It’s that time again, the SBS just dropped! I was currently in the middle of working on the vivre cards (they should be out pretty soon), so this forced me to pull an all nighter. With that, goodnight, enjoy this!
There isn’t much in this SBS sadly, as most questions are irrelevant or gag questions, but let’s go over the information anyways, as there’s some interesting tidbits:
Pokemon director Junichi Masuda has reiterated the company’s stance that the Pokemon: Let’s GO, Pikachu and Eevee! games are what he describes as “core” titles. Mr. Masuda also stated that other Pokemon games for the Nintendo Switch could connect to the popular Pokemon GO mobile game.
“These games aren’t spin-offs. These are core Pokemon titles. As for whether we would make other games that could connect to Pokemon GO, that will depend on how the games are received. If we hear a lot of people saying that they enjoyed being able to bring Pokemon to these games from Pokemon GO, then we’ll think about maybe having future titles also be able to connect to it.”
All 151 original Pokémon now available as part of the Pokémon Fit plush line. Also known as Sitting Cuties, Pokémon Fit consists of small plushies that depict all of the discovered Kanto Pokémon. They can all be purchased at the official Pokémon Center and Amazon Japan for 1,100 yen each.
Plush Toy Pokémon fit Bulbasaur 1,100 yen
stuffed Pokémon fit Fushigisou 1,100 yen
stuffed Pokémon fit Venusaur 1,100 yen
stuffed Pokémon fit empty 1,100 yen
stuffed Pokémon fit Lizard 1,100 yen
stuffed Pokémon fit Charizard 1,100 yen
stuffed Pokémon fit Squirtle 1,100 yen
stuffed Pokémon fit Wartortle 1,100 yen
stuffed Pokémon fit Kamex 1,100 yen
Plush Doll Pokémon fit Caterpillar 1 100 yen
Plush Doll Pokémon fit Trancelle 1,100 yen
Plush toy Pokémon fit Butterfree 1,100 yen
Plush toy Pokémon fit Beadle 1,100 yen
Plush toy Pokémon fit Cocoon 1,100 yen
Plush Doll Pokémon fit Spear
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The fourth video uploaded to Game Freak’s new YouTube channelconsists of a play session of Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee, with none other than Junichi Masuda. You can check it out below, followed by the official description:
【公式】チャンネルアートを賭けてスマブラ対決【ゲームフリーク ひみつきち #4】
【チャンネル開設記念！プレゼント企画 第三弾！】 応募方法は こちらから⇓
「増田 順一」によるゲームフリーク公式チャンネルのチャンネルアートの制作をかけた、『スマブラ』世代VS『ポケモン』開発者の64 スマブラ対決一本勝負をお送りします！
Ever since his debut, Kirby has always been one of the most iconic Nintendo characters. In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Kirby can copy the moves and appearances of his opponents. This includes all 10 playable Pokémon – from Pikachu to the most recent newcomer, Incineroar. For a first look at Kirby with the copied appearance of Incineroar, check out the screenshot above. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is set to launch on December 7 for Nintendo Switch.
This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content
- Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch
- Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom – Can Jin save Monster World Kingdom? Help our young hero defeat challenging enemies, discover hidden locations and upgrade powerful equipment. You’ll also unlock special forms with unique skills used to open new paths where mighty bosses and secret treasures await. The Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom game is available Dec. 4.
- Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP – Traverse a mythic little realm, use a sword to do battle and evoke “sworcery” to solve mystical musical mysteries. Experience a video game world that is affected by moon phases, and help a wandering warrior monk complete her woeful errand. The Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP game is available on Nov. 30.
Nintendo eShop sales:
- Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
- Great deals this week! Check out the full list of…
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Nintendo‘s program on YouTube is coming to an end. Nintendo has announced that the Nintendo Creators Program will be coming to an end at the end of next month. The program’s website will close on March 20th, 2019. Nintendo said that this is to “make it easier for content creators to make and monetize videos that contain Nintendo game content”. Nintendo says that “as long as you follow some basic rules, we will not object to your use of gameplay footage and/or screenshots captured from games for which Nintendo owns the copyright (“Nintendo Game Content”) in the content you create for appropriate video and image sharing sites”. These “basic rules” that Nintendo mentioned can be seen down below.
- You may monetize your videos and channels using the monetization methods separately specified by Nintendo. Other forms of monetization of our intellectual property for commercial purposes are not permitted.
- We encourage…
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Those of you who have played the absorbing Xenoblade Chronicles 2 on the Nintendo Switch will be familiar with Mythra. She appears in the upcoming Super Smash Bros Ultimate which is due for release next month. Her design has been slightly updated from her Xenoblade Chronicles 2 design probably to keep a lower rating. Check out her new design below.
Fans of the action-packed Kill La Kill franchise will be pleased to learn that the game is now coming to the Nintendo Switch. The news was announced during the ARCREVO Japan 2018 event. The Nintendo Switch version will join the PlayStation 4 and PC client, Steam. Two new characters for the Kill La Kill game were also announced at the event. Take a look at them below.