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Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle - Another huge round of rumored info

The following info comes from unnamed sources at Ubisoft...

- development started three years ago
- Ubisoft was the one that came up with the idea, and went through the standard pitching process to Nintendo execs
- seems like the title may have been in the works for Wii U at first
- being made by both Ubisoft’s Paris and Milan divisions, with the core creative direction being handled by Milan
- Nintendo is overseeing development and approving ideas, but have been very accepting and quick to approve ideas
- game features surreal, self referential gags
- at one point, there was a hulky Donkey Kong themed rabbid serving as one of the first boss encounters
- this rabbid has access to a pile of bananas that it can use to replenish its health
- to beat him, you have to cut off his food supply to prevent him from recovering
- the DK rabbid will dab periodically if it lands an attack correctly
- when the boss faints, the rabbid cosplaying as Princess Peach in your party takes a selfie with him
- the 8 playable characters each have an individual skill tree of sorts for developing special abilities
- each start with a base skill that they can later improve, in addition to learning new ones
- Mario has a passive ability which enables him to automatically fire at an enemy if they enter his field of vision
- some of these powers are common across multiple characters
- there are unique ones like Peach’s powerful ability to inflate enemies using a foot pump until they explode
- online suite was being tested several months back, although this mode was inaccessible in the test builds
- additional mode named ‘Arena’ was spotted in the test UI
- prototypes feature a mode dubbed ‘amiibo machine’, but the details behind it remain a mystery
- Ubisoft is producing prototype figurines of some of the game’s characters, which may turn out to be amiibo
- this game was originally intended to be unveiled during Nintendo’s January Switch event
- the reveal got pushed back in order to let the game get some more polish
- it will be revealed at E3 2017, and could see release in August or September

Switch getting two special editions of Nights of Azure 2

Premium Box (10,300 yen on PS4, 9,300 yen on PS Vita)

- A product code to download an Alushe-exclusive costume
- Nights of Azure 2 visual book
- Nights of Azure 2 official soundtrack
- Scented B3 poster
- Special Alushe 3D card
- Beautiful girl bromide set

Special Premium Box (16,300 yen on PS4, 15,300 yen on PS Vita)

- Secret warm-feeling bath poster
- Beautiful girl acrylic key chain set (three key chains)
- Special A3 tapestry set (three tapestries)
- A product code to download an Alushe-exclusive costume
- Nights of Azure 2 visual book
- Nights of Azure 2 official soundtrack
- Scented B3 poster
- Special Alushe 3D card
- Beautiful girl bromide set

We also have a look at the Nights of Azure 2’s swimsuit DLC, which you can find in the gallery below.

GoNNER slated for June 8th release in Europe as well



Looks like both Europe and North America will be seeing GoNNER release on June 8th. I'm really pumped for this game. Glad it's not far off!

Platinum discussing the potential for Bayonetta 3

A portion of a SourceGaming interview with Atsushi Inaba from Platinum Games...

SG: If Bayonetta 3 were to ever happen, would Bayonetta still be the protagonist or would you try to surprise fans?

AI: Maybe there would be a male Bayonetta! (laughs). I would like to make Bayonetta 3. We’re talking within the company even now about what to do. But because we’re constantly talking about it, that actually makes it really hard to say. If we weren’t talking about it, we could just say something random or offhand, you know, but because we’re actually talking about it…Of course, that’s just something that you talk about when you’re making a series – do you want to keep the same protagonist? There’s plenty of precedent for changing protagonists, and so that is something we discuss – do we want to keep the same one, have a different one, add new ones – but that’s certainly not anything I can say for sure at this point.

Check out the full interview here

Sneaky Ninja - Underwater mine footage


Dragon Quest XI - Double Pack pics

Remember, the Double Pack includes both the PS4 and 3DS versions of the game. I would imagine at some point there will be a double pack for both the Switch and 3DS versions.

Japan - Yo-Kai Watch cards heading to McDonald's

- due out June 2nd
- eight Yokai Watch cards inside Happy Meals
- cards can be used with the arcade game Yokai Watch: Tomodachi Ukiukipedia

Monster Hunter XX Switch Special Pack sells out in 100 minutes

Another version of the Switch snatched up quickly by consumers. The e-Capcom preorders for the Monster Hunter XX Switch Special Pack have all been spoken for, selling out in 100 minutes. No word on whether e-Capcom will be able to offer more stock before the game's launch.

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