Igarashi on speeding up Bloodstained's development, excitement for Metroid: Samus Returns

Coming from a GameSpot interview with Koji Igarashi and Shutaro Iida...

GS: How is development progressing? You recently had to delay the game to 2018. Have there been any unexpected hurdles in development or is it just taking a longer than you anticipated?

KI: Development is generally going smoothly, but there have been a lot of troubles. We encountered a lot of problems during development. Right now, we're trying to speed up the development more because we had to make the system first and then go from there and just created more and more content. It's quicker now in general.

GS: A lot of the later Castlevania games share many similarities with Metroid. What are your thoughts on the new Metroid game that was announced for 3DS?

KI: The two of us are extremely excited! [Laughs] We're looking forward to it!

Bethesda shares how Zelda: Breath of the Wild content got added to Skyrim

Coming from Bethesda VP of PR / marketing Pete Hines....

“… talked to the Breath of the Wild folks, and they were big Skyrim fans themselves and loved the idea. We really wanted to kind of do an integration with them – their open world thing, our open world thing. It was a lot of fun. They were great with proividing us with all kinds of assets to make it feel like a cool, unique thing for Skyrim.”

GBA SP repurposed as Switch dock

You could play GBA games on your GBA SP, or you could take one and turn it into a Switch dock! That's what's going on right here, and the end result is pretty damn fancy! Check out more pics here.

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Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle & the Millionaires' Conspiracy - Famitsu print advert

Man, the Layton series always has gorgeous artwork, and this game is no different. What I wouldn't give for some original artwork from Level-5 to hang on my walls.

Brook Super Converter now supports Switch

The Brook Super Converter let you use your PS3/PS4 controllers on Wii U, but now the device has gotten an update. You can get the same PS3/PS4 support on your Switch! Obviously it's not going to be the best option in all instances, but it will get the job done.

Digital Dreams Entertainment becomes Switch developer

Digital Dreams Entertainment has announced that they're now a licensed Switch dev. They haven't confirmed any titles for the platform, but DDE is most recently known for Mutant League Football. When DDE officially confirms what they're working on for Switch, we'll be sure to let you know!