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Kotaku editor-in-chief Stephen Totilo reached out to a local New York GameStop yesterday to find out if the store had any Switch units available. Oddly, Totilo was told that he would only be sold the system if he purchased a $50 warranty.

Kotaku editor Cecilia D’Anastasio then called other GameStops and visited a few outlets. Four GameStop locations in New York City did have Switch units in stock, though would only sell them in bundles, which could include just a warranty and a game or a warranty, two games and a case. A number of employees said it was something they “had” to do.

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Wii U and 3DS online services will be down a few days from now. Online play of games on both platforms may be influenced.

The maintenance schedule is as follows:

 – 6 PM PT (September 25) – 9 PM PT (September 25)
 – 9 PM ET (September 25) – 12 AM ET (September 26) 
 – 2 AM in the UK (September 26) – 5 AM in the UK (September 26)
 – 3 AM in Europe (September 26) – 6 AM in Europe (September 26)

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A short while ago, we posted a new Super Mario Odyssey advert from Japan. The image itself is nice and all, but when you look at it more closely, something very interesting is potentially revealed.

It goes without saying, but potential spoilers regarding the map follow below.

Nintendo UK just posted some special codes on their website to unlock some cool outfits in the game. Simply press X to get to your menu, then select “Special Code.”

The codes for the leather jackets as seen above are here:

Male: 6GSSALLDM9RL

Female: NQLMEMRGX37X

The codes for the Decidueye shirt as seen below are here:

Male: TC2JY22VBQUU

Female: J7XEEQLYNDMT

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We’re just over a month away until Super Mario Odyssey hits store shelves. As a result, Nintendo is ramping up its promotional efforts. Ads are starting to appear in Japan, including the one pictured above.

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Along with all of the footage shown during the latest Fire Emblem Warriors stage event at the Tokyo Game Show today, a Bond Conversation between Lyn and Celica was also shown. We’ve attached that below.

After working at Capcom and being involved with many Resident Evil games over the years, Shinji Mikami founded his own studio Tango Gameworks back in 2010. He then partnered with Bethesda and went back to his survival roots to create The Evil Within. Next month, that game is getting a sequel.

In an interview with Mikami, GameSpot asked potentially bringing the game to Switch. He said in response:

Along with today’s trailers, brand new details about Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon were added to the official website. The latest information covers the return of the island challenge plus the new Mantine Surf and Alola Photo Club features.

Find all of the details collected below. We also have several new screenshots attached.

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is out today on Switch, and Bandai Namco put out a new trailer to remind us all of that. Have a look at the video below.

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game is now available on Switch. Take a look at the official launch trailer from Warner Bros. below.

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