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Project Octopath Traveler producer Masashi Takahashi has delivered a message to fans. In it, he reveals that the demo survey has received 45,500 responses around the world. The team promises to read through all of the responses and will deliver feedback in the future.

Below is Takahashi’s message in full:

Fire Emblem Heroes will be undergoing maintenance next week. On November 27 / November 28, the app will be down for several hours.

The maintenance schedule is as follows:

– 3 PM PT (November 27) – 8 PM PT (November 27)
– 6 PM ET (November 27) – 11 PM ET (November 27)
– 11 PM in the UK (November 27) – 4 AM in the UK (November 28)
– 12 AM in Europe (November 28) – 5 AM in Europe (November 28)

Nintendo specifically says that the maintenance period will pave the way for Fire Emblem Heroes’ newest update, version 2.0.0. We’ll let you know when it’s live.


Before Nintendo shut down Miiverse, users were able to submit requests for their post history. Fans were told that archives would be sent out containing all the posts they made up to the day of the closure.

Emails are now starting to go out containing the entire post history. It should come with all drawings and whatever else you posted on Miiverse. Just keep in mind that you’ll need to access the download link included with your email before the year ends.

We don’t have to remind you that 2K’s handling of WWE 2K18 on Switch has been incredibly odd. Since the initial announcement awhile back, we’ve barely heard a peep about the game. Other than 2K saying last week that news would be coming soon, that’s all we’ve really seen.

The latest development is a strange one. Apparently WWE 2K18 is already available for purchase on Switch in some European shops despite 2K still not committing to a firm release date. At this point we have no idea what’s going on, but it seems as though the official launch isn’t too far off.

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

Switch – 86,999
New 2DS LL – 29,013
PS4 – 18,126
New 3DS LL – 11,074
PS4 Pro – 8,176
2DS – 3,113
Vita – 3,090
New 3DS – 280
Xbox One X – 143
Xbox One – 104
PS3 – 46
Wii U – 43

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

Switch – 79,958
PS4 – 20,021
New 2DS LL – 10,323
New 3DS LL – 7,296
PS4 Pro – 6,037
Vita – 3,210
2DS – 1,484
Xbox One X – 1,344
New 3DS – 266
Xbox One – 121
PS3 – 41
Wii U – 36

And here are the software charts:

Niantic is rolling out another update for Pokemon GO. Very soon, players on iOS will be able to download version 1.53.2. It’s version 0.83.1 for Android users.

The new Pokemon GO update addresses the following:

– Added support and made optimizations for the iPhone X screen resolution.
– Removed support for devices running iOS 8.
– Resolved a bug causing error banners to remain visible until the app is restarted.
– Resolved a bug that prevented Trainers from powering up Pokémon to their max CP.
– Improved load times when you open the app.
– Various bug fixes and performance updates.


Gal*Gun 2 details and screenshots

Posted on 16 hours ago by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 10 Comments | 0 Likes

Inti Creates has published an initial wave of Gal*Gun 2 details and screenshots. We have a general introduction to the game, information about characters, and more. We’ve rounded everything up below, courtesy of Gematsu.

Nippon Ichi published a new wave of details and screenshots for Your Four Knight Princess Training Story today. The information covers battle styles, growth elements and actions, and more. Find everything below, courtesy of Gematsu.

Nintendo has new maintenance lined up for Splatoon 2 later this week. It goes without saying, but this will pave the way for the big update that was announced yesterday.

Here’s when the maintenance will be taking place:

– 4:50 PM PT (November 23) – 6:30 PM PT (November 23)
– 7:50 PM ET (November 23) – 9:30 PM ET (November 23)
– 12:50 AM in the UK (November 24) – 2:30 AM in the UK (November 24)
– 1:50 AM in Europe (November 24) – 3:30 AM in Europe (November 24)


Eden Games and Microids aren’t done with Gear.Club Unlimited. After launching the game yesterday, the game will continue to receive support.

The first true update we can look forward to is in January. Microids has said that players can anticipate the following:

– Addition of a Championship mode to local multiplayer
– Improvement of car selection’s screen (especially in local multiplayer)
– Performance shop: players will be able to have 10 cars in their performance shop instead of 4
– Addition of a new rear-view camera
– Navigation on performance shop improved

Source: Microids PR

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