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A new update has been released for Fuga: Melodies of Steel, bringing the game up to version 1.50. This update mostly addresses the usability of certain gameplay mechanics of the title. Full details can be found below:

Publisher Milestone have announced that this year’s instalment in the long-running MotoGP franchise, MotoGP 23, will be coming to Switch on June 8, and have shared an announcement trailer for the game, alongside some details about what is included in this year’s iteration. Most notably, community feedback has resulted in the inclusion of Dynamic Weather, and the AI has been improved. Unfortunately, neither the Flag-to-Flag features nor crossplay will be available on the Switch version of the title.

Below is some more information about the game, as well as the trailer:

Yuri: Underground Lord will be appearing in Fire Emblem Heroes as a new Legendary Hero, Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have announced.

The character is voiced by Alejandro Saab with art from sena. Yuri also has the learnable skills Abyssal Blade, Foul Play, Atk/Spd Hexblade, Seal Spd 4, and Fetters of Dromi.

Splatoon 3 update 3.1.0

Nintendo just announced a new version 3.1.0 update for Splatoon 3, and this is another big one. It will go live tomorrow, March 30.

Various changes have been made to Splatfests, weapons, and more. A ton of bug fixes have been implemented as well. The next big update is planned for the end of the current season, which “will focus primarily on balance adjustments and adding features for the new season starting in June.”

The full patch notes for the Splatoon 3 version 3.1.0 update are as follows:

Master Detective Archives Rain Code Reasoning Death Match

Today, Spike Chunsoft shared new details about its lucid-noir detective adventure Master Detective Archives: Rain Code, covering areas players will visit early in the game, mystery-solving elements, and the basics of the Reasoning Death Match. We also have new screenshots.

Here’s the full rundown:

It’s finally happened: the 3DS and Wii U eShops are no more. While this has been a bummer for many of us, in this week’s episode of Nintendo Everything Refresh, we’re looking back on some of our favorite memories from Nintendo’s last-gen systems, reflecting on the games that impacted us the most, and sharing our thoughts on how these amazing systems will be remembered in the future. We’ll also dive into some of the big games announced or released over the past few weeks, including LEGO 2K Drive, Bayonetta Origins, and much more!

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Yesterday, Nintendo finally unveiled ten minutes of gameplay from the highly anticipated The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom featuring series producer Eiji Aonuma. I am now joined by special guest and Breath of the Wild super fan, Myles, to discuss all the new mechanics, powers, enemies and more found in our newest video. It’s a long one, so strap in!

Mario movie post credits scene

When The Super Mario Bros. Movie releases next week, viewers can look forward to a post-credits scene. Chris Pratt, the actor who voices Mario in the movie, confirmed as such in an interview with CBR.

Post-credits scenes are all the rage these days, and sometimes tease what could come next. It turns out that The Super Mario Bros. Movie will follow that tradition. Pratt indicated that the scene “gives you a taste of what the sequel could be about.”

Zelda Tears of the Kingdom OLED

Original (3/28): Nintendo has officially revealed a special Switch bundle based on The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. Additionally, a special Switch Pro Controller is in the works.

The Switch system will launch ahead of the actual game, so you’ll be able to grab it on April 28. Priced at $359.99, the system bears a design which appears in the Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, including the familiar Hylian Crest from the Legend of Zelda series on the front of the dock.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba - The Hinokami Chronicles sales

SEGA announced today that Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Hinokami Chronicles has shipped over three million copies worldwide. That number is based on all physical version copies shipped, including limited-edition packages, and all digital version copies sold. As is usually the case with these types of announcements, SEGA did not provide a breakdown by platform.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Hinokami Chronicles saw its initial release in October 2021. A Switch version followed last June.

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Hinokami Chronicles can currently be purchased on Switch both physically and digitally.

Source: SEGA PR

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