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The latest character introduction for Fire Emblem: Three Houses is in. Today’s bio is for Catherine, a member of the Seiros Knights.

Here’s the full introduction:

It’s been ten years of Just Dance, and the series is showing no signs of slowing down. Ubisoft announced the latest entry this week, Just Dance 2020, and the game will be on Switch – along with Wii, unbelievably enough. We have a look at the boxart above.

Just Dance 2020 will be out on November 5. The game can be pre-ordered on Amazon here.

Nintendo has shared a short interview with a pair of Luigi’s Mansion 3 developers. Producer Kensuke Tanabe and supervisor Yoshihito Ikebata discussed how the hotel concept came to be, what makes Luigi a compelling character to play as, and more.

Here’s the full interview:

At E3 2019 this week, we were able to go hands-on with Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3. Have a look at some footage from our hands-on session below.

Contra Rogue Corps will not impose any microtransactions on players, Konami has confirmed. That news comes straight from director and producer Nobuya Nakazato, who shared the news in an interview with 4Gamer.

Nakazato said the following regarding keeping microtransactions out of the game:

One of the new features we found out about for Doom Eternal this past week is Battlemode. In this multiplayer mode, a fully-armed Doom Slayer goes up against against two player-controlled demons in first-person combat.

As far as multiplayer goes, that’ll be just about it for Doom Eternal. Executive producer Marty Stratton told IGN at E3 this week that there will not be any other traditional multiplayer mode in the game.

Just in time for Father’s Day comes yet another North American Switch commercial. Find an advert focusing on dads in the video below.

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The latest episode of Nintendo Power podcast is now live. Host Chris Slate, along with Kit Ellis from Nintendo Minute, share their thoughts on the show’s biggest games and announcements from E3 2019. Special guests Pete Hines from Bethesda Softworks and the president of Nintendo of America, Doug Bowser, also appear.

Here’s the full episode:

My Time at Portia has received its latest patch on Switch. Today’s update is said to include various bug fixes and performance improvements – including instances of lag and stuttering.

Below are the full patch notes:

If you want to own Ikaruga on Switch, the only option you have is digital. Nicalis released Treasure’s shoot ’em up awhile back exclusively on the eShop. However, it sounds like fans will have another option soon.

On Twitter today, Nicalis posted the image above – a boxart image for Ikaruga, which teases a physical copy. The company didn’t say anything else aside from suggesting that fans sign up for their store newsletter. That can be done on the official website here. Stay tuned for future updates.

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