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Headup Games and ClockStone Software have announced Bridge Constructor Portal. The title merges the Bridge Constructor series with the popular Portal license from Valve.

Headup says that “Bridge Constructor Portal will blend the laws of structural engineering and technology straight from Aperture Laboratories into an exciting new game experience, all under the demanding gaze of GLaDOS.”

Bridge Constructor Portal will be released on Switch in early 2018. Check out the first trailer and screenshots below.

Source: Headup Games PR

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

Switch – 124,770
PS4 – 25,163
New 2DS LL – 20,712
New 3DS LL – 12,431
PS4 Pro – 8,244
Vita – 6,127
2DS – 2,747
New 3DS – 348
Xbox One – 295
Xbox One X – 213
PS3 – 48
Wii U – 45

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

Switch – 145,200
PS4 – 20,384
New 2DS LL – 20,283
New 3DS LL – 11,511
PS4 Pro – 6,525
Vita – 5,964
2DS – 2,838
New 3DS – 254
Xbox One X – 212
Xbox One – 196
Wii U – 85
PS3 – 46

And here are the software charts:

Plenty of attention has been given to the new release of the NVIDIA Shield in China, and understandably so. One big aspect is that a few Wii games are playable on the device, with more to come (and GameCube games to boot).

We heard yesterday that these titles are streamed, and aren’t actually ports. However, it appears that the initial information was a mistake. An NVIDIA rep has stepped forward, saying that this “has been talked about internally.” The Nintendo titles “are running natively, are remastered, and look great.”

The Wii games available on the NVIDIA Shield in China run at a 1080p resolution. New Super Mario Bros. Wii, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, Punch-Out!!, and Super Mario Galaxy have started the Nintendo partnership. 

Thanks to Justin for the tip.

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Pokemon GO’s roster of Pokemon is likely expanding very soon. An ad for a new round of Gen 3 Pokemon has been spotted, signaling that Niantic will have more to add in the near future.

The ad, pictured above, comes from the Apple Watch App Store. While the text is the same as the Halloween event, the Pokemon are not. Treecko, Torchic, and Mudkip from Pokemon Ruby and Pokemon Sapphire should be on the way soon, along with other potential Pokemon.

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Mega Man 11 details

Posted on 6 days ago by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 28 Comments | 0 Likes

Yesterday’s Mega Man 30th anniversary celebration was jam-packed with news about the series. It was topped off by the reveal of Mega Man 11, a new entry that fans have long been waiting for.

Game Informer managed to go hands-on with the title and shared a bunch of information in its latest issue. We’ve rounded up some of the more important points below.

WayForward released the first trailer for the Friends to the End expansion lined up for Shantae: Half-Genie Hero.

The Next Penelope has had a long journey to Nintendo consoles. For a long while, we thought that the racer would end up on Wii U. That didn’t happen, but a Switch release was recently assured.

The Next Penelope now has a release date on Nintendo’s console. You’ll be able to find the game on the eShop starting December 21.

Here’s a trailer promoting the upcoming launch:

Nintendo has just released the latest system update for Switch. Version 4.1.0 is now available.

Today’s update includes general system stability improvements. These include the resolution of an issue “that caused motion controls to respond incorrectly when playing games that use the feature”.

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WWE 2K18 is just a couple of days away from hitting Switch. 2K has announced that the game is slated for December 6.

By pre-ordering the physical version of WWE 2K18, fans can receive two playable versions of WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle: his WWE “American Hero” persona (2001) and his ECW “Wrestling Machine” persona (2006). Digital copies will come with the Kurt Angle pack at no extra cost through December 13.

Had history taken a different direction, the first Resident Evil could have ended up as a very different game. Capcom’s Koji Oda told Game Informer that it was originally in development for the SNES.

Some of you may know that Resident Evil was inspired by the horror title Sweet Home, and was a spiritual successor of sorts. It makes sense then that it started off on the SNES. But as Oda mentioned, when the PlayStation came into the picture, Capcom shifted to that platform.

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