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ARMS version 3.2 adding replay list

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In a tweet published on the official Japanese Twitter account, Nintendo has revealed another significant aspect for the upcoming ARMS update.

Version 3.2 will be bringing in a replay list. Recent matches are automatically saved, meaning you’ll be able to look back on them later.

At the Brazil Game Show, GameSpot caught up with NetherRealm Studios creative director Ed Boon. Boon was asked about potentially supporting Switch in the future.

Boon, known for his work on the Mortal Kombat series, directed Injustice 2 earlier this year. He indicated that the game could theoretically run on Switch, but adjustments would need to be made in order for it to happen.

Boon said:

THQ Nordic has announced a release date – or rather release dates – for This is the Police on Switch.

Those looking to purchase the game as soon as possible will be able to do so on October 24. THQ Nordic intends to have the digital version ready on that date.

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

Switch – 38,204
PS4 – 16,680
New 2DS LL – 12,658
New 3DS LL – 8,534
PS4 Pro – 5,869
Vita – 3,545
2DS – 1,594
New 3DS – 265
Xbox One – 186
PS3 – 72
Wii U – 45

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

Switch – 73,231
PS4 – 22,822
New 3DS LL – 9,915
New 2DS LL – 8,359
PS4 Pro – 6,547
Vita – 3,732
2DS – 1,655
New 3DS – 392
Xbox One – 71
Wii U – 68
PS3 – 64

And here are the software charts:

Famitsu has reported that the Nintendo Classic Mini Super Famicom has over sold 368,913 units in the first 4 days in Japan. This is almost double the sales of the Nintendo Classic Mini: Family Computer if you compare the 262,000 units sold on its first 4 days.

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Splatoon 2’s latest update is now available. Nintendo has just started distribution of version 1.4.0. Tons of changes have been made pertaining to player ranks, Salmon Run, Spectator Mode, weapons, and more.

We had a rough idea of what was included in the update over the weekend, but Nintendo has now published the full patch notes below. You can read them in full below. Prepare

As a way of promoting Super Mario Odyssey, Nintendo has come out with an official “Jump Up, Super Star!” music video. Check it out below.

As of late, many developers and publishers have detailed the successes they’ve experienced on the Switch eShop. A number of games have sold better on Nintendo’s console than other platforms.

Some have chalked this up to Switch being early on in its lifecycle. Others have said that it’s due to a lack of games. But as the eShop continues to get more and more crowded – especially over the last few weeks – those arguments may not hold up as well.

Stardew Valley creator ConcernedApe held a Reddit AMA yesterday. It was an opportunity for fans to ask all sorts of questions about the game, which just launched on Switch last week.

Some of the responses were pretty interesting. It sounds like a physical version might be possible on Switch, and the somewhat long save times are being looked too. Unfortunately, touchscreen support is unlikely. ConcernedApe also talked vaguely about future plans, including his next game.

Here’s a roundup of the more interesting responses:

Nintendo closed out its series of interviews for the Super NES Classic Edition with a bang. Masahiro Sakurai spoke about Kirby Super Star in depth, which is a game he directed 25 years ago.

One notable part of the interview touches on how a request from Shigeru Miyamoto led to the inclusion of two-player co-op. Sakurai also goes over how Donkey Kong Country’s visuals influenced Kirby Super Star, a planned game that was cut, and the development name.

You can read about these topics and more below from the full interview with Sakurai.

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