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Two more playable characters have been confirmed for One Piece in the latest issue of Weekly Jump: Pirate Warriors 4: Bartolomeo and Cavendish. Details about their playstyles are scarce at the moment, but Bartolomeo will be able to use his Barrier powers while Cavendish will be able to change into his alter ego Hakuba.

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Not too long ago, a new “Invasion” online mode was announced for Ninja Box. Version 1.1.0 has now gone live, adding in the functionality.

Once the patch is applied, players can upload their own bases online. Additionally, other players’ bases can be invaded and attacked.

Here’s a trailer:

It’s a well-known fact that Bandai Namco co-developed Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. However, it turns out that they also assisted development of several other recent Nintendo games, including Mario Kart Tour, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and ARMS. Here’s the breakdown for the work they did on each title, straight from their recently updated products page:

Mario Kart Tour

For the smartphone game “Mario Kart Tour”, released by Nintendo on September 25th, 2019, we partially implemented in-games and 3D visual assets for courses, characters and machines. We also produced approximately half of bonus challenges.

ARMS

For Nintendo Switch game “ARMS”, released in July 16, 2017, we produced approximately half of visual assets for stages, fighters and arms.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

For Nintendo Switch game “MARIO KART 8 DELUXE”, released in April 28, 2017, we produced approximately half of visual assets for courses, characters and machine parts.

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Bandai Namco and Arc System Works have put out a new trailer for upcoming Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC character Broly (DBS). Watch the video below.

Broly (DBS) will be added to Dragon Ball FighterZ “soon”.

Bandai Namco is launching Disney Tsum Tsum Festival on Switch today, and to celebrate, has prepared a new trailer. We’ve attached it below.

Jumanji: The Video Game, a tie-in with the latest movie in the franchise, is out today on Nintendo Switch. Bandai Namco, who are publishing the game, released a launch trailer today:

The party game Disney Tsum Tsum Festival lands on Switch in the west today. For a look at what the title has to offer, check out the footage below.

The SD Gundam SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays demo is now live on the Japanese eShop. The demo does support English menus and subtitles, and data will be able to be carried over to the full version. You can take a look at some English language screenshots below.

We’re pretty close to the release of SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays now, as the game launches on November 28. Tomorrow, a demo for the game will be made available on the Switch eShop. This demo will allow players to play the first stage of all four stories, and your save data can be carried over to the full game. The full game will have English text support due to its release in Southeast Asia; however it remains to be seen if the demo will be in English as well since it’ll only be available on the Japanese eShop.

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Bandai Namco today released the latest screenshots from My Hero One’s Justice 2. Today’s batch focuses on two characters: Nejire Hado and Tamaki Amajiki. Find all of the screenshots in the gallery below.

My Hero One’s Justice 2 launches on Switch in 2020.