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During an interview last month, GameDaily spoke with Nintendo of America head of sales and marketing Doug Bowser. A number of topics were discussed, including Switch’s audience.

According to Bowser, the system has a “broad” demographic. While games like Zelda: Breath of the Wild and mature titles “skew a bit older,” Nintendo has also seen titles including Kirby Star Allies and Splatoon 2 appealing to a younger segment. A wide array of players are also experiencing Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 fan Moosehunter has shared a lot of early information about the RPG before it was officially announced. It’s how we found out about things like Shulk and Fiora in the Challenge Mode Pack, among other things.

Though it was initially discovered a few weeks back, new datamined information has been floating around this week. Continue on below for more details.

With every major Pokemon game, there is usually a decision involved. Nintendo often publishes two versions which fans often choose between. That doesn’t go for everyone as some folks will pick up both, but players generally settle for one version.

Pokemon: Let’s Go is this year’s entry, and it’s significant since it’ll be appearing on Switch. But which version will you be going for: Pikachu or Eevee? Perhaps you’re in that small group interested in both versions? Or maybe you’re buying neither! Let us know in the comments below.

The Octopath Traveler collector’s edition, known as the Traveler’s Compendium Edition in PAL regions, is something special. The map, coin and art are nice and all but be careful because the surprise waiting on the other side of the box might pop up and surprise you.

According to a listing on VideoGamesPlus, a Steven Universe & OK KO Bundle is coming to Switch. The retailer does not offer any specifics aside from a tentative October 30 release date and $49.99 CDN price point.

Despite the lack of details, we have a pretty good idea as to what this listing entails. Steven Universe: Save the Light came out late last year. OK K.O.! Let’s Play Heroes, another Cartoon Network-based game, then launched this past January. It’s possible that both are heading to Switch in a new bundle at retail.

Level-5 issued a new batch of details and screenshots for Inazuma Eleven Ares. We have more information on the soccer matches as well as the toy link system. We’ve rounded everything up below, courtesy of Gematsu.

Capcom is putting out Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 + 2 this month. If you find the games too difficult, you’ll be happy to hear that a Rookie Hunter / Easy Mode is included. It can be toggled in-game as well as in the main menu.

When the mode is enabled, the damage taken will be reduced by half. Also, in X4 to X8, you won’t have to deal with insta-deaths from spikes and bottomless pits.

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Dies irae: Amantes amentes is heading to Switch. The announcement was shared during a recent Niconico live stream with Light and Campus last week. An official site also opened today with a September 27 release date.

A popular visual novel, Dies irae has also been given the anime treatment. It finally received an English release last year following a successful Kickstarter campaign.

It’ll be a few days until we have a truly good idea as to how Octopath Traveler is selling in Japan. When Media Create publishes its next report on Wednesday, first week data for the RPG will be revealed.

We do at least have one encouraging tidbit from Square Enix directly. On the official Twitter account, an apology was posted for the game selling out, which is happening during a three-day weekend. Square Enix recommends considering the digital version to fans who are looking for a copy.

Two new clips have arrived for Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu / Eevee. Videos showing a trainer battle and wild encounter can be found below.

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