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Flying Tiger Entertainment isn’t slowing down with its Data East arcade releases on Switch. Next month, the company will be publishing Shoot Out.

Shoot Out, an action-packed shooter, will have players stopping criminal gangsters and saving civilians. It’s due out on August 2 for $7.99.


Bethesda was an early supporter of Switch, and that support has continued into this year. Following up on The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Doom, Wolfenstein II and Fallout Shelter released not too long ago. The Elder Scrolls: Legends will also arrive later this year.

Bethesda’s Pete Hines was recently quizzed about Switch games going forward. Hines did mention that id Software has its hands full at the moment, though the company is considering what fans are interested in as well as future titles “that might be a good fit.” He concluded that Bethesda wants to continue supporting Switch “with whatever we’re making that will run and run well”

In this week’s issue of Famitsu, the Japanese magazine has a lengthy interview for Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu / Eevee. Director Junichi Masuda was brought in to discuss the new Switch entry in the franchise.

Masuda spoke about the game’s graphics, making changes to core aspects of the series (like removing wild battles which was debated internally), the decision to use mechanics from Pokemon GO, and more. We also have the full comments on Masuda speaking about the 2019 title, which we reported on earlier in the week.

Physical Switch games are coming in thick and fast but buying them all isn’t just an open and shut case. It’s time for us to think inside the box and discover if physical Switch games are worth their weight in plastic. What is your opinion?

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Following up on yesterday’s debut trailer, a second video has appeared for Mega Man: Fully Charged to promote the animated series’ first episode. Watch it below.

Game Informer managed to get some hands-on time with NBA 2K19, and has detailed a number of improvements being made to this year’s title. Here’s the full breakdown:

Dragalia Lost

Back in April, Nintendo announced a surprise partnership with Cygames on a new mobile game called Dragalia Lost. Recently, Japanese magazine Famitsu spoke with a couple of the developers working on the project. Nintendo’s Hideki Konno and Cygames’ Hiroki Matsuura participated in the discussion.

We now have a translation of the interview. Continue on below to read it in full.

MercurySteam worked very closely with Nintendo on last year’s Metroid: Samus Returns. That wasn’t the first time the studio collaborated with a Japanese company, as Konami was present when the team was creating the Castlevania: Lords of Shadow games.

In a new interview, MercurySteam’s Enric Álvarez was asked about the differences in working with Japanese and western publishers. Álvarez specifically brought up Nintendo and stated that they value quality, polish, and player satisfaction above all else.

Earlier in the week, we found out that Kefla will be joining Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 thanks to the latest issue of V-Jump. Bandai Namco has since come forward with the first screenshots below.

Kefla will be added as a DLC character in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. No word yet on when she’ll be available.

During the latest Feh Channel broadcast for Fire Emblem Heroes, a new Forging Bonds event was announced. This involves forging bonds on the battlefield and growing closer to Heroes. Players can unlock and view special conversations by growing closer to the event characters.

Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have now provided further information as to how Forging Bonds works. Continue on below for the full rundown.

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