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We’ve got news about the upcoming Nendoroid for Zagreus, which was originally announced last September – including news about pre-orders. The Hades figure was initially shown with a simple piece of concept art, but the final design has now been finalized.

Below is the official product description:

This week’s episode of Nintendo Minute has gone live. In today’s video, Kit and Krysta hang out (virtually) with Darren Korb, audio director at Supergiant Games and get a tour of his home music studio. Check out the full episode below.

Update (9/22): After more than a month of waiting, pre-orders for the Hades Switch controller have opened. You can reserve it on Amazon here.


Original (8/16): We’ve seen PowerA make a variety of controllers for Switch over the years, many of which have been themed after Nintendo-published games. Now, however, the company has unveiled another design featuring a third-party title – that being Hades.

Here’s everything you need to know about the controller:

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A new Hades Nendoroid is in the works based on main character Zagreus, Good Smile has announced. Specifics of the figure haven’t been detailed. There’s also no word on release timing just yet. However, we do have a concept image above.

That’s not the only new figure product for Hades. As part of WonHobby 33 in May, we learned that Zagreus is getting a Pop Up Parade figure. We’re also waiting on further updates pertaining to this particular product.

The rogue-like dungeon crawler Hades has earned a great deal of praise and attention since its proper launch back in September. One of the aspects players have focused on are the characters, which have spawned plenty of fan art.

Greg Kasavin, who’s behind Hades’ writing and design, spoke about the response to the game’s characters in a previous issue of EDGE. He had this to say on that topic:

Hades, Supergiant Games’ wildly successful god-like rogue-like dungeon crawler, almost went in a different direction. Co-founder Amir Rao revealed in a talk on the social app Clubhouse that early concepts didn’t feature Zagreus. Instead, it would have revolved around Theseus.

Theseus is in the game, but not in the starring role. Creative director Greg Kasavin ultimately came up with the idea to keep what Supergiant had already created, “but recast it as Zagreus.” Rao added, “I think a day or two he had convinced everyone that it was a better idea.”

This week on our Nintendo Podcast, the death-match for the GOTY commences. The lads argued so hard that it had to be a two-parter. This episode covers the biggest disappointment of 2020, honorable mentions, and the coveted GOTY award.

Check out the first half of the show where we give awards for Biggest Positive Surprise, Biggest Embarrassment, Best New Character, Best Non-2020 Game, and Best Paperweight.

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Have you ever wondered about which character has the most lines in Hades? How about the least amount of lines? And how many words were voiced in total? Supergiant Games provided the information to that and more in a new infographic today.

Here’s the full infographic:

This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, Oni Dino and Galen are fighting to the death for the best games of 2020. The lads argued so hard that it had to be a two-parter. Check out the first half of the show where we give awards for Biggest Positive Surprise, Biggest Embarrassment, Best New Character, Best Non-2020 Game, and Best Paperweight. And do tune in later in the week for the second half of the show which will have Biggest Disappointment, Honorable Mentions, and our definitive Game of the Year 2020 award.

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A new update is now live for the Switch version of Hades. All players can access version 1.0.37119.

One of the main highlights of today’s update is the long-awaited cross-saves feature. That means after installing today’s patch, you can bring your progress from the PC version to Switch.

Supergiant Games also mentioned that today’s Switch update “includes various other improvements from our post-launch PC patches.”

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