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Cubit The Hardcore Platformer Robot HD hits Wii U in Europe on June 1st

Cubit The Hardcore Platformer Robot is an action-packed platform game, where music plays a very important role.

With only one button to jump, you must help Cubit to go from platform to platform, while you avoid obstacles and enemies through the different scenes of the game.

Perhaps you think this makes this game not difficult, right? Well, you are right; this game is not difficult... this game is Hardcore!

Cubit The Hardcore Platformer Robot HD hits the Wii U in Europe on June 1st, 2017.

Monster Hunter - latest round of Japanese merchandise

We've got some gorgeous statues, various trinkets like keychains and so much more. Check out all the goodies here and here.

ARMS - control schemes breakdown

Thumbs-up Grip

L: Dash
Up: Change Target
Incline both Joy-Cons Left or Right: Move
Incline Joy-Cons towards each other: Guard
ZR: Rush
R: Jump
Move Left or Right Joy-Con forward: Punch
Move both Left and Right Joy-Cons forward: Grab

Joy-Con Grip and Handheld Mode

R: Rush
Control stick: Move
Control stick (press): Guard
Up: Change Target
X: Jump
Y: Dash
A: Right punch
B: Left punch
A+B: Grab

Single Joy-Con

SR: Rush
Control stick: Move
Control stick (press): Guard
ZL: Change Target
X: Jump
Y: Dash
A: Right punch
B: Left punch
A+B: Grab

Switch Pro Controller

R: Rush
Control stick: Move
Control stick (press): Guard
Up: Change Target
X: Jump
Y: Dash
A: Right punch
B: Left punch
A+B: Grab

Magikarp Jump launches in Japan - launch trailer

The Japanese version actually supports English. If you can't hold out for the official English release, you can always grab the Japanese version with the right know-how.

Splatoon 2 - Twitter content update for May 23rd, 2017


Another look at the revamped Octolings for Splatoon 2. Looks like they got some new glasses to show off. Seems like it'll help them to be an even better shot!

Former Famitsu editor-in-chief thinks Switch shortages will continue all year

Coming from a Forbes interview with Hirokazu Hamamura, the former editor-in-chief at Weekly Famitsu...

“I think the product shortage [of Nintendo Switch] will continue until the end of this year”.

We'd like to think Nintendo can get a grip on the shortages and ramp things up. Even if they do get a considerable amount of product out there, demand could still continue to outstrip supply. Let's cross our fingers and hope for the best.

Level-5 working on at least one Switch game

Coming from a Nikkei Trendy interview with Level-5 CEO Akihiro Hino...

NT: Nintendo Switch, which you can play as both a stationary system and as a portable game machine, was released in March.

Hino: “I think Switch is good. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is extremely fun. It’s almost dangerous. (Laughs.) Actually, playing with Switch myself, my impression [of the system] has changed a lot from when it was still in development. I was hesitant about its ‘play both inside and outside’ style, but I feel like there is a considerable potential there.

“Anyway, Zelda is a lot of fun, so I personally carry it around and play it as much as I can, even on airplanes. The model that Nintendo gave me is the one with the red- and blue-colored controllers, so when I carried it around a lot, the looks I got made me self-conscious. I bought the black controller that they released myself and attached it. (Laughs.)

“I think the Style of Switch is a wonderful fit for competitive games. You can play if you’re gathered in real life, as well as online. For example, I think the fact that the game lovers within a company can get together and play Mario Kart is really fascinating and interesting. And while I can’t say the content quite yet, we’re working on game(s) that support [Switch].”

Just to be clear, the original Japanese wording leaves it open to interpretation when it comes to how many titles Level-5 is bringing to Switch. We know for sure that at least one title is coming.

Sunsoft bringing My Little Red to Switch


Sunsoft and Nightmare Project have announced that they're brning My Little Red to Switch . It seems to some sort of spooky 3D walking simulator. We don't have much in the way of details right now, but we'll be sure to share when more comes in.

ARMS - Twitter content update for May 23rd, 2017