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This week’s Nintendo Minute has gone live. In today’s episode, Kit and Krysta catch up with the developers of Monster Hunter Generations. Watch the full video below.

Minecraft: Wii U Edition patch 10 came out earlier this week following some maintenance. Along with bug fixes and issues that were addressed, it adds the Battle Map Pack 2 (Atlantis, Ruin and Siege) as well as the Redstone Specialists Skin Pack. Check out some footage of the update below.

Bandai Namco has shared a new Dragon Ball: Fusions video showing off the battle system. Check it out below.

Thanks to Siliconera, we also have the following details:

– Fusion system lets you fuse pretty much any character
– Different enemies appear in Fusion World
– The characters attack in the order of a “Timeline”
– Characters closest to the right being the next in line to attack
– 3 main commands
– Basic attacks are split between Fight and Energy Ball options
– Fight is a close-ranged melee attack with high power while Energy Ball uses Ki and will allow you to pull off multiple attacks depending on its type
– Special Attack: most powerful one for dealing damage
– Other options such as “Charge Ki” and “Check Power”
– Character triangle with each character fitting under a category of Power, Technique, and Speed
– Power beats Technique
– Technique bests Speed
– Speed takes out Power.
– “Ring Out”: used to blow enemies away and send them further to the left in the Timeline order
– If used properly, you can keep certain enemies from attacking by keeping them pushed back
– This will also come in handy when you want to pull off Support Attacks
– Activate Support Attacks with multiple characters just by having their turn orders next to each other in the Timeline
– Deal more damage with more characters for Support Attacks
– Different Support Attack categories
– Fight-type: deals more damage than the basic version and blows enemies away
– Energy Ball-type: aren’t as strong as the Fight-type counterparts, but they can hit multiple enemies at once
– Support-type: various effects such as healing abilities and buffs
– Maxi Gauge: choose between the two of “All-Out Attack” and “Maxi-Fusion”
– All-Out Attacks start an action battle mode where you can perform attacks in action battle style by pressing A and X for physical and energy attacks, Y and B for guarding and evading
– Can recruit enemies hit with All-Out Attacks
– Maxi-Fusion is an ultimate attack that allows you to fuse together with your entire party to deal devastating damage on the enemies


Polygon and IGN have shared another more footage from the Toybox version of Yooka-Laylee Playtonic put out earlier today. The download allows players to mess around with some of what the platformer will offer next year. See the latest gameplay below.

A demo for One Piece: Great Pirate Colosseum is out now in Japan. For a look at it, check out the video below.

Recently, Atlus released a demo for Etrian Odyssey V on the Japanese 3DS eShop. Watch over two hours of footage from the download below.

PDP has come out with three new amiibo displays based on Donkey Kong, Zelda, and Bowser. Take a look at each one below.

The Candy Drop mini-game was added to Miitomo today as part of the app’s latest update. Below, you’ll find some footage of it in action.

The third Play Nintendo Show has gone live. The new video, posted below, focuses on Kirby: Planet Robobot as Andrew and Izzy share their top copy abilities alongside tips and tricks.

Yooka-Laylee Toybox footage

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As previously mentioned, Playtonic released Yooka-Laylee’s Toybox to eligible backers earlier today, giving fans a chance to try out the platformer’s mechanics and experience some of its elements. View some footage of the “demo” below.

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