Today’s Nintendo news: DevBlog posts for Neon Abyss, but also…
- SNES Posters (My Nintendo, Europe)
- Ring Fit Adventure
- Luigi’s Mansion 3
- Kirby merchandise
- Fire Emblem Heroes
- Tool Assisted Speedrun
Over the past few days, the developers of Neon Abyss have shared a few DevBlog post about the game:
- Pets – Collect, Hatch & Evolve them All!
- Unlockable Characters Spotlight
- Feature Spotlight – How to Evolve Your Dungeons!
Neon Abyss (Switch – eShop) comes out in 2020 in Europe and North America.
SNES Posters (My Nintendo, Europe)
Nintendo have added another physical rewards to My Nintendo in Europe: a set of 3 SNES posters, featuring Super Mario Kart, Super Metroid, and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. The posters cost 300 Platinum Coins + shipping (3.99€ if you live in Germany, and 6.99€ if you live elsehwere).
Here’s what the posters look like:
To order the posters, you have to do the following:
- use your Platinum Coins to redeem this reward
- use the Serial Code received by email in order to “buy” the posters from the My Nintendo Store. Here’s the relevant links:
Ring Fit Adventure
According to the latest data from Gfk/UKIE, Ring Fit Adventure is still selling well in the United Kingdom. Last week, sales increased by 36%.
And here’s the latest commercial for the game:
Luigi’s Mansion 3
Dengeki have announced that the official Guide Book for Luigi’s Mansion 3, created by the Dengeki Nintendo staff, will be released on November 30th in Japan. It will feature 240 pages (A5 format) filled with details about the game.
Here’s what the cover looks like:
Source: Dengeki Nintendo (Twitter)
Here’s the latest videos for Paladins:
Here’s the latest videos for SMITE:
Here’s pictures of the latest set of Kirby merchandise from Japan, with:
- the latest Kirby watches
- goodies from the latest Ichiban Kuji lottery
Fire Emblem Heroes
Here’s the preview trailer for the latest Summoning Focus in Fire Emblem Heroes, Guardians of Peace, which goes live on Tuesday (November 19th):
Tool Assisted Speedrun
Here’s the latest Tool Assisted Speedrun video for Nintendo platforms:
- Trials of Mana (SNES) “game end glitch” by Keylie & Kadmony in 10:54.47