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The official release dates for Valkyria Chronicles 4 and Valkyria Chronicles 1 for the Switch in Japan were officially revealed in the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu.

Valkyria Chronicles 4 will launch both physically and digitally for 7,490 yen on September 27th, while Valkyria Chronicles 1 will launch on the same day on the Switch’s eShop for 1,990 yen. As mentioned before, those who purchase Valkyria Chronicles 4 will be able to pick up the first title and save 500 yen off it.

Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have provided official details on the summer-related event for Fire Emblem Heroes.

Cordelia, Noire, Innes, and Tana will all be featured. A new Paralogue Story is planned as well.

The Summer’s Arrival event kicks off on June 21. We have a trailer below.

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is a little under a month away from hitting Switch and 3DS. To prepare fans for its release, a demo has just gone live on the Japanese eShops.

It’s just 204MB to download the Switch demo for Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker. The 3DS version is 498 blocks, or 62.25MB.

Nintendo just published a new Japanese trailer for the Switch and 3DS versions of Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker. We have it below.

Valkyria Chronicles 4 finally has a release date in the west. The game will launch on September 25, SEGA revealed today.

Pre-order and first-run physical copies of the North American version of Valkyria Chronicles 4 will come packaged as the “Valkyria Chronicles 4 Launch Edition.” An exclusive Ragnarok controller skin will be included.

For those in the UK, the launch edition will come with a special sticker of Ragnarok.

Source: SEGA PR

Labo hasn’t been lighting up the sales charts like some of Nintendo’s other Switch releases. Having said that, the company believes it still has potential.

Speaking with The Verge, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime said that Labo is the type of game “that’s going to sell for a very long time at a very steady pace.” It will also continue to receive support going forward.

System: Switch
Release date: June 26, 2018
Developer: Falcom
Publisher: NIS America


Nihon Falcom, or just Falcom as they’re more commonly known today, is a Japanese video game developer known for producing some of the earliest JRPGs alongside rival companies previously known as Square and Enix. Although Falcom has a history of developing their many titles for PC, titles will often get ported onto consoles after the fact for a broader audience to experience. For a very long time, Falcom was mainly focusing on the PlayStation family of consoles, but with the incredible success of Switch, Nintendo is getting a port of Falcom’s latest entry in the Ys series – Ys VIII: The Lacrimosa of Dana. Falcom as a company has a lot of history under its belt, but how does Ys VIII live up to its hearty legacy?

The Star is one of several outlets that recently had the chance to interview Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime. Reggie weighed in how Zelda overperforms in Canada, Switch’s momentum, and the family market.

Below are those excerpts:

Nintendo has said time and time again that the 3DS isn’t going anywhere. In an interview with IGN, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime reiterated this once again.

Reggie stated that there are still “new games” planned for 3DS. Nintendo will be announcing these titles “over the next few months”.

3DS update out now (version 11.7.0-40)

Posted on 1 month ago by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, News | 0 comments | 0 Likes

The latest 3DS firmware update has just gone live. Nintendo issued version 11.7.0-4 just now.

Nintendo hasn’t shared the patch notes as of yet, but there hasn’t been any major changes in a few years. The lone statement will likely be the following “Further improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments have been made to enhance the user experience”. If we hear anything differently, we’ll let you know.

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