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Nintendo Japan have last night announced a redesigned 3DS and 3DS LL to launch in October, boasting new Z-triggers, a second circle pad, and a slightly larger unit.

Video game streaming service Twitch have put to rest rumors surrounding a takeover by Google or YouTube, announcing that the company has been acquired by Amazon for US&970mil, a little over $1 billion Australian.

Melbourne's 3 Sprockets and Sydney's Nnooo have announced that Cubemen 2, the 3D strategy game first released on Steam and iOS, will make the leap to the Wii U this September.

Sweden's Image & Form have today announce that SteamWorld Dig, which found success on the 3DS eShop, will be launching on Wii U next week.

SteamWorld Dig, also released on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and PC via Steam, will run in 60 fps, with a customisable screen interface and support for the Wii U Pro Controller and off-TV play using the Wii U GamePad. The game will launch on Wii U on August 28th for $11.49 (NZ$11.99).

You can see our review of the Nintendo 3DS version of the game here.

Bungie have today released a first look at the depiction of Mars in their upcoming title Destiny.
Good news for Noosa-based indies Disparity Games this morning, as their upcoming multi-platform runner Ninja Pizza Girl has reached its $35,000 Kickstarter goal with just 38 hours to spare.
Rumor after rumor have suggested the existence of Assassin's Creed: Rogue, and Ubisoft have finally confirmed it, announcing the game will launch on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on November 11th.
Earlier today, Nintendo aired a Nintendo Direct dedicated to upcoming Wii U title Hyrule Warriors. In the stream, we were introduced to new characters, new stages, and the all-important release date.
In case you've missed it, Nintendo is holding a Nintendo Direct stream for upcoming Zelda and Dynasty Warriors crossover Hyrule Warriors.

You can watch the stream and follow along with the live blog below. If you're unsure of when the stream starts, we have you covered.

Ubisoft will launch the month long "Phantom Heist" in-game event for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Phantoms early tomorrow morning.