Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon details/screenshots – new areas, Necrozma story, new Z-Moves
Posted 1 day ago by Brian in 3DS, News, Screenshots | 26 Comments
The Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon website has updated with new information about both games, as well as screenshots. We mainly learn that the games will feature new buildings and landscapes, a story centered around Necrozma, and new Z-Moves. Find everything rounded up below.
Brand new Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon trailers
Posted 1 day ago by Brian in 3DS, Videos | 11 Comments
Two brand new trailers have just come in for Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon – one in English, and another in Japanese. Watch them both below.
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Let’s Sing 2018 heading to Switch and Wii
Posted 1 day ago by Brian in News, Switch, Wii | 13 Comments
Let’s Sing 2018 was announced today, and the game is heading to two generations of Nintendo platforms. It’ll be available on October 20 for Wii, and this Christmas on Switch. Ravenscourt and Voxler says Let’s Sing 2018 will be Switch’s first karaoke game.
Let’s Sing 2018 features 30 international smash hits, including “Hymn For The Weekend” from Coldplay, “Faded” from Alan Walker, “I Hate U” from Gnash ft. Olivia O’Brien, and “Rockabye” from Clean Bandit ft. Sean Paul & Anne-Marie. Other chart toppers from the likes of Lukas Graham with “7 Years”, Calvin Harris with “My Way”, The Chainsmokers ft. Halsey with “Closer” and more will be added as well.
Pokemon Gold & Silver VC release getting packaged versions in Europe
Posted 1 day ago by Matt in 3DS, News | 13 Comments
The 3DS Virtual Console releases of Pokemon Gold and Pokemon Silver are fast approaching – they will be available to download on September 22. Additionally, Nintendo of Europe announced today that special packaged versions of the games will also be available to purchase in stores on the same day. Naturally they won’t contain a cartridge of the games, but instead just a download. Still, it’s definitely a nice collector’s item.
So far, this has only been confirmed for Europe, but we’d be surprised if Japan and North America weren’t getting boxed releases as well.
Yesterday, we got confirmation that Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy will be launching in Europe on October 6th. Nintendo also published the game’s boxart, which you can see above. Certainly a bit more mysterious and darker than the Japanese boxart:
Classic Squiffer being added to Splatoon 2 tomorrow
Posted 1 day ago by Matt in News, Switch | 3 Comments
Once again, a new weapon is coming to Splatoon 2. Tomorrow, the Classic Squiffer will be available to purchase from Sheldon. Assuming it hasn’t changed that much from the first game, the Classic Squiffer is a charger with a comparatively short range, but a fast charge time and low ink usage. It’ll come with the point sensor sub-weapon and the Ink Armor special.
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Fire Emblem Heroes – Blade skills summoning focus
Posted 1 day ago by Nick in Mobile, News | 0 comments
The newest Fire Emblem Heroes summoning focus is called blade skills and is meant to give you heroes with skills that help with damage output. This focus has three mages being Nino, Tharja and Odin and will be available until September 4th . On top of the focus there are also now special quests for training tower, these quests are daily and will last until September 8th.
Full North American Monster Hunter Stories site open, footage
Posted 1 day ago by Brian in 3DS, News | 0 comments
It didn’t take long for Nintendo to open the full North American website for Monster Hunter Stories. You can access it here.
The site has plenty of details about Monster Hunter Stories, along with screenshots and gameplay clips. We’ve rounded up the footage below.
Thanks to Gervaise B-A for the tip.