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Just a couple of days ago, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door made its return on Switch. The GameCube RPG has finally returned two decades after its original launch. You could make the case that this was the best choice for a remake in the series as it’s arguably the most well-received entry.

Have you picked up and started Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door on Switch? If yes, what are your thoughts so far? Let us know in the comments below.

A new month just started up this week. Now that we’re in May, we want to know what you’ve been playing.

Did you pick up Nintendo’s latest Switch release, Endless Ocean Luminous? How about other games like Another Crab’s Treasure, El Shaddai HD Remaster, or Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes? No matter the case, let us know in the comments.

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Another Indie World Showcase aired this week with a new wave of announcements for Switch. There were some reveals, shadowdrops, demos, and more.

SteamWorld Heist II was arguably the biggest news of the show which closed out the presentation. Other games such as Yars Rising, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Splintered Fate, Europa, and Valley Peaks were announced for Switch. Sticky Business and Stitch were revealed as well, but they actually came out that same day. You can find the full recap of everything shown here.

What was your personal highlight (or highlights) from the latest Indie World event? Let us know in the comments.

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In around a month and a half, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door will be released on Switch. The RPG, a redone version of the GameCube original, arrives on May 23.

In the very first trailer, it was clear that Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door will have updated graphics on Switch. Aside from that though, Nintendo recently clarified that there will be “a suite of additional changes that make the game easier than ever to enjoy.” Currently we’re waiting for more details on what that means.

As we wait for more answers from Nintendo, what are you hoping to see when it comes to new / updated features? Let us know in the comments.

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A new month just started up this week. Now that we’re in April, we want to know what you’ve been playing.

Did you recently start up Princess Peach: Showtime? What about other recent releases like Pepper Grinder? No matter the case, let us know in the comments below.

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As part of MAR10 Day earlier in the month, it was announced that Nintendo and Illumination are teaming up again for a second Super Mario Bros. animated movie. Given the success of the first one, that wasn’t exactly surprising. The new film is set to debut in April 2026, so it’s a couple of years away.

That leaves us plenty of time to speculate about what the new Mario movie could include. What would you like to see? Do you have any specific ideas regarding what Nintendo and Illumination should include? Let us know in the comments.

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About a week ago, Nintendo announced the release dates for Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and Luigi’s Mansion 2 HD. They’ll be launching in May and June respectively. Some had thought that they could be coming in the latter half of the year, but it turns out they’re dropping fairly soon.

The second part of 2024 is now wide open for Nintendo. As things stand now, the company has no announced titles for the rest of the year. Some banked on a new Pokemon game coming out this holiday given how it seems Switch 2 won’t be arriving until 2025 (at least based on rumors), but even that isn’t happening with Pokemon Legends: Z-A confirmed for next year.

Obviously Nintendo won’t go the whole second half of 2024 without a new Switch game. What do you think the company could have in store? Do you think Metroid Prime 4 will finally arrive this year? Let us know in the comments.

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A new month just started up last week. Now that we’re in March, we want to know what you’ve been playing.

Have you played some of the releases from the new Nintendo Direct: Partner Showcase? Are you now starting up Unicorn Overlord? No matter the case, let us know in the comments.

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Pokemon Legends is now officially a series of its own with this week’s announcement of Pokemon Legends: Z-A. There won’t be a big new Pokemon game this year, but we know that this new one will be arriving in 2025.

Pokemon Legends: Arceus, which launched at the very beginning of 2022, was a new take on the RPG formula we’ve grown accustomed to over the past few decades. There was more of an action element and it was even possible to catch different creatures simply by throwing a Poke Ball as soon as you saw it, which didn’t require you to enter the battle screen. A number of different features and changes were introduced, which seemed to be well received overall.

The first Nintendo Direct of 2024 is in the books with this week’s Partner Showcase. It may not have been the general presentation with many first-party announcements that some may have wanted, but there was still plenty of news.

Nintendo did manage to have an announcement of its own with the reveal of Endless Ocean Luminous, the first entry in the series since the Wii era. Speaking of Wii, Epic Mickey is back with a remake titled Epic Mickey: Rebrushed. Xbox made some announcements with ports of Grounded and Pentiment, Super Monkey Ball: Banana Rumble and Ender Magnolia: Bloom in the Mist were revealed (plus others like Gundam Breaker 4 and Sword Art Online: Fractured Daydream), and we got a number of shadowdrops including five Rare titles on Nintendo Switch Online, Penny’s Big Breakaway, and Pocket Card Jockey: Ride On. You can catch up on the full recap here.

What did you think of the Nintendo Direct: Partner Showcase? What was your favorite announcement? Let us know in the comments.

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