Pumpkins, vampire-pale skin, and everyone's favorite Halloween czar are on the way.
The great beyond is full of cute puzzles, it seems.
Geoff Keighley's big year-end show will be broadcast from LA, London, and Tokyo.
See the world in even more ways.
No sweetie, don't hurt the monster. Make nice with it. Niiiice monster.
Gather up some Goodfellas, it's time for crime.
The Xbox-published platformer just closed out a Nintendo Direct showcase.
The next entry in the series returns to its Nintendo roots.
A store listing shows PS4, Xbox One, and Switch versions.
Expect a slew of third-party announcements for the Switch.
Less incremental, more substantial.
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It's still planned for later this year, though.
On September 26, to be precise.
The game formerly known as Gods & Monsters also looks quite a bit different from the last time we saw it.
Tony Stark's headquarters have arrived on the Battle Royale map.
The makers of Rock Band are taking a freeform, inclusive approach to letting players create their DJ avatars.
Looks like that revised Switch model really could support 4K games.
The new Hyrule Warriors will fill in the past, but the future's still a ways off.
See the Great Calamity up close.
And we might see more of Kairi's childhood.
And there's a chance you could attend a future performance!
Square Enix aims to mend its cracked crystal.
The day after baffling fans with some limited-availability Mario titles, Pikmin is suddenly back.
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The Skullgirls and Indivisible studio is all but shuttered.
You may need more oomph for 4K and 60 FPS, but you can probably run Crysis pretty well as-is.
What's better than Cat Mario? How about a faster Cat Mario?
You'll be able to live out your Girl Talk dreams in just a couple months.
Who's hoping to make their island into Delfino Plaza?
Both are launching later this year.
Strangely, this official take on a Mario battle royale will also be a limited-time affair.
Nintendo finally reveals the long-rumored collection.
The developer has apologized for certain dialog within the game.
That once agains leaves Xbox as the odd platform out.
Don't expect a surprise Deltarune drop, however.
Founder Sean Murray says he "wouldn't want to put anyone through that again."
Renamed and ready for a showing next week.
You'll now be able to cancel pre-orders seven days before the release date.
I admit I'm going to automatically pronounce it as "Fen-ix," though.
You'll be able to blast these demons without buying the full release.
Dragon Age, Fall Guys Season 2, and Ratchet & Clank all featured in today's presentation. Here's the complete recap.
Even Galactus is on his way.
See what Hello Games has been up to besides No Man's Sky.
Nacon says it "emphatically rejects" the statement from Frogwares on a factual basis.
Get ready, heroes, to bust an opium-smuggling ring. Er, I mean, bust a banana-smuggling ring.
Get ready to sing (and probably cry), Kingdom Hearts fans.
Employees are departing the studio over head Mike Zaimont's actions.
A contract dispute has led to the disappearance of this Lovecraftian story from some storefronts.
Celebrate the end of summer with a murder mystery.
Nintendo is said to be looking into 4K visuals and upgraded processing power.
Today, you can get a small taste of what this year's $60 NBA 2K offering is like.
A report indicates another Switch could join the family.
Are you A Howling Moon, A Stereo Lover, or a Dancing Devil?
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The event debuts this Sunday, on August 23.
It takes two to truly shatter a town's peace.
Eiyuden Chronicle is continually shaping into the Suikoden successor we pine for.
The team needs more time to try and fully realize its ambitions.
Nintendo will spotlight the cool indies coming to Switch.
Epic's Apple-focused crusade makes more sense in light of Fortnite's comparatively tiny Android revenue.
This comes hours after Apple kicked Fortnite off the App Store.
And my mind has been suitably blown.
If Apple's App Store dominance wanes, could we see an iOS Epic Games Store?
The mobile discount circumvents Apple and Google's 30% transaction fee.
Any pop-culture crossover or console exclusive will stay tied to where you got it.
He'll be paid DLC for the remaster.
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The State of Play-featured game has come under fire, and its publisher has already responded.
It's a stunning newfound success for Animal Crossing.
Smash Bros. can have a little Battlefield, as a treat.
Alph, Brittany, and Charlie are getting the Deluxe re-release treatment.
No more Lovecraftian private parts. Lovecraftian private parts are canceled.
There should be a few different vehicles headed to the island.
John Boyne's A Traveller at the Gates of Wisdom just needs a couple of sequels: A Traveller at the Gates of Courage and A Traveller at the Gates of Power.
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There's neat art, fake distress signals, and... oh, no.
More pattern picking, less code entry.
From an ever-reliable dataminer, at that.
One of New Leaf's best features is coming to islands this week.
Save data transfers are coming sometime this year, too.
The World's Edge could be in for a few reworks.
According to an appearance on the PSN Store.
A recent Glassdoor review points to a problem that'll likely affect games for years to come.
Guess some folks were eager for a new Suikoden.
Netflix expands on the universe of The Witcher.
There's a number of fixes addressing performance issues.