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Nippon Ichi Software has released the boxart for its survival adventure game To All Mankind, which we have above. You can also access the new Japanese website here.

To All Mankind launches May 30 in Japan.

Team Cherry shared some additional news tidbits about Hollow Knight: Silksong, which they announced earlier today, in a new blog post. The original Hollow Knight started out as a Kickstarter project, and all 2158 backers will receive Hollow Knight: Silksong for free. Backers can choose to receive a code for either the Switch or the PC version.

The blog post also reveals that the original Hollow Knight has sold a total of 2.8 million copies so far across all platforms. While we don’t have an exact breakdown by platform, we know that the game sold 250,000 copies on Nintendo Switch in its first two weeks.

Finally, here are some in-game screenshots from Hollow Knight: Silksong:

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The Fire Emblem series has been constantly changing and evolving over the years, and this is especially true for the character designs. Usually, the series sticks with a character designer for one or two games, then brings in a new one. This also holds true for the next game in the series, Fire Emblem: Three Houses. The identity of the new character designer has been the source of much speculation since the game was revealed last year, but Nintendo has now confirmed on their Japanese website that Chinatsu Kurahana is the one who got the job.

Kurahana is a freelance artist who is most famous for her work on the Uta no Prince-sama series in its various incarnations, from game to manga to anime. She was also the character designer for the Samurai Flamenco anime and the Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters game.

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Team Cherry announced today that Hollow Knight: Silksong is coming to Nintendo Switch. This is a full-blown sequel to Hollow Knight. This time, you play as Hornet, one of the pivotal characters from the first game. The game currently has no set release date, so it could be a while before we can play it. Check out the announcement trailer, and keep reading below for the full press release from Team Cherry:

Developer Nippon Ichi has gone in on some new details for their upcoming RPG title Destiny Connect, discussing new characters, skills, Isaac forms, and costumes.

All information has been translated by Gematsu. The full details and screens can be viewed below.

As part of the lead up to the launch of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy, Capcom has released yet another set of screenshots — this time featuring Franziska von Karma and Godot.

This is the fourth set in a four week series of screens. The images can be viewed below.

With another D.I.C.E Awards show in the books, several Nintendo titles walked away with wins across multiple categories.

While Sony’s God of War took home the most awards, Celeste was the only other title to score big in more than one category. In addition, both Mario Tennis Aces and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate were selected in their respective sports and fighting game categories.

The full list of award winners can be viewed below.

Developer Regista has confirmed that they are following up the release of The Demon Crystal on Switch by bringing the sequel — The Demon Crystal II: Knither — to the console as well this year in Japan.

Originally released in 1986, the classic side-scroller title will be hitting the eShop, as confirmed by the game’s official website.

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Arc System Works is back with a whopping ten more videos on Wizard’s Symphony, this time focusing on the game’s “Battle System”.

All of the footage can be viewed below. Thanks to Gematsu for translating the subject for each.

Today’s Nintendo Direct ended with the announcement that The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening is seeing a remake on Switch. Well over 20 years later, the classic title is returning in a big way. Get a look at a few comparisons below showing how the Game Boy / Game Boy Color original stacks up to the new Switch version.

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