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The Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia finally released outside of Japan this week. Dark Horse published a trailer for the book, which we have below.

You can purchase The Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia in standard and limited edition forms here.

Ubisoft’s relationship with Nintendo seems to be closer than ever. For two consecutive years, the company has announced major partnerships. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle was first last year, followed by Star Fox in Starlink: Battle for Atlas at this year’s show.

Yves Guillemot spoke about collaborating with Nintendo and specifically working with Shigeru Miyamoto in a new interview. Guillemot told Geoff Keighley the following during YouTube Live at E3 last week:

Pokemon CEO and president Tsunekazu Ishihara has explained why the new Let’s Go games are based on the Game Boy classic Pokemon Yellow.

In an interview with Famitsu in one of its recent issues, Ishihara mentioned that they wanted to expand the idea of walking around with a partner Pokemon, which was featured in Pokemon GO. Pikachu can also be seen with Ash in the anime, while Eevee has been popular since it can evolve in various ways.

West of Loathing

West of Loathing is one of the latest games to have reached Switch after it initially released on PC. Thus far, things have been going well.

According to producer Kevin Simmons, the West of Loathing’s Switch version sold roughly a third as it did on Steam. Simmons added that the team is “thrilled” and feels that “those are great numbers for a goofy stick-figure cowboy comedy game.”

West of Loathing is currently available on Switch via the eShop.


The Teen Choice Awards have been going strong for nearly two decades. Fans are able to make their voices heard across a number of different entertainment categories, including TV shows, movies, and video games.

For this year’s show, a few Nintendo-related titles have been nominated under the “Choice Videogame” category. Two hit games in Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey are included.

Switch was practically built with multiplayer in mind. The Joy-Con themselves can be detached from the main unit so that they can be shared with another person, allowing for gaming sessions with friends anywhere.

Nintendo has also put out quite a few multiplayer-focused Switch games over the past year or so. We’ve seen the likes of ARMS, Splatoon 2, and Mario Tennis Aces with Super Mario Party and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate to follow later in the year.


Playdead announced this week that Inside is finally heading to Switch on June 28. Not only that, but the studio’s previous title Limbo is due out on the same day.

Below are Switch-branded trailers for both games:

Square Enix has discounted a few games across Switch and 3DS through the eShops. Eligible titles include Lost Sphear, Final Fantasy Explorers, and more.

The full lineup is as follows:

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The Journey Down kicked off on Switch this week with its first chapter. Have a look at some footage from the episode below.

Sushi Striker

Nintendo published one more trailer for Sushi Striker as a way of highlighting some of the game’s accolades. You can watch it below.

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