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Team Sonic Racing - TGS 2018 gameplay segment

Team Sonic Racing combines the best elements of arcade and fast‐paced competitive style racing as you face‐off with friends in intense multiplayer racing. Race together and work together as a team by sharing power‐ups and speed boosts. Take control of your racing style ‐ Choose from 3 distinct character types and unlock game changing vehicle customization options to suit your racing style. Gear Up. Speed Up. – Team Racing at Sonic Speed!

The Walking Dead: The Final Season cancelled as well

The bad news from Telltale just keeps pouring in. Now we've learned that The Walking Dead: The Final Season has been cancelled as well. The series is going to wrap with the second episode of The Final Season. How this impacts the future release on Switch remains to be seen.

Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy! - gameplay footage

We got the TGS 2018 trailer for Chocobo's Mystery Dungeon: Every Buddy just yesterday, and now we get a look at the game in action. This is one of many Final Fantasy-related titles Square-Enix is bringing over to the Switch.

Famitsu most wanted - Sept. 6th to 12th, 2018

2. Dairantou Smash Bros. SPECIAL (Switch) - 570
4. Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth (3DS) - 482
8. Pocket Monsters: Let’s Go! Pikachu/Eevee (Switch) - 223701
9. Fire Emblem: Fuuka Setsugetsu (Switch) - 236
10. Bayonetta 3 (Switch) - 234
18. Shin Megami Tensei V (Switch) - 180
21. Dragon Quest XI: Sugisarishi Toki o Motomete (Switch) - 163
22. Dragon Quest Builders 2: Hakaishin Shidoo to Karappo no Shima (Switch) - 162
32. WORK×WORK (Switch) - below 113
33. Rockman 11: Unmei no Haguruma!! (Switch) - below 113
34. Yokai Watch 4 (Switch) - below 113
40. Neko Tomo (3DS) - below 113

Super Mario Calendar 2019 seeing release in Japan

Ensky is on a roll with officially-licensed Nintendo calendars! The next one in their lineup is a Super Mario Calendar 2019, which will ship out on October 11th, 2018.

My Nintendo Japan - Update for Sept. 21st, 2018

My Nintendo Japan is currently offering 20% discounts off for these Xenoblade 2 items

- Xenoblade 2 A4 Clear File (4 pieces set)
- Xenoblade 2 A3 Clear Poster (21 pieces set)
- Xenoblade 2 High Definition Acrylic Art Board

Three more Kickstarter projects aiming to release on Switch - Encased, KnifeBoy, and Infinite Mana

The game is set in an alternate 1970's and revolves around the exploration of the Dome, a mysterious structure discovered in a remote desert. No one knows the exact nature of those who built the Dome, but the founders of this advanced civilization have come to be called the Forefathers.

Why I'm here? Let's cut to the case! KnifeBoy is Solo-developed by myslef and the Game has been in development for 2 years - I have literally worked on this Game non-stop and it's finally coming together - but - I lack the skills to write good dialogues and I have no musical talent whatsoever... So, I need your help to raise enough funds so I can outsource Music and Writing to improve the overall quality of the Game! I really want to make this game Great, rather than "just another Indie Game". The Art, the Enemies, the Level Design and the Unique Story telling looks and feels different from other games in this genre...I mean... this is the 1st Ever Mortal-Metroid-Kombat-Vania Game, so of course its different... But with your help, I can hopefully add great dialogue and music to the list of awesomeness & make this game something special!

Infinite Mana is a retro-style, open world RPG with light sandbox features and glitch mechanics set in the immense magickal world of Arukea. It has a unique design that pays tribute to classic RPGs from the 8/16-bit eras through its style and subtle nods in gameplay, but with an emphasis on modern game design elements. It is a mix of newness and nostalgia that is lovingly crafted to evoke a sense of wonder which is seemingly gone from many RPGs nowadays. Every step has something new to discover and is lovingly crafted to take you off guard, so expect the unexpected.

Thanks to PhantomLiger for the heads up!

Nintendo Online Store opens 'Cool Stuff' section

Nintendo's Online Store has just opened up a new section called 'Cool Stuff.' The section sells things like apparel, board/card games, toys, figures, and more. Check out the full lineup here.

Golden Joystick 2018 voting now open

The time to cast your vote for the Golden Joystick Awards has come once again. You can check out all the categories and nominated games below. Then hit up the link and vote away!

Best Storytelling

Forgotten Anne
God of War
Gorogoa
Marvel’s Spider-Man
Octopath Traveller
Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire
Reigns: Her Majesty
The Banner Saga 3
Unavowed
Yakuza 6: The Song of Life

Best Visual Design

Chuchel
Dead Cells
Dragon Ball FighterZ
FAR: Lone Sails
Frostpunk
God of War
Gorogoa
Monster Hunter: World
Subnautica
We Happy Few

Best Audio

Far Cry 5
Forza Horison 4
God of War
Jurassic World: Evolution
Just Shapes & Beats
Life is Strange 2
Monster Hunter: World
Sea of Thieves
Shadow of the Tomb Raider
Subnautica

Best Indie Game

Celeste
Dead Cells
Gorogoa
Into The Breach
Just Shapes & Beats
Laser League
Minit
Opus Magnum
Owlboy
SteamWorld Dig 2

Best Competitive Game

Arena of Valor
Call of Duty: WW2
Dragon Ball FighterZ
FIFA 19
Fortnite Battle Royale
Forza Horizon 4
Laser League
Mario Tennis Aces
PES 2019
Paladins

Best Cooperative Game

A Way Out
Far Cry 5
Firewall Zero Hour
Monster Hunter: World
No Man’s Sky NEXT
Overcooked 2
Sea of Thieves
State of Decay 2
Unravel Two
Warhammer: Vermintide 2

Still Playing

Destiny 2
Final Fantasy 14
Hearthstone
Overwatch
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
Pokemon GO
Rainbow Six Siege
Warframe
World of Tanks
World of Warcraft

eSports Game of the Year

Call of Duty: WW2
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Dota 2
Dragon Ball FighterZ
FIFA 18
League of Legends
Overwatch
Rainbow Six Siege
Rocket League
Street Fighter 5

Best VR Game

Doom VFR
Firewall Zero Hour
Flotilla 2
GNOG
Moss
Sprint Vector
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim VR
The Persistence
Transference
WipEout Omega Collection VR

Studio of the Year

Bluepoint Games
Capcom
Epic Games
Insomniac
Motion Twin
Rare
Sony Santa Monica
Stoic Studio
Subset Games
Unknown Worlds

Mobile Game of the Year

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp
Donut County
Florence
Fortnite
GNOG
Gorogoa
Million Onion Hotel
PUBG Mobile
Pokemon Quest
Reigns: Her Majesty

Nintendo Game of the Year

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker
De Blob 2
Detective Pikachu
Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze
Hollow Knight
Mario Tennis Aces
Nintendo Labo
Octopath Traveller
WarioWare Gold

PlayStation Game of the Year

Detroit: Become Human
Dragon Quest 11: Echoes of an Elusive Age
Firewall Zero Hour
God of War
Marvel’s Spider-Man
Moss
Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom
Shadow of the Colossus
The Persistence
Yakuza 6: The Song of Life

PC Game of the Year

BattleTech
Frostpunk
Into The Breach
Kingdom Come: Deliverance
Opus Magnum
Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire
Subnautica
Surviving Mars
Two Point Hospital
Warhammer: Vermintide

Xbox Game of the Year

Forza Horizon 4
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice
Nier: Automata
No Man’s Sky NEXT
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
Sea of Thieves
State of Decay 2
Warhammer: Vermintide 2

Most Wanted Game

Anthem
Battlefield 5
Control
Cyberpunk 2077
Death Stranding
Doom Eternal
Dreams
Ghost of Tsushima
Kingdom Hearts 3
Metro Exodus
Ooblets
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Super
Smash Bros. Ultimate
The Last of Us Part 2

Cast your votes here

Banjo-Kazooie composer thinks if a sequel were ever to be made, a company outside of RARE would have to handle it

Banjo-Kazooie is a huge part of any N64 fan's experience with the system. Such a fantastic pair of games that really showed what the N64 could do. All these years later, fans are still waiting for a true third entry in the franchise. Would that ever be something RARE would tackle? Here's what Banjo-Kazooie creator Grant Kirkhope had to say.

“That’s my same point. You know, I don’t feel like… the only way I think Banjo-Kazooie would get remade is if another studio took it on. Rare haven’t got an appetite. They don’t want to do it, I don’t think. I don’t know, but I’ve got friends over there and we don’t talk about it. It’s just such a gut feeling in that Rare wouldn’t do another Banjo-Kazooie game. Convince somebody else to do it.

Like, Killer Instinct was done by that other studio, I forgot what they’re called. I kinda feel like if Banjo was to happen again they’d fire it off to somebody else. And whether they’d get the humour of it, and make a good game out of it, I don’t know. You know, I’d probably say no. But then, I just worked on a Mario Rabbids with a studio in Milan that got all the Mario-ness, they got it, picked all of it up, put in a game and its Nintendo quality. So, it’s completely possible.

I guess it would take a studio to approach Rare and say: “Give us a Banjo IP, we wanna make a game.” You gotta think there’s money in it – there’s gotta be money in it for somebody. If they can make money out of it, then I guess they can have a go out of it. But my guess is Rare haven’t got the appetite for a Banjo-K game. They might, but it doesn’t [look] like that to me.”