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Capcom has released the first trailer for Monster Hunter XX on Switch. We’ve gone ahead and posted it below.

Capcom also shared the first details about Monster Hunter XX on Switch today. Here’s what we know as of now:

– 1080p docked, 720 portable
– Control scheme is refined to fit well with Switch in both TV and portable mode
– Local and online 4-player multiplayer
– You also can play it together with 3DS if you use internet
– You can bring back Switch save data to 3DS too
– You can bring almost all save data from X to Switch’s XX
– And you can share save data of XX in between 3DS and Switch
– Switch hardware bundle
– Not only the dock, but the console itself has a unique design (to be shown later)
– Refined UI

All of this information was shared at the Monster Hunter Championship 2017 event held in Japan today. As noted in our last post, the game launches on August 25. No word yet on a western release at this time, but Switch is region free.

Capcom announced Monster Hunter XX for Switch out of nowhere last night. At the Monster Hunter Championship 2017 event today, the company announced that it’ll be releasing on August 25.

The retail version will cost 5,800. Digitally, it’ll be a bit less at 5,546 yen.

ARMS Global Testpunch now live

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ARMS Global Testpunch is now beginning. Throughout the weekend, Switch owners can try out the game during six different sessions, with more to come next week.

The first round has just gone live. We’ve posted the full schedule for this weekend below.

THQ Nordic’s first title on Switch will have a physical release. Amazon has a listing up for the title, and also shows off the boxart – attached above. You can currently pre-order the game here.

The official Nintendo Treehouse Tumblr is kicking off a new series of posts dedicated to ARMS. Today’s debut entry was written by JC Rodrigo, who writes about the game’s motion controls in-depth. Read up on the full entry here.

Cars 3: Driven to Win now has a listing on the Switch eShop. If you plan on going digital, you’ll need to ensure that you have 4.2GB of free space. Of course, you can choose to buy the game at retail.

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Natsume recently announced Harvest Moon: Light of Hope for Switch and other platforms. At E3 in June, it’ll be shown off for the first time.

Aside from Harvest Moon: Light of Hope, Natsume has more Nintendo-related news in store. The latest “State of the Farm” update teases:

“We have more exciting E3 news to announce that will be sure to please Nintendo fans! Keep watching our Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram for additional game reveals and more as we count down the days to June 13th.”

So… any guesses as to what this is about?

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Capcom and Nintendo have one more video ready designed for players to get the most out of Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers. View it below to learn about some useful tactics that’ll give you the edge in battle.

Disgaea 5 was originally developed for the PlayStation 4. Now that it’s made the jump to Switch in the form of Disgaea 5 Complete, the game’s trophies remain in place.

Above is a screenshot of one trophy you can earn in Disgaea 5 Complete. It pretty much nails the same notification that comes up on PS4 when you earn any trophy on the console. Since Switch lacks system-wide trophies, the ones in Disgaea 5 Complete has one NPC keeping track of them all.

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THQ Nordic is publishing Battle Chasers: Nightwar and Sine Mora EX on Switch. Now the company may have another title planned for the platform as well.

This Is the Police is being listed by two retailers in Germany. GameStop and Saturn both have listings up for the adventure strategy title.

THQ Nordic hasn’t officially announced This Is the Police for Switch, but that could change in the near future. We’ve included a video and information about the game below.

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