PR - Skylanders Superchargers Debuts Dark Edition and Eon's Elite Collection at Comic-Con

London, UK, 7th July 2015 - Activision will today reveal the new Skylanders® SuperChargers Dark Edition at Comic-Con International: San Diego 2015 where attendees will be among the first consumers in the world to play the game with dark versions of the Starter Pack characters, including Dark Turbo Charge Donkey Kong and his Dark Barrel Blaster land vehicle; Dark Hammer Slam Bowser and his Dark Clown Cruiser sky vehicle; and Skylanders fan-favourite Stealth Elf in a new Dark version.

Dark Super Shot Stealth Elf and Dark Sea Shadow will be available exclusively in the Dark Edition Starter Packs for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation ® 3, and PlayStation® 4. The Wii U™ Dark Edition Starter Pack will include Dark Turbo Charge Donkey Kong and Dark Barrel Blaster, exclusively. A different, unique adventure including Dark Hammer Slam Bowser and Dark Clown Cruiser will be made available on Nintendo’s Wii™ system. The Skylanders SuperChargers Dark Edition Starter Packs will be available exclusively at GAME in the UK.

Skylanders Comic-Con offerings also include a first-look at the highly collectible figures from the all-new Eon’s Elite lineup, as well as the popular franchise-inspired comic book series, Mad Libs and costumes.

Eon’s Elite is a premium toy line offering fans the ultimate versions of some of the most iconic heroes from the game that started it all, Skylanders Spyro’s Adventure®. Each hero is powered up to three times the normal level and updated with premium decorations, new poses and unique sculpts that represent how they appear in their fully upgraded form. The figures are presented in premium packaging featuring a display case with a 3-D lenticular background, making them truly collectible items. This year’s fan-favourite roster includes Voodood, Zook, Slam Bam, Ghost Roaster, Boomer and Dino-Rang.

Famitsu - This week's review scores (7/7/15)

Yoshi’s Woolly World (Wii U) – 9/8/8/9 [34/40]
Yo-Kai Watch Busters (3DS) – 8/9/8/8 [33/40]
Gourmet Dream (3DS) – 7/6/7/7 [27/40]
Dasshutsu Adventure Zetsubou Yousai (3DS) – 7/7/6/7 [27/40]
Hello Kitty to Sanrio Characters World Rock Tour (3DS) – 6/6/5/6 [23/40]

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Limbo headed to Wii U


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GoNintendo 'End of Day' thought - Last week's video content from GoNintendo

Time to get some rest! I've been extra tired lately. I think allergies are getting to me. I'm going to head right to bed after tonight's post. At least, that's the plan! See you all in a few, short hours.

We're going to be pretty light on video content for the next two weeks. I'll be taking my regular family vacation, so I won't have my equipment to record features. I might be able to do podcast videos, depending on when I plan out the show. We'll definitely have our regular podcasts, but I'm not sure when/where. I'll figure it out as I go along, but for now let's look back at last week's video content!

First up, my parents sat down for yet another game challenge. This time they played a bit of Golden Axe. I'm not going to lie...this video has probably the saddest ending of the entire series so far. It's still a gem overall, but I can't help but feel bad about how things ended!

We also had our usual podcast video. We talked about our big deal with Nicalis, as well as all the other Nintendo news of the week. We shared your replies to our Twitter question, talked about what we played and did our usual music trivia. A pretty great show overall. We even kicked things off with some off-screen LEGO Jurassic World footage!