Daily Briefs (Oct. 10): Famitsu previews / Super Famicom t-shirts / The Mummy Demastered

Today’s Daily Briefs: latest batch of Famitsu preview pages, but also…

  • Super Famicom t-shirts
  • The Mummy Demastered
  • The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+

Famitsu previews

This week, the following games will be showcased in Famitsu magazine:

  • Attack on Titan 2 (Nintendo Switch, out in Early 2018 worldwide), with a new character revealed, the main visual, and summary of the new improvements from the first game;
  • Lost Sphear (Nintendo Switch, out on October 12th in Japan and January 23rd in Europe and North America)

The latest issue of Famitsu magazine will be released on Thursday in Japan (Wednesday afternoon/evening for Europe and North America).

Super Famicom t-shirts

Today, The King of Games revealed a new set of Nintendo-themed t-shirts. And this time, it’s the Super Famicom that gets its own t-shirts. The best part? They come in a special box that looks just like the one used for the actual console!

Here’s some pictures:

Speaking of the Super Famicom, here’s the livestream recording of the segment dedicated to the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Famicom from the latest episode of Denjin Getcha:

Source: Famitsu

The Mummy Demastered

Yesterday, WayForward announced that The Mummy Demastered would be released on October 24th on the Nintendo eShop of the Nintendo Switch. That’s right… it’s in two weeks!

The Upcoming Games page has been updated.

Source: WayForward

The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+

Heads up for players with the physical European version of The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+: you can now redeem it for some My Nintendo coins, from the game’s options page (accessibly by pressing – or + from the Home Menu). Due to an unknown error, it was previously impossible to claim those coins (you would be told the game was from the wrong region), but this error has now been fixed!

Source: Headup Games (Twitter)


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