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HandyGames on why they're bringing 11 games to the Switch

HandyGames has gone all-in on the Switch, putting out a press release stating that 11 titles from them are heading to the platform.
It certainly seems like a big gamble, but Chris Kassulke, CEO of HandyGames, has sat down with GamesBeat to explain why they made the move.

“It’s not too many games. We plan to release different games for different genres. We see the demand for building up strategy or even god games. Several games we develop are co-op multiplayer titles and they are not simple ports. The Switch is a perfect platform that just perfectly fit to our games.

...We like the Switch because consumers are paying for content on the platform. If we start a new venture, we have to kill off something else. We’ve been a mobile first company, but that changed completely this year with the Switch. We try something out. We’re flexible. We go for the next hot shit.”

Splatoon 2 - Choco Egg series releasing in Japan



A new line of Splatoon 2 Choco Eggs is heading to Japan this February. There are 15 figures we know of, and 1 secret figure. We'll keep an eye on import retailers who stock up!

Oink Games bringing Mujo to Switch

- Easy but profound game development.
- A puzzle system that you have never experienced.
- Many cool gods and monsters designed by HEY.
- Beautiful but minimal graphic designs and animation.

OPUS: The Day We Found Earth hitting Switch next week in Japan

Dive into the boundless galaxy and embark on an emotional adventure!

Help our little robot, Emeth, to fulfill a century-old promise by finding Earth in order to save Mankind—so step into the spaceship, operate a deep space telescope, and find out what’s out there in the unknown.

“A robot without a goal is nothing more than a calculator. So, listen up... Your goal, is to find Earth. Do we have a deal?”
- Dr. Lisa, the creator of the robot and who believes that Earth is not just a myth.

“We have a deal… Emeth will find Earth!”
- Emeth, the robot.

An atmospheric experience with a rich story
A whole galaxy to explore and get lost in
Secrets of mysterious planets to be uncovered
Meticulously crafted art
A beautiful soundtrack to chill out to

Capcom blog update - Court Files: The Characters of Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, Vol. 2

Court is back in session with Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney out now on Nintendo 3DS in North America! As with last week, we’re taking a look at some of the loveable characters that make up the world of AJ:AA. If you’re new to the franchise, just need a refresher, or see some familiar names from more recent 3DS entries like Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies or Spirit of Justice, now is a great time to get caught up before diving into Apollo’s early court cases.

If you haven’t caught up on Apollo and Trucy yet, give that article a read before continuing! This time around it’s a trio of characters that will be central to finding the truth.

Even if you’re not that familiar with the Ace Attorney series, you likely know Phoenix for his bright blue suit, his rousing “OBJECTION,” and the pulse-pounding music that plays when you’re in pursuit of the truth. Having learned from the original Ace Attorney, his mentor and friend Mia Fey, Phoenix was a rising star in the courtroom, well-known for his ability to turn things around and secure a “not guilty” verdict in his endless pursuit of the truth. He never wavers in believing in the innocence of his clients.

Several years have passed since Phoenix’s debut in court, and it seems that he’s fallen on hard times. A court case gone wrong left Phoenix disbarred, unable to practice law and completely out of a job.

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Pokemon Ultra Sun/Ultra Moon - Alola Impresses with New Activities

If you've already explored the Alola region in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, you're already aware of the many fun activities scattered across the islands. We're excited to introduce even more amazing things to do on your return trip in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon! Take a look at some of our favorite excursions that you can experience on your latest Alolan journey.

And if you're looking for a refresher on some of the features that were introduced in Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, be sure to check out our new visitor's guide to the Alola region.

Full feature here

Earn Your Title in Pokkén Tournament DX

Want to put your Pokkén Tournament DX skills to the ultimate test? Then get ready to compete in official Group Matches! You'll face off against fighters from all over the world in a series of heated battles to win exclusive new titles. There's also a special title reserved for everyone who participates in the Group Matches, so everybody gets something for competing!

To earn a participation prize, you must play at least one match to completion during the ranked time. Even if you lose the match, you will still earn the participation prize.

Before you participate in an official Group Match, please make sure that you have updated your copy of Pokkén Tournament DX to the latest version. To learn more about the game, visit the official site. So practice up, and we'll see you in battle!