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Among Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s various special editions is Europe’s Limited Edition. An unboxing video showing the full contents can be found bleow.

Konami is bringing two new games to the North American Wii U Virtual Console this week. According to Nintendo’s website, Dungeon Explorer and Neutopia are arriving tomorrow.

Dungeon Explorer’s overview is as follows:

“Dungeon Explorer is a multiplayer Action/RPG where up to 5 players can play at the same time. You can choose from 8 different character types: Fighter, Thief, Warlock, Witch, Bishop, Elf, Bard, or Knome. Depending on the character, the types of magic you can use, your attack strength, and your movement will all vary. To survive, you most know all about your enemies’ weaknesses. You must also know about the special attributes of each magic spell and use them to your greatest advantage. In team-play games, working together is the key to victory.”

And Neutopia’s description:

“In this action role-playing game, you take control of a brave boy who sets off on a journey to rescue the kidnapped princess and reclaim the 8 medallions that were stolen by the evil demon, Dirth. You’ll need to rely on your magic compass and information you’ve gathered to find entrances to labyrinths and defeat the bosses in them. Solve puzzles, avoid traps, move blocks, and destroy walls to uncover secret rooms in the labyrinths. Carefully use your map to uncover hidden treasure and powerful equipment. Travel the land, underground, sea, and sky on your quest to recover the medallions.”

Dungeon Explorer and Neutopia will each cost $5.99.


Update: Added in Wednesday’s updates.

Nintendo Badge Arcade has been receiving daily updates since heading to the 3DS eShop. Because it’s continually updated with content, we’re rounding up all of the additions and changes in a weekly post.

Here’s what’s on tap for the week of February 27:

February 27

– 11 Splatoon panels
– 6 Mario Kart 8 panels
– 7 Mario panels
– 6 Zelda panels
– 1 free play

Update: Confirmed for Europe as well on the same day.

Original: Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers appears to be receiving a worldwide release on the same day. The title was just confirmed for May 26 in Japan a few hours ago, and the same date has now been shared for North America.

The official Street Fighter account tweeted out the news:


Nintendo has posted a video that finally gives us a look at the eShop on Switch. It shows the merging of Wii U and 3DS eShop funds, and confirms that you’ll be able to download games in sleep mode.

Here’s the full look at the eShop plus the “News” feature on Switch:

MonoGame, a tool developers use to bring Windows games to other platforms, is officially compatible with Switch. TowerFall, Celeste, and Stardew Valley are all making use of the software.

The official MonoGame Twitter account shared the news:

Wii U’s lack of compatibility with MonoGame hurt the console somewhat. Axiom Verge’s developer struggled to get the game running on Nintendo’s old console, which required an outside team to be brought in and handle the port.


Another file size is in for a Switch eShop game. FAST RMX, Shin’en’s racer, will be 900 MB.

Other information from Shin’en is below:

File Size

As always we used all tricks to keep the file size super small without sacrificing any quality.
The file size of FAST RMX will therefore only be ~900 Megabytes! So anyone can download it really ‘FAST’ to their internal memory.

Despite the small size the game is full packed of content, with an overview below:

– 10 Cups
– 15 Vehicles
– 30 Individual tracks
– 47 Audio Tracks

Surround Sound

When playing in console mode on a 5.1 surround set you can hear other drivers coming from behind or passing by. Of course also most other actions have 3D sounds associated.

When playing in handheld mode we down-mix to stereo but still have 3D information processed (distance, panning, doppler effect..)

Touch Screen

All buttons in the menus can also be operated by touch! This makes it a breeze to select any items when playing in handheld mode.


An image has popped up on GameFAQs showing the full map included in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It’s a clear picture, devoid of borders, markings, and annotations. Head past the break for the complete map.

The full recording for this week’s Capcom TV is now available. Ultra Street Fighter II and Monster Hunter XX were both showcased.

For Ultra Street Fighter II, Capcom confirmed that touch controls are in. Buttons are naturally available, but it’s also possible to perform moves by touching the different areas of the Switch screen.

Fire Emblem and Ghosts ‘n Goblins collaborations were announced for Monster Hunter XX, but they seem to be pretty much the same as the ones offered in the English Generations release.

View the latest episode of Capcom TV in its entirety below. Ultra Street Fighter II’s touch controls are specifically shown at 1:48:00.

Wii U and 3DS will once again be undergoing maintenance tonight. Both systems will be impacted for around 90 minutes. Online play, rankings, etc. may be affected.

The maintenance schedule is as follows:

– 5 PM PT – 6:30 PM PT
– 8 PM ET – 9:30 PM ET
– 1 AM in the UK – 2:30 AM in the UK
– 2 AM in Europe – 3:30 AM in Europe


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