Today’s Daily Briefs: a collaboration with Hiro Mashima for Monster Hunter XX, but also…
- Nintendo Switch (Australia)
- Super Mario Run
- Momotaro Dentetsu 2017: Tachiagare Nippon!!
- Tool Assisted Speedruns
Monster Hunter XX
Yesterday, in the latest issue of Weekly Shonen Magazine, it was announced that Monster Hunter XX would get exclusive equipment designed by Hiro Mashima (known for his Fairy Tail manga, but also the Monster Hunter Orage manga adaptation). The design of the equipment will be revealed in the January 18th issue of the magazine.
In the mean time, here’s a teaser:
Monster Hunter XX (3DS) will be released on March 18th in Japan.
Nintendo Switch (Australia)
On January 15th, fans in Australia will be able to try out the Nintendo Switch during a special event in Melbourne. Nintendo is sending invites via My Nintendo, but it looks this will not be the only way to get one. Indeed, EB Games has started sending invites to select customers, and more precisely those who are Level 4 EB World members.
If you are one, you should soon be getting an email from EB Games: it will allow you to participate in a giveaway, in order tro try and win an invite to the Nintendo Switch event. There’s 50 invites (for 2 people) to win, and you have until January 1st to register. After that, EB Games will contact the winners by phone from January 6th.
The Nintendo Switch will be released in March, worldwide. The Nintendo Switch presentation will take place on January 12th/13th.
Super Mario Run
Here’s the recording of the segment for Super Mario Run from the latest episode of Super Mario Run:
Momotaro Dentetsu 2017: Tachiagare Nippon!!
Here’s the recording of the segment for Momotaro Dentetsu 2017: Tachiagare Nippon!! from the latest episode of Denjin Getcha:
Tool Assisted Speedruns
Here’s the latest Tool Assisted Speedrun videos for Nintendo consoles:
- Faxanadu (NES), finished in 23:04.69
- Disney’s The Little Mermaid (NES), finished in 06:41.32
- Scooby-Doo! Mystery Mayhem (GameBoy Advance), finished in 47:13.42
- Mega Man 10 (Mega Man, Wii), finished in 33:42.37