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As a way of promoting Sonic Colors: Ultimate, SEGA created a brief animated series known as Sonic Colors: Rise of the Wisps. The first part has now come online.

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Fans of Netflix’s Castlevania series will be happy to hear that a new art book is on the way. Dark Horse’s 200-page hardcover book promises “concept art and commentary from all four seasons of the hit animated series.”

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The wait between No More Heroes 1 and 2 wasn’t very long, as the sequel followed just a couple of years after the first game. However, the same can’t be said of the series’ latest entry. After we saw No More Heroes 2 in 2010, it’s taken over a decade to get No More Heroes 3. We may be in for a similar wait for a theoretical fourth game.

In an interview with GameXplain, director Suda51 said that No More Heroes 4 “would probably be in about 10 years or so, both in real life and in the game’s time.” He also has a potential idea in mind in which “Travis would go up against a super hardcore enemy up north who is basically the No More Heroes version of Drago from Rocky IV.”

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For quite some time, we hadn’t seen SEGA do much with Sonic as he was known during the Genesis days. But the character was represented in Sonic Generations before starring in Sonic Mania, which featured remixed zones as well as a few brand new ones.

Thankfully, classic Sonic is still being considered for SEGA’s future. Series producer Takash Iizuka told Retro Gamer in a recent interview:

A new summer-themed wallpaper has been added to My Nintendo in North America. The design shows Mario surfing, and a Blooper is present as well.

You can claim the wallpaper on My Nintendo here. It’ll only set you back 50 Platinum points.

As part of his “Harada’s Bar” video series, Tekken producer and Bandai Namco general manager Katsuhiro Harada sat down for a chat with Masahiro Sakurai. The two talked about games as well as a wide array of other topics, including a bit about Smash Bros. why Sakurai doesn’t tend to drink water, how he’s not really affected by scary games, and much more.

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At the very end of June, Nintendo pursued a permanent injunction against pirate site RomUniverse. A judge has now granted that request. RomUniverse’s owner Matthew Storman is prohibited from copying, distributing, selling, and playing unauthorized copies of Nintendo titles. Nintendo’s trademarks, logo’s, and names cannot be used in a “confusing” manner as well.

The judge has actually gone one step further, as Storman must destroy all pirated Nintendo games that he may still have in his possession.

The judge’s order states:

This week’s episode of Nintendo Minute has gone live. In today’s video, Kit and Krysta break down Animal Crossing: New Horizons school essentials themed after the game. Check out the full episode below.

Another Pokemon is receiving the Build-A-Bear treatment. Espeon, an evolution of Eevee, is now available as a plushie from the retailer.

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The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3

Charles Martinet has long been associated as the voice of Mario. However, he’s not the only one to have played the character. Walker Boone voiced the famous plumber in The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World, two animated shows that aired during the early ’90s.

Sadly, Walker has passed away. His death actually occurred towards the beginning of the year, but it seems as though the news went largely unnoticed until today.

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