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Nintendo has plenty of plans lined up for Gamescom later this month. Even if you’re not attending the expo, there will be plenty to see thanks to some extensive live streams.

First, Super Mario Odyssey will be appearing on August 23. Along with fresh gameplay, producer Yoshiaki Koizumi will be stopping by. The game will be streamed at the following times:

– 6 AM PT
– 9 AM ET
– 2 PM in the UK
– 3 PM in Europe

The Nintendo World Championships are back. Today, Nintendo announced the Nintendo World Championships 2017, which are set for October 7.

The Nintendo World Championships last took place at E3 2015. This time around, fans will once again be able to compete with each other in a variety of games both recent and retro.

Nintendo has revealed a special New 3DS XL that will be releasing alongside Metroid: Samus Returns next month. The system, shown off in the shots below, will cost $200. The game itself will not be included, however.

Here’s a closer look:

The Samus Edition New 3DS XL goes on sale on September 15.

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Much has been made about amiibo functionality in Metroid: Samus Returns. More specifically, some fans have been upset that the game’s Fusion mode, which unlocks a harder difficulty and the ability to wear Samus’ suit from Metroid Fusion, is locked behind amiibo. There is good news, however.

Fusion mode can indeed only be unlocked with the new Metroid amiibo. Nintendo also has no plans to sell it separately on the eShop.

That being said, Nintendo has confirmed that Metroid: Samus Returns has a standard hard mode that will can be unlocked once players complete the game on regular difficulty. It’s separate from Fusion mode’s own harder difficulty, and isn’t tied to any amiibo.

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Having previously released on Wii U and 3DS, Severed is coming to Switch. Guacamelee creator Drinkbox Studios is actually launching the title on the eShop today. Pricing is set at $14.99 / €14.99 / £13.49.

Here’s an overview of Severed:

Severed puts players in the role of Sasha, a one- armed warrior who has embarked on a dangerous quest to find her missing family members. During their adventure, players will hack, slash, and swipe their way through nightmarish monsters and uniquely challenging puzzles.

In Severed, players use swipe-based touch controls to solve puzzles, find secrets and battle a host of disturbing monsters including giant floating skull wizards and beasts made of crows. During the journey, players unlock new abilities, ascend an RPG-style upgrade tree, and uncover the mysteries of the dark fantasy universe Sasha finds herself in.

We’ve posted a new trailer for the Switch version of Severed below.

Source: DrinkBox PR

A new update for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has just gone out. Nintendo is delivering version 1.3.1 to all players.

Nintendo says that today’s update addresses an issue with the game’s first round of DLC involving the defeat of certain enemies for Kilton. But more interestingly, a new News channel for Breath of the Wild will be going live for Switch on Wednesday. Players will be able to obtain items by launching Zelda from certain articles.

The official patch notes for version 1.3.1 are as follows:

At Japan Expo in France, The Art of Legend of Zelda Series Masterclass was held with series producer Eiji Aonuma, art director Satoru Takizawa, and illustrator Yusuke Nakano. Thanks to Nintendo UK, the full event is now online with English subtitles. Check it out below.

Thus far, Nintendo has officially confirmed three Aeion abilities for Metroid: Samus Returns. The game will feature Scan Pulse, Lightning Armor, and Beam Burst. A fourth ability has now seemingly been unintentionally revealed as well.

A boxart image has popped up on Reddit specifically from the Legacy Edition. While not officially confirmed, the packaging shot does have new art that we posted earlier today.

Splatoon 2 isn’t the only Nintendo game that has recently been datamined. Fans have also been pouring through the contents of ARMS, and have apparently found the internal codenames for twenty fighters – some that are already in the game, and some that aren’t.

Here’s the full list:

Splatoon 2 fans have been busy datamining the game’s 1.1.1 update, and have apparently made a number of interesting discoveries regarding maps, weapons, and more. If you’re interested in seeing everything that was uncovered, continue on below as compiled by Reddit’s OatmealDome. 

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