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Nintendo Everything won’t be the same come Tuesday. A change is on the way.

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We’ve previously heard rumblings of a new Pokemon game in development starring Pikachu. Today, the speculation has apparently come to fruition.

Tsunekazu Ishihara will be appearing on an NHK program next week as part of a profile on Pokemon Company, where the new title will make its debut. A preview of the episode gives the first glimpses of the project. It seems to confirm 3DS as the game’s platform and shows a very brief snippet of Pikachu in action.

What’s included in the video almost looks like an AR experience. There’s also a couple of moments showing Pikachu mimicking a woman’s facial gestures.

A synopsis of the upcoming episode indicates that the footage is from a brand new title with development having started this summer. This new game is said to be changing Pikachu in some unknown fashion. Based on the synopsis, Ishihara apparently has a few concerns as to how this will affect the Pokemon’s popularity.

Remember, a lot of this is still unclear. Until NHK’s episode airs next week, we won’t know what exactly will be shown.

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Now’s the time to save on Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward. Aksys has officially announced a discount for the game, lowering the price by to $29.99.

The $10 drop is reflected at online and retail outlets nationwide. On the eShop, Virtue’s Last Reward can be purchased for $24.99.

Source: Aksys PR

Expect news on Shin’en’s next Wii U title sooner rather than later. The studio confirmed plans on Twitter earlier today to reveal the game “in days” as opposed to weeks. So an announcement is coming soon, basically.

The full tweet reads:



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Kotaku recently asked Zelda producer about which Nintendo franchise he’d like to work on next if given the opportunity.

We know one thing: it wouldn’t be Mario.

Aonuma told Kotaku that he’s “not any good at that type of jumping game.”

He was next suggested Pikmin. He believes that if he were to make a new entry in this series, it could turn into Zelda because he feels the two share some parallel idaes.

Here’s the full exchange between Aonuma and Kotaku: