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Jul 7th - A new documentary on the making of Pokken Tournament has revealed that the game could be released in the United States eventually.
Jul 7th - A live-action feature-length film based on the story from Mighty No. 9 is now in development from the same studio that brought us Dead Rising: Watchtower.
Jul 7th - New details about Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem have been revealed after a recent feature in Famitsu.
Jul 7th - Sega CEO has had some hard things to say about his company, but admits they're learning from other publishers like ATLUS.
Jul 7th - A rating released by the USK Ratings Board hints that Limbo is headed to the Wii U.
Jul 6th - Ubisoft finally admits it bit off more than it could chew in the first iteration of Watch Dogs.
Jul 6th - Dragon Quest X has long been the top-selling game on the Japanese eShop, but Splatoon has bumped it to claim that title.
Jul 6th - Platinum Games' Yusuke Hashimoto says working with legendary designer Shigeru Miyamoto has been a nerve-wracking experience.
Jul 6th - Splatoon's developers discuss the level cap and why there aren't more customization options for the base Inklings in Splatoon.
Jul 5th - The much anticipated and cancelled Wii game and the story behind it.
Jul 5th - Nintendo's GameCube failure made Microsoft completely disregard the company as a competitor for the Xbox 360.
Jul 4th - Happy July 4th to our awesome readers!
Jul 3rd - Way back in the early 90s, Nintendo asked Sony to build a disc peripheral for the SNES. The PlayStation Superdisc was the result.
Jul 3rd - Skylanders Superchargers will feature two Nintendo characters for the first time. Check out the trailer here.
Wii U eShop launch games
Jul 2nd - This week's downloads for both Nintendo 3DS and Wii U are pretty light, but Ocarina of Time is now available on the virtual console.
Jul 2nd - Nintendo president Satoru Iwata reaffirms Nintendo's software commitment to the 3DS and Wii U with the Nintendo NX on the horizon.
Jul 2nd - EVO 2015 registration is now closed and it will be the biggest Smash tournament of all time, with nearly 2,000 people registered for Super Smash Bros. on Wii U.