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The N64 app For Nintendo Switch Online has once again been updated, now being brought up to version 2.4.0. It’s main purpose is simply to add Pokemon Snap to the service, as the game released earlier today.

However, it is changing a few additional things under the hood. As per usual, no patch notes were issued for this update, but well-known dataminer OatmealDome was able to find the additional adjustments made to the software, which you can see for yourself below.

As the current Metropolitan Tour is finishing up, Mario Kart Tour has announced what the next addition to the game will be. Specifically, they’ve announced a new Bangkok Tour, that will be coming with a new course called Bangkok Rush.

As usual, new drivers and kart elements will be added, such as Daisy wearing a Bangkok-themed outfit and driving an elephant-based kart. The Bangkok Tour itself will start July 28, at 11 PM PT. You can check out a trailer for the new Tour below.

Following Matthew: Faithful Spy’s release tomorrow, the next Resplendent Hero to join Fire Emblem Heroes will be Karla: Sword Vassal. She is set to become available July 10, at 12 AM PT, and will come with her own set of Feh Pass quests.

Check out more details on  the character below:

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes has just released, and as expected it has received a customary day one patch. The update is addressing a handful of bugs and issues, including some that might hinder progress under specific circumstances.

You can check out the full patch notes for Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes version 1.0.1 below:

A sixth trailer for Nippon Ichi Software and Vanillaware’s GrimGrimoire OnceMore has just been made available. Following the last trailer’s focus on the “Glamour” branch of magic, this one instead features a closer look at “Necromancy” magic. You’ll be able to summon all manner of ghouls, ghosts and undead knights as you attempt to discover the secret of the Archmage’s Castle.

GrimGrimoire OnceMore is a remaster of the 2007 original GrimGrimoire. In this 2D real-time strategy game, you take control of protagonist Lillet Blan, a young witch who attends a Magic Academy but becomes stuck in a five-day time loop. You can learn more about the remaster’s new features in the following overview:

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Hinokami Chronicles was previously confirmed to be receiving five additional DLC character packs, with the first of these featuring the Sound Hashira, Tengen Uzui. It’s now been confirmed through a Gematsu translation of the latest issue of Weekly Jump that this first wave of DLC will be available this July.

The remaining four character packs will be released sometime in 2022, with specific details to be made available at a later date. An “All Sets Bundle” will also be made available for players who wish to obtain all of the DLC at a slight discount. Check below the break for more information on the individual pricing for each pack in yen, as well as details on each of their featured characters.

Some new gameplay has just emerged for Bandai Namco’s Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series. About 20 minutes of footage are available, providing a look at the first game in the package, Klonoa: Door to Phantomile.

For more information on Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series, check out the following overview straight from the game’s official website.

A handful of new events focusing on the rivals and main characters of the Pokemon franchise have just made their way to Pokemon Masters EX. These consist of a Rival Challenge event that lets you battle 9 rivals from across the series’ history, as well as a Main Character Poke Fair and Special Scout, letting you recruit some of the franchise’s iconic heroes like Red, Lucas and Gloria.

Pokemon Snap for Nintendo Switch Online was shown off earlier this week, and with it Gamexplain has put together yet another video comparing the visuals of this version to those of the original N64 game. As is to be expected, Pokemon Snap now has a much higher resolution through the Nintendo Switch Online version, and it makes for a very noticeable visual upgrade.

Here’s some more information on Pokemon Snap:

Following last week’s music showcase for “A Life Sent On”, Nintendo has decided to share a new music track from Xenoblade Chronicles 3, titled “The Weight of Life”. This is the track featured in Xenoblade Chronicles 3’s release date trailer, and is reminiscent of the “Engage the Enemy” and “Counterattack” tracks from Xenoblade Chronicles 1 and 2, respectively. You can listen to the full song below.

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