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LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens – HD Announcement Teaser Trailer     LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens – HD Announcement Teaser Trailer LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens marks the triumphant return of the No. 1 LEGO videogame franchise and immerses fans in the new Star Wars adventure like never before. Players can relive the epic action from the blockbuster film in a way that only LEGO can offer, featuring all of the storylines from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, retold through the clever and witty LEGO lens. The game will also feature exclusive playable content that takes players on adventures between Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, providing additional insight about the new movie and its characters. Game Features: Relive the Blockbuster Action – Blast off into a new and improved LEGO Star Wars experience that takes fans deeper into the new film than any other game, retold through the clever and witty LEGO lens. Exclusive New Story Levels – Experience untold adventures set before Star Wars: The Force Awakens through exclusive new story levels that takes place between Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi and the new film. Variety of Characters, Vehicles & Locations – Play as all of the heroic characters from the movie, including Rey, Finn, Poe Dameron, Han Solo, Chewbacca, C-3PO, and BB-8, as well as Kylo Ren, General Hux and Captain Phasma, while exploring iconic Star Wars locales, such as Jakku and the Starkiller Base, and utilizing a multitude of vehicles along the way. Build… and Rebuild – Through the enhanced “Multi-Builds” system, players must choose from multiple building options – to puzzle solve, or just for fun – all advancing the game in different ways. Experience the Galaxy Like Never Before – Experience the thrill of high-speed, action-packed flight gameplay like never before, including arena-based battles and dogfights in space. Exciting New Blaster Battles – Use your surroundings as cover during intense blaster battles and drive back the relentless First Order. More “I” in A.I. – Enemy fighters can now build using LEGO bricks to support their fellow Stormtroopers, calling in air support, reinforcements or heavy artillery – taking the fight to the Resistance with the power of LEGO! Read more ► Super Smash Bros – Bayonetta Gets Wicked! – HD Gameplay Trailer     Super Smash Bros – Bayonetta Gets Wicked! – HD Gameplay Trailer WARNING! NEW CHALLENGER APPROACHING! Bayonetta joins the world of Super Smash Bros! Like previous games in the series, Super Smash Bros. is a competitive fighting game in which up to four players controlling various Nintendo characters fight against each other. Players use a variety of attacks to damage their opponents, increasing their damage percentage which makes them easier to knock out of the playing field. Smash Balls, items first introduced in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, make a return, allowing whoever obtains them to perform extremely powerful attacks. Assist trophies, another returning feature from Brawl, will be included, such as Skull Kid from The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask and a French Bulldog from Nintendogs. Like its predecessors, Super Smash Bros. will feature collectable in-game trophies based on characters or items seen in various Nintendo games. Two versions of the game will be released, one for Nintendo 3DS and the other for Wii U. The Wii U version is presented in high-definition visuals, while the Nintendo 3DS version will feature characters with black outlines, which can be toggled on and off. Both versions will include the same roster of playable characters, but the two versions will each feature exclusive stages, assist trophies, and collectables. The Nintendo 3DS version will feature those from Nintendo handheld releases while those in the Wii U version will be featured from Nintendo home console releases. The Nintendo 3DS version features an exclusive Smash Run mode, based on the City Trial mode from Kirby Air Ride, in which players navigate an open environment for stat-increasing power-ups, before facing each other in a match. Read more ► Splatoon     Splatoon Update – New Stage Piranha Pit and Ancho-V Games Piranha Pit and Ancho-V Games, are both on the way to Splatoon! Go ahead… Make a MESS Splatter enemies and claim your turf as an ink-blasting Inkling in Nintendo’s ultimate mess-fest! Inkin’ awesome online battles Challenge players online in chaotic 4-on-4 turf wars and unleash squid powers to ink your way to victory. May the best mess win. See where you’ve splattered—and what to cover next—on the Wii U GamePad controller’s screen. Transform into a squid to hide in your own ink, climb up walls, and move more quickly. Use ink blasters, ink bombs, ink rollers, and squid power to cover the most territory. Take on the evil octopus army in single-player mode. Splatter octopi, solve ink puzzles, and beat bosses! Customize your Inkling with different weapons and gear, complete with unique gameplay perks. Read more ► FAST Racing Neo     FAST Racing NEO – HD 60FPS Gameplay Trailer Race through a futuristic sci-fi world at incredible speeds in FAST Racing Neo. Jump into the driver’s seat of an assortment of anti-gravity vehicles, then put them through their paces in high octane competitions at 60 frames per second. Try to become a legend by besting all three of FAST Racing Neo’s leagues, each of which ramps up the competition… and the speed! Tear through 16 winding, twisting tracks that showcase stunning locales and realistic weather conditions. Skid along the ice as your cockpit view is buffeted by heavy snowstorms, weave between skyscrapers in a rainy high-tech metropolis, and watch out for sandstorms that can blow you off course! Use either motion or traditional controls to steer around tight corners, weave around obstacles and soar over hazardous jumps. By changing your ship’s phase you’ll change its colour which, when matched with the coloured boost panels on the ground, gives you a quick burst of speed! You can even race on the Wii U GamePad screen with off-TV play. Racers can find even more competition waiting for them in FAST Racing Neo’s multiplayer modes: take on up to seven other players online, compete locally with three other players in split-screen local multiplayer, and pit your best lap times against an online leaderboard. Think you can handle speeds like this? Find out in FAST Racing Neo, an adrenaline-pumping arcade racer for Wii U. Race anti-gravity vehicles in this lightning-fast arcade racer Zoom through 16 tracks set in canyons, alpine peaks, oceans, futuristic cities and more Master the art of boosting and phase switching to stay ahead of the competition Go head-to-head in online multiplayer for up to eight players Compete on the couch in four-player split-screen local multiplayer Hypersonic Speed The fastest racing game you have ever experienced! Non stop adrenaline pumping action at 60 frames per second. Discover 16 exciting tracks Race your way through giant mech spiders, asteroids impacts, rock slides, deep sea tunnels and much much more. Play with anybody, anywhere Splitscreen local multiplayer with up to four players. Online mode with up to eight players from all around the world or with just your friends. Read more ► Xenoblade Chronicles X     Xenoblade Chronicles X Xenoblade Chronicles X is an action role-playing video game developed by Monolith Soft and published by Nintendo for the Wii U home video game console. Part of the Xeno series of video games, it serves as a spiritual successor to Xenoblade Chronicles on the Wii. The game centers on the player’s customizable avatar, who works to coexist with the indigenous creatures on a hostile alien planet while striving to protect humanity. Similar to its predecessor, the game features an open-world design that strongly emphasizes exploration. Survive Humanity’s New Home Earth has been destroyed. What remains of humanity has found a new home on planet Mira. Unfortunately, some of its residents aren’t happy to see you. Now you face the ultimate challenge: Explore, battle…and try to stay alive. Read more ► Super Smash Bros – Cloud Storms into Battle! – HD Gameplay Trailer     Super Smash Bros – Cloud Storms into Battle! – HD Gameplay Trailer WARNING! NEW CHALLENGER APPROACHING! Final Fantasy VII’s Cloud joins the world of Super Smash Bros! Like previous games in the series, Super Smash Bros. is a competitive fighting game in which up to four players controlling various Nintendo characters fight against each other. Players use a variety of attacks to damage their opponents, increasing their damage percentage which makes them easier to knock out of the playing field. Smash Balls, items first introduced in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, make a return, allowing whoever obtains them to perform extremely powerful attacks. Assist trophies, another returning feature from Brawl, will be included, such as Skull Kid from The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask and a French Bulldog from Nintendogs. Like its predecessors, Super Smash Bros. will feature collectable in-game trophies based on characters or items seen in various Nintendo games. Two versions of the game will be released, one for Nintendo 3DS and the other for Wii U. The Wii U version is presented in high-definition visuals, while the Nintendo 3DS version will feature characters with black outlines, which can be toggled on and off. Both versions will include the same roster of playable characters, but the two versions will each feature exclusive stages, assist trophies, and collectables. The Nintendo 3DS version will feature those from Nintendo handheld releases while those in the Wii U version will be featured from Nintendo home console releases. The Nintendo 3DS version features an exclusive Smash Run mode, based on the City Trial mode from Kirby Air Ride, in which players navigate an open environment for stat-increasing power-ups, before facing each other in a match. Read more ► Animal Crossing – amiibo Festival Minigames – HD Gameplay Trailer     Animal Crossing – amiibo Festival Minigames – HD Gameplay Trailer Party with all your Animal Crossing friends! Invite your friends over and throw a party. All you need is a Wii U console and Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival—which comes with compatible amiibo figures and cards you’ll use to play the game. Hey, party animal! Have fun with all your Animal Crossing friends in an interactive board game for up to four players. Play your way through fun events, collecting Happy Points as you go! For the first time, you get to play as Animal Crossing characters like Isabelle, Tom Nook, and Digby. You’ll get a glimpse of daily village life with each roll of the dice. Tap in your amiibo figure to play as that character through a month of Animal Crossing events. Experience village life in an all-new way! Or use your amiibo cards to play other modes and minigames. More about other modes and minigames The Animal Crossing: amiibo Festival game bundle comes with the Isabelle and Digby amiibo figures and three cards, so you can play right away! Read more ► Super Smash Bros     Super Smash Bros – Mii Fighters Suit Up for Wave Four – HD Gameplay Trailer WARNING! NEW CHALLENGER APPROACHING! Mii Fighters Suit Up & Join The Battle! Like previous games in the series, Super Smash Bros. is a competitive fighting game in which up to four players controlling various Nintendo characters fight against each other. Players use a variety of attacks to damage their opponents, increasing their damage percentage which makes them easier to knock out of the playing field. Smash Balls, items first introduced in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, make a return, allowing whoever obtains them to perform extremely powerful attacks. Assist trophies, another returning feature from Brawl, will be included, such as Skull Kid from The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask and a French Bulldog from Nintendogs. Like its predecessors, Super Smash Bros. will feature collectable in-game trophies based on characters or items seen in various Nintendo games. Two versions of the game will be released, one for Nintendo 3DS and the other for Wii U. The Wii U version is presented in high-definition visuals, while the Nintendo 3DS version will feature characters with black outlines, which can be toggled on and off. Both versions will include the same roster of playable characters, but the two versions will each feature exclusive stages, assist trophies, and collectables. The Nintendo 3DS version will feature those from Nintendo handheld releases while those in the Wii U version will be featured from Nintendo home console releases. The Nintendo 3DS version features an exclusive Smash Run mode, based on the City Trial mode from Kirby Air Ride, in which players navigate an open environment for stat-increasing power-ups, before facing each other in a match. Read more ► Super Mario Maker – Create Levels In The Styles of Four Classic Super Mario Bros Titles – HD Japanese Trailer     Super Mario Maker – Create Levels In The Styles of Four Classic Super Mario Bros Titles – HD Japanese Trailer The latest Japanese trailer for Super Mario Maker shows us how we can create our own unique levels across four generations of classic Super Mario Bros titles! 😀 The fun never stops Looking for a brand new experience every time you play? In Super Mario Maker, you can play a near-limitless number of new levels created by players around the world. Dream it. Make it. Whether it’s a flying Piranha Plant or Hammer Bros. riding on Bowser, Super Mario Maker lets you bring your wildest game ideas to life using the Wii U GamePad like you’re simply sketching out your ideas on paper! Spread the fun Want to show off your level building skills? Upload and share your courses with fellow Mario fans across the globe. Read more ► YouTube Gaming Is Here – But Is It Any Good?     YouTube Gaming Is Here – But Is It Any Good? YouTube Gaming is a great reminder of everything YouTube already does in terms of hosting prerecorded and live-streaming video. This, however, is a dedicated hub for all things gaming-related on YouTube and although live-stream viewership is extremely low right now compared to major rival Twitch, it’s actually a very fast and easy-to-use service. With it’s mixture of live-streaming and pre-recorded content, this new interface may confuse some new visitors expecting a direct clone of Twitch’s live-stream-only channels. However, this simplified Netflix-style system brilliantly categorises content, providing dedicated mini-hubs for all games, each featuring pre-recorded videos from the community, live-streams, reviews, let’s-plays and official trailers directly from the developers, all separated into different categories. It’s very early days for YouTube Gaming but it looks like Google have learned from past mistakes and have put together a very nice and easy-to-use package for us gamers. Whether it will be able to catch up to the popularity of Twitch remains to be seen, and it has a very long way to go in order to do so. Features YouTube Gaming keeps you connected to a world of gamers with the broadest mix of videos and live streams – all designed around games and gaming channels. With it you can explore more than 25,000 titles, hone your skills, and take part in the deepest gaming culture online. Featuring videos and live streams with chat — including let’s plays, reviews, speedruns, trailers, and more from your favorite gamers and publishers — you can explore the games you care about more deeply than ever before. With videos covering Minecraft, Grand Theft Auto, League of Legends, Call of Duty, Garry’s Mod, and tens of thousands more, it’s all on YouTube Gaming. Note that you may encounter mature content in YouTube Gaming. VIDEOS AND LIVE STREAMS ALL IN ONE PLACE Watch videos from more than 25,000 games Experience live streams while chatting with other gamers Get recommended videos based on games you love A DESIGN BUILT FOR GAMERS Browse dedicated pages for every game, as well as publisher and gamer channels Explore categories from reviews to let’s plays, machinima, eSports, and more Favorite your games and channels for updates and easy access THE BIGGEST GAMING COMMUNITY Receive live stream notifications to keep up with the action Join a community of publishers and gamers over 100 million strong Tune in to live streams of events like E3, PAX, and Gamescom Read more ► Super Smash Bros     Super Smash Bros – Mii Fighters Suit Up for Wave Three – HD Gameplay Trailer WARNING! NEW CHALLENGER APPROACHING! Mii Fighters Suit Up & Join The Battle! Like previous games in the series, Super Smash Bros. is a competitive fighting game in which up to four players controlling various Nintendo characters fight against each other. Players use a variety of attacks to damage their opponents, increasing their damage percentage which makes them easier to knock out of the playing field. Smash Balls, items first introduced in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, make a return, allowing whoever obtains them to perform extremely powerful attacks. Assist trophies, another returning feature from Brawl, will be included, such as Skull Kid from The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask and a French Bulldog from Nintendogs. Like its predecessors, Super Smash Bros. will feature collectable in-game trophies based on characters or items seen in various Nintendo games. Two versions of the game will be released, one for Nintendo 3DS and the other for Wii U. The Wii U version is presented in high-definition visuals, while the Nintendo 3DS version will feature characters with black outlines, which can be toggled on and off. Both versions will include the same roster of playable characters, but the two versions will each feature exclusive stages, assist trophies, and collectables. The Nintendo 3DS version will feature those from Nintendo handheld releases while those in the Wii U version will be featured from Nintendo home console releases. The Nintendo 3DS version features an exclusive Smash Run mode, based on the City Trial mode from Kirby Air Ride, in which players navigate an open environment for stat-increasing power-ups, before facing each other in a match. Read more ► Super Smash Bros – Ryu Joins The Battle – HD Gameplay Trailer     Super Smash Bros – Ryu Joins The Battle – HD Gameplay Trailer WARNING! NEW CHALLENGER APPROACHING! Ryu joins the world of Super Smash Bros. to continue his quest to be the strongest, and he even brought his own stage! Enter his famous button combos to power up his special moves! Like previous games in the series, Super Smash Bros. is a competitive fighting game in which up to four players controlling various Nintendo characters fight against each other. Players use a variety of attacks to damage their opponents, increasing their damage percentage which makes them easier to knock out of the playing field. Smash Balls, items first introduced in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, make a return, allowing whoever obtains them to perform extremely powerful attacks. Assist trophies, another returning feature from Brawl, will be included, such as Skull Kid from The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask and a French Bulldog from Nintendogs. Like its predecessors, Super Smash Bros. will feature collectable in-game trophies based on characters or items seen in various Nintendo games. Two versions of the game will be released, one for Nintendo 3DS and the other for Wii U. The Wii U version is presented in high-definition visuals, while the Nintendo 3DS version will feature characters with black outlines, which can be toggled on and off. Both versions will include the same roster of playable characters, but the two versions will each feature exclusive stages, assist trophies, and collectables. The Nintendo 3DS version will feature those from Nintendo handheld releases while those in the Wii U version will be featured from Nintendo home console releases. The Nintendo 3DS version features an exclusive Smash Run mode, based on the City Trial mode from Kirby Air Ride, in which players navigate an open environment for stat-increasing power-ups, before facing each other in a match. Read more ►