2人タッグの場合、まずウデマエの近い2人タッグ×4組が集められて、2人タッグ×2組の2チームに分かれて対戦することになる。 どのタッグとどのタッグがチームを組むことになるかはランダムに決定される。 pic.twitter.com/zDPy5HmAuO— Splatoon（スプラトゥーン） (@SplatoonJP) July 28, 2015
ちなみに、3人でタッグを組むこともできるが、扱いは4人タッグと同じだ。 3人対4人の対戦になるので、腕に自信のあるプレイヤーにだけオススメしたい。 なお、タッグマッチでもポイントは入手でき、ウデマエも上下するそうだ。 pic.twitter.com/HD5HSjTS2y— Splatoon（スプラトゥーン） (@SplatoonJP) July 28, 2015
This update discusses some details of the new matchmaking features, which include teaming up with friends as "tagged" players and joining them in ranked battles. Of course, all of these Tweets are in Japanese, but it should not be long before a proper translation is released or before Nintendo of America provides more details.
Nobunaga’s Ambition 2 (3DS) – 7/8/8/8 [31/40]
Romance of the Three Kingdoms 2 (3DS) – 7/7/8/8 [30/40]
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According to Nintendo's official website, the game is planned to be released on the Wii U eShop on August 3rd. No price has currently been announced.
The following information comes from an analyst from MCVUK:
It’s conclusion? The NX could be centred about social virtual reality of augmented reality games.
It speculates that Nintendo’s solution could involve a low cost dedicated games console with a spec equal to or lower than PS4 and Xbox One that has been optimised for VR/AR. This would be accompanied by a low cast headset, possibly following the template laid out by the likes of Samsung’s Gear VR – which, of course, would tie into Nintendo’s smartphone aspirations.
It also believes this would be accompanied by an accessible controller designed to do for VR what the WiiRemote did for console gaming.
Square Enix said the following information in a press release:
Additionally, we are also considering launching on Nintendo’s in development NX platform.
Although Nintendo hasn't said much about the Nintendo NX, Square Enix announced this morning that two Dragon Quest games, Dragon Quest X and Dragon Quest XI, are being considered to be released for the platform. It was also announced this morning that Square Enix would be releasing Dragon Quest XI for the Nintendo 3DS sometime in 2016.