Today’s indie news: latest devblog post for Runner3, soundtrack release for Yooka-Laylee, and trailer + footage for Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap nad its “Retro” feature!
Today’s Nintendo Switch: latest episode of Nintendo Minute with Yoshiaki Koizumi, Bluetooth headsets not compatible after all, trailer for Snipperclips: Cut it out, together!, and Disgaea 5 Complete Limited Edition now available for pre-order on the official NIS America Europe store in Europe!
Good news: the DLC for Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns will be localised after all! Also: check out the latest trailer for the game, and more screenshots, showcasing the Super Mario costumes!
Today’s Daily Briefs: re-run of the second wave of The Legend of Zelda collaboration content for Monster Hunter Stories, Mini Sports Collection coming to Europe and North America, some minor Pokémon news, and latest Tool Assisted Speedrun video!
Today’s Nintendo news: latest trailer for Mario Sports Superstars (showcasing tennis), and Nintendo suing the MariCar company in Japan.
Today’s Pokémon news: battles now live for the latest battle competition for Pokémon Sun and Moon, Tsunekazu Ishihara’s comments about the Nintendo Switch, picture for the Party Hat Pikachu event in Pokémon GO, more details on the Egg distribution for Pokémon Sun and Moon in Japan, reminder about the Bottle cap distribution in the United Kingdom, and preview for the next episode of the Pokémon Sun and Moon anime series.
Today, Arc System Works shared some more details, screenshots, and even a trailer for Cube Creator DX, the enhanced version of Cube Creator 3D!
Today’s Daily and Nintendo briefs: new badges available at the Nintendo Badge Arcade in Japan, trailer for Swapdoodle and screens for the new lessons packs, livestream for Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns, commercial for Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World, some minor Pokémon news, and Tool Assisted Speedrun video for Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door!
Today’s Indie news (Round 2!): pricing and dev diary for Snake Pass, and Axiom Verge getting a retail release… on Wii U!
In the second trailer for the game, Warner Bros. confirms that LEGO City Undercover will indeed feature co-op on the Nintendo Switch!