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Dragon Quest X is somewhat of an odd entry in the series. Square Enix made it as an MMORPG, and it’s not available at the moment in the west. Perhaps that could change in the future.

Yosuke Saito, who previously was a producer, indicated that there’s interest in making an offline version of Dragon Quest X during the Super Dragon Quest X TV Fall Festival 10-Hour Special 2018 broadcast. He said:

Pokemon GO has announced some notable updates planned for the game. Though we don’t have a date yet, Pokemon from the Sinnoh region are on the way. Also planned are changes to Pokemon migration and behavior plus battle mechanics.

Here’s the full rundown as to what’s planned:

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Epic Games have announced Fortnite: Deep Freeze Bundle, a special retail version for the popular action building game, Fortnite Battle Royale. The worldwide retail distribution partnership will result in a release on November 16.

The Fortnite: Deep Freeze Bundle contains the Fortnite Battle Royale game, and premium content. This includes the Frostbite Outfit, Cold Front Glider, Chill-Axe Pickaxe, Freezing Point Back Bling, and 1,000 V-Bucks, which can be used to purchase in-game items, such as outfits and the Premium Battle Pass.

Players can purchase the Fortnite: Deep Freeze Bundle at retail for £24.99 (US pricing coming soon). It’ll also be sold digitally through the in-game store and eShop.

Source: Warner Bros. PR

Nintendo has officially announced Fitness Boxing for the wet. In Europe, it’ll be launching on December 21. North America will have it on January 4.

As the name implies, Fitness Boxing features boxing-based workouts that will also allow you to listen to instrumental versions of some popular music hits. Here’s some additional information from Nintendo:

Update: Patch notes added below.

Original: About a month ago, Switch received its major 6.0.0 update. It paved the way for Nintendo Switch Online and cloud saves, among other things.

Nintendo has now released the latest firmware update. Version 6.01 is out now and can be downloaded by all users. No word yet on what is included, but it’s likely a small patch. When we hear more about the latest firmware, we’ll update this post.

DrinkBox Studios has revealed that both of its Guacamelee games are coming to Switch. In fact, the first title is out today on the eShop. Guacamelee 2 will follow in December.

The Guacamelee games are Metroidvania action platformers. The first one ended up on Wii U a few years ago while DrinkBox only just wrapped up the sequel in August.

I recently fell into Chasm, an action-adventure game that borrows heavily from the exploratory Castlevania games. Many retro games have left their mark here but all the glitters is not old, and procedural generation helps Chasm build a bridge to the future. Now grab that whip, back dash to your seat, don’t drink the holy water; we’re about to find out why Chasm is deep and meaningful.

Bandai Namco showed the first footage from Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization running on Switch today. Get a look at the full recording below.

At the Tokyo Game Show a couple of weeks ago, SEGA held a stage show for SEGA Ages. It was here that the next game in the series, Virtua Racing, was announced. The results of the fan popularity poll were also revealed in which Jet Set Radio took the top spot. The presentation had some interesting information that we thought was worth sharing.

SEGA Ages producer Kagasei Shimomura came out and said: “Jet Set Radio coming first in the most-wanted games poll for the SEGA Ages doesn’t necessarily mean it’ll get a port,” but he still wants to “meet fans expectations.” Famitsu attributes its popularity in the poll to composer Hideki Naganuma calling for fans worldwide to vote for it.

Earlier in the week, a new month rolled right on in. Now that we’re in October, we want to know what you’ve been playing.

Have you started up something entirely new for the month? Giving the newly-released Super Mario Party a try? Maybe you have your attention centered on Mega Man 11 or Dragon Ball FighterZ? No matter the case, let us know in the comments below.

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