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VooFoo Studios announced today that Mantis Burn Racing is heading to Switch. Here’s a quick rundown of the racer:

Mantis Burn Racing is a visually stunning, action-packed top-down racing game that combines real-world ‘fun’ physics with intuitive controls in highly competitive ‘one-more-go’ style races that players of all ages and abilities can enjoy. Prove your race skills in 5 unique classes of vehicles over an extensive 11-season career with multiple challenges in fast, frenetic, bumper-to-bumper races where winning is everything!

Mantis Burn Racing features an RPG-style upgrade system, 4-player split-screen multiplayer, and online play with up to eight players. The Switch version will have all DLC, including “Battle Cars”, “Elite” class vehicles, and “Snowbound” tracks.

Mantis Burn Racing doesn’t have a release date yet, but it’s coming soon. Those attending EGX in the UK this weekend can give the game a try. We’ve added in a trailer below.

Source: VooFoo Studios PR

Casual Bit Games created a new trailer for Battle Princess Madelyn to celebrate the game’s Kickstarter success. Watch it below.

All sorts of outlets have come forward with Super Mario Odyssey footage with Nintendo lifting a preview embargo today. We’ve rounded up a ton of videos below.

Pokemon GO is kicking off a special event later this week as we move from summer to fall. Get the full details from Niantic below.

With cool autumn nights quickly approaching in the Northern Hemisphere and sunny spring days arriving in the Southern Hemisphere, we thought it would be the perfect time to celebrate the coming equinox with an in-game event. New seasons mean new adventures!

From 1:00 P.M. PDT on September 22 to 1:00 P.M. PDT on October 2, 2017, you’ll have the opportunity to earn double Stardust for catching Pokémon and hatching Eggs as you walk around your neighborhood discovering new sights. While you’re out exploring, be sure to visit your local PokéStops and Gyms to collect special 2 km Eggs that have the opportunity to hatch Pokémon such as Chansey, Mareep, Larvitar, and more. You’ll also be able to get special boxes from the in-game shop that feature items like Lucky Eggs, Lure Modules, and all-new Super Incubators which hatch Eggs 1.5 times quicker!

Registering a new Pokémon to your Pokédex during this limited-time celebration will earn you triple the normal XP. So that makes this a very good time to battle against the Legendary Pokémon originally from the Johto region. Don’t forget that Raikou, Entei, or Suicune will each travel to a new part of the world on September 30, so make sure to battle the Legendary Pokémon currently in your area while you can!


The latest Japanese hardware sales from Media Create are as follows:

Switch – 44,052
PS4 – 19,322
New 3DS LL – 10,650
New 2DS LL – 8,761
PS4 Pro – 5,338
Vita – 3,847
2DS – 1,726
New 3DS – 428
PS3 – 99
Wii U – 86
Xbox One – 57

For comparison’s sake, here are the hardware numbers from last week:

Switch – 45,439
PS4 – 18,483
PS4 Pro – 10,999
New3DS LL – 9,628
New2DS LL – 9,403
Vita – 3,913
2DS – 1,772
New 3DS – 331
PS3 – 115
Wii U – 90
Xbox One – 63

And here are the software charts:

Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime, which was only just made known through last week’s Japanese Nintendo Direct, already has a release date. Developer Asteroid Base announced today that the launch will be taking place on October 3. Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime will cost $14.99.

In Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime, you can expect frenzied co-op action as you switch back and forth between manning a spacecraft’s controls, weapons, and defenses against alien robots. If you’d prefer playing the campaign alone, you can do so with a trusty AI space dog or cat.

We have plenty of additional information about Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime below, along with a new Switch trailer.

Chucklefish is currently creating Wargroove for Switch. Additionally, the company is publishing Stardew Valley and Pocket Rumble on Nintendo’s console. Going forward, we can count on even more Chucklefish Switch support.

Studio CEO Finn Brice told one fan on Twitter yesterday:

Based on the comment above, we should expect Chucklefish’s next game on Switch, which Brice recently teased on Twitter. Aside from the image below, not much is known.

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Fire Emblem Heroes has been updated with new content once again. Players have access to a new Bound Hero Battle and Summoning Focus.

As for the Bound Hero Battle, heroes from Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade are featured in Special Maps. Orbs are available the first time you clear the battle. Hard and Infernal difficulties are included.

Continuing with the Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade theme, a new summoning focus has gone live. Ninian, Hawkeye, and one of their most important allies from Blazing Blade are here. You won’t have to use an Orb the first time you summon.

Here’s footage of today’s new content:

Ever since Gamescom, we’ve heard about Final Fantasy XV potentially coming to Switch in some fashion. Director Hajime Tabata has now commented on the situation once again in an interview with Eurogamer.

Some have thought that Square Enix would look to bring the recently-announced Pocket Edition of Final Fantasy XV to Switch. However, the company has been instead trying to determine if the original game can be put on Nintendo’s console.

Tabata said:

The way in which NES Golf on Switch can be unlocked came to light yesterday. Even so, it almost seemed too crazy to be true. Additional videos and images have surfaced over the past several hours, and with all of the evidence out there, it’s looking more and more like the discovery is real.

One such video is below. You’ll notice that it even includes audio from late Nintendo president Satoru Iwata saying “chokusetsu” (“direct”). With the unlock date being July 11 – the date of his passing – it seems like whoever came up with this went all out in honoring him.

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