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Atlus is back with the second “Demonic Compendium” trailer for Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD Remaster, which we have below. If you missed the first part, you can view it here.

Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD Remaster is slated for October 29 in Japan, and Spring 2021 in the west.

A new trailer for Street Power Soccer has arrived that shows off the game’s Trickshot Mode. We have the video below along with a bit of information about how it plays.

Bandai Namco today published a new gameplay video for Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions, which showcases the “Musashi Middle School” route in the game’s “Episode of New Hero” story mode. View it below.

Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions is due out for Switch on August 28.

King of Fighters R-2 and Samurai Shodown! 2 (standalone release) are already available for Switch in Japan. For those in the west, fans will be happy to hear that the two titles will be launching tomorrow. They should be going live following the regular eShop update.

King of Fighters R-2 and Samurai Shodown! 2 are both from the Neo Geo Pocket Color era. They launched way back in 1999.


The latest issue of Weekly Jump has revealed another DLC character for One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4. Killer is joining the roster, according to the magazine.

Killer should be a part of the next character pack this fall. A third unannounced character should also be included in the pack. We’ll be seeing another DLC pack this winter as well.

Fans may recall that Killer was included in an apparent datamine for the game, which gives credence to the leak. Other rumored characters can be found here.


When Nintendo reported its financial results back in May, sales for Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield were at 17.3 million copies worldwide. That number has since increased to 18.22 million. That makes Pokemon Sword and Shield the highest-selling entry of the last 20 years, and third overall.

The only games to have sold more are Gold/Silver and Red/Green/Blue. They’re at 23.1 million and 31.38 million respectively.

Below are the full sales rankings for all mainline Pokemon titles:

Alongside Nintendo’s latest financial results, the company has included the traditional release schedule for Switch. The document highlights upcoming projects from both its first-party output and third-party studios.

Here’s the complete schedule:

Aside from the traditional sales data and information stemming from Nintendo’s financial results, we also have a look at the latest million sellers.

The full lineup for Switch as well as 3DS is as follows:

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Nintendo today reported its latest financial results for the three-month period. The company has provided more information about how Switch is doing as well as the overall company.

Here’s the full roundup:

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According to a Bloomberg report, Nintendo is increasing its target for Switch production to around 25 million units this fiscal year. That’s based on information gathered from “people familiar with the matter”.

Bloomberg further adds that Nintendo “is asking partners to tack on another few million units”. The goal is for assembly partners plan to work at maximum capacity through December. Bloomberg does warn that the plan could change “by adjusting output in the January-March quarter if demand begins to taper in the coming months, but production partners expect to at least surpass the 22 million units they’d previously been instructed to assemble”.