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This week’s North American Nintendo Downloads are as follows:

Switch Retail

Sonic Mania – $19.99 (available Tuesday)
Troll and I – $29.99 (available Tuesday)

Switch Download

ACA NeoGeo The King of Fighters 2000 – $7.99
Flip Wars – $9.99
Ironcast – $12.99
Phantom Trigger – $14.99
Rocket Fist – $9.99
Severed – $14.99

Switch Demo

Rayman Legends Definitive Edition (available Monday)

The teases are finally over, and now it’s official: Super Meat Boy is coming to Switch. The game’s official Twitter account posted an image of the game on the new console.

The message in question is as follows:

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

Switch – 61,933
PS4 – 43,862
New 2DS LL – 33,871
New 3DS LL – 22,200
PS4 Pro – 9,077
Vita – 4,773
2DS – 3,740
New 3DS – 1,078
Wii U – 158
PS3 – 96
Xbox One – 90

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

New 2DS LL – 110,963
Switch – 89,314
PS4 – 82,368
New 3DS LL – 26,587
PS4 Pro – 10,988
Vita – 4,967
2DS – 3,680
New 3DS – 1,370
Wii U – 142
PS3 – 121
Xbox One – 94

And here are the software charts:

The new 2.1.0 update for ARMS went out a short while ago. In terms of actual new content, Nintendo didn’t bring in whole lot. However, the company is gearing up for some new additions rather soon.

The Japanese ARMS Twitter account has teased a new character that will be available with the next update. New ARMS will be included, too.

We just saw a new update today, so it might be a few weeks until the next one goes out.


A new update has just gone out for ARMS, bringing the game up to version 2.1.0. If you’ve purchased the game physically or digitally, the patch will be downloaded automatically. You can also force the update from Switch’s Home Menu.

Today’s ARMS update isn’t as significant as the last one, but it’s still noteworthy. Nintendo has made a number of changes and adjustments across the board, including fighters and ARMS. Nintendo has added new Training exercises, adjusted hitbox sizes for fighters, and more.

The full patch notes for ARMS version 2.1.0 are as follows:

Just this past weekend we discussed the strange situation surrounding Dragon Quest XI on Switch. Even though the release on Nintendo’s new console was announced ages ago, Square Enix has yet to show or say anything about this version.

Executive producer Yu Miyake finally broke the silence in an interview with Toyo Keizai. According to Miyake, he explained that it takes time to work on “technical adjustments,” so Square Enix is still in a state in which it can’t speak about a launch date. However, the Switch version is being developed with the intent to release it.

Dragon Quest XI has already shipped on 3DS and PlayStation 4. A western release is planned for 2018, though Square Enix has been keeping quiet on which platforms it will be localizing.


This month’s issue of Game Informer will have a huge feature on Pokemon developer Game Freak. The magazine visited the studio in Japan “to get the full history of the series and talk about what’s in store for the future on Switch.” Game Informer “explored deeper into Game Freak’s studio than any western outlet has ever been allowed and were able to not only see where Pokemon is made, but where its creators hold their meetings, eat lunch, and even create the series’ iconic soundtrack.” The new issue is packed with twelve pages “covering the studio’s history and read development stories for every core Pokémon RPG it has created.”

Aside from content in the magazine, Game Informer will have “written features and video interviews with Game Freak co-founder, producer, director, and composer, Junichi Masuda, and Sun and Moon’s director, Shigeru Ohmori.”


Nintendo’s Japanese blog has a first look at the content that can be unlocked by scanning amiibo in Metroid: Samus Returns. This includes screenshots of the Fusion suit included with Fusion mode, Metroid Marker function, and images from the art gallery. Have a look at the various screenshots below.

Thanks to n128 for the tip.


SEGA has announced a brand new mode for Sonic Mania. In the final game, players will be able to experience Competition Mode.

Sonic, Tails, and Knuckles are all playable here. Winners are determined by various factors, including clear time, score, number of items acquired, number of rings acquired when clearing the level, and total number of rings acquired throughout the level. Rules of each match can be adjusted by selecting items in the item boxes and number of rounds that take place.

Watch a trailer for the Competition Mode in Sonic Mania below.

Source: SEGA PR

Brawlout is heading to Switch, a listing on the European Switch eShop reveals. A release is planned for late 2017.

Brawlout is a party fighting game that debuted on Steam earlier this year. It’s “designed for couch play, online ranked matches and competitive tournaments.”

We have plenty of details about Brawlout in the overview below. A trailer for the game is also attached past the break.

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