The arsenal of weapons available in Splatoon 3 is varied and complex, which can make it difficult to pick one weapon to focus on, but we’ve put together a guide detailing twenty of the very best to make that choice easier. We also have brief descriptions of each weapon to explain what makes them so great.
Of note, this guide will mostly cover weapons from the perspective of Anarchy Battles, the game’s ranked mode and the one used in competitive play. Furthermore, it should be noted that every weapon in Splatoon 3 is viable to some degree, assuming you aren’t playing in a highly competitive setting. The weapons detailed in this guide are simply the ones that will have the easiest time achieving good results if used well.
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Eevee location guide
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Eevee and its evolutions make a return in Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet, and we now have information about the location of this often-elusive, highly sought-after Pokemon.
Nintendo Download – November 24, 2022 (North America)
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Here’s the full roundup:
Famitsu sales (11/14/22 – 11/20/22)
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet sell over 10 million copies in first three days
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Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet sold over ten million copies in its first three days on the market, Nintendo and The Pokemon Company have announced. This is a worldwide figure based on physical and digital sales. It’s the highest global sales level for any software on any Nintendo platform within the first three days.
Microsoft argues that “Nintendo offers a broader range of mature content than Xbox”
Posted on 3 days ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, News, Switch | 0 comments
According to Microsoft, Nintendo “offers a broader range of mature content than Xbox”.
Microsoft’s statements came about as part of its response to the UK CMA about wanting to buy Activision. Despite some claiming that Nintendo is more family-friendly, Switch in particular has proved otherwise. Microsoft highlighted the Nintendo-published Bayonetta 3, the console-exclusive Shin Megami Tensei V, and other third-party titles such as The Witcher 3 and NieR: Automata. Ultimately Microsoft is looking to prove that Nintendo is as much a competitor as Sony is with PlayStation, and was looking to provide “evidence that Nintendo Switch is not just a console aimed at the family friendly customer segment but more broadly at a diverse group of gamers across all demographics.”
The full statement reads:
Masahiro Sakurai says “it sure would be nice to play Kid Icarus: Uprising on a home console”
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Masahiro Sakurai has given a small glimmer of hope that Kid Icarus: Uprising could one day appear on a home console.
Sakurai published yet another video on his YouTube channel, this time discussing game difficultly. Kid Icarus: Uprising was the focus here because of its unique Fiend’s Cauldron mechanic. Players can choose the “Intensity” before starting a stage. It’s a risk and reward system since a higher Intensity means the game will be more difficult, but you’ll earn better rewards.
Fire Emblem Engage trailer shows power of Emblem Rings
Posted on 3 days ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in Switch, Videos | 0 comments
Original (11/22): Nintendo and Intelligent Systems just revealed another trailer for Fire Emblem Engage that highlights the power of Emblem Rings.
As previously announced, heroes from previous games can be summoned. The lineup includes Sigurd, Celica, Lyn, Byleth, Corrin, and Marth. Emblem Rings lets players merge appearances as well as inherit weapons, skills, and more.
Release Date: November 8, 2022
Developer: Sonic Team
How can a game that is so messy, so bloated, and so technically inadequate be so much fun? That is the question that I’ve been wrestling with throughout my playthrough of Sonic Frontiers, SEGA’s latest attempt (of which there have been many) to try and revitalize the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise and introduce the Blue Blur to both new and lapsed fans. It’s Sonic’s first true open world (or open zone) game, and with that comes a lot of interesting ideas to attempt to reinvent the structure of what a Sonic game can be. But while Frontiers can be a blast at times, it also constantly gets in its own way at almost every turn, hindered by poor visual performance, bloated mechanics and bland world design that lacks a unique identity.
Monster Hunter Rise Free Title Update 3 (version 13.0.0) coming November 24, patch notes
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Ahead of its release later this week on Switch, Capcom have released full patch notes for the next Free Title Update for Monster Hunter Rise: Sunbreak. As expected, this brings with it a large number of adjustments, fixes, and quality of life improvements, alongside the new content previously announced. The size of the patch will be 0.7GB total. Full details can be found below: