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Earlier in the month, an interview was published with Nintendo Labo director Tsubasa Sakaguchi, Switch director / Nintendo Labo producer Kouichi Kawamoto, and Nintendo Labo hardware lead Mr. Ogasawara. The developers had plenty to say about the new initiative for Switch during that discussion.

Today, the second portion was published online. The three developers had even more interesting things to share, including prototypes, why cardboard is used, and more.

You can read the next part of the interview below.

This week’s Wii U eShop charts are as follows:


1. Shadow Archery
2. Brain Age
3. Super Mario 64
4. Zelda: Ocarina of Time
5. Super Mario World
6. Mario Party 10
7. Zelda: Majora’s Mask
8. Mario Party 2
9. Super Mario Bros. 3
10. Super Mario 3D World
11. Minecraft: Wii U Edition
12. Super Mario Bros.
13. Zelda: Wind Waker HD
14. Mario Kart 64
15. The Legend of Zelda
16. Paper Mario
17. Zelda: A Link to the Past
18. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
19. FAST Racing Neo
20. Zelda: Skyward Sword


1. Super Smash Bros. is Coming to Switch
2. Super Mario Mash-Up Pack for Minecraft: Wii U Edition
3. The Bros. and Bowser… Still Better Together?
4. Super Play Time – Splatoon – Get Kraken with Pro Tips
5. Super Play Time – Splatoon – First Dip
6. Super Smash Bros. – Final Video Presentation
7. Zelda: Breath of the Wild Nintendo Switch Presentation Trailer
8. Mario Kart 8 New amiibo Racing Suits Trailer
9. Super Mario 64 Trailer
10. Nintendo Minute – Mario Kart 8 DLC Pack 2 First Look
11. Pokken Tournament TV Spot
12. Zelda: Breath of the Wild Accolades Trailer
13. Super Smash Bros. – Bayonetta Gets Wicked
14. Super Mario 3D World Trailer
15. Nintendo Minute – Super Smash Bros. Cloud DLC
16. Super Play Time – Splatoon – Weapon Splategies
17. Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Life in the Ruins
18. Super Mario 3D World Trailer 2
19. Super Mario Maker Key Update Video
20. Lost Reavers Trailer

Source: Wii U eShop


Miitomo has been updated with more content. Users will find a new stage, along with some brand new items.

“Konnichiwa! Japanese Culture #1” is the new stage. It includes the following:

– Kanji dress
– Floating kanji
– Kanji zip up hoodie
– Kanji slouchy sweatpants

And as far as the new items go, you can nab the following:

– Sports eye-visor
– Crazy color shirt
– Collared waistcoat


Crunching Koalas is still tinkering away on Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs. In a news post sent out to Switch owners today, the company offered some advise regarding how players can go about improving load times and outlined what’s in store for the next patch (version 1.0.2).

Here’s the full rundown:

Next Thursday, the 2D action adventure roguelite A Robot Named Fight will be arriving on the Switch eShop. Get a look at some footage below.

Nintendo has previously said that replacement parts would be offered for Nintendo Labo. Now that it’s launching tomorrow, the company’s online store has updated as promised.

A bunch of different parts are available, ranging from $1.99 up through $13.99. For the full set, continue on below.

A Switch version of 20XX could be in the cards. The game was rated by PEGI earlier in the week, hinting at an upcoming announcement.

20XX, a roguelike action platformer, takes plenty of inspiration from Mega Man, but has its own set of features to stand apart. Full co-op is supported via both local and online play. With its roguelike features, each time you play, the stages will be new.

Here’s an overview of 20XX from its Steam listing, along with a trailer:

System: Switch (eShop)
Release date: April 19, 2018
Developer: Playdius
Publisher: Oudidon

BAFL: Breaks Are For Losers is a title that strives to deliver classic “old school arcade racing games” vibes on the portable system we’ve all come to love. After previously appearing on Steam, it seemed like more than a fitting enough release to be added to the Switch’s library. But does BAFL successfully capture the rush and fun of classing old school racing games, or is it actually just something for the losers?

Exquisite Gaming is preparing a new type of accessory, and it’s quite a bit different from the norm. The “XL Crash Bandicoot Cable Guy” lets the famous gaming character hold your Switch for you – or even a tablet, PlayStation and Xbox controllers.

The model stands at 12″ tall in case you’re wondering. It also claims to be officially licensed, so that’s encouraging.

You can pre-order the XL Crash Bandicoot Cable Guy on Amazon here. It’s slated for June 15.

A number of new deals have started today on the North American Switch and 3DS eShops. Highlights include Nine Parchments for 40% off, Persona Q for 25% off, and more.

Here’s the full roundup:


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