It has been revealed that it is none other than M2 who are busily working away on the Seiken Densetsu Collection. The acclaimed team is responsible for the excellent Sega 3D Classics series so the Secret of Mana collection development should be in more than competent hands. Here’s what company president Naoki Horii had to say on Twitter:
“Oh, also, it looks like I got the go-ahead, so I’d like to announce that I’m taking charge of Seiken Densetsu on Switch. As I cozily play Zelda in all kinds of scenes, I get a feeling that it’s going to be an enjoyable hardware.”
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This is no April Fools joke. Nintendo has uploaded a commercial for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, which releases on the Nintendo Switch in a few weeks. The commercial is intended to air in North America, and the its focus is on the basic premise of the game and the new characters that will debut in this version of Mario Kart 8. We’ve included the video, of which Nintendo America calls a trailer, down below. Feel free to check it out if you want to.
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It looks like People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) found another opportunity to criticize Nintendo’s products. The animal rights organization doesn’t approve of the Milk minigame found in 1-2-Switch. Its president, Ingrid Newkirk, has compiled a rather lengthy letter to express how she strongly believes that the cow-milking minigame “promotes drinking milk from cows.” She even offered to provide some actual footage of the “filthy conditions that cows endure on farms” for Nintendo to include in the Nintendo Switch party game. You can read the letter in its entirety below:
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Kit and Krysta have been hard at work with Nintendo Minute videos for a long time. This week’s video was more than fitting to look back on what the duo has accomplished over the years, because it was their 200th. This time, the pair didn’t look at any hardware or games from Nintendo. The focus for the 200th episode was simply reading your comments. Kit and Krysta, in the video’s description, summed things up well. They said that “we can’t wait to make more videos. Here’s to 200 more! Thanks so much for watching and we’ll see you next week”. We’ve included the video down below, so feel free to check it out.
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Players have been busy catching Magikarp in Pokémon GO’s Water Festival event, with the numbers coming in at over 589 million so far.
This could have something to do with the newly introduced shiny Magikarp, which players have been hunting down in hopes of reaching the point where they can evolve one into a shiny Gyarados.
At least this event has given Magikarp some love! How many have you caught so far?
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Seeing as it’s now April Fools Day in Japan, Nintendo have jokingly announced a new Fire Emblem game using an 8 bit art style. Called Fire Emblem: Battle of Revolution, the game does look interesting, but the website mentions how it isn’t real. Check out the April Fools Day joke here.
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Breath of the Wild is undeniably a critically acclaimed game, but many players are frustrated with its framerate drops. However, the 1.1.1 update for the game seems to have solved some of these issues. While not perfect, there is a notable difference between the two versions. Check out ElAnalistaDeBits‘ video below.
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