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Nintendo surprised many of us last night by showing off Switch during The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Zelda: Breath of the Wild took the spotlight, but we were also able to have another look at the Switch unit. IGN captured a few screengrabs and reported on its findings.

The first image features the back of the Switch. When you dive in further and look at it more closely, it appears to have buttons for power, syncing controllers, and Joy-Con release buttons. IGN also speculates that we’ve been given a look at a USB-C or a proprietary port made by Nintendo, as pictured below. The USB-C connection is something that’s been thrown around as a possibility quite a bit over the past few days.


The CPSIA certificates are now up for the Link (Archer) and Link (Rider) amiibo. Both documents included the packaging for the figures. We’ve attached the two above.

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This week’s Famitsu scans are now available. Highlighted games include Monster Hunter XX, Jikkyou Powerful Pro Baseball Heroes, Miitopia, and Yo-kai Watch 3: Sukiyaki. Scans of all titles can be found below.

Some of the earliest known pictures of Super Mario 64 have been unearthed from Nintendo 64 patent documents. Even though we only have two images, it doesn’t make them any less interesting. Both provide a look at what Nintendo was imagining for Peach’s Castle way back when.


Qbby amiibo packaging

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Nintendo announced the Qbby amiibo compatible with Goodbye! BoxBoy! last night, which launches in Japan in February. It will be included in a special retail version with all three games, but it’s getting a standalone release as well. We have the packaging image above.


Three more Monster Hunter Stories amiibo drop in Japan next week. Qurupeco & Dan, Berioros (Hyoga) & Ayuria, and Lioleia & Cheval will be out in the country on December 8. We have the boxarts above plus a few additional photos below.


Aside from the Zelda: Breath of the Wild Guardian amiibo, Nintendo also put up a new CPSIA Certificate of Compliance for the Yarn Poochy amiibo. That means we also can see the packaging for the plush. Take a look above.


Nintendo posted the CPSIA Certificates of Compliance for the upcoming Guardian amiibo planned for Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Thanks to that, we have a look at the packaging. See it above.


This week’s Famitsu scans are now available. Highlighted games include Megami Meguri, Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters, Super Mario Maker for 3DS, and All Kamen Rider: Rider Revolution. Scans of all titles can be found below.

The new Zelda 30th anniversary amiibo officially launch on Friday, but some people are getting them early. View some up-close photos below.


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