Miitomo – returning Miitomo Drop stage theme and new items (2/22/18)
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Miitomo has been updated with more content. Users will find a returning stage theme, along with some brand new items.
“I do! Wedding Bliss” is the returning theme. It includes the following:
– Wedding veil w/ flower crown
– Wedding gown
– Rhinestone necklace
– Rose headpiece
– Rose evening gown
– Chiffon party dress
– Corsage pumps
– Pearly flower pin
– Wedding tuxedo
– Patent tuxedo shoes
– Rose boutonniere
And as far as the new items go, you can nab the following:
– Wild hair
– Fur-trimmed sandals
A couple of new trailers for Detective Pikachu have come in – one in English and another one for the Japanese audience. Both videos are attached below.
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Your Four Knight Princess Training Story details and screenshots – sub-characters, Commander Mode, Fighter Mode
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Nippon Ichi issued a new batch of details and screenshots today for Your Four Knight Princess Training Story. The latest media blast primarily covers a couple of sub-characters, Commander Mode, and Fighter Mode. We’ve rounded up everything below, courtesy of Siliconera.
Nintendo partnering with Bloomingdale’s on new “Let’s Play” campaign featuring exclusive merchandise and more
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Nintendo and Bloomingdale’s have revealed a new “Let’s Play” campaign that will begin next month. Exclusive merchandise, in-store events, and activations will be featured as part of the promotion. The campaign will launch on March 10 and product will be available in select stores and at bloomingdales.com/Nintendo.
The men’s collection will include apparel, furnishings, and accessories by Sovereign Code, Onia, Original Penguin, Gitman Vintage, Barneys Cool, Bricktown, and Herschel. Also planned are S’well water bottles and Sunnylife ping-pong paddles adorned with classic Super Mario character images, along with Funboy inflatable tubes. Select Bloomingdale’s outlets will also feature Let’s Play pop-up shops that feature gaming stations where shoppers can try their hand at classic Nintendo games.
Sengoku 2 is next week’s NeoGeo game on Switch
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Sengoku 2 will arrive on Switch next week as the latest NeoGeo game, the European eShop confirms. Expect its release on March 1.
Here’s a brief overview of the game:
Sengoku 2 is a side scrolling action game released by SNK in 1993. Take on the role of a warrior summoned by a shrine princess, and fight over various historical periods in order to defeat the dark monarch. Players can enjoy new tactical features such as charge attacks and defensive abilities.
ACA NeoGeo Sengoku 2 will cost $7.99 / €6.99 / £6.29.
Source: Switch eShop
Super Mario Odyssey version 1.2.0 makes it easier to keep track of solved Hint Art
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Super Mario Odyssey has a few Power Moons dedicated to Hint Art. Pictures found in the various kingdoms give you vague hints as to where these Power Moons are located.
In Super Mario Odyssey’s latest update, version 1.2.0, it’s now much easier to keep track of which Hint Art have been solved. Green ticks will appear on the pictures for Power Moons that have been obtained. This wasn’t mentioned in Nintendo’s patch notes, but is worth mentioning since it’s a very helpful addition.
Psyonix and Monstercat to release new music in Rocket League this year
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Psyonix and Monstercat and working together once again on new music for Rocket League. Four playlists are planned for release this year.
The Rocket League x Monstercat Vol. 1 playlist has already been featured in-game. For the Spring Feature Update, Rocket League x Monstercat Vol. 2 playlist will be launching, followed by three additional playlists throughout the year. Psyonix says “all of the playlists will be shorter, EP length releases, to provide new, diverse music all year long.”