Beautiful art from Metroid: Samus Returns’ opening
Metroid: Samus Returns doesn’t have a massive amount of story, which fans would probably agree is a good thing. However, Nintendo and MercurySteam did expand upon things a bit more compared to the original Game Boy game.
When you first start Samus Returns, you’ll be treated to an opening with lovely art recapping the first Metroid game. The images maintain the look of a comic book, and may look even better when viewed in stereoscopic 3D. Take a look at some images snapped from Metroid: Samus Returns’ opening below.
Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon boxart
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The boxarts are in for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon. The designs are the same worldwide, just with different ratings labels. We’ve included both above.
Layton’s Mystery Journey: EU boxart
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Yesterday, we got confirmation that Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy will be launching in Europe on October 6th. Nintendo also published the game’s boxart, which you can see above. Certainly a bit more mysterious and darker than the Japanese boxart:
Poi receiving physical copy for Switch
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As previously reported, Poi will be coming to the Switch. EB Games now has a listing up for a physical release, featuring extra content with the “Explorer Edition.”
This special edition is set to include:
- Extended Storyline
- More challenging boss battles
- Unlockable Soundtrack and Digital Art Book
- New costumes and hats only available within the “Explorer Edition”
- Joy-Con motion control support
The game is listed as $40 CAD.
Atelier Lydie & Soeur: Alchemists of the Mysterious Painting boxart
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Amazon Japan has posted the boxart for Atelier Lydie & Soeur: Alchemists of the Mysterious Painting. View it above.
Cartoon Network Battle Crashers, Monster Jam Crush It boxarts
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Amazon has provided boxarts for two Game Mill-published Switch games. The packaging image for Cartoon Network Battle Crashers is above, and the one for Monster Jam Crush It is below.
Photos of the Sonic Mania Collector’s Edition
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Although Sonic Mania is a digital game, SEGA has created a special package that comes with several physical goodies. Get a closer look at the full contents below.
The Sonic Mania Collector’s Edition features a number of items. Along with a digital code for the game, you’ll get a special box, statue, metallic collector’s card, and a cartridge cast with a golden ring.
Thanks to Jake for the tip.
European One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition boxart
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One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition is digital-only in North America, but Bandai Namco will be offering the game as a physical title in Europe. Have a look at the boxart above as posted by Amazon UK.
If you’re in North America, you can import One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition from Amazon here. The page says it doesn’t ship to the US, but you can in fact place an order.
Tentative Resident Evil Revelations Collection boxart, pre-orders open
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Amazon’s page for Resident Evil Revelations Collection is live. The listing contains a boxart image, though it’s labeled as not final. Even so, there’s a strong possibility that this could be the final packaging shot.
Thanks to Jes T for the tip.
Concept art of Marth and Anna in Fire Emblem Warriors
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The “Treasure Box” edition of Fire Emblem Warriors in Japan comes with an 80-page art book which contains, among other things, concept art of the characters. The Fire Emblem Warriors Twitter account shared two such pieces today – Marth and Anna. Incidentally, this our first proper look at Anna in Fire Emblem Warriors. So far, we know she’s in the game as a sort of navigator and guide – but it’d be a shame if she wasn’t playable with a great outfit like this.