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This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, two Nintendo Directs came out and they’re pretty fresh! Monster Hunter Rise and Stories 2 look so tempting, and so many other games have us looking forward to the future. Also, Mario 3D All-stars is apparently emulated, but…is that really a problem? We also throw in some next-gen talk with the recent PS5 price and pre-order situation.

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This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, Galen’s back and he gives us nothing. Meanwhile, Oni Dino can hardly contain his excitement for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. We analyze the trailer a bit for sneak peeks and have some fun wondering what the game could be like, based on our experiences with Hyrule Warriors and Breath of the Wild. Addition, we feign our surprise at No More Heroes 3’s delay, we aren’t talking about Ubisoft, Galen’s creative spark is awoken by RPG Maker, Oni Dino boomerangs on Manifold Garden, Gleamlight is dim, and more.

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Given the massive popularity of Undertale, many fans are looking forward to Deltarune, the next project from creator Toby Fox. Switch owners were given a taste of the game with the release of Chapter 1 for free back in February 2019. Since then though, there hasn’t been much in the way of updates.

To celebrate the fifth anniversary of Undertale, this week’s issue of Famitsu has a big feature on the game. The same article provides a development update for Deltarune as well as a new look at Chapter 2.

As translated by Nintendo Everything’s Oni Dino:

This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, we’re celebrating Super Mario’s 35th anniversary. The 3D All-Stars bundle is real, but there are some potential issues. Limited availability? Control schemes? Widescreen? Then a brand new Mario Kart (sorta) that’s gonna be the Xmas gift of 2020 (maybe), 3D World getting an updated port, a Super Mario Bros. semi-battle royale, and a lot more. Galen’s on vacation so Barry’s subbing in for him.

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In his 611th column for Famitsu, Masahiro Sakurai revealed some interesting details regarding the recent update to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Sakurai is known for getting particular about the finest of adjustments, and the most recent update is no different. He elaborates on the development of the recently added “Small Battlefield” stage, online connectivity changes, and more.

Check below for the column’s full translation by Nintendo Everything’s Oni Dino.

This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast we’re catching up on several recent releases. Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles is a mixed bag, Giraffe and Annika a charming little adventure, Sentinels of Freedom has highs and lows, and Spiritfarer is a character-driven delight. Then… the Nintendo Direct Mini. Neither Oni Dino nor Galen really cared about the games in the showcase, but that’s totally fine. Being disappointed is fine—we move on and play all the games that are already out or releasing soon. Those who are genuinely upset? That’s behavior that players should identify within themselves and reevaluate how they interact with entertainment media. 

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After several delays, Square-Enix’s Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition for Switch is just around the corner. With the release upon us, we’ve uploaded some direct-feed capture of the Switch version which showcases dungeon crawling, the menu system, game-flow, and more.

We’ll have critiques on our upcoming podcast episode this weekend, so please look forward to it.

This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, we’re joined by special guests Daim Dziauddin and Wan ‘Haz’ Hazmer, directors of No Straight Roads for Nintendo Switch. They share their experiences of working in the Japanese game industry at Capcom and Square Enix, leading them to found their own business back in their home of Malaysia. We’re very excited to highlight the important work they’re doing for the Malaysian games industry—both of them have a lot of passion and excitement for games, and it shows! Both guests bring a bunch of energy and insight as we cover all the indie goodness in Nintendo’s Indie World Showcase. Jump into today’s episode, full of Nindie goodness!

It’s another big episode—check out links and timestamps below and come hang out.

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Famitsu recently published an interview with the producer of Atelier Ryza 2, Junzo Hosoi. We shared a summary here of some of the details, but we’ve now translated additional information for anticipating fans to enjoy. Hosoi discussed the sales of the first game, the setting for the sequel, new characters, a hint at a new battle mechanic, hints at returning characters, and more.

We’ve translated the remaining information from Famitsu’s interview below.

Square Enix recently provided some details on how online matchmaking will work in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered.

Please note that the specific wording on phrases are Oni Dino’s translation, and may differ from the official English localization.