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IGN got a chance to sit down and talk about Minecraft Dungeons gameplay with a couple members of the game’s development team.

Those interested can check out their E3 segment below.

This week’s Famitsu review scores are as follows:

Coming from the latest issue of Famitsu in Japan, the first six titles have been revealed as part of the Space Invaders: Invincible Collection.

The following titles have been confirmed. More titles will be revealed at a later time.

  • Space Invaders
  • Space Invaders Part II
  • Super Space Invaders ’91
  • Space Invaders DX
  • Space Invaders Extreme
  • Space Cyclone

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Square Enix has officially outlined the special editions and Switch hardware bundles that are coming for Dragon Quest XI S in Japan.

The information dump includes the contents of the Dragon Quest XI S Loto Edition Switch hardware bundle, the Gorgeous Edition, and the Super Gorgeous Edition — all of which will release in Japan on September 27th.

Full details as translated and outlined by Gematsu can be viewed below.

We found out earlier today that The Sinking City is coming to Switch. For a look at the game’s new trailer for E3 2019, continue on below.

Nintendo just passed along a press release recapping all of its activities at E3 2019 today. We have the full thing below.

REDMOND, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Nintendo kicked off the first day of the E3 video game trade show with big announcements in its morning Nintendo Direct presentation. Nintendo followed its presentation with a day of Nintendo Treehouse: Live gameplay and interview segments designed to give fans a deeper look at various games:

Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield: Developers from GAME FREAK inc. explained how wild and random encounters work in the game. They also showed off the in-game battle system, Max Raid Battles and details of the Wild Area. The games are scheduled to launch Nov. 15.

Square Enix has revealed a new Dragon Quest slime controller for Switch. It acts like a Pro controller, complete with triggers, thumbsticks, motion controls, and more. The main difference here is the rubber-coated blue slime and large shape.

The controller will be out in September in Japan. It will come with cardboard stand to let fans dress their Switch up like a Dragon Quest treasure chest.


The first trailer for Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 debuted earlier today. In it, we saw surfing as one of the included events. But whereas Mario removes his shoes and we see his feet, that isn’t the case for Sonic. The Blue Blur leaves his gear on for the event.

Polygon reached out to SEGA about that, and actually received a response. Sonic Team boss Takashi Tezuka said, “Sonic doesn’t take off his shoes (in canon).” So there’s your explanation.


A short trailer has come in announcing the new Switch version of Alien: Isolation. Get a look at the video below.

During a live stream earlier today, NIS America showed off the first footage from Disgaea 4 Complete+. Check out the recording below.