Once again, our esteemed Hero Link, has found himself with the opportunity to ride a motorcycle once again (Mario Kart 8 and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe being the previous instances,) and having earned it myself, I knew what I must do! Continue reading [Video] Master Cycle Zero Extreme Sports! (The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild)
Last week, Pack 2, otherwise known as the Champions’ Ballad DLC for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, finally made its debut and added a whole range of content. From expanding the game’s story, to 16 new Shrines, 3 new enemies, 9 new pieces of armour and the Master Cycle Zero, the DLC came packed, but there is more to it than just that, because getting the motorcycle and witnessing the final memory is not the last touching moment the DLC has to offer. In fact, it’s what happens afterwards that is. Continue reading [Video] Making a House a Home with a Picture of Old Friends (The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild)
Last month the talented folks over at WayForward revealed almost every detail there is to know about Shantae: Half-Genie Hero’s upcoming Friends to the End DLC. What they didn’t share though, was a trailer, until now:
No release dates were revealed, but going by what WayForward said before, it should be out during the Holiday period as it has already been submitted for approval and that the DLC is free to backers, with non-backers having to purchase it, should they wish to add it to their copy of Shantae: Half-Genie Hero. As for who voices who, Cherami Leigh is the voice of Rottytops (voices Gaige in the DLC for Borderlands 2.) Nathan Sharp who voiced Marcel in Attack on Titan voices Bolo and Karen Strassman (voice behind Fire Emblem’s Anna) for the voice of Sky.
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For the players looking for a game with beat that will have you player on their feet, Floor Kids is coming and there’s a new trailer for it, which we’re sharing right here, followed by a quick overview for anyone who wishes to know more about it: Continue reading [Video] Kick off Those Dancing Shows when Floor Kids Comes to Switch this Holiday
In case you missed it, a new Version 4,o update is out for ARMS and while the patch notes have yet to arrive, the big news is Misango.
The Official Pokemon YouTube Channel has uploaded a new video showing more new features that are coming with Pokémon Ultra Sun & Pokémon Ultra Moon. First up, Giovanni Returns with his cronies as Team Rainbow Rocket will be causing trouble in Alola. A Wormhole in the game will allow plays to catch legendary Pokémon from the other regions like Johto, Kanto and the like. These include Entei, Rayquaza, Mewtwo, Kyogre, Oh-ho and Articuno, just to name a few (The full list can be found here). There is also a new battle mode in which you can rent powerful Pokémon and fight other Powerful Pokémon in order to obtain rare items. You will also have to find totem stickers, which will allow you to turn your Pokémon Totem size (if you have collected enough of course).
Here is the video, if you would like to watch it:
In case you missed it, today Atlus did a little Shin Megami Tensei for Switch stream and revealed the game’s name as being Shin Megami Tensei V. The very little that was shown can be seen here:
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Looking to add some more Heroes to your line-up tomorrow? Well if you have the Orbs to spend, new versions of Olivia and Azura are on their way thanks to a new Summoning focus and they’re not alone as their offspring Inigo and Shigure will also be available and you can see them all in action right here:
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For the players who picked up Monster Hunter Stories earlier this month, this week it will be getting the Zelda content update that was previously made available to those in Japan.
It has only been confirmed for Europe at this time to release on the 28th of September, but it will most likely be the same day as well for North America, we’re just waiting on confirmation. Until then though, here’s the footage of the new content in action: Continue reading [Video] Monster Hunter Stories’ Zelda Collaboration Comes West on September 28th
The Tokyo Games Show is now in full swing and Koei Tecmo has revealed that Celica from Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia will also be another playable warrior and you can see footage of her in action right here, followed by another video of the newest Fire Emblem Warriors trailer. Enjoy:
Yacht Club Games, have released a special reveal trailer featuring the Game Grumps to unveil 3 new amiibo, Plague Knight, Spectre Knight & King Knight. These three amiibo will available in a multipack and will no doubt have special functions to the each corresponding Character and their Game. Whether they will have functionality in each others story modes is not yet known but it is cool of Yacht Club Games to create amiibo versions of their characters. Maybe we could expect to see even more Shovel Knight characters get their own amiibo, like the whole Order Of No Quarter. That would be awesome! Anyhow, here is the reveal trailer for the amiibo.
Nintendo UK have released a video to encourage UK Residents to sign up and take part in the Splatoon 2 UK Championship. If you live in the UK and would like to take part in the Championship, you can sign up by using this link to put your name down for the qualifiers that take part soon. You can check out the video below.
For more information about the Splatoon 2 UK championship you can find all the details on the official Nintendo UK website.
To help promote the latest summoning event “Choose Your Legends” banner. Nintendo have released a live-action trailer which features characters like Roy, Lucina, Lyn, Ike and even the Black Knight. You can check out the trailer for yourself below.
Nintendo UK have uploaded a new trailer for Pokken Tournament on Nintendo Switch. The trailer takes a look at the new features that are coming to the game including new Battle and support Pokémon, New Battle Modes, The option to watch replays and create online groups friends to play against. Of course, most of this information is already known but it is nice for Nintendo to put it all these details into an illustrative video so we can see how these new features will work. You can check out the video below.
Source: Nintendo UK (YouTube)