[Random] Director of Chrono Trigger Admits to Working on a Game for Switch


Just in case there was doubt in the truth of Square Enix’s words that Switch is their priority platform for 2017 that doubt should now lessen.

 

On Twitter, Takashi Tokita (one of the Directors responsible for Chrono Trigger and Square Enix employee since 1985), has shared a photo of the Switch and the caption “Top Secret Mission Starts.”

What isn’t known though, is if this mission is to do with an entirely new game for Switch, or one of the games Square Enix have deemed feasible to port to Switch, but requires Tokita’s involvement, but just as soon as an answer comes, you can expect to learn it at miketendo64.com and that’s a promise!

 

Source: @Takashi_Tokita (Twitter)

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Cave Story+ on Switch will Be the “Definitive” Version


Following Nicalis’ official announcement of Cave Story+ for Switch, today they have put out word of what makes this version of the game so special and we have some of that word right here: Continue reading Cave Story+ on Switch will Be the “Definitive” Version

[Update] A Few Things to Expect from Has-Been Heroes’ Version 1.0.2 Update


A few hours ago, a new update came to Has-Been Heroes. One which saw the game  now require 1.1GB just to have it on your Switch and while there are some new patch notes regarding this update, the majority of the “changes” are what we saw put into effect last time, regardless though, we have included them below with the newer details: Continue reading [Update] A Few Things to Expect from Has-Been Heroes’ Version 1.0.2 Update

Niantic Say Thank You To All Pokemon Go Players And Tease New Co-Op Features


Niantic have taken to their blog to say thank you and to highlight some of the awards Pokemon Go have recieved including most recently, Best Mobile Game & Best Handheld Game from the BAFTA Videogame Awards. Niantic also stated that over 65 million people from all over the world still play Pokémon GO every month. To finish off, they teased that there is still a lot more to come to the Mobile App, including “All new co-operative social gameplay experiences.” More information should be revealed at a later date

Source: Niantic Labs

Let’s Make A Miifoto Mosaic Event Now Underway In Miitomo


Nintendo’s First Mobile App Miitomo is celebrating its first anniversary and along with special clothing items and in game features, Miitomo is hosting a Miifoto Mosaic event. If you would like the chance to have a Miifoto included in the Mosaic, you can check it out in the In-game Notification which we have included in this post. Don’t forget to use #Miitomo_1st when sharing to Twitter! Continue reading Let’s Make A Miifoto Mosaic Event Now Underway In Miitomo

Fire Emblem Heroes Voting Gauntlet #2 Goes Into Round 2 & Extra Log-In Bonus


Round one of the Second Voting Gauntlet in Fire Emblem Heroes is now over and Hinoke, Cherche, Palla & Beruka have been knocked out of the competition between The first Wyvern Riders vs. Pegasus Knights. Round 2 has now begun and sees Camilla against Cordelia and Minerve against Subaki. If your chosen character was defeated, you can still choose another but if your selection is winning, you can’t change character.

Players can also pick up a special Log-in bonus that rewards you with 10 orbs and 5,000 Hero feathers thanks to a recent Quiz.

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Darksiders: Warmastered Still Coming For Wii U, Worldwide Release Set For May 23rd


After several rumours surfacing online about it’s cancellation, THQ Nordic stated on their official website that Darksiders Warmastered Edition for Wii U is not cancelled and is in fact, will be released worldwide on Mar 23rd. Those interested in picking up the remastered version of the original Darksiders can expect to pay around €19.99, £14.99 or $19.99 depending on their region.

Source: THQ Nordic

 

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Super Bomberman R Concept Art Shared On Konami European Twitter Account


Konami has been sharing various concept art of Super Bomberman R on it’s European Twitter Account. We have put together a slideshow of all the Background images, Plasma & Karaoke Bomber and bosses that were featured which you can see below.

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Source: Konami Europe (Twitter)

One Of A Kind Yooka-Laylee Arcade Machine Coming To London’s Loading Bar For A Limited Time (UK)


Yes! You did read the title correctly, A Yooka Laylee Arcade Machine has been put together by Bespokes Arcades, in collaboration with Team 17 & Playtonic Games, to help promote The upcoming 3D Platforming collect-a-thon that is Yooka Laylee. It looks old school but it actually houses the latest state-of-the-art technology to bring today’s graphics to the retro scene. It can play familiar classics and can be switched directly to Yooka-Laylee as well and experience it in a whole new way (yet somehow familiar to some) complete with HD Graphics. Here is a unaltered photo of the machine being built. Continue reading One Of A Kind Yooka-Laylee Arcade Machine Coming To London’s Loading Bar For A Limited Time (UK)

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Composer Says They Are Trying To Top The Original


Lead Composer for Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Yasunori Mitsuda, has taken to his personal blog and Facebook account to express how things are going music wise with the game. He says it it one of the biggest productions he has worked on and is working with a team of 150 musicians. You can check out extracts from his blog below. Continue reading Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Composer Says They Are Trying To Top The Original

Hyrule Encyclopedia Reveals Oldest Legend Of Zelda NES Screenshot From Early Build Of Game


It seems that the Original The Legend Of Zelda on the NES was planned to be much different to what we know and love today. A Screenshot from an early build of the game, which can be seen in the newly released Hyrule Encyclopedia in Japan (Not out yet in the west I’m afraid) shows us what looks to be a dungeon select screen in first-person view. The final product however, did not utilize either of these features so it would be plausible that the image was came from a really early build of the game at the very beginning of the development stage. Zeldapower.com tweeted about it on their Twitter account and provided a lovely picture of it which you can see below. Continue reading Hyrule Encyclopedia Reveals Oldest Legend Of Zelda NES Screenshot From Early Build Of Game

Image & Form Dev Says Nintendo Taking Steam Approach To Digital On Switch


Image & Form recently revealed to MCV UK that Switch developers only have to make a single submission for their game for the whole world rather than multiple submissions, with a different version for each region. Julius Guldbog, Community Manager at Image & Form, explained why this is so significant and that Nintendo is practically taking the “Steam or App Store” approach”.

Below is an Excerpt taken from MCV. Continue reading Image & Form Dev Says Nintendo Taking Steam Approach To Digital On Switch

Little King’s Story Review


Little King’s Story is, then, a prime example of the Wii’s hidden treasure trove of third-party software. It may not have a big recognizable name, but it charmingly achieves a level of greatness that popular franchises sometimes fail to reach. It is an original take on the real-time strategy formula that mixes it up with world-building elements and the exploration found in the best adventure games. Being king is certainly not an easy task, especially when such a job comes with battles for world domination in its horizon; however, Little King’s Story makes it a whole lot of fun, and, if players are able to look past its punctual control issues, they will find a title that is great in size, heart, soul, and quality.

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Being king is certainly no easy task, but Little King’s Story makes it a whole lot of fun

little_kings_story7Ever since the dawn of the Nintendo 64 era, one stigma has been following Nintendo incessantly: the one that claims the company has a hard time garnering third-party support. Like most absolute truths, though, such a statement only holds if its intricacies are not analyzed very carefully. While lack of third-party games did indeed plague, to a large degree, both the Nintendo 64 and the Nintendo Wii U; saying the same about the Gamecube and the Wii is unfair. These two systems were able to build a respectable collection of non-Nintendo software, albeit in completely different ways: the former did it by receiving games that also starred in other platforms, whereas the latter achieved that same goal with quirky little exclusives.

From a creative standpoint, the Wii’s method of constructing a third-party library…

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[Update] Pokémon GO’s Latest Update adds Traditional Chinese Support


A new update for Pokémon GO is rolling out this very minute and this time instead of consisting of delightful text fixes, it adds support for a whole other language! (Traditional Chinese.) Here’s the English announcement from Niantic: Continue reading [Update] Pokémon GO’s Latest Update adds Traditional Chinese Support

Intimidate Your Way to Securing 4 Mega Stones (Pokémon Sun and Moon)


Miss out on securing Mawilite and Beedrillite back in February? Don’t worry, the second chance to get them has come!

 

As previously stated, the 2 Mega Stones would become available in April, well it’s April now and the Serial Code to receive them is Intimidate. Only the code in question does not only enable you to get Mawlite and Beedrillite, but it will also allow you to get Audinite and Medichamite. Continue reading Intimidate Your Way to Securing 4 Mega Stones (Pokémon Sun and Moon)