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Luigi's Mansion website updates with part 4 of Professor E. Gadd's journal; 'That Nostalgic Mansion'

Back to where it all started

The official website for Luigi's Mansion has finally updated with the 4th installment of E. Gadd's journal. Check out a snippet of the journal below, then hit up the link for the full piece.

Now that I have successfully caused Gooigi to assume Luigi's shape and have taught him to wield the Poltergust, I've decided some practical experience catching ghosts is in order! But where to do that…

I mustn't forget that, if I hope to make use of Gooigi's Goo-based properties to give him capabilities beyond those of a normal person, I'll need ghost energy from beyond Evershade Valley. Thus, sending Gooigi elsewhere could solve both my problems! He would learn more from fighting ghosts, and he could collect ghosts for me at the same time! Heh heh heh!

Check out the full update here

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes getting a pair of Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker legendary t-shirts

Looking good, Travis!

Suda51 is constantly adding new t-shirts to Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, and the next two might be his best yet! As you can see in the image above, not one, but two different Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker t-shirt designs are coming to the game. We don't have the release date yet, but we'll let you know that info when it's available.

Fan turns the GameCube logo into a game storage case

The GameCube lives on


I have never seen a GameCube logo this big, nor have I seen one put to such good use! This custom creation is not only an art piece, it's a functional bit of furniture! It can hold all sorts of game boxes, and also serve as some tabletop space for whatever you need! This sucker needs to go right into someone's living room.

Fan makes a tiny LEGO GameCube to store Switch game cards

Now let's see a spice one

Looking for a more interesting way to store your Switch game cards? How about a tiny GameCube that can hold up to 5 games? That's what Reddit user Squid50s put together, and the results are adorable!

If you've got a plentiful LEGO collection at home, you might be able to make this tiny GameCube for yourself. Instructions on how to build one can be found here.

Switch GameCube controller adapter orders in the UK are finally being sent out

Patience is a virtue

Remember when Nintendo announced a major delay for the Switch GameCube controller adapter over in the UK? We're happy to report that the nightmare is finally over. If you preordered an official adapter through Nintendo, you should be getting your shipment very soon. If it hasn't arrived already, it should definitely be on your doorstep by next week.

Square-Enix character designer reveals a cut Chocobo from Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy!, and gives hope for new Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon and Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles titles

FFCCII, please!

Square-Enix character designer Toshiyuki Itahana has worked on both Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy! and Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles. In an interview with Twinfinite, we find out about the Chocobo design seen above, which didn't actually make the cut for the game.

I ended up designing a “summoner”, but the planner mentioned it would be difficult to incorporate into the system, so the design didn’t make it into the game. The design is pretty cute though, so I would love to see it make an appearance next time.

Following that, Itahana is asked about the potential for new entries in the Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon and Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles series. The response is at least somewhat encouraging.

In general, for both remakes, we want to ensure that the games are properly developed, recreating the fun of the original game, while adding new elements. After everyone gets a chance to hopefully reaffirm the fact that these are enjoyable titles, then we could consider future titles. As such, I would love to hear everyone’s feedback and impression upon playing the Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon and FFCC remakes as it’ll serve as an extremely good reference for whatever next title we may undertake.

Two Nintendo titles named as finalists for the 2019 World Video Game Hall of Fame

The Strong National Museum of Play has revealed the 12 finalists for their 2019 World Video Game Hall of Fame. The list of inductees will be revealed on May 2nd, 2019, and voting is open right now. The list of potential inclusions for this year is as follows.

- Candy Crush
- Centipede
- Colossal Cave Adventure
- Dance Dance Revolution
- Half-Life
- Microsoft Windows Solitaire
- Mortal Kombat
- Myst
- NBA 2K
- Sid Meier’s Civilization
- Super Mario Kart
- Super Smash Bros. Melee

You can cast your vote right here!

Boundary Break - The Simpsons Hit & Run Mysteries Explained by Its Developer

I can see the music...

Lets take the camera absolutely anywhere we want to learn more about The Simpsons: Hit and Run!

The latest episode of Boundary Break takes us inside Simpsons Hit & Run, one of the few legitimately fun Simpsons games! Get a look at the game like you've never seen before, thanks to some major insight from one of the developers!

Suda51 still hopes to release a 'complete' version of Killer7

That would be Killer

Not that long ago, Suda51 revealed that the version of Killer7 that saw release was just a small glimpse of what he originally planned for the game. At that time, Suda51 expressed interest in somehow getting that other content out there, but he would need Capcom's blessing to make that happen. Now in an interview with Nintendo Life, Suda51 has given an update on that situation.

I had a very interesting conversation recently with the producer at Capcom, [Hiroyuki] Kobayashi-san and we promised each other that we will make a completed version of Killer7 in the future. Only one third of my original script was used for the game, so there was 60% not used at all. So the complete version will cover all of my script. It’s not 100% going to happen of course, but maybe in the future we’ll be able to deliver the complete version of Killer7. I’ll do it before I retire!

Man creates own personal Hell, plays Tetris 99 with DK Bongos

Going ape

made a custom switch controller out of an arduino and some dk bongos from r/NintendoSwitch

I'm not sure why you would do this to yourself, but here it is. A Switch owner has decided he wanted to play Tetris 99 in one of the most awkward ways possible, so he hacked in DK Bongos support using an Arduino. As you can see in the video above, the results make for the most frustrating game of Tetris 99 yet, but the player seems to have things under control!