A Japanese overview trailer of MK8D shows off more battle mode tracks.
-Candy stage (like Sweet Sweet Canyon) -Space stage (like on a crater surface of a moon and also attached to a big space base that looks similar to the one from Rainbow Road.) -Oriental stage with big dragon statues (like that DLC Dragon race track) -Retro track, Wuhu Island Plaza from Mario Kart 7. The first time Wuhu Island has appeared on the Switch.
These stage join the previously revealed new course of Battle Stadium, Urchin Underpass and retro returning courses of Battle Course 1 (SNES) and Luigi's Mansion (GCN).
Shine Runner from MKDD returns and some new mode which looks like your being hunted by players with Piranha Plants and have to activate buttons (3:33)
The Alm and Celica amiibo will be used to summon an single turn ally version (at the sacrifice of their own health) that can level up and grow stronger and have those stats saved to the amiibo. The FE Smash amiibo (and the upcoming Corrin) will also be usable as temporary allies of themselves, while other amiibo will summon an ally monster to assist them.
Last Edit: Mar 21, 2017 20:16:11 GMT -5 by Da Robot
Nintendo has been promoting ARMS over from Twitter with new pictures every so often. And they finally revealed a new character, Helix! One who appeared in the recent Direct leak, and has been foreshadowed since the games reveal.
SNES Mini to be released on 27 September, coming with (the US versions of) 21 games, including Star Fox, the unreleased Star Fox 2 and Yoshi's Island. Quite a surprise to me, and here I thought Nintendo wanted to (or had to) avoid Super FX chip emulation.
Thankfully, the physical console design is European.
Post by Nester the Lark on Jun 26, 2017 15:11:42 GMT -5
Star Fox 2 is enough to turn my head. I've been wanting to play that for over 20 years.
However, that's the only game I really care about, as I already own almost all the others.
The mere presence of Super FX games, tho, does make me wonder if we'll eventually see them on a Switch Virtual Console anyway. It'd be strange to keep them exclusive to a limited run plug-and-play console.
SNES mini could deserve it own thread it there is enough interest.
Any how I just pre-ordered one, didn't have any interest in the NES mini after playing most of those games via Animal Crossing/VC/etc, the only SNES VC game I'm played is Super Metroid (Wii VC) and Kirby Super Star (Wii U VC). I still haven't played EarthBound since getting it the day of my Wii U or SMW last E3 (or was it 2015?).
But the inclusion of the unreleased SF2, just made me want it even more, I mean WHO THOUGHT THAT THIS WOULD EVER HAPPEN? SF2 will be playable this year!?
Includes two controllers with 5 foot cords (compared to NES mini's 3 foot and single controller), both SF and YI. Outside of not including the surprising omissions of DKC2/3 and no puzzle games and 3rd party licensed stuff (Tetris, Simcity) it's a pretty good list of games (would have been a great opportunity to re-brand Tetris Attack as Puzzle League).
Super Famicom mini also announced for Japan with the following games changed. Street Fighter II Turbo - Super Street Fighter II Super Castlevania IV - Ganbare Goemon Super Punch-Out!! - Super Formation Soccer Kirby's Dream Course - Panel De Pon EarthBound - Fire Emblem
For once, Japan doesn't get EarthBound.
Last Edit: Jun 26, 2017 22:24:07 GMT -5 by Da Robot
^ Now it's confirmed, Detective Pikachu is coming west and will have an NA and Europe release March 23rd!
Also Detective Pikachu amiibo!
From the press release, A special Detective Pikachu amiibo is in the works, too. This amiibo features a sleuthing Pikachu that’s larger than the standard amiibo, and when used with your game, it can unlock short videos that may contain helpful hints for your investigation. Check back for details on this special limited-edition amiibo.
I'll admit though this is the Switch board, this Game Announcement thread still feels like 3DS games belong in it.