Today’s Daily and Indie news: plenty of gameplay footage for Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers, but also…
- Hollow Knight
- Ubisoft @ E3 2017
- Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop
- Tool Assisted Speedrun
Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers
Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is releasing next week, but for those of you who really cannot wait for it, here’s some more gameplay footage from Nintendo and Capcom!
Here’s the direct-feed footage:
And here’s some recordings from the latest episode of Capcom TV:
Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers (Switch) will be released on May 26th worldwide.
Today, Team Cherry posted the latest devblog post for Hollow Knight. In this one, they have some pretty good news for Nintendo Switch owners: they’ve brought Shark Jump Studios (a coding/development team located in Adelaide) on board, in order to speed up porting. Their job will consist in testing, polishing, and making sure the game is ready for its console debut.
The thing is, Team Cherry is pretty small (only two people), so porting Hollow Knight to the Nintendo Switch is quite the task for them… especially since they’re also working on free additional content (not to mention all the Kickstarter rewards and content).
We don’t have a release date or even window for Hollow Knight, but with Shark Jump Studios on board, it should be much sooner than initially anticipated!
Click here to check out the full devblog post!
Ubisoft @ E3 2017
Yesterday, Ubisoft announced that its E3 2017 press conference would be held on June 12th, at the following time:
- Europe: 10PM
- UK: 9PM
- North America (EDT): 4PM
- North America (PDT): 1PM
- Japan: 5AM (June 13th)
We don’t really know what Ubisoft will have for Nintendo platforms, besides the inevitable Just Dance 2018 and a certain game that’s bound to make Mario fan go completely rabbid.
Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop
Here’s the launch trailer and some screenshots for Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop, now available in North America (at retail):
Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop (3DS) comes out on May 26th in Europe. The digital version will be available from May 18th in North America, and May 25th in Europe.
Here’s some pictures of the Okami Logo Snapback Cap (Black Version), which is now available for pre-order on the First 4 Figures website (it’s part of their new “Core” label):
Tool Assisted Speedrun
Here’s the latest Tool Assisted Speedruns videos for Nintendo platforms:
- Circus Caper (NES) by DrD2k9 in 07:03.75
- The Final Fantasy Legend (GameBoy) by ruadath in 01:10.87
- Raid on Bungeling Bay (NES) by link_7777 in 02:44.75
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: Radical Rescue (GameBoy) by Memory in 18:22.91