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At the Tokyo Game Show today, Square Enix hosted a live stream featuring World of Final Fantasy Maxima. A few minutes of footage can be found below.

Hamster is currently hosting a live stream on Niconico from the Tokyo Game Show. During the event, several new NeoGeo games were announced for Switch.

The King of Fighters 2001, Zupapa!, 3 Count Bout, Pleasure Goal, Savage Reign, and Strikers 1945 Plus are on the way. Bust-A-Move and Bust-A-Move Again were also reconfirmed.

No word on specific release dates at this time. However, these games should be rolled out gradually in the near future.

Risk of Rain Switch footage

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This past Thursday, Risk of Rain made a surprise appearance on the Switch eShop. Get a look at over an hour of footage below.

During a Tokyo Game Show live stream, Japanese 4Gamer showcased the latest footage from Super Neptunia RPG. We’ve included the recording below.


The Famicast has recorded new gameplay of Leif’s Adventure: Netherworld Hero from the Tokyo Game Show. For a look at the footage, continue on below.

Smite fans have been poking through the game’s 5.18 patch and have found something rather interesting. A reference to Switch now exists in the latest engine config file under the Oasis tag. Strings are included for the eShop in which players would be able to purchase gems.

If everything here sounds familiar, that’s because something similar happened with Paladins before it was officially announced for Switch. Hi-Rez Studios is likely preparing its MOBA for Nintendo’s console, though it’s unclear when an official announcement will be made.

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Dead Cells has received a new patch on Switch as Motion Twin begins to address some frame rate issues.

Once the patch is installed, a 30 FPS option will be available. Motion Twin says it’s intended for those who are “particularly sensitive to frame rate issues”. It’s more of a “band-aid solution” as the team works on bigger fixes.

As it’s September 23 in Japan, Nintendo is officially one year older. The company was first established on September 23, 1889.

At this point Nintendo’s early history is well-known. It took the company quite some time to get into the gaming business since a number of other initiatives took the focus – such as hanafuda cards.

Nintendo is in one of its strongest positions today, especially compared to a few years ago. The Big N is rolling with the Switch, has some games going in the mobile space, and is pursuing general entertainment options like the Mario movie and Super Nintendo World. Let’s hope the success continues in the near future and long-term.

Everspace Switch handheld footage

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A number of Switch games are on display at EGX 2018 this weekend, including Everspace. Check out some handheld footage below.

Sublevel Zero Redux is featured at EGX 2018 this weekend with a playable demo. Take a look at some off-screen footage below.

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