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A couple of days ago, Rabbit & Bear Studios announced Eiyuden Chronicle. It’s one to keep an eye out on as the project is being developed by some notable developers, including the creator of Suikoden.

Ahead of the Kickstarter campaign’s launch next week, we caught up with director Yoshitaka Murayama to learn more about the Tokyo-based studio, how the game came to be, the art style, the team’s desire to make a unique RPG, and other topics. If you’re interested in learning more about Eiyuden Chronicle be sure to read up on our interview below.

This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, Oni Dino is blown away by unexpected character writing in Paper Mario. Then, the two desperate weirdos cover the Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase, aka a full meal for Shin Megami Tensei fans. Also in the news: Square-Enix and Yuuji Naka bring us a nightmare wonderland with Balan Wonderworld; the Suikoden spiritual successor that we desperately need, Eiyuuden Chronicle, is among us; and yet another leak springs of Nintendo source code, including a Pokemon GBA/PC game.

Check out links and timestamps below, and come hang out.

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Atlus graced fans with some long overdue news this week. Shin Megami Tensei V, which was announced back in January 2017, will finally release next year. We still don’t have an exact date, but fans can rest easy knowing that they’ll finally be able to play the RPG in 2021.

That wasn’t the only news from Atlus. Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD Remaster is on the way, which is something entirely new. Japan is getting it first in October, but western fans unfortunately need to wait until Spring 2021.

With a pair of Shin Megami Tensei games on the way to Switch in the future, let’s talk about the series in general. How many of the titles have you played? How do you feel about Shin Megami Tensei overall? Let us know in the comments below.

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Our video series is back with a look at the Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase that premiered yesterday. We go through the whole presentation, give our reactions, and hopefully will hear from you all in the comments.

Check out the full video below!

Our video series is back with a new video discussing some predictions for a Nintendo Direct that has been rumored to drop soon. We give our honest thoughts as to whether the presentation is really coming and make some guesses about a possible Mario focus.

Feel free to check out the full video below!

The first Fairy Tail game for home consoles is finally nearing release. Following previous delays, the RPG will land on Switch and other platforms on July 31.

While we’ve spoken to Gust about the project previously, as the game is just around the corner, we’ve caught up the team for a final time. During our discussion, the developer spoke about the delay, improvements that were made while in development, different quality of life features that will be included, the Switch version, and more.

Our full discussion with Gust can be read below.

This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, it’s Super Mario’s uneventful 35th birthday. But Paper Mario is out, and Oni Dino has first impressions. Galen loves his shlooters, so there’s a brief talk about that and the inability to “preserve” the experience. In the news, we’ve got lots of small topics. The big one worth celebrating is Swery’s (Deadly Premonition 2) apology and excellent response to dead-naming a transgender character in his game. Oni Dino applauds his caring response. Then, there’s not one, but two video games being adapted into television series, Atelier Ryza 2 got outed by the Australian ratings board, and a brief discussion on why the lack of local co-op in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered is not a deal-breaker. Hop on the caravan, and check out links and timestamps below.

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System: Switch
Release date: July 14, 2020
Developer: Nippon Ichi Software
Publisher: NIS America

void tRrLM(); //Void Terrarium can feel as overwhelming as its full name. It is a touching narrative of hope and perseverance, about the power of human connections amid uncertainty. Yet at the same time, it is a blisteringly difficult and infuriatingly random roguelike, one that revels in placing insurmountable roadblocks in front of you at every step throughout its procedurally generated labyrinths. It is an inherently divisive game that is bound to hit home for some players, while alienating many others. Void Terrarium offers a beautiful and emotional experience for those who see its journey through to its conclusion, but getting there is a question of how much you’re willing to endure.

For a lot of its games, Nintendo has a short turnaround between announcement and release. Paper Mario: The Origami King really took that trend to the next level. The game was only just revealed two months ago, yet it’s already out.

Though it’s only been a day since the game came out, we imagine that many of you are already playing Paper Mario: The Origami King. Based on what you’ve experienced, how do you feel about it so far? What do you think about the gameplay, story, characters, or other aspects? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

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We appreciate all of the entries – our winners are in! Congratulations to the following:

Grand prize, Oddworld Switch system: Serenity Townsend (serenitytownsend)

Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath (NA): Mike (disqus_jbtKGn3B8i) and Edward Alvarez (disqus_o1ePhV3F9s)
Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee (NA): John Talbot (JTalbot4) and Sam Nelson (disqus_YNQspvRHfg)

Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath (EU): Mateo Rampage (mateorampage) and Denis Inselvini (denisinselvini)
Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee (EU): Angelos (disqus_wucyhtnTg4) and Can (disqus_R2HIKnVIGG)

Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath (AU/NZ): Checkerchairs (disqus_Kxlob7FZgC) and mbd (disqus_GRB7LKMbSI)
Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee (AU/NZ): Insomniac Anvil (insomniacanvil) and Neokmc (kieranchaplin)

We will be following up with each winner in the comments – please respond by no later than July 20 as we may need to pick a new winner if we don’t hear back from you.

The kind folks at Oddworld Inhabitants and Microids have partnered with Nintendo Everything on a very exciting giveaway. Oddworld has found a new home on Switch this year, and to celebrate, we’re giving away a special system based on Stranger’s Wrath. Not only that, but series creator Lorne Lanning has signed the console!

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