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Remember Target’s Mario Kart 8 Deluxe commercial from earlier in the year? The retailer also made an advert for Super Mario Odyssey. You can see it below.

This past week, Ubisoft brought Monopoly to Switch. We have the game’s official launch trailer attached below.

The rhythm game Superbeat: Xonic lands on Switch at the end of this month. Take a look at a half hour of footage below.

After many years of exclusivity, Monster Hunter is no longer exclusive to Nintendo platforms. In fact, the latest major game isn’t on any Nintendo system at all. Capcom announced Monster Hunter World at E3, which currently has no sign of showing up on something like Switch.

Eurogamer did ask co-director Kaname Fujioka about the possibility of porting Monster Hunter World over to Switch in a recent interview. But unfortunately, Fujioka was naturally cagey about the subject. He instead wants to think more about the future in terms of how Monster Hunter can be adapted there.

Here’s what Fujioka had to say about Monster Hunter on Switch:

At Paris Games Week, Nintendo was showing off Xenoblade Chronicles 2. It’s the same Uraya Titan we’ve seen a few times, but it’s another look at one of the latest builds in English with extensive gameplay. Check out the video below.

Nintendo has once again introduced a new rare Blade from Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Today we have a look at Musubi, who was designed by Kia Asamiya. The Blade is also voiced by Miki Takahashi.

Here’s a look at the Blade:


Natsume posted the third “Feature Spotlight” video for Harvest Moon: Light of Hope this week. It goes over the bachelors and bachelorettes, gift giving, and festivals.

Here’s the video:

A significant amount of footage has come in for Sonic Forces on Switch. Watch a half hour of gameplay below.

moldyclay is back with a new version of the amiibo compatibility chart. For the latest update, a whole bunch of games have been added in. You can have a look at the full chart below.


Japan’s fourth Splatfest for Splatoon 2 has now been announced. It’s food-themed, with players being asked if they like having karaage (sort of like a Japanese take on fried chicken) with or without lemon.

The Splatfest will begin on November 11 at 3 PM Japan time. It’ll last for a full day, with the results coming soon after.



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