Today’s Nintendo news: release date for the latest Super Smash Bros. amiibo, but also…
- Astral Chain
- Yoshi’s Crafted World
- Kirby Star Allies
- Luigi’s Mansion
- Dragalia Lost
Super Smash Bros. amiibo
Today, the latest set of Super Smash Bros. amiibo was released worldwide: Piranha Plant, King K. Rool, and Ice Climbers. And Nintendo has announced that the next set of figures will be released on April 12th worldwide: Young Link, Ken, and Daisy.
Here’s what they look like:
The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Source: Nintendo (Twitter)
During the latest Nintendo Direct presentation, Nintendo revealed a brand new game by PlatinumGames: Astral Chain. Following that reveal, Atsushi Inaba (Studio Head) wrote a few words about the game on the studio’s official website: click here to check it out. The message does not reveal anything about the game, but instead briefly introduces the game and its Director: Takahisa Taura.
Astral Chain (Switch) comes out on August 30th worldwide.
Yoshi’s Crafted World
Yesterday, Nintendo opened the official website for Yoshi’s Crafted World in Japan, providing us with quite a lot of gameplay clips. We went and gathered all of them and merged them into a single video, for your viewing convenience:
Yoshi’s Crafted World (Switch) comes out on March 29th worldwide.
Here’s the trailer for Tetris99, released right after this week’s Nintendo Direct presentation:
Tetris99 is available for free to all Nintendo Switch Online subscribers.
Kirby Star Allies
The Kirby Star Allies Original Soundtrack album was released yesterday in Japan, and to celebrate, HAL Laboratory shared a video clip. It shows just how smooth the transition is when the players goes from the File Select screen to the Main Menu (and vice-versa):
The official website for Luigi’s Mansion has been updated with Part 3 of the Professor E. Gadd’s Research Journal, called “The Birth of Gooigi”. Click here to check it out!
Here’s the latest episode of Dragalia Lost Radio Castle, the official webradio program for Dragalia Lost:
Dragalia Lost (Android, iOS) is still not available outside Japan, the United States, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Maccau.