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  1. After 19 years.... Awesome looking Limited Edition version in Japan:
  2. https://kotaku.com/the-gta-remastered-trilogy-appears-to-be-real-and-comi-1847474620 Emily Rogers also retweeted it. Down for the Switch version if true.
  3. The switch thread is a bit of a mega-thread so seeing if we can carve the eShop part of it into its own chat - not going to create a new thread every week but hopefully this will move some of the traffic out the mega-thread. Can I buy from a browser from the eShop ? You need to access the eShop at least once from your Switch before you can buy online. Once you've done that though, yes you can buy online and it'll download automatically. http://www.nintendo.co.uk/Nintendo-Switch/Games/Games-1178441.html eShop Price Comparison www.eshop-prices.com/?currency=GBP How To Access Foreign eShops Specifically looking to set up a Japanese account? Eurogamer have a handy guide here, though the same method applies for all regions. I’m based in Europe… can I log onto overseas eShops? 1) Use a browser to go to accounts.nintendo.com 2) Create a new account 3) Set your region to the one you want, e.g. Japan. NOTE: This can be changed at any time 4) On the Switch, go to SYSTEM SETTINGS > USER > ADD NEW USER. 5) Set icon and nickname (anything memorable will do, but you might want to add ‘JPN’ to the end of the nickname for easy reference) 6) Link this to the account you created in step 2 You can either repeat this step for different territories OR simply use your second account as a floating region, remembering to change the region at accounts.nintendo.com and re-entering your password to agree to the country's specific EULA. NOTE: Any eShop funds you have tied to a specific store (e.g. Japan) will be erased if you switch the account region. ____________ How do I log on to an overseas eshop? Simple: click/press on the eShop icon, then choose the account you want to log in with. Do I have to swap accounts to play overseas games? NO (yippee!). All games show against all accounts Will Japanese/overseas language games show in my local language when I use my local account? Not so far. Game languages support is always on the 'disk' Can I use my credit card to buy from all European countries? Yes. This includes Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Russia, so be sure to check their prices. Can I use my credit card to buy from the US and Japan (and other international stores) ? Unfortunately, no (unless you happen to have a card from that territory). You will have to buy eShop cards from places such eBay, Japan Code Supply or Play-Asia, etc. or use an alternative method (Sorry, no PayPal either). Stocking up with eShop funds has it's disadvantages, however as they can not only be expensive, but should you change your region, any remaining credit will be erased. This goes for changing your main account, too, so please be careful to only top up with the correct amount or as close to that as possible.
  4. A young witch called Nata de Cotton is hot headed, immature, overreacts and rides on a broomstick, accompanied by a fairy named Silk. Cotton is crazy about certain candies called “willows”. Those candies are so good that she won’t let anything get in her way to get them. Talk about sugar cravings! Multiple Cotton series titles will be coming overseas for the very first time as part of the series' 30th anniversary celebrations! The original adventures of Cotton the witch will soon be making a comeback thanks to ININ Games and Strictly Limited Games. In recognition of the series’ 30th anniversary, both companies will be publishing several of the its earliest entries in the coming months. These include Cotton 100%, which was originally only released on the Super Famicom in Japan; the fabled Panorama Cotton, a pseudo-3D shoot'em-up which called the Sega Mega Drive home (but again, only in Japan), and Cotton & Guardian Force Saturn Tribute. This last one includes three games originally only released in Japan in the arcades and for the Sega Saturn: Cotton 2, Cotton Boomerang and a non-Cotton game known as Guardian Force. The first two games: Cotton 100% and Panorama Cotton will be available through both ININ and Strictly Limited. ININ Games is the place to go for the digital version on the PSN store or Nintendo eShop, while Strictly Limited Games will be offering fans physical limited and collector’s editions. As for Cotton & Guardian Force Saturn Tribute, it will be available as a physical limited or collector’s edition through Strictly Limited Games, while the digital versions will be available on either the PSN store or the Nintendo eShop. That seems to be all Cotton games ever released, apart from the abysmal Dreamcast exclusive Rainbow Cotton. And besides this massive trip down memory lane, Success (the developer behind the series) is releasing two new games in this seminal series as well! Cotton Reboot! being a complete remake of the very first Cotton arcade game for the current gen of consoles, whereas Cotton Rock 'n' Roll will be a completely new title in the series. Cotton Reboot! trailer: Cotton Rock 'n' Roll trailer: All games should be available before the end of this year
  5. Here's a launch trailer. Here's a primer / beginners guide by yours truly! Here's a more advanced guide for when you're a bit further: ______________________________________________________________________________________ Original post from nearly two years ago! So yeah, this came out on the day of the VGAs and no one seemed to notice... Considering I'm just playing Transistor again (never finished it, started from the beginning), I'm actually quite hyped to see what they can craft in a Diabloesque style... EDIT - more info: available on Epic store, £18 for Early Access. Premise is: you are the son of Hades, trying to escape hell. In a neat conceptual twist for a rougelike/dungeon crawler, you are actually ascending to try and escape. Ever time you die you are returned to the lowest level. They are intent on continuing their hallmarks of customisation/flexible play styles, super cool world building and intriguing narrative/story. I only heard of it thanks to noclip, who have an excellent series following it through it early-access development... I'm probably going to buy it after I finish the above video.
  6. So a sequel to one of the best Metroidvanias in recent years (it's great, but no Hollow Knight IMO) got announced on Nintendo's Indie World Direct. So far only Switch announced, but given the first game came out on everything, it's hard to think this won't as well.
  7. This is now live on the Switch eShop. Buy each pack separately or the whole set for £30. You can get 1943 for free. Capcom Arcade Stadium Pack 1: Dawn of the Arcade ('84 – '88) Vulgus Pirate Ship Higemaru 1942 Commando Section Z Tatakai no Banka Legendary Wings Bionic Commando Forgotten Worlds Ghouls 'n Ghosts Capcom Arcade Stadium Pack 2: Arcade Revolution ('89 – '92) Strider Dynasty Wars Final Fight 1941: Counter Attack Senjo no Okami II Mega Twins Carrier Air Wing Street Fighter II: The World Warrior Captain Commando Varth: Operation Thunderstorm Capcom Arcade Stadium Pack 3: Arcade Evolution ('92 – '01) Warriors of Fate Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting Super Street Fighter II Turbo Powered Gear: Strategic Variant Armor Equipment Cyberbots: Fullmetal Madness 19XX: The War Against Destiny Battle Circuit Giga Wing 1944: The Loop Master Progear
  8. Just announced in the Pokémon Direct. Set in Feudal-Era Sinnoh and classed as an 'Action Adventure'. Out next year.
  9. SM47

    Disco Elysium

    So Disco Elysium has finally got a release date. Isometric urban fantasy/new weird detective RPG. OCTOBER 15TH!!! Devs are saying it'll be 60+ hours of sprawling isometric role playing goodness. I won't lie to you, I'm pretty excited by this. There's been an absolute deluge of isometric RPGs these last few years but this one looks pretty original.
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  11. At last. Who's who on Animal Crossing, well find out here. Don't forget to add yourself: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1KrDETHY2apv5_CTVaMLIAls1JDpgMy4gxw8KBnrssLo/edit#gid=0
  12. Well, it's certainly different, I guess...
  13. Cruis'n is Back!! The arcade hit Cruis’n Blast is speeding onto Nintendo Switch! Blast your way through nearly 30 over-the-top tracks. Grab the wheel of 23 custom rides from licensed supercars to monster trucks and even unicorns! Up to four players can race together, so pick your favorite vehicle and hit the road! Cruis'n Blast is a racing video game originally developed and published by Raw Thrills and licensed by Nintendo for the arcades. It was released in the arcades in 2017. It is the fourth main series installment in the Cruis'n series. Debut trailer: Launch trailer: The game is released for the Nintendo Switch on September 14, 2021. The Nintendo Switch version includes additional modes, cars and tracks.
  14. A Definitive Edition for Switch! Releasing Winter 2019 Details Orchestral soundtrack English and Japanese voices 16-bit version included (which looks like the 3DS version) Additional story content
  15. Looks like Monkey Ball is back! Now, whether it's a good Monkey Ball or not remains to be seen. Probably leaked from the Nintendo E3 Direct. Coming to Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbone, and Xbox Series S|X FEATURING THE RETURN OF MONKEY TARGET
  16. Most important bit currently: Switch version out on August 7, 2018! Should leave you with enough time to complete Hollow Knight. Free DLC added! First paid DLC batch added! Ooo, another free update! The second paid DLC includes Castlevaniaesque floaty sword!
  17. Hey there! It has been revealed in Famitsu that the next Ace Attorney game will be set in the Meiji era of Japan (mid 19th century to early 20th century) and is being developed by original series creator and Ghost-Tricker Shu Takumi! Here's a pic of the main character, maybe an ancestor of Nicky boy. He's got a proper Samurai sword and everything! The full title is apparently "Dai Gyakuten Saiban - Naruhodou Ryuunosuke no Bouken (Grand Turnabout Trial - The Adventures of Naruhodou Ryuunosuke" Oh, it's for the 3DS BTW. No word of a localisation as yet, but I think AA5 did quite well so keep your fingers crossed. Also, there is an AA6 being developed by the AA5 team which is a more conventional modern-day sequel so wach out for that too.
  18. https://www.gematsu.com/2021/09/castlevania-advance-collection-rated-for-ps4-xbox-one-switch-and-pc-in-taiwan Looks like we are getting another Castlevania collection composing of the GBA games along with Dracula X (so not the superior PCE Rondo of Blood). Dracula X seems a strange choice, given it is a linear type game, rather than the exploration type the GBA games were. Surely SotN would fit better. I guess they are keeping that one back to extract that final drop of blood from this particular stone.
  19. Discover the weird and wonderful world of Eastward ! Climb aboard the cross-country railway and start an exciting new adventure eastward across a perilous landscape. Stop off to explore bustling cities, make strange new friends and take on ferocious monsters, as you fight your way through a deadly miasma devouring the lands. Join John and Sam in their emotional journey across a world falling to ruin, while you meet a quirky cast of characters, encounter strange monsters and visit distant cities. First announced back in 2015, Eastward will be a single player, dual character adventure RPG with puzzle-solving and dungeon elements. The game features beautifully rich pixel art, created using a combination of modern 3D lighting and retro-pixel style artwork. Developed by Shanghai indie studio Pixpil. Soundtrack composed by the amazing Joel Corelitz (from Hohokum, The Unfinished Swan, The Tomorrow Children ea.), with sound design from Irish studio Hyperduck Soundworks. Debut trailer: Launch trailer: >> Official website. Looks absolutely lovely. Releases later this month.
  20. Events and Themes 25th - Monster Hunter Rise 24th - WarioWare: Get It Together! 23rd - Zelda Skyward Sword 22nd - Mario Golf: Super Rush 21st - Miitopia 20th - Super Mario 3D World 19th - Kirby Fighters 2 18th - Super Mario All-Stars 17th - Pokemon Sword and Shield (repeat) 16th - Animal Crossing/Luigi's Mansion/Ring Fit Adventure (repeat) 15th - Paper Mario: The Origami King 14th - Xenoblade Chronicles 13th - Animal Crossing 12th - Ring Fit Adventure 11th - Points Challenge (no theme) 10th - Team Battle Mode (no theme) 9th - Pokemon Sword and Shield 8th - Luigi's Mansion 3 7th - Super Kirby Clash 6th - Fire Emblem 5th - Splatoon 2 4th - Points Challenge (no theme) 3rd - Classic Game Boy Theme 2nd - Points Challenge (no theme) 1st - Points Challenge (no theme) mdn2 original post I'm sure when developers were trying to get on the battle royale bandwagon, when someone suggested Tetris would be a good fit for the genre, they were probably laughed out of the room. But do you know what? That person was right. A surprise shadow drop after the Direct last night, Tetris 99 is you vs 98 other players. Are you good enough to be the last mirrored L-shape standing? I only played a couple of games last night, but I can see it being a long term fixture on my Switch. In my first game, I placed 32/99. In my second 31/99. Need to do better. One caveat: you need Nintendo's Online service to play it. But if you have that, definitely give it a go. It's my kind of Battle Royale.
  21. No platforms announced yet, but if this isn't next gen and the number of enemies and things getting blown up DON'T bring the framerate of the PS5 to its knees, then they've failed. EDF! EDF! EDF!
  22. About bloody time! Rally the troops! Advance Wars is marching to Nintendo Switch Command an army in strategic, turn-based combat as a tactical adviser for the Orange Star Army. Your expertise is needed as you move land, air, and naval units across the battlefield. Take down enemy squads and capture towns and bases to secure victory and keep the peace. Keep an eye on the game-changing terrain and weather as you lead a variety of units across multiple maps. This remake features two campaigns that cover the events of Advance Wars and Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising! Fight alongside capable Commanding Officers Defend your land with the help of Andy, Max, Sami, and other Commanding Officers, each with their own specialties and CO Powers. Andy can repair units, while Sami can boost the abilities of troops. Your opponents can use CO abilities of their own too! Throughout both campaigns, the COs you meet play a critical role both on the battlefield and in the story. Recruit some friends and see who the superior strategist is When you aren’t busy keeping the peace in one of the two campaign stories, flex your army-commanding chops in Versus Mode**. Up to four players can battle on dozens of maps. Each player chooses a CO from either campaign and can strategically use their CO Powers to turn the tides of battle. Customize your combat with options like funds per allied base and fog of war. Hopefully sells well enough to finally get a new game. Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp will be available on December 3. Pre-orders open today.
  23. The new Square Enix 'HD-2D' game from the Octopath Traveller team. While it looks utterly beautiful, the 3 way decision making system seems an interesting approach over the usual binary one. There's a demo out now with a release in 2022. It looks very much my sort of thing so that's this weekends gaming sorted. And yes, it's a good job that's a working title.
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