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Capcom only just announced Mega Man 11 today, but it looks like we can look forward to a whole bunch of news very soon. It was revealed during today’s 30th anniversary live stream for the series that the game is featured in this month’s issue of Game Informer. Along with the cover treatment, we’ll be hearing much more about Mega Man 11.

Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 and 2 are in the works for Switch, Capcom announced during its 30th anniversary live stream celebration for the series. Both will support amiibo.

The original Mega Man Legacy Collection came to 3DS in 2016. However, Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 hasn’t been available on any Nintendo system – until now.

Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 and 2 will launch for Switch sometime in Summer 2018.

During its Mega Man 30th anniversary celebration live stream, Capcom revealed Mega Man 11, and it’s coming to Switch. The game is slated for late 2018.

Watch the first trailer for Mega Man 11 below.

All of the Mega Man X games are coming to Switch, Capcom has announced. The eight titles will be released on Nintendo’s console during Mega Man’s 30th anniversary.

Aside from the initial announcement, no further information was provided.

Today’s news was just shared during Capcom’s 30th anniversary live stream by developer Kazuhiro Tsuchiya. We’ll let you know if anything else is announced.

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Digital Foundry published a new analysis for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 today. The resolution and frame rate were both examined in-depth along with improvements from Xenoblade Chronicles X.

One thing to discuss out of the gate is Xenoblade Chronicles 2’s resolution. Ultimately, the game runs at 720p when docked. Some have thought that a dynamic resolution could be employed, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. Digital Foundry believes the confusion lies in a heavy use of anti-aliasing, which can make image quality blurry.

Footage has emerged showing off the upcoming version of The End is Nigh. Watch some gameplay in the video below.

Capcom is hosting a 30th anniversary celebration for Mega Man today. The main festivities begin at 11 AM PT / 2 PM ET / 7 PM in the the UK / 8 PM in Europe. However, a “Streamer Showdown” pre-shown is actually starting now.

As for what this event will actually entail, we’re not quite sure at the moment. Nintendo of America has retweeted the event, and fans have been told that it’s something they won’t want to miss. A game announcement isn’t guaranteed, but that would certainly be nice.

In any case, you can watch the live stream as it happens below. If something notable happens to come out of this, we’ll be sure to share the news.

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In the past, Pokemon GO’s in-game map has been powered by Google. But in recent days, the game has been updated, and has switched to OpenStreetMap. Some players have noticed that the map in Pokemon GO looks different as a result.

The change hasn’t applied in every single region just yet. It appears to have been rolled out in the United States as well as a number of South American and Asian countries.

Arcade Distillery is putting Plague Road on Switch later this week. The developer isn’t stopping there, as three additional titles are confirmed for the console. SkullPirates, War Theatre, and Manufactured Beauty will be on Switch sometime in 2018.

The news was recently shared on Twitter:


We have a bunch more on all three games below. This includes a trailer for Skull Pirates War Theatre.

JanduSoft released a launch trailer for Caveman Warriors, arriving on Switch later this week. You can see it below.

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