There have been many indie success stories on the Nintendo Switch and the latest is the charming Blossom Tales. FDG Entertainment has tweeted that the action adventure game has now sold over 100,000 copies on Nintendo’s latest hardware. The team were initially put in a challenging position after the Steam release, but thankfully they went ahead with the Nintendo Switch version and have reaped the rewards. The team thanks all those who have purchased the open world adventure.
The Nintendo eShop listing for the recently unveiled Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX for the Nintendo Switch has revealed the game’s file-size. You will only need a tiny 2.1GB of space on your console or SD card if you are planning to download the game when it launches on Friday, 6th March. Check out the game’s free demo on the eShop if you haven’t already done so!
Nintendo Switch is already home to multiple entries in The Legend of Zelda series, including The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and – more recently – The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening. According to Nintendo of America, if you loved the former title, you’ll also thoroughly enjoy the latter. The publisher has created a brief promo to highlight this aspect, which you can check out in the embedded video below:
POKÉMON Detective Pikachu is now playing in theaters around the world! To coincide with the new release, The Pokémon Company is continuing to reveal content that showcases the movie’s highlights and strong points. POKÉMON Detective Pikachu stars Ryan Reynolds as the titular hero himself, with Justice Smith playing a leading role as Tim Goodman and Kathryn Newton as Lucy Stevens.
A plethora of early Pokémon designs recently surfaced online, courtesy of the Pokémon historians at Helix Chamber. The latest batch offers another look at early and unused Pokémon that include the following (with Helix Chamber’s made-up names):
“Ohmega,” which was a Kaiju-meets-mech a la Mechagodzilla:
“Bloonder,” a sentient, fighting balloon Pokémon:
And “Weirduck,” which Psyduck could have evolved into before transforming into its canonical evolution, Golduck.
A pair nixed monsters called “Guardia” and “Totartle.”
“This is the one we were all very shocked by,” Helix Chamber wrote of Guardia, which resembles a Marowak holding a baby Pokémon. “The common fan theory that Cubone is a baby Kangaskhan came true, in a twisted sort of way; now it seems like they were always meant to be linked together. In the end, Guardia would have become a loving parent to its baby Cubone, maybe even having adopted it (after all, it still…
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Kotaku has had the chance to chat with Xbox boss Phil Spencer about the inclusion of Rare’s Banjo and Kazooie in Super Smash Bros Ultimate. The iconic bear and bird will be added as DLC fighters in the Autumn. As readers of the site will know, Mr. Spencer has always been behind the inclusion of Banjo appearing in Super Smash Bros and it was an easy decision to add the former Nintendo IP to the Smash Bros franchise. Here’s what he had to say to Kotaku.
“The ‘how’ is not actually that interesting. Obviously we’re one of the biggest third-party publishers on Switch, so we have great relationships with their third-party team. And you’ve seen the ambition they’ve had with every character that’s ever been in Smash and even more. So it was just kind of part of the partnership relationship we have with them.”
“There wasn’t anything kind of…
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There was understandable disappointment amongst fans when the Nintendo Direct finished with no sign or mention of Bayonetta 3. Platinum Games have told Video Game Chronicle that they just weren’t looking to reveal all just yet. However, the company reiterated that development on the eagerly anticipated next entry is going very smoothly. Hopefully they will have something to share soon.
Giving updates for everything at E3 isn’t the smartest PR strategy to begin with,” he added. “So just because we’re not showing it here doesn’t mean it’s not going well.”
Asked if the 18 month silence since the game was announced was indicative of the studio’s grand ambitions for the title, Inaba agreed.
“Yes, it’s going to be a high quality title and we’re putting our all into it. That is what you’re seeing [with the silence].”
New game features, Pokémon native to the Galar region, and the launch date forPokémon SwordandPokémon Shield, the newest additions to the main series of the Pokémon video game franchise, were announced today during a Pokémon Direct online presentation. Developers at GAME FREAK inc. also provided a closer look at newly discovered Pokémon from the Galar region, the setting of the highly anticipated games. ThePokémon SwordandPokémon Shieldgames will be launching November 15, 2019, exclusively on the Nintendo Switch™ system.
The Dynamax Phenomenon
Dynamaxis a phenomenon unique to specific locations in the Galar region, where Pokémon can take on gigantic appearances during battle, and it’s an integral part of Pokémon battles in the region. Pokémon from the Galar region are able to Dynamax, and when they do, they become tremendously strong and receive a boost to their power. Trainers can only Dynamax their…
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Do you know Doraemon? yeaah, it’s comic character created by Fujiko F. Fujiya , Japan’s comic writer.
I read this comic since I was 10 years-old.
As you know, Doraemon is a story with no ending, but this small story is about the “last episode” of the famous cartoon.
There are three current and often quoted urban legends that started spreading in late 1980s of an ending to the Doraemon series.
The first and the more optimistic ending was made public by Nobuo Sato several years ago..
Doraemon’s battery power ran out, and Nobita was given a choice between replacing the battery inside a frozen Doraemon, which would cause it to reset and lose all memory, or await a competent robotics technician who would be able to resurrect the cat-robot one day. Nobita swore that very day to work hard in school, graduate with honours, and become that robotics
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Pokémon the Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back Evolution will premiere in Japan on July 12, 2019. The upcoming movie is being directed by Kunihiko Yuyama and Motonori Sakakibara, while the screenplay is by Takeshi Shudo. Meanwhile, CoroCoro recently gave fans a first look at both Mew and Ash’s Pikachu Pikachu in the film. The Japanese publication has also revealed a special distribution for Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee. From April 12 to July 11, those who pre-purchase a ticket will receive a special code to unlock Mewtwo with a CP level of 10,000 in the game. This particular Mewtwo is a level 70 Pokémon with the Quiet nature and the moves Shadow Ball, Psychic, Barrier and Calm Mind. Codes will be redeemable until September 30, 2019.