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We got a small look at the North American SteamWorld Collection boxart when Image & Form confirmed the package for North America a couple of weeks ago, but now we have a better (and full-sized) look. See the image above.

Kirby: Planet Robobot’s website has updated with more concept art for the game, this time featuring the two mini modes, Team Kirby Clash and Kirby 3D Rumble. It shows off artwork and layouts for the stages, including two cut outfits for Team Kirby Clash, an archer and a pirate. Check it all out below:


This week’s Famitsu scans are now available. Highlighted games include RPG Maker Fes and All Kamen Riders: Rider Revolution. Scans of both can be found below.

Bandai Namco has published the boxart for the retail game Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters. We have it above.

Amazon has given us a look at the cover for The Legend of Zelda: Legendary Edition, Vol. 1: Ocarina of Time Parts 1 & 2. What we have above is the cover. The second image below shows off the back.

The first Legendary Edition for The Legend of Zelda comes out in November. It includes two volumes of the Zelda manga series, presented in a deluxe format featuring new covers and color art pieces by Akira Himekawa.


Nintendo has updated the boxart for Mario Party: Star Rush. It’s certainly much nicer-looking now, and it no longer has the same image as an old Spaghetti-O’s can.

Here’s the previous version for reference:


We also have this new piece of art:



This week’s Famitsu scans are now available. Highlighted games include Puyo Puyo Chronicle, Metroid Prime: Federation Force, and Pokemon Sun/Moon. Scans of each title can be found in the gallery below.

River City: Tokyo Rumble boxart

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Thanks to GameFly, we now have the boxart for River City: Tokyo Rumble. You can see what it looks like above.

Originally, River City: Tokyo Rumble was going to be digital-only. Natsume ended up opting for a “limited edition physical release” following fan feedback.


Beginning with CoroCoro’s September 15 issue, a manga based on Pokemon Sun/Moon will be serialized. It’ll star a new trainer and his partner Rockruff as they go through the Alola Region.

The Japanese Pokemon Sun/Moon website has now updated with a few preview pages of the manga. View them in the gallery below.


moldclay is back with another update to his fan-made amiibo compatibility chart once again. In this latest version, it’s been brought up to version 10.0, adding in games like Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Azure Striker Gunvolt 2. The new Super Mario and Monster Hunter Stories figures are also now included. Check out the full image below.

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