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A while back, Capcom delayed Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection International, but we now know when it will be due out in Japan. The new release date is October 25, 2018, and will cost ¥5,389 for the retail version. The digital version is slightly less, at ¥4,860.

The new trailer can be viewed below:

Tomorrow, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker will be launching on Switch as a port of the Wii U original. Four Odyssey-themed stages and a co-op mode will be the new additions, as various trailers have noted in the last few weeks. Players are already getting their hands on the new title, and GameXplain have uploaded a compilation of all the cutscenes in the game, which you can see below:

It’s been confirmed that the Let’s Go titles will be pre-loadable on the Switch eShop starting October 22nd, requiring 4.6GB of space to download. This comes after a few new trailers that came out today, which can be found here, here and here.


According to the Funko Reddit, a user stumbled across a Pikachu Pop figure at a Target in Ohio. It appears that it was not supposed to leave the warehouse or be sold to the public, meaning that an official announcement about Funko obtaining the Pokémon license should come soon. For now, it’s as good as confirmed. Unfortunately, the original post has been removed, but several reposts can be seen on the website.

It was also stated that the Pikachu Pop is a Target exclusive–whether or not this will be the same for all Funko Pokémon figures remains to be seen. A 10 inch version of the figures may also be in the works. Have a look at the leaked figure below:


Hollow Knight

A new patch is being pushed out for Switch players, mostly for bug fixes. In addition to the patch notes, it has been confirmed that controller rebinding will be added to the Switch version via the Gods & Glory Content Pack. The fixes are as follows:

Marvelous just updated the official Japanese website for Little Dragons Café with some additional information about characters Dr. Zeff and Citta, as well as monsters of different colors. The details are as follows:

Tom Create just announced a new title for Switch, called Starship Avenger: Operation Take Back Earth. It will be a shoot ’em up style game, expected to launch on July 19th on the eShop. An overview of the game is as follows, from its Steam page:

Fire Emblem Heroes

For the next month, the 6th Tap Battle: Illusory Dungeon event for Fire Emblem Heroes (“Summer of Heroes”) will be available. There will be sets of Daily Special Quests with unique rewards, and two types of Tap Battle quests to take on starting July 14th. Additionally, stages will be added regularly as the event goes on.


The second half of the Bloomin’ Booty with Kapp’n event is now live, with new plants, rare creatures, tasks, and furniture. Be warned, as the exclusive content will only be available until July 16th, when the event ends. 

Jake Hunter Detective Story: Prism of Eyes is due for release on August 9, 2018, but new information has surfaced about this release. According to the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu, the title will include a demo for a new series called Daedalus: The Awakening of Golden Jazz.

It is described as a new chapter that will cover the early childhood of Jake Hunter. Hirotaka Inaba is the writer for this adventure. At the moment, that is all of the information that has been given about it.


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