Gotta Protectors sequel to see release in the West

He protec again

Susume!! Mamotte Knight: Hime no Totsugeki Serenade is the sequel to Gotta Protectors that's releasing for the Switch. While we've known about the title for awhile, we now have confirmation that it's going to be localized. This comes way of a Nintendo Life interview with Yuzo Koshiro, who is working on the game's soundtrack.

Now Ancient is developing a sequel to Gotta Protectors for Switch. We are planning to release the JP version by the end of this year and the English version by the next spring.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition gets another batch of screens

The Witcher 3 Screenshots (Switch)

As war rages on throughout the Northern Realms, you take on the greatest contract of your life — tracking down the Child of Prophecy, a living weapon that can alter the shape of the world.

Fishing Spirits: Switch Version hard to find in Japan

Hard to catch

Looks like Bandai Namco might have underestimated the stock necessary for Fishing Spirits: Switch Version in Japan. Multiple customers are saying that they can't seem to find physical copies of the game anywhere. The title is currently sold out at all Bic Camera and Yodobashi Camera locations. As of right now, Amazon Japan has the game on backorder, saying that a new shipment should come in on Sept. 3rd, 2019.

Daemon X Machina - "No Arsenal? No Problem!" promo video

You don't have to stick to your Arsenal the whole time you're playing Daemon X Machina. As a matter of fact, getting out and tackling certain situations on foot might be the key to victory. Don't be afraid to get out there and mix things up!

Piczle Cross Adventure dev blog updated with a new feature on the game's 'Interactive tutorial'

First steps

You never know who's going to play your game. Sure, most of the players will be aware of what to do from the get-go, but others may have no previous experience with the genre. That's why it's important to offer up a tutorial. You don't want to alienate a newcomer right from the get-go!

Today's dev blog for Piczle Cross Adventure goes into detail on the game's interactive tutorial. You can check out the full piece here.

Fangamer now stocking Hollow Knight: Collector's Edition with updated game cards

A Hollow victory

You might remember that Fangamer had a bit of an issue with their first round of Hollow Knight game cards, as they didn't include all of the DLC. That issue has since been remedied, and the version in stock right now has all the content on the game card. If you've been holding out on grabbing your copy, now's the time to jump in!

EA breaks down what will be included in FIFA 20 Legacy Edition on Switch

EA Sports...it's not in the game

EA has finally provided a FAQ that details what will/won't be in FIFA 20 Legacy Edition on Switch. As you might expect, it's pretty much the exact same game as last year, just with some roster tweaks. Check out the full details below.

The EA SPORTS™ FIFA 20 Legacy Edition launches September 27th on Nintendo Switch™ featuring the latest kits, clubs, and squads from some of top leagues around the world. It will also feature some of the world’s most famous stadiums, including a number brand new to FIFA 20.

In the FIFA 20 Legacy Edition you’ll be able to experience the authenticity and atmosphere of the UEFA Champions League and Europa League, and play modes including FIFA Ultimate Team™, Kick Off, Career Mode, Licensed and Custom Tournaments, Women’s International Cup, Skill Games, Online Seasons, Online Friendlies, and Local Seasons.

Learn what’s included in the FIFA 20 Legacy Edition in the FAQ below.

What is the FIFA 20 Legacy Edition?

The FIFA 20 Legacy Edition features updated presentation (in-game menus and broadcast overlays), the latest kits and squad updates for the upcoming season, but no new game modes or gameplay innovations.

What modes are available in the FIFA 20 Legacy Edition?

You’ll be able to play Kick Off, Career Mode, Tournaments – Licensed and Custom, including the UEFA Champions League, Women’s International Cup, Skill Games, Online Seasons, Online Friendlies, and Local Seasons with the same features from FIFA 19. FIFA Ultimate Team will also be included in the Legacy Edition.

Does gameplay in the FIFA 20 Legacy Edition vary from FIFA 19 on Nintendo Switch?

The FIFA 20 Legacy Edition will feature the same gameplay innovation from FIFA 19 without any new development or significant enhancements.

Can I play FIFA Ultimate Team in the FIFA 20 Legacy Edition?

Yes, you’ll be able to play FIFA Ultimate Team, featuring Manager Tasks, Single Player & Online Seasons, Single Player & Online Tournaments, Single Player & Online Draft, Online Singles Matches, Online Friendly Seasons, Team of the Week Challenges and Squad Building Challenges.

Can I play online?

Yes, you’ll be able to play Online Seasons, Online Friendlies, and various FIFA Ultimate Team modes online.

Will FIFA Ultimate Team feature special player items in the FIFA 20 Legacy Edition?

Yes, certain special items in FIFA Ultimate Team will be supported in the FIFA 20 Legacy Edition.

Will there be live updates to kick-off squads throughout the season in the FIFA 20 Legacy Edition?

Yes, the FIFA 20 Legacy Edition will feature live updates to kick-off squads throughout the season.

Will EA SPORTS VOLTA Football be included in the FIFA 20 Legacy Edition?

No, VOLTA Football is only available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Does the UEFA Champions League feature in the FIFA 20 Legacy Edition?

Yes, you will still be able to experience the authenticity & atmosphere of the UEFA Champions League and Europa League.

Can I play on the go?

Yes, you can play in Docked, Handheld, and Tabletop modes, as well as via Local Multiplayer Connection.

Can I use Split Joy-Con?

Yes, FIFA 20 Legacy Edition includes support for Joy-Con in Handheld, Dual, and Single mode, in addition to support for Pro Controller configuration.

How can I pre-order the FIFA 20 Legacy Edition on Nintendo Switch?

You can pre-order the FIFA 20 Legacy Edition on Nintendo Switch via your preferred retailer, both digitally and in-store.

How much will the FIFA 20 Legacy Edition cost?

Pricing varies by country, however, Legacy Editions are generally sold at a lower price.

Arnold Schwarzenegger will not be voicing the Terminator in his Mortal Kombat 11 appearance

He'll be back...kind of

The Terminator is coming to Mortal Kombat 11 as a DLC character, and the character model uses the likeness of Arnold Schwarzenegger. That's where Arnold's contributions end though, as it has been confirmed that the actor will not be providing his voice for the game. A soundalike will be handling that duty, which should be more than enough to get the point across.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood's devs discuss the decision to create a co-op shooter

My buddy

Wolfenstein: Youngblood is a considerable departure for the franchise. It's a shooter built from the ground-up to be a co-op experience. Why did the dev team decide to take this path? GamesBeat talked to developers Andreas Öjerfors and Aydin Afzoud to find out.

Andreas Öjerfors: We started with Wolfenstein: New Order, the big one, and then we did New Colossus, which was the side project. It used a lot of the systems and gameplay of New Order, but it had new actors, new weapons, and new levels. The idea was that next we’d do the same thing as New Colossus. But the idea of co-op and having this more open and unstructured world came into the picture. It became a much bigger project than we’d first thought. It took us a year and a half to build. The only reason we were able to build that big a project in just a year and a half was because of our partnership with Arkane.

Aydin Afzoud: We’d always wanted to explore co-op and make a co-op game. It’s also something that our fans had asked for. They wanted multiplayer, the ability to play with their friends. That’s always been our desire. Like he said, this smaller project, compared to the big game–that made it pretty natural to do the co-op these time.

Nintendo the most-seen gaming industry brand on TV for July 16th to Aug. 15th, 2019

Summer fun continues for Switch

Nintendo has been dominating the TV ad impressions scene over the Summer. They've once again taken the top spot, this time for July 16th to Aug. 15th, 2019. Check out full details below.

- over 260.2 million TV ad impressions generated by 10 spots that aired over 1,200 times
- “Disney Channel: Summer Fun,” advertising the Switch, was its most-seen commercial with over 137.7 million impressions
- networks with high impression-counts included Disney Channel, Nick, and Nick Toons
- some of the top shows were SpongeBob SquarePants, The Loud House, and Big City Greens


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