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Nintendo Direct mini Partner Showcase October round up

The last Nintendo Direct this year has been shown and full of goodness for Nintendo fans.

Bravely Default II

We begin with Bravely Default II. The direct shows us more gameplay and features that will be in the game when it launches. With its lush visuals, sound and unique perspective of how the world is traversed. Bravely Default II will be a favourite for the fans and new players alike. 4 different play styles such as Vanguard which can take advantage of their huge defences which can protect their allies. The bard is talented musicians, which can help allies with their melodies and hinder their enemies too. The beastmaster can tame/summon monsters to fight for them. And finally the gambler. The gambler can push their luck for all glory, but the wheel won’t always spin in their favour which players will need to be careful about!

Bravely Default II arrives on the Nintendo Switch February 26th, 2021. Preorders are available now on the Nintendo eShop.

Story Of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town

A new instalment in the Story of Seasons. This time, you leave the city to go out to your grandfather’s farm in a new life in Olive Town. When you get there, its massive forest instead of a farm. Players will be starting from scratch, chop wood, build, gain seeds and look after wild life. The possibilities are endless on what players can do in Olive Town.

Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town releases on the Nintendo Switch, March 26th 2021.

Surviving The Aftermath

Paradox interactive and ice flake studios team up to deliver a post apocalyptic surivial game. Players will be building their own settlements, defend against rival factions and build to survive the harsh environment bestowed upon you.

Surviving The Aftermath will be coming to the Nintendo Switch spring 2021.

Immortals Fenyx Rising

This is a game that many players will be wanting to get their hands on. Ubisoft releasing this game on the Nintendo Switch just proves how popular the Switch is, regardless of the Xbox Series X/S and PS5 launching soon. Immortals is a open world Greek mythology game. Defeat beasts/monsters/titans and earn the gifts of the gods. Players will be able to change their appearance, upgrade armour and skills.

Immortals Fenyx Rising releases on the Nintendo Switch December 3rd 2020

Upcoming Nintendo Switch games

  • Bakugan Champions of Vestroia – November 6th 2020
  • Griftlands: Nintendo Switch Edition – Summer 2021
  • Tropico 6 Nintendo Switch Edition – November 6th 2020
  • Hitman 3 – Coming Soon
  • Control Ultimate Edition available now on the Nintendo eShop

No More Heroes

No More Heroes and No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle are now available on the Nintendo eShop. With more gameplay shown for No More Heroes 3 and showing off the previous instalments of the No More Heroes games. Players don’t have to wait to play some Travis before the 3rd instalment arrives in 2021.

Part Time UFO

Players control a UFO helping people by picking up their things and scoring as much points as possible. Throw another joycon to another player and you can play couch co-op and reap the rewards even more. Not just helping people moving things and stacking. Players can explore in a treasure hunt style mode and get all those lush treasures.

Part Time UFO is available today!

Hyrule Warriors: Age Of Calamity

That’s right, Hyrule Warriors Age of Calamity is getting a demo and it’s available right now off the Nintendo eShop. You can play the complete first chapter and the save progress can be transferred to the full game when it launches. Experience Hyrule before the calamity hits, where our champions are pitted against Ganons forces. This is must for all Zelda fans, especially Breath of the Wild prior to the second instalment.

Hyrule Warriors Age Of Calamity releases on the Nintendo Switch November 20th 2020.

That’s all from the last Nintendo Mini Direct this year. Nintendo have lots of games for everyone this year and coming soon. We hope you like our overall round up of the direct!

Mario Breaking Music Charts

Never expected to be writing this, but here goes.

According to chart data, which keeps track of music charts, the Coconut Mall theme music from “Mario Kart Wii” has entered the US Spotify Viral 50 chart at #15.

If you’re unfamiliar with the track, then look no further:

Source: Twitter

New Story of Seasons clothing hits Insert Coin

Insert Coin have released the Story of Seasons collection, which is available to purchase.

These cute merch will no doubt go down well for the fans. Insert Coin aren’t just releasing the collection on its own… 5 lucky orders/preorders this weekend will get a chance to win Friends of Mineral Town. Get those orders in!

Source: Insert Coin

Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary Collection and Nintendo Tokyo Exclusive Collection Now Available

It’s time to check out your local online Nintendo Store, because the Super Mario Bros. 35th anniversary collection has arrived!

And there are really cool items available, like T-shirts, cups and really adorable plushies.

If you’re in the UK, head over here.

Nintendo reportedly arguing that Joy-Con drift ‘isn’t a real problem’

Switch Joy-Con drift “isn’t a real problem or hasn’t caused anyone any inconvenience”.

Those are the words of Chimicles Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith (CSK&D), a US law firm which is calling on consumers to provide video accounts detailing the negative experiences they have had with Nintendo Switch controllers.

The drifting Joy-Con issue — which causes analogue sticks to register movement even when untouched — was brought to wider public attention with the law firm’s filing of a class action lawsuit in July 2019.

It alleged that Nintendo is fully aware of a defect which causes Joy-Cons to drift and accused the company of unfair and deceptive business practices.

In March of this year US District Judge Thomas S. Zilly approved Nintendo’s move to compel the case to arbitration, but also rejected the platform holder’s bid to dismiss the case.

CSK&D is currently working to pursue the case through the arbitration process. According to online reports, it is now replying to consumers who have previously contacted it about Joy-Con drift problems and asking them to supply short videos outlining the issues they’ve experienced, how Nintendo dealt with their complaints, and whether it has affected their confidence in the company’s products.

“Thank you for contacting our law firm about the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Drift litigation,” reads an email from the law firm republished on Reddit. “We are working on putting together a montage of video clips from Nintendo Switch owners such as yourself as a way to give voice to the joy-con drift issues you’ve experienced. This will be helpful to us in responding to Nintendo’s arguments about how this isn’t a real problem or hasn’t caused anyone any inconvenience.”

“In an effort to humanize and demonstrate these issues and their impact on consumers, it would be helpful to our prosecution of the case if you would submit a short (90 seconds or less) video to us describing your experience with the Joy-Con drift on your controllers.”

CSK&D requests that videos are submitted by October 16 and said it intends to share them with Nintendo’s attorneys and the company’s representatives.

Shortly after the class action suit was filed last year, Nintendo reportedly stopped charging for repair of drifting Joy-Con and began refunding those who had already paid for a fix, although it did not acknowledge an actual fault with Switch controllers.

However, Nintendo’s president offered the company’s first public Joy-Con drift apology during an investor Q&A in June 2020. “We apologize for any inconvenience caused to our customers regarding Joy-Con controllers,” Shuntaro Furukawa said.

“We are continuing to improve our products, but currently Joy-Con is subject to a class-action lawsuit in the United States and is a pending issue so we cannot comment on any specific actions we may take.”

Nintendo was hit with a new Joy-Con drift lawsuit in September, which accuses the company of planned obsolescence – a policy of producing goods designed to break so that they need to be replaced.

The lawsuit was filed in Paris by French non-profit consumer organisation UFC-Que Choisir, which said it was acting in a bid to get Nintendo to change the way Joy-Cons are manufactured.

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Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity — Everything revealed at Tokyo Game Show and Game Live Japan 2020

Saturday and Sunday (September 26th and 27th) were big days for Zelda fans, with lots of new details about the upcoming Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity revealed in Koei Tecmo’s Tokyo Game Show 2020 livestream.

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