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DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power

This week’s Famitsu review scores are as follows:

Check out what’s going on in Pasio for players of Pokemon Masters EX:

  • Beloved Dragon-type champions Lance and Cynthia are once again featured in the return of the The Two Champions event. This re-run will be available until June 8th, and will have special daily missions for players to complete for rewards.
  • The following Sync Pairs are now available in a special Super Spotlight Poké Fair Scout: Lance & Dragonite, Cynthia & Garchomp, Steven & Metagross, and Sygna Suit Cynthia & Kommo-o. These Sync Pairs will be available in the scout until June 8th

The Nintendo Switch Parental Controls app has received an update. On both iOS and Android, version 1.15.0 has been released. Today’s update brings along the implementation of bug fixes.

Nintendo Switch Parental Controls is available on mobile devices.


Usually only one Trial is live at a time, but in a bit of a curveball, players will now have the chance to face their choice of either current contender. Check out the announcement below:

  • Poseidon’s Trial and Zephyr’s Trial will become available in Trials of the Mighty in Dragalia Lost on May 25, 11 PM PT. Take on these quests with a team of specific adventurers to earn materials for unlocking mana spirals from the daily bonus.

Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town

Update: This post has been updated to clarify that it’s currently live in Japan only at the moment. The North American/European version will receive this patch sometime in the future.

Original: A new update is now live for Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town in Japan, bringing the version number up to 1.0.5. Various improvements have been made due to feedback, with quality of life adjustments as well graphical and performance changes. Check out the patch notes below.

Check out what’s happening in Dragalia Lost, as well as what’s arriving soon:

Grisaia: Phantom Trigger 06 will be joining its predecessors on the Switch this Summer in Japan. Per Weekly Famitsu, the game will cost 1,500 yen. For the curious, you can check out an overview for the game from its Steam page after the break:

The Trick Tour begins today in Mario Kart Tour. All courses in the Tour are trick courses, where players can rack up as many points as possible. Check out the trailer below to preview the new tour:

Kadokawa Games’ RPG Demon Gaze will be arriving on Nintendo Switch in Japan in the form of an enhanced port. Demon Gaze EXTRA boasts features like upgraded graphics and production, improved controls, and the possibility of more content after clearing the main story. With this port being handled mostly by Cattle Call, fans can rest assured with the supervision of original developer Experience. Demon Gaze initially launched for PS Vita in January 2013 in Japan, followed by April 2014 in North America and Europe. As of now, a Western release window has not been announced.


New Pokemon Snap

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