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Ever since Splatoon 2 was first revealed, we’ve known that different kinds of legwear will be available in the game as an additional way of customizing your Inkling. What wasn’t known, however, was whether they would be tied to a specific shirt or shoes or whether you can freely choose which pants to wear. Footage from the latest Nintendo Direct now confirms that it’s the latter – the “Style” tab in the game’s options menu shows that the female Inkling can choose between standard pants, a skirt and spat.

This also confirms that are a total of four hairstyles to choose from for each gender.


Sonic Forces teases new character

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Thus far, the only character we’ve seen in Sonic Forces has been Sonic – in both his Modern and Classics forms. But during today’s Nintendo Direct, a “new ally” was teased. It’s possible that the character is connected to Sonic Forces’ third gameplay style.


Update: Make that four characters, actually!

These are the first two:

And two others:

Original:NeoGAF member JoeInky has spotted two new characters for Arms. In footage shown during today’s Nintendo Direct, we get a small glimpse of what looks to be a woman character and a robot. Neither has been revealed yet, but Nintendo should be sharing more details leading up to the June launch.


The Switch eShop updated today with the English Puyo Puyo Tetris. Take a look at some footage of it below.

Splatoon 2 now has a release date. Previously given a general “Spring 2017” window, the Switch title is now confirmed for July 21. Nintendo made the date known during its new Nintendo Direct broadcast just now.

We also have the following news about a new mode and amiibo:

Arms was one of the first games Nintendo announced for Switch back in January. During its Nintendo Direct presentation today, the company announced that the game will launch on June 16. A new character Min Min was also introduced.

It’s been a long while since the last general Nintendo Direct. Today, Nintendo is finally hosting a new presentation that will reveal news for both Switch and 3DS. Arms and Splatoon 2 are the focus, though we should be seeing other games as well.

You can watch today’s Nintendo Direct as it happens below. We have streams for all three versions: North America, Europe, and Japan. On top of that, we’ll have a live blog going below – big thanks to Zack for handling that for me. Important news will receive separate posts on the site.

Enjoy the Nintendo Direct! According to the Japanese stream, it will run for about 35 minutes.

North America

Xbox boss Phil Spencer often tends to share positive vibes when speaking about Nintendo. On two separate occasions for example, Spencer praised Switch.

Spencer is back at it again with a new interview from Gamasutra. He finds Switch “interesting”, and likes how Nintendo is quick to innovate. 

Spencer’s full words:

“Nintendo, I thought, did a cool thing with picking mobile. They kind of said okay, Switch is going to be a console that you can take with you. That’s an interesting idea. Nintendo always does cool things, right. They did the second screen with Wii U, they obviously did the Wii and motion gaming in the room. I love that innovation.

Having innovation that really brings third-parties along is critical to us, I think; Nintendo tends to have great success in their first-party on their platforms and then third-parties usually come in a little bit later, usually because Nintendo creates things that are less like other things. Which is, you know, kudos to them. I think it’s a fantastic part of the industry.”


American voice actress and voice director Wendee Lee has been sharing news about Xenoblade Chronicles 2 on social media. That’s notable because Lee is from Cup of Tea Productions, the same team that worked on Xenoblade Chronicles X.

Fans are speculation about what this might mean. One possibility is that Xenoblade Chronicles 2 will feature an American dub. A different company handled the original Xenoblade Chronicles, which received British voice acting.

Of course, this is only speculation for now. Time will tell how Nintendo is approaching Xenoblade Chronicles 2’s localization.


A very neat ad for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has been found in New York. The street art, apparently located specifically in Brooklyn, leaves an ever bigger impression at night. When the sun sets, the painting comes to life even more and really leaves an impact.

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