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Atlus announced Persona Q2 for 3DS last August. Little information was shared at the time, and that still holds true today. Atlus’ Kazuhisa Wada did at least say this week that the team is still “hard at work” on the game.

As Atlus continues to remain quiet, some Persona Q2-related assets may have been uncovered from the PlayStation dancing music / rhythm games Persona 3: Dancing Moon Night and Persona 5: Dancing Star Night. Images were datamined, possibly showing what Persona 5 characters may look like in the 3DS game.

Last week, there was apparently a major datamine for Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Rumored details about upcoming content from the Expansion Pass leaked, including information regarding the story DLC and new Blades.

That wasn’t the only recent datamine for Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Moosehunter, who has datamined the RPG previously, also apparently uncovered extra tidbits.

Some interesting information has come in hot on the heels of speculation about the first Pokemon entry on Switch., along with, have been registered as website domains. Both were just established yesterday – May 15.

New Mario Tennis Aces characters have surfaced in unexpected ways. We’ve seen them pop in through official videos and even pre-order merchandise in Japan.

We may have another two characters on our hands thanks to the official Japanese website. It goes without saying, but spoilers follow below.

It’s been a busy start to the week for Nintendo rumors. In the latest round of speculation, Pokemon is the focus.

Nintendo and The Pokemon Company are supposedly gearing up for a reveal very soon. Emily Rogers, who has been both correct and somewhat off with past rumors in the past, claims that an announcement will be happening by the end of the month. Rogers brings up Pokemon GO as she suggests fans consider what that mobile game could mean for the future of the series. The name and branding may also “raise a few eyebrows.”

The rumor mill has been swirling today with speculation about Star Fox: Grand Prix. Supposedly, Retro Studios is working on this new project for Switch, which is drawing comparisons to Diddy Kong Racing. Among what’s speculated to be included in the game is a story mode and boss battles.

Star Fox: Grand Prix apparently wasn’t the only title Retro had been working on since Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, though it may never see the light of day. Kotaku reports that “Retro had a separate project that went through a rocky development cycle and may in fact be canceled.”

When Activision unveiled Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 in March, Switch was not included among the confirmed platforms. But a new discovery at GameStop is giving hope that the shooter will make its way to the system after all. Today, Twitter user AUGMC snapped a photo showing a Switch case for Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 at the retailer.

Activision will be blowing out Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 at an event later this week. If a Switch version is happening, perhaps we’ll hear about it then. Activision could also choose to announce it even further down the road – something that has happened with other Nintendo platforms in the past. Of course, nothing is confirmed, so take this with a grain of salt for now.

Thanks to Jes T for the tip.


On two separate occasions, signs have pointed to a possible Switch version of Paladins. The rumor cycle started at the end of November when updated engine config files referenced Nintendo’s console. Then just last month, an “Oasis” codename was discovered that pointed to a Nintendo account.

Dataminers have gone to work once again. In the latest update, it’s been found that Joy-Con images are included next to the Xbox One and PS4 controllers pictures. They are intended to appear in the options menu, likely to remap controls.

We don’t need to point out how quiet Retro Studios has been since 2014. That was when the company’s last game, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, first appeared on Wii U.

Retro Studios is back in the news with some new speculation that has surfaced over the past couple of days. Alleged leaks claim that they’re working on the new Switch game Star Fox Grand Prix.

Datamining has often led to new information about games being uncovered early. For example, a bunch of costumes were found in update files for Super Mario Odyssey ahead of time, which Nintendo has slowly started adding in over the past couple of months.

Another datamine appears to have taken place for another Switch game, and it’s pretty huge. Details about Xenoblade Chronicles 2’s story DLC have apparently been uncovered, as well as information about new Blades.

We have a roundup of information below – proceed at your own risk.

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