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Nintendo’s financial results for the second quarter are now in. The latest data covers sales for Switch and 3DS, overall results for the company, and more. We’ve rounded up the relevant information below.

Below are the latest Nintendo products that can be currently pre-ordered at retailers:

Minecraft: New 3DS Edition has been out digitally since the last Nintendo Direct. But as we know, Nintendo was preparing a physical version. A release date has now been announced.

You’ll be able to find Minecraft: New 3DS Edition in stores next month. Nintendo has set the release date for November 10.

The news was announced via Twitter:


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Update (10/25): This is up on Amazon Canada. Also, just to be clear, this system is Amazon-exclusive.


Original (10/23): A listing on Amazon has revealed that Nintendo will be publishing the New 3DS XL – Super NES Edition in North America. Along with the system designed after the SNES, you’ll receive a download code for Super Mario Kart.

Amazon’s listing shows a release date of November 27. You can pre-order the system here.

Below are some additional photos:

Thanks to Paul94, Alex, Juan R for the tip.

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

Switch – 31,092
PS4 – 25,075
New 2DS LL – 8,449
PS4 Pro – 6,203
New 3DS LL – 6,187
Vita – 3,535
2DS – 1,367
New 3DS – 195
Xbox One – 69
PS3 – 50
Wii U – 40

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

Switch – 40,803
PS4 – 16,933
New 2DS LL – 10,569
New 3DS LL – 8,369
PS4 Pro – 5,773
Vita – 3,938
2DS – 1,565
New 3DS – 242
Xbox One – 71
PS3 – 65
Wii U – 58

And here are the software charts:

Nintendo has gone live with the North American commercial for Fire Emblem Warriors. Have a look at the advert below.

Leading up to the launch of Fire Emblem Warriors, Nintendo Dream published monthly interviews with the development team. In its most recent issue, the Japanese magazine had its biggest discussion yet. Producer Yosuke Hayashi and director Hiroya Usuda were brought back once again in addition to artist Yuta Matsunaga to talk about Fire Emblem Warriors, with the two being interviewed a few weeks before release (and just prior to the Tokyo Game Show).

Hayashi and Usuda had a ton to say about all aspects of Fire Emblem Warriors. There was more talk about certain characters in the game and the handling of their reveals (including why Azura wasn’t on the initial roster), some of the troubles encountered with designs, approach to the story (light spoilers here), gameplay systems, and different modes.

If you’re interested in Fire Emblem Warriors, you’ll likely want to read our full translation below. Just strap yourselves in, since it’s a long one.

On launch day, Koei Tecmo and Nintendo prepared an update for Fire Emblem Warriors. Those who purchased the game will be able to receive the latest patch, version 1.1.0.

The Fire Emblem Warriors update adds battle results to the game’s History mode and a new feature for sorting in-game weapons. You should be able to pre-order the DLC as well. Finally, you can expect the usual bug fixes.

Source: Nintendo PR

We’re still about a day out from Fire Emblem Warriors’ launch in North America and Europe, but the game is already live on the Australian eShop. Players can purchase and download the title and put their money down for the season pass.

eShop listings for the DLC reveal previously-unknown information about what’s to come for Fire Emblem Warriors. Specifically, we now know about each of the new playable characters Koei Tecmo will be adding to the game. A total of nine characters are coming across the three different DLC packs, including Azura, Tharja, and more.

Here’s the full rundown of each DLC pack:

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

Switch – 40,803
PS4 – 16,933
New 2DS LL – 10,569
New 3DS LL – 8,369
PS4 Pro – 5,773
Vita – 3,938
2DS – 1,565
New 3DS – 242
Xbox One – 71
PS3 – 65
Wii U – 58

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

Switch – 38,204
PS4 – 16,680
New 2DS LL – 12,658
New 3DS LL – 8,534
PS4 Pro – 5,869
Vita – 3,545
2DS – 1,594
New 3DS – 265
Xbox One – 186
PS3 – 72
Wii U – 45

And here are the software charts:

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