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A few different big sports franchises exist these days, but some aren’t available on Switch while others are present on the platform with missing features. Meanwhile, the NBA 2K series has been going strong for a few years now with all elements fully in tact.

In an interview with USgamer, NBA 2K senior producer Rick Boenisch spoke about supporting Switch. He told the site that the team is always looking to improve on the console, and remains committed to the platform. Boenisch further added: “The flexibility can’t be matched with that console.”

Nintendo just published its next Gamescom 2019 presentation featuring Luigi’s Mansion 3. Check out the full video below.

Nintendo has debuted its next presentation for Gamescom 2019, this time focusing on Zelda: Link’s Awakening. Watch the video below.

The latest Japanese hardware sales from Famitsu are as follows:

The eShop just updated, and Dragon Quest fans are in for a treat. Dragon Quest XI S has received an eShop listing where a brand new demo can be downloaded. Progress can be transferred to the full release.

Nintendo is also now offering the pre-load option for Dragon Quest XI S. Fans can buy the game in advance and download the required data, preparing them for launch day.

Dragon Quest XI S launches on September 27. The digital version takes up 13.8GB of space.

Source: Switch eShop

Warner Bros. Interactive and NetherRealm Studios have uploaded the Kombat Pack roster reveal trailer for Mortal Kombat 11. Although they were leaked, Joker and Terminator T-800 have been officially confirmed. View the full trailer below.

Microsoft has treated Switch pretty well despite having a console of its own. Some of its IPs, including Minecraft, can be found on Nintendo’s console. The company also signed off on Cuphead coming to Switch and just announced Ori and the Blind Forest for Switch this week.

As far as the future goes, you may want to pump the break on any possibilities you’re dreaming of for now. In a statement to GamesIndustry, Microsoft said it has “no plans” to bring more Xbox exclusives to Switch.


Nintendo is back with its second Gamescom 2019 presentation, this time focusing on Astral Chain. View a video featuring director Takahisa Taura below.

During a live stream at Gamescom today, GameStar showed the first footage from SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated. We have the recording below.

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 will include a number of several retro 2D events, Nintendo has revealed.

The following events are confirmed: