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Over the past few years, we’ve seen an uptick in various Zelda toys. The latest example of this is The Legend of Zelda Uno, which arrives this week.

GameStop lists The Legend of Zelda Uno for a February 15 release. Apparently, it will be exclusive to the retailer as well. There is a listing on Walmart, though it’s currently showing out of stock.

At Niconico Chokaigi today, Nintendo revealed two new amiibo for Splatoon 2. Pearl and Marina will both be getting their own figures. By purchasing the amiibo, you’ll be able to take pictures with the idols and obtain special gear.

Here’s a trailer:

The Pearl and Marina amiibo are heading to stores later this year. In North America, they’ll be sold in a 2-pack for $24.99.

Thanks to Justin A for the tip.

A new job listing has been spotted for a localization editor who will work with The Pokemon Company. It’s a 6-month contract, with the person’s role expected to begin between April and June. Duties involve “all editorial facets of video games, and related materials (video game strategy guide, video game web site etc.)”.

One prominent rumor circulating is that this job posting is related to the upcoming Pokemon game for Switch. Even further, some are speculating that localization is underway and the title could ship by the end of the year. While these are possibilities, we aren’t willing to say that ourselves just yet. Keep in mind that the job posting is also not officially confirmed to be for the mainline Pokemon RPG on Switch.

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First 4 Figures is gearing up for a new Zelda: The Wind Waker statue featuring Link on The King of Red. Yesterday, the company shared an unboxing video that offers a closer look. Take a look at it below.

At Niconico Tokaigi 2018, Off the Hook appeared live for the first time during a special concert. The Squid Sisters also returned for a new performance. If you’re interested, you can watch the full concert below.

The Great Ace Attorney 2 launched in Japan last August, and will likely remain Japan-exclusive as was the case with its predecessor. But now the question is, what comes next for the series? Capcom did confirm that the franchise will be appearing on Switch in some fashion, but hasn’t divulged any specifics – though rumors are out there.

Regarding the future of Ace Attorney, producer Motohide Eshiro told Famitsu that he and series creator Shu Takumi and “thinking hard about what comes next and we’re getting things ready right now.”

This week’s episode of Nintendo Minute has gone live. In today’s video, Kit and Krysta host their own winter sports competition by choosing some winter themed levels from some of their favorite Switch games. Check out the full episode below.

Nintendo Sneak Peek recently traveled to Wilmot Mountain Ski Resort in Wisconsin to warm up skiers with games on its console. Check out the full report in the video below.

Despite the prominence of Switch over the past year, Nintendo has continued to say that the 3DS isn’t going anywhere. The dedicated portable will still be sold in the future. This is something Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima reiterated during the company’s latest financial results briefing.

Kimishima’s remark came in response to a question about a successor to the 3DS. Senior executive officer Ko Shiota weighed in on this as well, and spoke about technology in general, indicating that Nintendo is considering various possibilities.

During the Q&A section of its latest financial results briefing, Nintendo was asked about the design concept for Switch’s Joy-Con. Senior executive officer Ko Shiota, managing executive officer Shinya Takahashi, and Shigeru Miyamoto all weighed in on this.

Shiota said that the “Joy-Con was designed from the start of development as a device that could have a variety of uses besides being a game controller, including the possibility of attachment to something else for play.” Nintendo also thought about the Joy-Con could be used by setting it in an attachment. Takahashi later added that Nintendo “considered play using just the hardware and software, as well as play in combination with other things.”

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