of Monstrosities In This New Mix Of Tower-Defense And Action-RTS

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Deathtrap, a new tower-defense RPG from Neocore Games, is releasing on Steam Early Access in less than a week. If you haven’t heard of the game before, Neocore has just released a teaser trailer showcasing Deathtrap’s unique gameplay.

The trailer shows off three of the game’s different maps, where the Sorceress unleashes her deadly spells upon waves of enemies. You can also see some of the game’s many traps scattered through the area. 

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Get A Look At The Animation And Combat of The Legend Of Korra

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Get A Look At The Animation And Combat of The Legend Of Korra

Activision is giving us a look behind the scenes of its upcoming title based on Nickelodeon’s The Legend of Korra. In two new videos, you’ll get a peek at the original animation for the cutscenes and the game’s combat.

The first video takes us inside Titmouse, the animation studio that is working on the cutscenes. Titmouse is no stranger to the Avatar universe, having created the title sequence for Avatar: The Last Airbender.

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