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Nintendo has released an extended look at gameplay from the upcoming Mario Strikers Battle League, the next entry in the Mushroom Kingdom-based football series.
For now, the trailer has only been released in Japanese, but it’s still fairly clear what’s going on. Characters shown off include Mario, Luigi, Bowser, Peach, Rosalina, Toad, Yoshi, Donkey Kong, Wario and Waluigi.
Mario Strikers Battle League was announced a couple of months back with a launch date set for Nintendo Switch on 10th June, though we’ve heard little about it since. Once again, series stalwart Next Level Games (of Luigi’s Mansion 3 fame) is on development duties.
Genshin Impact has found significant success since its launch on consoles, PC, and mobile. The title was also initially set to come to Nintendo Switch back in 2020. However, we’re now well into 2022 and are yet to see any signs of the macha game on the handheld console.
It’s been a while since we’ve had any update from miHoYo, too, so the folks at GoNintendo took it upon themselves to ask miHoYo whether or not fans should still expect to see the free-to-play game on Nintendo Switch. Needless to say, they didn’t get too far in terms of any concrete or exciting answers. However, we do know that the efforts to bring Genshin Impact to Nintendo Switch aren’t yet over.
Given that recent Genshin Impact media has failed to mention the Nintendo Switch whatsoever, fans became a little concerned that perhaps, after all, Genshin may not come to the Switch. The neglect for the Nintendo Switch was rectified when video descriptions were updated to mention it, but the damage had already been done for worried fans.
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Things aren’t looking good for Square Enix. Following the bombshell news earlier this week that the Japanese publisher is offloading a suite of 50+ IP to the Embracer Group, it was revealed that it would be keeping three of its non-Japanese IP for the foreseeable; Just Cause, Life Is Strange, and Outriders.
Whilst we don’t have intimiate breakdowns of how the first two IP in that list have performed for the publisher, it’s safe to say – as legacy brands – they’re quite popular; Life is Strange has carved out a niche for itself since the first game launched back in 2015, and Just Cause has always found a place in gaming communities since its first game in 2006.
Outriders, though, is a different story. We heard last year that developer People Can Fly didn’t receive royalties from Outriders, and that there were some issues with the profitability of the game.
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TennoCon, Warframe’s annual fan event, is officially returning this summer in digital-only form, with developer Digital Extremes having now confirmed that all-day proceedings will be getting underway on 16th July.
TennoCon has, of course, traditionally been a live, in-person event combining Warframe announcements, developer panels, and various community focused activities, but Digital Extremes made the decision to go online-only back in 2020 in reponse to the coronavirus pandemic, meaning this year’s TennoCon will be its third fully digital show.
Unfortunately, beyond that 16th July date, Digital Extremes is yet to share much in the ways of details about this year’s TennoCon, only saying that the all-day event will feature “exciting reveals” from the team, alongside a community art show.