Nintendo news (March 7) – Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition / Super Mario Odyssey
Today’s Nintendo news: latest trailer for Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, but also…
- Super Mario Odyssey
- Nintendo Switch in Korea
- Tool Assisted Speedrun
Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition
Here’s the latest trailer for Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition on Nintendo Switch:
Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition (Switch) comes out on March 22nd in Japan, and this Spring in Europe and North America.
Super Mario Odyssey
The latest piece of concept-art for Super Mario Odyssey showcases the Chincho: undead Tostarenans. As you can see, the design of their pupils is slightly different (it’s stars, as opposed to flowers for Tostarenans).
Here’s the piece of concept-art:
Source: Nintendo (Twitter)
Nintendo Switch in Korea
Nintendo launched the Nintendo Switch in South Korea on December 1st, and it looks like it’s selling pretty well. Daewon (one of the distributers) has revealed that the console has sold 92 975 units as of February 25th, with 182 178 units for games. In 2018 alone, Hardware and Software sales are at 37 226 units and 100 924 units respectively.
One thing to note is that Daewon is not the only distributor for the Nintendo Switch in South Korea (analysts estimates their share at about 50%), so their sales data are not “complete”. In other words, there’s no real discrepancy between Nintendo’s own report (110 000 Nintendo Switch sold in 2017 alone).
Thanks sinonobu for the heads up!
Tool Assisted Speedrun
Here’s the latest Tool Assisted Speedrun for Nintendo games:
- Super Mario Bros. (NES) “all items” by Mars608, chatterbox & HappyLee in 19:50.04