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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy - gameplay footage

The Ace Attorney Trilogy contains all 14 chapters of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Justice For All, and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Trials and Tribulations. It will include English and Japanese language settings, and includes up to 10 save data slots.

Sky Gamblers Afterburner patch to be released soon

Atypical Games has revealed that a patch is in the works for Sky Gamblers Afterburner. The patch hasn't been fully detailed yet, but we do know it fixes an issue with XP/in game currency not being awarded properly. When we get full patch notes and confirmation of the update's release, we'll be sure to let you know.

Fortnite's Driftin’ LTM being temporarily disabled

Epic has announced that Fortnite's Driftin' LTM is going to be disabled for awhile in order to tune things up. No word on when it'll return, other than a generic 'next few days' from Epic.

Paladins - Atlas Champion reveal trailer

Atlas, the new Frontline Champion, has been revealed for Paladins. The character will be making his way to the game sometime in March 2019. More details on what Atlas offers will be shared tomorrow.

Did You Know Gaming - Game Boy Advance Games Facts

This time on Did You Know Gaming extra, we take a look at some Game Boy Advance games facts, including GBA games like Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire, Mario kart Super Circuit, and several other of the Nintendo system's classics.

Untitled Goose Game pushed to later in 2019 due to circumstances beyond the dev's control

Bad news for those looking forward to getting their hands on Untitled Goose Game soon. The developers have announced that the game is now coming later in 2019, due to a set of circumstances outside of the dev's control. This is the second delay the game has seen, as it was originally moved from late 2018 to early 2019.

RUMOR - Nintendo and Microsoft working on 'big things' together, plus more talk of Scalebound revival chances

Liam Robertson has become very well-known over the years for being someone who can get inside info on games. He hunts down details on cancelled projects, and keeps his ear to the ground for up-and-coming info. His most recent feature can be seen above, where he covers some recent hot topics for Nintendo fans. He also hits upon some new tidbits. Check out a summary of the video below.

- Project HAMMER and Scalebound are unlikely to come back
- Project HAMMER was a mess of a project that caused a lot of damage
- Platinum has unannounced projects and pitches
- the decision to cancel Scalebound was a mutual one between PlatinumGames and Microsoft
- one of the biggest reasons it was cancelled was the tech could not run the vision for the game
- Scalebound was a very personal project for the team
- picking it up again when many folk who worked on it have left seems against PG's studio culture
- there's a rumor that Platinum has shelved a major project recently because they couldn't staff it
- there's no reason for Microsoft to sell Scalebound as it would do damage to Microsoft
- Robertson heard Nintendo and Microsoft are working on big things together
- he doesn't think PlatinumGames has the money to buy Scalebound

Cat Quest II: The Lupus Empire takes place hundreds of years after the first

Cat Quest II: The Lupus Empire will be making its way to Switch later this year. That gives you some time to snatch up the first and play through. Those who have finished the experience are probably wondering when the second game takes place. Developers The GentleBros. shared that info in an interview with ParallaxMedia.

The story will take place hundreds of years after the first. It’s a totally new story and you don’t need to know past events to get into this one. However, if you’ve played the first one, you might get certain references to characters, and even appreciate returning ones.

Fate/EXTELLA LINK launches for Switch on March 22nd, 2019 in Europe

Tunbridge Wells, England – 20th February, 2019 – Marvelous Europe are excited to announce that Fate/EXTELLA LINK, a direct sequel to the events of Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star, will be released digitally and physically for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4, as well as digitally for the PlayStation Vita, on the 22nd March, 2019 within Europe and Australia. Publishing partner XSEED Games will also be releasing a digital version of Fate/EXTELLA LINK for Windows PC via Steam worldwide on the 19th March, 2019.

In addition to this release date announcement, we are happy to confirm that a Digital Deluxe Edition of Fate/EXTELLA LINK will also be made available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and Windows PC.

Fate/EXTELLA LINK Digital Deluxe Edition Contents:
▪ Fate/EXTELLA LINK Game
▪ Fate/EXTELLA LINK Digital Soundtrack App
▪ Bowman of Justice Outfit for Nameless*
▪ Sergeant of the Shadow Lands Outfit for Scathach*
▪ Fate/EXTELLA LINK Game
▪ Fate/EXTELLA LINK Digital Soundtrack App
Bowman of Justice Outfit for Nameless*
▪ Sergeant of the Shadow Lands Outfit for Scathach*

The Bowman of Justice Outfit for Nameless and Sergeant of the Shadow Lands Outfit for Scathach will also be included with both the Emperor of Paladins Edition and the Joyeuse Edition of Fate/EXTELLA LINK for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.

Digital Pre-orders for Fate/EXTELLA LINK began worldwide on the 19th February, 2019 on Steam and will also begin on the 1st March, 2019 for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 within Europe, with pre-order bonuses being offered on the Nintendo eShop, PlayStation Store, and Steam.

Nintendo Switch & Windows PC Digital Pre-Order Bonus:

▪ Altera Costume for Artoria
▪ Altera Costume for Artoria PlayStation 4 Pre-Order Digital Pre-order Bonuses:
▪ Altera Costume for Artoria
▪ PlayStation 4 Theme
▪ Altera Costume for Artoria
▪ PlayStation 4 Theme

Finally the Lil Nero, Lil Tamamo and Lil Altera outfits, which come bundled with the Nintendo Switch version of Fate/EXTELLA LINK, will be available to download for FREE for one week from release from the PlayStation Store and Steam. After this promotional period the content will be sold as premium DLC on the PlayStation Store and Steam.

About Fate/EXTELLA LINK: Picking up right where the 2017 smash hit Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star left off, Fate/EXTELLA LINK adds 10 servants to the original roster of 16. The high-speed action gameplay has been refined, and players will battle their way through massive invading armies to retake the virtual world of SE.RA.PH from an invading force. Players on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC can now engage in massive four-on-four online battles with up to seven other players. Foes will quiver at the True Name of players’ Noble Phantasms as they assume the role of their favourite Servant.

Fate/EXTELLA LINK will also be available in two Collector’s Edition variations exclusive from the Marvelous Games Store. Alongside the game itself, the Joyeuse Edition contains a soundtrack CD, a pack of 10 collectible 7.6cm by 12.7cm cards depicting each of the new Servants, a 43.1cm by 60.9cm cloth poster, and a 7.6cm by 11.4cm. The Emperor of Paladins Edition includes the same contents plus a stunning set of ‘Holy Tile of the Moon’ Mahjong tiles featuring characters from the Fate/EXTELLA franchise.

Developed by Marvelous and scheduled for release on 22nd March, 2019 within Europe and Australia by Marvelous Europe, a digital and physical version of Fate/EXTELLA LINK will be available for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, and a digital version will be released for PlayStation Vita. Publishing partner XSEED Games will also be releasing a digital version of the game for Windows PC via Steam worldwide on the 19th March, 2019.