Today’s Daily news: trailer for Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04: VR Kit + Super Smash Bros. UItimate, but also…
- Fire Emblem Heroes
- Splatoon 2
- Dragalia Lost
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Today, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate received a new Software update, which added a VR Mode (alongside amiibo features and game balance adjustments). If you’re curious about how it works, make sure to check out the trailer uploaded by Nintendo:
Naturally, you need the Toy-Con VR Goggles to try out the VR Mode in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate!
Speaking of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, here’s a video for the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate World Championship 2019, introducing Team Europe:
The Super Smash Bros. Ultimate World Championship 2019 takes place on June 8th, in Los Angeles.
Back at E3 2018, GungHo announced Ninjala: a multiplayer action game clearly inspired by Splatoon. It was originally slated for a Spring release, but it was stealth-delayed to later this year a few months ago. But today, GungHo announced that the game will not be released this year after all: it has been delayed to Spring 2020.
Here’s a video message from GungHo, discussing the delay:
Finally, here’s two new screenshots for the game:
Ninjala (Switch) comes out in Spring 2020 worldwide. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Fire Emblem Heroes
Here’s the latest Tips & Tricks video for Fire Emblem Heroes, which is all about Naga (Divinity Dragon), the latest Mythic Hero:
By the way, subtitles in various languages are available for this video!
And speaking of Fire Emblem Heroes, here’s pictures for a set of acrylic smartphone stands featuring backgrounds from the game:
Those stands will be released in July in Japan, and cost 1 500 Yen + taxes each.
Here’s a picture of the second set of Mem Cakes toys from Splatoon 2: Octo Expansion, by Takara-Tomy Arts, now available in capsule toy machines across Japan:
Source: Squid Research Lab (Twitter)
Here’s the latest episode of the official webradio program for Dragalia Lost: