Monday Update with BlazBlue on Switch, Battleminerz on 3DS, Nintendo shares soar and Splatfest results!
● Arc System Works confirmed at EVO 2017 that BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle is coming to Nintendo Switch in 2018. Play movie here.
● Wobby Tooth announced Battleminerz for Nintendo 3DS releasing in Winter 2017 and featuring Creative, Horde and Battle Modes. Announcement trailer here.
● Nintendo Co., Ltd. shares went up by a further 0.36% to close trading at another new nine plus year high of 44,310.
● Stamina beat Power 2–1 in the third Splatfest in the Japanese version of Splatoon 2. Announcement video here.
● Experience Inc. (who developed the Demon Gazes amongst others) have expressed their desire to develop Nintendo Switch software. Many thanks to Kaitwyn for the heads-up!
● RedCandleGames will be publishing the Steam version of Detention in Japan on 27 October. It is unknown whether the Switch version will also release on this day.
● The Japanese Nintendo Switch eShop also has a Sale section although no games as of yet! Go here for a list of all sale games.
● Screen Rant are reporting that the live-action Detective Pikachu movie will begin filming in London in January 2018.
● Nippon Ichi have opened up a teaser site for a mystery new game. Platform is also a mystery.
● Miitomo welcomed the return of the three awesome “Ghastly ghosts! Horrible Halloween” stages including Zombie, Frankenstein’s Monster, Werewolf, Dracula and Mummy costumes all pictured here. Pictures of Miitomo Shop’s new items also here.
● Fire Emblem Heroes today added The New Heroes: World of Holy War (Sigurd, Deirdre and Tailtiu) with a new 5★ Summoning Focus, Paralogue Maps and limited-time special quests.
● “Trainers, Pokémon GO is being updated to version 0.79.3 for Android and 1.49.3 for iOS to implement bug fixes.”
● The latest TV commercial for Tamagotchi no Puchi Puchi Omisecchi ~Ninki no Omise Atsumemashita~ here
● De Mambo will soon be updated in Japan adding additional game modes and more. Order Land! will also be updated this week.
● COMG! rankings hint at a low start for Lost Sphear. Pre-orders see Pokémon Ultra Sun Moon with 515, Super Mario Odyssey with 132 and Shin Megami Tensei: Deep Strange Journey with 53.
● That’s all for now. Sorry for the lack of updates today but ill in bed. Fortunately I had Lost Sphear to play! And thanks for following!