Daily Briefs (July 17): Miitopia / Hey! Pikmin / New Nintendo 2DS XL / Ultra Hyperball

Today’s Daily Briefs: commercials for Miitopia, Hey! Pikmin, and the Nintendo 2DS XL, but also…

  • Ultra Hyperball
  • EVO Japan 2018
  • Phantom Trigger
  • Mixed Bag Games
  • Video games sales
  • 3Souls
  • Mysterious Stars 3D: A Fairy Tale
  • Tool Assisted Speedrun

Miitopia / Hey! Pikmin / New Nintendo 2DS XL

Here’s some commercials for the New Nintendo 2DS XL and the two games releasing on the same day (July 28th) in Europe and North America: Miitopia and Hey! Pikmin!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpEvVWWZdR8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ua67DK_96-A

Ultra Hyperball

Here’s the trailer for Ultra Hyperball from Springloaded Software, coming to the Nintendo Switch “soon”:

EVO Japan 2018

EVO Japan 2018 will take place from January 26th to January 28th in Japan. For this first edition, two games on Nintendo platforms will be featured:

  • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (Wii U)
  • ARMS (Nintendo Switch)

Here’s the trailer for the tournament:

https://youtu.be/WIil6IIEyQY

Phantom Trigger

Today, tinyBuild shared a video clip for Phantom Trigger, showcasing one of the features of the game… local co-op!

Mixed Bag Games

Today, MixedBagGames announced that development for their very first game for the Nintendo Switch was almost over: the team is currently busy with the final testing phase, and if everything goes well, it will be sent to Nintendo for lotcheck this week!

Source: Mixed Bag Games

Video games sales

Today, Gfk shared the Top 3 Software for the first half of 2017, for various countries around the world. Most of the games are from third-party publishers, and are multiplatforms, but Nintendo did manage to “sneak” in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in quite a few country… it even topped sales in three countries: France, Sweden, and Norway.

Here’s the infographic shared by Gfk:

Source: Gfk
Via: BrunoMB (NeoGAF)

3Souls

Today, Red Column shared more details about the upcoming update for 3Souls. It will change the way the camera is positioned throughout the whole game: now, the player will no longer be at the center of the screen when at the outer edges of a stage, allowing you see more of it.

Before, the camera was always following the player, who would stay at the center of the screen. This caused problem when at the outer edges of a level: you could not see what was in front, and the screen showed lots of things you didn’t really need anymore. With this update, this will no longer be the case!

Here’s a picture showing this change in effect, in Sleepless City (from the Nophes episode):

Source: Red Column

Mysterious Stars 3D: A Fairy Tale

Last week, an update for Mysterious Stars 3D: A Fairy Tale on Nintendo 3DS released. This update requires only 10 blocks of free space (a little bit over 1MB), and fixes a crash that occurs when trying to launch a specific stage.

Source: Nintendo eShop

Tool Assisted Speedrun

Here’s the latest Tool Assisted Speedrun videos for Nintendo platforms:

  • Donkey Kong Country (GameBoy Advance) “101%” by Avanor_ in 1:25:57.64
  • Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth (Wii) by zggzdydp in 18:29.4

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