Nintendo news (May 28) – Fire Emblem: Three Houses / Super Mario Maker 2

Today’s Nintendo news: Fire Emblem: Three Houses in Famitsu this week, but also…

  • Super Mario Maker 2
  • Dragon Quest Builders 2
  • Toy-Con VR Goggles

Fire Emblem: Three Houses

This week, Fire Emblem: Three Houses will be featured in the latest issue of Famitsu magazine. The article will introduce two new characters (the Grim Reaper Knight and the Emperor of Flames), and will also have details about the opening stages, a feature called “Co-operation Scheme” (where the bonds between units is crucial), and the various actions you can perform during the weekend.

Here’s the preview pictures from Famitsu:

The latest issue of Famitsu magazine comes out on Thursday in Japan (effectively Wednesday morning/afternoon in North America and Europe respectively).

Fire Emblem: Three Houses (Switch) comes out on July 26th in Japan.

Source: Famitsu

Super Mario Maker 2

This week, Super Mario Maker 2 will be featured in the latest issue of Famitsu magazine. From the looks of it, the article will mostly recap what was shown during the Nintendo Direct presentation a couple of weeks ago, including the Story and Multiplayer components.

Here’s the preview pictures:

The latest issue of Famitsu magazine comes out on Thursday in Japan (effectively Wednesday morning/afternoon in North America and Europe respectively).

Speaking of Super Mario Maker 2, here’s some screenshots and artworks straight from Nintendo:

Super Mario Maker 2 (Switch) comes out on June 28th worldwide.

Source: Famitsu / Nintendo

Dragon Quest Builders 2

Here’s the latest set of screenshots and artworks for Dragon Quest Builders 2, courtesy of Nintendo:

Dragon Quest Builders 2 (Switch) comes out on July 12th in Europe and North America.

Source: Nintendo

Toy-Con VR Goggles

Yesterday, Spice and Wolf VR was announced for the Nintendo Switch. It’s the very first third-party game making use of the Toy-Con VR Goggles from Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04: VR Kit… and it looks like it will not be a rarity. Today, it has been announced that Unity is now compatible with the DIY HMD, and developers who want to create VR games for the Nintendo Switch using it can do so using that engine.

It’s not clear how many developers will end up making us of the Toy-Con VR Goggles (and if other engines will end up getting support for it), but it’s certainly going to be interesting to see how they will use it in their games!

Source: Gamer


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