PSA: This might be a good time to remind everyone that you can filter stories here on the site, especially if you are hoping to avoid spoilers of a Hyrulian nature. This is available only to registered members.

Edit Profile > Custom Filters > Games Type "breath" or other keyword to find a game, and make sure it says "Exclude".

Bam. Media blackout on that until you tell us otherwise.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - more amiibo unlock footage (spoilers)

This video has been placed after the jump due to spoilers. Even if you are on the fence, I would suggest hanging back.

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Final Fantasy 15 Director - Switch is "kind of a dream machine", "really fascinating", Square-Enix devs interested

Coming from a Polygon interview with FF15 director Hajime Tabata...

"Given my track record...I've worked on handheld titles, but I've also worked on console games. So the fact that Switch is both at the same time is really fascinating to me. I'm really interested in coming up with ideas and how to capitalize on that technology and how to create the best experience possible on the technology. But I'm not quite sure that I have it yet.

You have your Switch sitting in front of the television and you're playing on the big screen and then you take it out, put it down on the table. It becomes a monitor. You take out the two Joy-Cons, and you play with a friend ... it doesn't stop there, because in my mind, it would be really perfect if you could then take this new monitor and use it like a tablet, for example, and play different apps on it like you would on your iPhone or your Android. So basically, it's accomplishing three tasks in one machine. It's kind of like the dream machine.

While I may not be working on anything for it at this point in time, a lot of people on the staff are really interested in the Switch. Myself included! Many of the people on the dev team are older; they're married; they have kids. One of the things they'd like to do is create something they could also play with their children, or that their children could play on their own, for example."

Tomorrow Corp still not sure if their titles will be available on Switch launch day

Coming from Tomorrow Corporation’s Kyle Gabler...

“We hope we can make it! We're still just 3 people, trying to launch 3 games on March 3rd — and it's going to be close. For reference, the Zelda team has approximately 2.9 billion people and a really fast horse, but we're close behind. Save some champagne for us, Nintendo, we're going to be bloody and tired and maybe not all 3 of us will make it alive, but we're going to get there, and the games will be stunning!”

Is Enter the Gungeon coming to Switch?

Let's take a look at some facts, shall we? Devolver Digital has confirmed that they'll be supporting the Switch. They haven't said what games are coming the system's way, but we know their support is coming.

Now we have the devs of Enter the Gungeon teasing news for next week on Twitter. As you well know, Nintendo is hosting a Nindies presentation next week. Could Enter the Gungeon be one of the announcements for that presentation?

It's just a loose connecting of dots right now, but I'd say things are looking good. Thanks to Pixelbuster for the heads up!

Yooka-Laylee - Burnie character profile

As a reminder, Playtonic is showing off new character art once a day on their Twitter feed, so follow up and keep tabs!

Amazon - Snipperclips digital code available for preorder

Grab yours here

Cut paper characters into new shapes to solve dynamic puzzles and play activities in a wonderfully creative and imaginative world! Work together with friends to cut paper characters into new shapes and solve puzzles – Communicate and cooperate (or not) and move the paper characters on the screen. Get creative and cut shapes out of each other to interact with the environment, move objects, and solve puzzles Dynamic puzzles full of ever-changing gameplay – Use your imagination to solve puzzles of many different types in fun and interesting ways Three different types of modes – Solve basic and advanced puzzles by yourself or with a friend in the main game. Then, work together as a team and solve up to 2-4 player dynamic puzzles or compete against each other in activities!

Meet Amelia, the woman who brings your news on your Switch

While Swapnote has Nikki, get ready to meet your new favorite assistant. This is Amelia, and she's the one who curates your Switch news feed. She'll be bringing you the messages that populate your news feed, and she's been quite busy right at the launch of Switch. Your news feed will be filled with messages from her, all which help give the system a bit more personality. It's a little touch, but certainly a welcome one.