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During a live stream held on Niconico just a short while ago, Hamster unveiled the next slate of titles destined for Switch.

Five more games are confirmed. Burning Fight, Metal Slug X, The King of Fighters ’95, Robo Army, and Mutation Nation are all coming to the eShop.

Hamster hasn’t set release dates for these games as of yet. However, you can expect them to be rolled out in the weeks ahead.

As mentioned earlier today, Fire Emblem Heroes received new Special Maps to celebrate the upcoming launch of Fire Emblem Warriors. Watch some footage below.

This week’s European Nintendo Downloads are as follows;

Switch Retail

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 – €59.99 (available Friday)
Pokken Tournament DX – €59.99 (available Friday)

Switch Download

ACA NeoGeo Art of Fighting – €6.99
SteamWorld Dig 2 – €19.99
Thimbleweed Park – €19.99

This week’s North American Nintendo Downloads are as follows:

Switch Retail

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 – $49.99 (available Friday)
The LEGO Ninjago Movie Videogame – $59.99 (available Friday)
Pokken Tournament DX – $59.99 (available Friday)
Sine Mora EX – $29.99 (available Tuesday)
Soldam: Drop, Connect, Erase – $29.99

Switch Download

Arcade Archives Mario Bros. – $7.99
ACA NeoGeo Art of Fighting – $7.99
SteamWorld Dig 2 – $19.99
Thimbleweed Park – $19.99

Level-5 published a new commercial for Yo-kai Watch Busters 2, launching this December in Japan. View the advert below.

Art of Fighting launches on the Switch eShop today as the newest NeoGeo download. Have a look at some footage below.

A list has been published showing how many games each major gaming platform has on display at the Tokyo Game Show this year. Switch is included, and it looks like the console has a pretty good showing.

46 different Switch games can be found at TGS. As the system’s first year, that isn’t too shabby. Indie games and other smaller eShop titles are definitely a factor, but those types of projects shouldn’t be ignored.

We’re also able to see that 3DS representation is down heavily from 36 games in 2016 to just 9 this year. Wii U has also gone down from 13 to 3, though that’s hardly surprising.



During today’s live stream for Fire Emblem Warriors, Koei Tecmo debuted a new piece of art. Fans quickly noticed that Anna was included in the promo piece. You would think that she’s confirmed for Fire Emblem Warriors, though nothing has been said officially at this time. More news will be shared for the title at Tokyo Game Show throughout the rest of the week, so perhaps Koei Tecmo will make an official announcement over the next few days.


Capcom has released a trailer for the next big update for Monster Hunter Stories, which will bring the game to version 1.3. Highlights include new Monsties to fight, being able to challenge the Black Riders, as well as new character customization options that will allow you to re-create the characters from the Monster Hunter Stories anime. The update will be available in Japan sometime this Winter; it’s unclear at the moment if and when this update will be available for the Western version of the game as well.


We are now mere hours away from the release of Pokken Tournament DX. Why not shorten the wait by watching this trailer focused on Weavile:

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