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Pokemon Sun, Moon Nintendo 3DS XL edition coming next month

Pokemon Sun, Moon Nintendo 3DS XL edition coming next month

In just two months, the latest installment of the Pokemon franchise will be unleashed on the gaming faithful. And given the surge of interest in the game thanks to Pokemon GO, the upcoming Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon could see a surge in sales as well. But even before that happens, Nintendo will be giving fans a way to celebrate early, but putting out, as usual, a themed New Nintendo 3DS XL system that has markings all over the place aligned with the Sun and the Moon.

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Resident Evil 7 biohazard will support PS4 Pro’s 4K and HDR

Resident Evil 7 biohazard will support PS4 Pro’s 4K and HDR

Resident Evil 7 biohazard's release date is coming up quickly, and ahead of that Capcom has answered a big question prospective buyers have had: will the game support the PlayStation 4 Pro's HDR gaming and 4K capabilities? The answer is yes, at least per a tweet Capcom sent out on its Twitter account in recent days. That's great news for those who are upgrading to Sony's latest and greatest PlayStation console, especially considering the incredible graphics Capcom has been teasing for its upcoming game.

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Sonic Mania Genesis-themed collector’s edition release made official

Sonic Mania Genesis-themed collector’s edition release made official

It's safe to say that Sonic Mania is a game that has old-school Sonic fans more excited than they've been in a long time. It's been a turbulent road for the Blue Blur ever since he made the jump to 3D, with many hoping to see a return to his 2D platforming roots. Sonic Generations got us halfway there, while Sonic Mania fully embraces the character's 16-bit past. If you've avoided gameplay videos thus far, one look at the freshly revealed collector's edition of the game is all you need to see just how much of a throwback Sonic Mania is to the 16-bit era.

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Sony outs special PS4 Final Fantasy XV Luna Edition, new PS Vita colors

Sony outs special PS4 Final Fantasy XV Luna Edition, new PS Vita colors

Sony has unveiled some new gaming gear in Japan that fans of the PS4 and the PS Vita portables will appreciate. The special edition PS4 is the PS4 Final Fantasy XV Luna Edition and it will be released in limited quantities on November 29, 2016. The MSRP for the special edition PS4 console will be 39,980 yen.

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Xbox One S Battlefield 1 bundles detailed ahead of October 21 launch

Xbox One S Battlefield 1 bundles detailed ahead of October 21 launch

Microsoft will release Xbox One S bundles featuring Battlefield 1 and either 500GB or 1TB of storage starting on October 13. The bundles will initially rollout in Europe on that date, and will be followed on October 21 in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. The 500GB console bundle will be available in white and “Storm Grey Special Edition” colors, while the 1TB console will be available as the Xbox One S Battlefield 1 Special Edition Bundle.

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FIFA 17 Demo arrives tomorrow with ‘The Journey’ experience

FIFA 17 Demo arrives tomorrow with ‘The Journey’ experience

FIFA 17 will be launching on September 27, but some gamers will get a chance to experience the game ahead of that launch with “FIFA 17 Demo.” The demo launches starting tomorrow and brings with it a limited experience for ‘The Journey,’ a game mode we’ve previously detailed, as well as “Own Every Moment.” As well, EA Sports says there will be four single-player Skill Games included with the FIFA 17 Demo, as well as a trio of new multiplayer Skill Game, and more.

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PlayStation 4 HDR patch arrives tomorrow

PlayStation 4 HDR patch arrives tomorrow

When Sony announced the PS4 Slim and PS4 Pro last week, one major announcement it made was that all existing PlayStation 4 consoles, regardless of model, would be receiving firmware updates to enable high dynamic range (HDR) functionality. That update, which is part of Patch 4.0, will be arriving tomorrow, Sony has announced.

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Super Mario Run release level demoed by Shigeru Miyamoto

Super Mario Run release level demoed by Shigeru Miyamoto

By now, you've probably heard the news: after all of these years, Mario is coming to mobile devices. Nintendo creative mastermind Shigeru Miyamoto took the stage during Apple's iPhone 7 keynote last week to reveal Super Mario Run, a new game reminiscent of endless runners that will feature the mustachioed plumber. During the announcement, one of the main talking points centered around the fact that you can play Super Mario Run with one hand.

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Titanfall: Frontline brings cards to a mech fight on iOS and Android

Titanfall: Frontline brings cards to a mech fight on iOS and Android

It would appear that Titanfall 2 won't be the only Titanfall game we'll be receiving this autumn. Respawn Entertainment, in a partnership with Nexon and Particle City, has announced Titanfall: Frontline, a new mobile game that will be arriving on iOS and Android later this year, presumably around the time Titanfall 2 launches on consoles and PC.

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MSI VR One pre-empts Intel’s Project Alloy with PC backpack

MSI VR One pre-empts Intel’s Project Alloy with PC backpack

Wearable computing might normally mean a smartwatch, but MSI is pretty keen to put a full gaming PC right on your back, and if you're into VR it might be worth strapping on. The company has revealed the MSI VR One, the production version of the virtual reality backpack it teased earlier this year, a roughly eight pound chunk of overclocked computer intended to drive your HTC Vive.

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BioShock: The Collection PC requirements and upgrade process detailed

BioShock: The Collection PC requirements and upgrade process detailed

BioShock: The Collection launches later this week, and ahead of release, 2K Games has detailed the type of rig you'll need to have in order to run the remastered games. Just as well, the company has also revealed what the upgrade process will look like. The good news is that it's fairly straightforward if you own the originals through Steam, though it does get a little complicated if you own the Games For Windows Live versions.

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Rated-E Mods whips up SNES Micro using Raspberry Pi Zero

Rated-E Mods whips up SNES Micro using Raspberry Pi Zero

Anyone around in the earlier days of gaming will have some fond memories of playing games on the Super Nintendo Entertainment system or SNES. Over at Rated-E modes a very cool and very small SNES Micro has been created using what appears to be some sort of modeling clay and a Raspberry Pi Zero for emulation.

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