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Earlier today, Team17 hosted a live stream to show off the final version of Worms W.M.D. See the archive below with tons of gameplay.

This past week, a Japanese release date was announced for Gal*Gun 2. It’s releasing in the territory in March 15.

Not to be outdone, PQube shared an update on the western version today. Gal*Gun 2 is coming to both North America and Europe in Spring 2018. No final date yet, but we’ll keep you updated when we have that information.

Here’s an official English overview and trailer for Gal*Gun 2:

Nintendo and Monolith Soft has kicked off a new “Production Notes” series of features for Xenoblade Chronicles 2. The first entry published in English today is dedicated to the story.

In the piece, screenwriter Yuichiro Takeda talks about how the story’s creation was a joint effort from himself, Kazuho Hyodo, and director Tetsuya Takahashi. Takeda was in charge of even chapters whereas Takeda worked on the odd ones. Takahashi handled the story itself. Takeda also says that Xenoblade Chronicles 2’s story has Takahashi’s most flair to date.

Below is the full piece from Takeda:

Nintendo is back again with another UK commercial for Xenoblade Chronicles 2. It’s the same sort of ad we’ve seen in Japan, but with English voices. Watch it below.

With the latest ARMS update, Nintendo introduced a new Party Crash mode. The first session has started today.

Party Crash is a special form of Party Match that runs for a limited time. Players need to adapt to new rules in order to rack up points and raise their Lab Level. A bonus period will also appear at certain times to give you a chance to increase your point earnings. Every Party Crash is also based around different fighters, so you can earn more points by using one of them.

Here’s some footage of Party Crash:

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:

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:

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.

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)

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