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Fire Emblem Heroes - content update for May 30th, 2017

[Summoning Focus] A new Summoning Focus is now live: Bridal Blessings. It allows you to get some Special Heroes: a bride version of Caeda, Charlotte, Cordelia, and Lyn (available until June 14th)

[Story maps] A new Paralogue is now live, called “Bridal Blessings”. It features the following maps: Martial Bliss, Groomed for Combat, and Battle of the Bouquet (available until June 14th)

[Quests] A new set of Special Quests is now available, called “Bridal Blessings”. There’s only three of them, and they allow you to get some extra Orbs (available until June 14th)

[Log-in Bonus] A new Log-in Bonus is now live. You can get 2 Orbs per day (available until June 6th)

[Arena] The latest season is now live, and features the Special Heroes from the Bridal Blessings Summoning Focus: Caeda (Special Hero), Lyn (Special Hero), Charlotte (Special Hero), Cordelia (Special Hero), Lloyd, Henri, Corrin, Donnel, Olivia, and Sharena (available until June 20th)

Kamiko was developed by just two people

Kamiko has been doing pretty well for itself on the Switch eShop charts. The retro-style, top-down adventure game seems to have caught on with consumers, and Skipmore couldn't be happier. In discussing the game, the devs revealed some rather interesting tidbits. Believe it or not, the game was created by just two people! It took them 4 months to put together, and cost the company roughly $45k. At $5 a download, there's no doubt the title has made its money back by now!

Nintendo LINE account - content update for May 30th, 2017

- Kinopio-kun celebrates the Special Heroes Summoning Event: Bridal Blessings event in Fire Emblem Heroes
- Kinopio-kun dresses in a bridal gown
- artwork of Caeda, Charlotte, Cordelia, and Lyn
- a drawing by Kinopio-kun of the Fire Emblem Heroes Twitter mascot Feh
- June 2017 mobile calendar

Picontier coming to Switch

Skipmore has revealed that their upcoming ‘pixel art slow living miniscape RPG’ Picontier is going to see release on Switch, alongside the already-released 3DS version. No release date at this time, nor is there word on localization.

Japan - Geki Yaba Runner" Habanero dated for Japan

More screens here

- coming from Flyhigh Works
- developed by Qubic Games
- due out on 3DS on June 7th
- ¥500

Platinum teases their Switch title, say it'll be "interesting"

Coming from a Famitsu interview with Platinum Games Head Producer Atsushi Inaba...

F: How’s the compatibility with Platinum Games?

AI: “I think it’s good. We’ve also already declared we’re going to participate. During the announcement event of Nintendo Switch, there’s the Platinum Games logo showing up secretly.’

F: Is something happening?

AI: "We’re creating it, you know. I think it’s going to be interesting.”

Famitsu - review scores

Brick Race (Wii U) – 5/3/4/3 [15/40]
Brick Race (3DS) – 5/3/4/3 [15/40]
Choju Giga Wars (3DS) – 7/8/8/6 [29/40]
Dark Witch Music Episode: Rudymical (Switch) – 7/7/7/9 [30/40]
Urban Trial: Freestyle 2 (3DS) – 7/7/8/7 [29/40]

Fire Emblem Warriors - Two new characters revealed, Marth and Chrom also included

- Marth and Chrom confirmed for the game
- two new character siblings - Shion & Lian
- Shion is voiced by Yuma Uchida
- Lian is voiced by Maaya Uchida
- series’ mainstay weapon triangle and class systems exist in Fire Emblem Warriors
- Intelligent Systems is supervising on things such as character setup.
- there will be a huge, fully voiced script.
- characters are mostly from Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, Awakening and Fates
- bond conversations with characters from across different titles
- no marriage, nor is there love in the image of becoming good friends

RUMOR - Retailer listing points to Pokken Tournament port for Switch

Looks like Pokken Tournament has a shot at releasing on Switch. Japanese retailer Sinobi had posted a listing for an arcade stick for Switch, with the listing stating that the stick could be used for games like Pokken Tournament. The listing has now disappeared completely. Was it a listing in error, or was it a leak?