Today’s Nintendo news: overview trailer for Super Mario Party, but also…
- Dragalia Lost
- Nintendo Minute (Undertale)
- Nintendo – Six Months Earnings Release
- Xenoblade Chronicles 2
- Kirby merchandise
- Tool Assisted Speedrun
Super Mario Party
Last week, following the Nintendo Direct, Nintendo uploaded the usual overview trailer for Super Mario Party:
Super Mario Party (Switch) comes out on October 5th in Japan.
Here’s the latest trailer for Dragalia Lost, focusing on the story:
Dragalia Lost (mobile) comes out on September 27th in the United States, Japan, Maccau, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
Nintendo Minute (Undertale)
Here’s the latest episode of Nintendo Minute, which is about Undertale this time around!
Hi! We’ve seen tons of comments from you asking us to play Undertale. Well, today’s the day. We’ve both heard a lot about this game but we’ve never played it. So today, we’re just going to start from the beginning and see how far we get. Let us know in the comments if you’ve played Undertale but no spoilers! The game comes out for Nintendo Switch on Sept. 18. As always, thanks so much for watching and we’ll see you next week!
-Kit & Krysta
Undertale (Switch) comes out on September 18th in Europe and North America.
Nintendo – Six Months Earnings Release
Last week, Nintendo announced that its Six Months Earnings Release will take place on October 30th, which means that the next meeting with investors should take place in October 31st (the following day, as usual). This will be the first meeting with investors since the General Meeting of Shareholders in June.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2
Last week, Nintendo added some Xenoblade Chronicles 2 to its My Nintendo Store in Japan:
- set of 4 clear files (A4 size): 1 000 Yen (shipments from November)
- set of 21 clear posters (A3 size): 5 500 Yen (shipments from November)
- acryllic art pod! 13 500 Yen (shipments from December)
Pre-orders are open until October 13th, and as usual, My Nintendo members can get discounts using Platinum or Gold Coins.
Here’s pictures of the latest set of Kirby merchandise from the official Kirby portal in Japan:
Source: Kirby Portal
Tool Assisted Speedrun
Here’s the latest Tool Assisted Speedrun video for Nintendo games:
- Donkey Kong, DK Jr., DK 3 & DK Jr. Math by Cyorter in 01:18.39