HORI also putting out Switch Mario Analog Caps, Mario / Luigi wheels
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HORI has a whole bunch of accessories on the way for Switch. We previously reported on some goodies featuring Splatoon 2. HORI is also preparing a fight pad and its own wired controller with a detachable d-pad.
If that wasn’t enough, Amazon shows even more HORI accessories for Switch. Mario Analog Caps will help protect your Joy-Con while offering increased accuracy and comfort. Additionally, you’ll be able to pick up Joy-Con wheels with different designs for Mario and Luigi as a Mario Kart 8 Deluxe tie-in.
HORI’s Switch fight stick, HORIPAD Wired Controller will be sold in North America
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HORI officially announced its fight stick for Switch back in March. At the time though, the news only pertained to Japan.
A new listing on Amazon reveals that the Real Arcade Pro V Hayabusa Fight Stick will also be sold in North America. Though it may change, the current release date is July 31. Pre-orders are open on Amazon here.
HORi is also preparing its HORIPAD Wired Controller. It’s unique in that it comes with a detachable d-pad adapter. Amazon also has this one up here with a tentative July 31 release date.
GameSpot showing three unspecified Nintendo games during E3 stream
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At E3 2017 next week, GameSpot will be hosting its own stage show to show off upcoming games from various companies. Nintendo will be represented with three titles. GameSpot will be featuring each one on three different days – Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
It’d be very surprising if at least one of these sessions isn’t for Super Mario Odyssey. As for the other two, that’s unknown for now.
GameSpot will be showing the three Nintendo games at the following times:
Nights of Azure 2 boxart
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The boxart is in for Nights of Azure 2. Take a look at the packaging image above.
Nintendo NY’s E3 2017 plans – presentation and Treehouse streams, meet Charles Martinet, demos
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Nintendo NY has big plans in store for E3 2017. The store rolled out what it has planned for the expo next week.
On Tuesday, Nintendo NY will host a live stream of Nintendo Spotlight: E3 presentation as it happens. The Treehouse streams will also be covered throughout the week. Charles Martinet, the voice of Mario, will be stopping by next Friday, and playable demos will be available.
Here’s a roundup of everything Nintendo NY is planning for E3:
Amazon Canada opens pre-orders for new Pokemon games, Atlus 3DS titles
A number of new announcements were made this week, and Amazon Canada has followed up with pre-orders. Pokemon Ultra Sun, Ultra Moon, and Pokken Tournament DX here as well as Atlus latest 3DS offerings – Etrian Odyssey V, Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology, and Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey Redux – were all confirmed. You can pre-order each game here.
Just as a reminder, Amazon US also opened pre-orders. In case you missed them, they’re are all up here.
2017 Splatoon 2 World Inkling Invitational Spotlight: Deadbeat
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The fourth spotlight video is now online for the 2017 Splatoon 2 World Inkling Invitational. Today we’re introduced to Deadbeat, the team representing North America. Take a look at the video below.
New ARMS art for Twintelle and Spring Man
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A new piece of ARMS art has dropped on the game’s Japanese Twitter page featuring Twintelle and Spring Man. Have a look at it above.
Aonuma goes in-depth on Zelda: Breath of the Wild, franchise in general in huge interview
Posted on 9 months ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, News, Switch, Wii U | 0 comments | 0 Likes
If you’re looking for some good Zelda reading material, you may want to read up on a new interview published by Denfaminicogamer. The site shared a huge discussion conducted between series producer Eiji Aonuma and Square Enix’s Jin Fujisawa, who has been overseeing the Dragon Quest series. Much of the talk is about Zelda: Breath of the Wild and the franchise in general. I don’t think we could even begin to do the interview justice by posting a summary or excerpts here, so read up on the full interview on this page if you’re interested.
ARMS art director on Min-Min’s design, approach to female characters, designing legs
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Kotaku recently spoke with Masaaki Ishikawa, the art director for ARMS. Ishikawa weighed in on Min-Min’s design, the fighter’s female characters, and the thought process behind designing legs.
Read up on what Ishikawa said below. You can check out Kotaku’s original piece here.