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Nintendo is going back to Zelda’s roots with Breath of the Wild. Today, the company issued a new post on its Japanese website to show how its new Switch / Wii U game compares in some aspects to the original.

Nintendo prepared four different comparisons. They’re as follows:

– Old man: found right away in the original game and in Breath of the Wild; gives you a sword in the original Zelda, but nothing in Breath of the Wild; in Breath of the Wild you have to manage weapons yourself such as by stealing them from enemies
– Spectacle Rock: two rocks form the shape of glasses in both games, but it now looks more like a mountain than just a rock in Breath of the Wild
– Raft: used to navigate water in the original Zelda, also in Breath of the Wild by using the Korok Leaf; it’s an important tool in very cold rivers that you can’t swim in
– Skull shape: shape of a skull appears in Zelda’s final dungeon and in a certain enemy hideout in Breath of the Wild; in Breath of the Wild, you can even use the skull shape to your advantage by having the lantern inside one of the skull eyes to fall, cause an explosion, and instantly wipe out the enemies inside

Here are the four comparison shots:


Following Nintendo announcing the Japanese release date for Momotaro Dentetsu 2017: Tachiagare Nippon!! earlier today, Amazon posted the official boxart. View it above, and check out some screenshots below.


Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers was previously given a November launch window. Thanks to a listing on the eShop, we now a specific and final date. Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers arrives on November 6.

The same listing also provides the first 3DS screenshots of Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers. We’ve rounded them up in the gallery below.

Several new games out came out this week on the Wii U and 3DS eShops. If you’re interested in checking out what’s new in screenshot form, take a look at the gallery below.

Koei-Tecmo published a bit more information on Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death today. While no further gameplay details were provided, the company did confirm that the game would have voice acting, and that all the voice actors from the anime would return for the game. Character artwork released via Famitsu today reveals that pretty much every major character from the anime is going to be in the game as well. Famitsu also released a couple more in-game screens. Take a look at them in the gallery bellow:

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Famitsu published the first screenshots from the newly-announced Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death. View them below.


While Megami Meguri is a free-2-play title, it will see a physical release in Japan via the “Complete Edition” and the “Collector’s Box”. Today, Capcom detailed the contents of the Collector’s Box a bit more via (credit to Perfectly Nintendo for the translation. Other than some physical goodies, it will also contain 20 jewels, the in-game currency that allows you to do various things such as:

  • “cheat” during the game’s board game section, for example allowing you to teleport to other locations or influence the dice rolls
  • open more than once treasure box at once
  • retake one trials at a lower difficulty should you fail them

Here are the rest of the Collector Box’s contents:

  • Megami Meguri collector’s packaging
  • Special art book (A4 size, 36 pages. Includes illustrations for Mikumo, the Seven Pillars Goddesses, interview/comments from the developers, storyboards for the opening animation, artworks of Tsukumo’s expressions, and more)
  • Original soundtrack CD
  • A1-size “Summer-style Tsukumo” cloth poster
  • Download code for five exclusive costumes: “Relaxing Room Wear,” “Cute Maid,” “Attending Shrine Maiden Costume,” “Book Girl Sailor Outfit,” and “Wedding Dress”

Head past the break for the tracklist of the soundtrack CD that comes with the Collector’s Box and some new screenshots:

Several new games out came out this week on the Wii U and 3DS eShops. If you’re interested in checking out what’s new in screenshot form, take a look at the gallery below.

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