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The Switch version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is once again on display at a media event this week. With the latest footage, we’re able to see the game with the Zelda gear unlocked. Check out the gameplay below.

Human: Fall Flat may have a release date for Switch. Assuming what Nintendo has on its website can be trusted, Curve Digital will be publishing the game via the eShop at the very end of the year. It’s apparently planned for December 7.

Nintendo’s listing gives us the following overview:

inXile Entertainment CEO Brian Fargo announced today on Twitter that the company has been approved as a Nintendo Switch developer. inXile is known for titles such as Wasteland 2, The Mage’s Tale, and Torment: Tides of Numenera. Fargo doesn’t name any potential upcoming titles for the console, so time will tell what the developer has in store for the Switch.

Previously, we reported that Amazon tentatively listed Batman: The Telltale Series for November 14 on the Switch. In a tweet today, Telltale Games has confirmed November 14 as the North American release date. The game will launch November 17 in Europe and Australia.

 

While NBA 2K18 was released on the Switch last month in digital format, the physical editions came out yesterday. Nintendo has uploaded a launch trailer that highlights the Switch’s portability. Watch below:

Swapdoodle has allowed players to use Nintendo Badge Arcade badges within the software, with some exceptions – namely, Pokémon badges. As of a recent update, however, players can now use the Pokémon badges they earned in Nintendo Badge Arcade in Swapdoodle. 

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GameXplain has uploaded footage showing off new ARMS boss character Springtron, who debuts as part of the 3.2 update. You can meet this secret challenger if you make it to the end of the Grand Prix on Level 4 without losing a single round.

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With the third generation of Pokémon seemingly close to debuting, dataminers Members of The Silph Road have shared code that includes the gender ratios of all third-generation Pokémon, Polygon reports.

Essentially, the gender ratio is mostly identical to the traditional games’ numbers; however, two glaring oversights have been found concerning legendary dragon Pokémon Latios and Latias. Specifically, exclusively male Latios and female counterpart Latias have had their genders flipped in Pokémon Go’s code.

Somehow, Niantic swapped this defining detail within Pokémon Go’s code. Based on what The Silph Road community dug up, Pokémon Go’s Latios is 100 percent female, while Latias is 100 percent male. That probably won’t have any bearing on gameplay — these two Pokémon can’t breed, in-game or in general — but for fans who know their Pokémon biology inside and out, it’s kind of a shocking switch.

We assume this will be fixed before the update goes live.

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NIS America has announced new DLC for Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle. On Switch, Koishi Komeiji will be added as a new playable character. A new story and BGM is included as well.

Koishi Komeiji will be available in the Switch version of Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle starting tomorrow.

Source: NIS America PR

Lives are gone in Super Mario Odyssey. Rather than losing a life when you die, you lose coins instead.

But what happens when you run out of coins in Super Mario Odyssey? As we found out a few months ago, the game doesn’t have any game over screens. Nintendo instead has decided to warp players back to the most recent location you exited from.

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