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As we reported yesterday, Magikarp Jump is now available on the Japanese Google Play and iOS stores. However, what’s noteworthy is that this release came with a new patch for the game, which brings it to version 1.0.1. This version includes language support for English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Korean and Traditional Chinese. If you can access the Japanese web stores, you can now play the game in the language of your choosing. Even if you can’t do that though, it shouldn’t be too much longer until the game is properly released in more countries.


The recent update for Pokemon Shuffle has quite a few new event stages to check out.

Special stages for Rowlet and Mudsdale are currently available, as well as new daily Pokemon: Tuesday is Pyukumuku, Wednesday is Oricorio Sensu Style, Thursday is Mudbray, Friday is Dartrix and Monday is Oricorio Baile Style.

A new Pokemon Safari is now live with the Pokemon being Grubbin, Charjabug, Vikavolt, Crabrawler and Crabominable.

Finally a new competitive stage is available with Incineroar. These events will run until June 5th.


CEO of Level-5, Akihiro Hino, talked with Nikkei Trendy about his personal experiences with the Nintendo Switch and at the very end states that the company is working on games that support the Nintendo Switch. You can check out the excerpt below.

Hino:“I think Switch is good. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is extremely fun. It’s almost dangerous. (Laughs.) Actually, playing with Switch myself, my impression [of the system] has changed a lot from when it was still in development. I was hesitant about its ‘play both inside and outside’ style, but I feel like there is a considerable potential there.

“Anyway, Zelda is a lot of fun, so I personally carry it around and play it as much as I can, even on airplanes. The model that Nintendo gave me is the one with the red- and blue-colored controllers, so when I carried it around a lot, the looks I got made me self-conscious. I bought the black controller that they released myself and attached it. (Laughs.)

“I think the Style of Switch is a wonderful fit for competitive games. You can play if you’re gathered in real life, as well as online. For example, I think the fact that the game lovers within a company can get together and play Mario Kart is really fascinating and interesting. And while I can’t say the content quite yet, we’re working on game(s)* that support [Switch].”



505 Games readied a new trailer for the sandbox action RPG Portal Knights. Take a look at the video below.

Portal Knights is coming to Switch, but we don’t have a release date as of yet. We’ll give you a heads up when that changes.

Earlier today, brand new images emerged showing map sketches from Sonic the Hedgehog 2. These were shown by Hirokazu Yasuhara, who worked on the game as a planner.

You can see the images for yourself below. One map is particularly noteworthy, as it shows the cut Genocide City level which never made it into the final game.

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Next week, the Switch eShop is adding another game with Astro Duel Deluxe from Panic Button. Keep in mind that the download takes up 278MB of space. It launches on May 30.


For those of you hoping to play the upcoming Middle-Earth: Shadow of Warr on your Switch, it seems you’ll have slay Orcs and Uruk-Hai elsewhere. In an interview with GameSpot, creative Vice President of Monolith Productions Michael de Plater said that the studio currently has “no plans” to bring the title to the Nintendo Switch at this time.

GP: You’ve confirmed Xbox Scorpio and PS4 Pro support. But can you get this on the Switch?

VP: No plans for the Switch at this time.

Unfortunate, but one can always hope that the game will be ported in the future.


In a truly bizarre but undeniably cool display of Nintendo fandom, a fan decides to take to the skies with his Switch, jumping out of a plane while playing Breath of the Wild. In the fan made tribute video to the Switch, YouTuber Юзя shows off his love for the console by traveling to various locations with his Switch. The video, called “Banana Switch,” has a nice Donkey Kong Country theme going for it and is well worth the 2 minutes you’ll spend watching it.

You can check it out below.


The Girl and the Robot finally graces Wii U this week. On Thursday, the game launches in North America. Note that the eShop download is 1872MB.


Select My Nintendo members are starting to receive a message in their inbox about an opportunity to take a survey. Upon completion, you’ll be awarded 30 Platinum Points. The survey will be around until September 6.

Just to reiterate, it’s not going out to everyone. It is being sent to members in both North America and Europe (thanks LordofGamez)



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