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It’s rather surprising, but Bethesda has been one of Switch’s strongest supporters thus far. Unlike what we saw with previous console generations, the company is already preparing a few games for Nintendo’s system. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim launches in November, followed by Doom this holiday, and Wolfenstein II in 2018.

Nintendo fans will be happy to hear that this could be just the start of Bethesda’s plans for Switch. In an interview with GamesBeat, vice president of marketing and communications Pete Hines noted that they don’t intend to just release these games and stop. “We want this to be the start of a relationship that we build with Nintendo and Nintendo fans,” Hines noted.

More comments from Hines about Switch are included below. You can read the full interview on GamesBeat here.

New off-screen Doom Switch footage

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Brand new off-screen footage has arrived showing Doom running on Switch. Check out a few videos rounded up 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

Koei Tecmo has prepared a new trailer for Fire Emblem Warriors’ appearance at the Tokyo Game Show, featuring the newly-revealed character Celica. Watch it below.

Celica is joining Fire Emblem Warriors, Koei Tecmo has revealed. The news was just shared during a live stage show at the Tokyo Game Show.

A brief clip was shown of Celica in the game followed by gameplay. We have the recording of the footage below.

Konami seemed to be teasing something for Super Bomberman R earlier this week. Now we know what’s planned for the game, and there’s quite a lot coming.

A new Grand Prix mode has been announced with the game’s appearance on Tokyo Game Show. Fans can look forward to 3 vs. 3 team battles. There is also a new rule called “Crystal” and new characters with unique skill sets. Characters are from Rumble Roses (Reiko Hinomoto) and Zone of the Enders (Anubis, Jehuty).

Also worth mentioning, the Super Bomberman R Original Soundtrack has been announced. This goes on sale in Japan in December.

Here’s a look at what’s to come for Super Bomberman R:

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The latest Japanese hardware sales from Media Create are as follows:

Switch – 44,052
PS4 – 19,322
New 3DS LL – 10,650
New 2DS LL – 8,761
PS4 Pro – 5,338
Vita – 3,847
2DS – 1,726
New 3DS – 428
PS3 – 99
Wii U – 86
Xbox One – 57

For comparison’s sake, here are the hardware numbers from last week:

Switch – 45,439
PS4 – 18,483
PS4 Pro – 10,999
New3DS LL – 9,628
New2DS LL – 9,403
Vita – 3,913
2DS – 1,772
New 3DS – 331
PS3 – 115
Wii U – 90
Xbox One – 63

And here are the software charts:

Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime, which was only just made known through last week’s Japanese Nintendo Direct, already has a release date. Developer Asteroid Base announced today that the launch will be taking place on October 3. Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime will cost $14.99.

In Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime, you can expect frenzied co-op action as you switch back and forth between manning a spacecraft’s controls, weapons, and defenses against alien robots. If you’d prefer playing the campaign alone, you can do so with a trusty AI space dog or cat.

We have plenty of additional information about Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime below, along with a new Switch trailer.

Ever since Gamescom, we’ve heard about Final Fantasy XV potentially coming to Switch in some fashion. Director Hajime Tabata has now commented on the situation once again in an interview with Eurogamer.

Some have thought that Square Enix would look to bring the recently-announced Pocket Edition of Final Fantasy XV to Switch. However, the company has been instead trying to determine if the original game can be put on Nintendo’s console.

Tabata said:

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