Amazon Japan has already posted the tentative file size for Bayonetta 2 on Switch. Now it seems that we have the size for the first game as well.
According to Amazon’s listing, Bayonetta 1 takes up roughly 16GB of space. The final size may vary slightly, but we’ll keep you updated if there are any changes.
Switch is getting a “Pupper” Controller Joy-Con Attachment
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Update (12/16): This is now up on Amazon. It can be ordered, though the product is temporarily out of stock. We assume orders will ship soon.
Original (12/13): Back during the Switch’s early days, the Joy-Con grip with the controllers slotted in often drew comparisons to a puppy’s face. Hyperkin is taking advantage of the previous buzz with a new accessory.
Amazon is listing the “Pupper” Controller Attachment for Switch Joy-Con. It offers the following:
Fallen Legion: Rise to Glory will have a special edition
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When Fallen Legion: Rise to Glory reaches Switch next year, NIS America will be bringing out a special version of the game. Pre-orders have started for the “Exemplary Edition”.
Aside from the game, Fallen Legion: Rise to Glory Exemplary Edition has a few other goodies. It’ll feature a collector’s box, hardcover art book, soundtrack, and “Medallion of Honor”.
The Fallen Legion: Rise to Glory Exemplary Edition costs $60. You can pre-order it on the NIS America store here.
New character teased for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, more costumes in the works
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This month’s issue of V Jump has a very interesting tease about the future of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.
The Japanese magazine shares first images and details about a new original character named Fuu. He could be a member of the demon clan, but that isn’t entirely confirmed just yet.
Phantasy Star Online 2 Cloud releasing Spring 2018 in Japan
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We knew that Phantasy Star Online 2 Cloud would be launching for Switch in Japan sometime in 2018. SEGA has now narrowed things down a bit further, confirming a release window of Spring 2018.
SEGA has shared the following information:
– No time-consuming downloads and constant updates since everything is on a cloud server
– Runs at 30 frames per second, but there may be lag depending on network conditions
– A stable Internet connection is required to play
– The Switch version cannot play quests with models outside of the PC version
– All accounts use the same SEGA ID, so Arks Cash and Star Gems can be shared across models
– Can switch between models as you please as long as you are not logged in at the same time
Atelier Lydie & Suelle: Alchemists of the Mysterious Painting Switch vs. PS4 vs. PS Vita screenshot comparisons
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Koei Tecmo released a few new Atelier Lydie & Suelle: Alchemists of the Mysterious Painting screenshots comparing all versions of the game. You can see the different comparisons below. PS4 is on top, Switch is second, and PS Vita is last.
The latest episode of Denjin Gacha featured new footage of the Switch game Gal Metal. View the gameplay in the video below.
Grey Box published the fourth and final developer diary for Rime. In it, Tequila Works dives into the deeper meanings and themes surrounding the experience. Check out the full video below.
North American Attack on Titan 2 boxart
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Amazon has posted the North American Attack on Titan 2 boxart. Unsurprisingly, it’s using the same art as its Japanese counterpart. Check out the boxart above.
Square Enix happy for Switch’s success, system could get sequels to older IPs, multiplatform approach
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Yosuke Matsuda, the president of Square Enix, has spoken quite a bit about Switch as of late. Matsuda recently said that the company is interested in bringing past titles to the system, and noted how it’s “a very attractive and important platform”.
Matsuda had even more to say about Switch in an interview with The Telegraph. First, when asked how Switch has changed how Square Enix looks at developing and designing games, he said: