Sports Story dev details how the games dungeons and stealth gameplay work, hoping to do a physical release

Some sporting fun

Sports Story is the follow-up to the super successful Golf Story, and it's expanding the game in all sorts of ways. Now you'll be playing all sorts of sports, and even taking on some more traditional gameplay mechanics.

In an interview with NintendoEverything, developer Andrew Newey goes over two of the new features. First up is the addition of dungeons.

Various sporting abilities are used to progress through the dungeon. We wanted to create different scenarios to incorporate sports and this is one of the ways it manifested.

Following that, Newey talked a tiny bit about the 'stealthy infiltrations' you'll have to take on during the game.

These are one of many situations the player finds himself in. They also involve sports, as most things in the game do. We wanted more ways to feature the story side of Sports Story.

Golf Story ended up getting a physical release, so could we see the same for Sports Story? Nothing is set in stone yet, but it seems the interest is there.

We would love to do it. I myself am a collector of our games so I’d love to have it in the collection.

Bokuhime Project gets a Famitsu print ad

Dressed to impress

Bokuhime Project doesn't release in Japan until April 23rd, 2020, but the advertising for the game has already kicked off. This week's issue of Famitsu includes a print ad for the cross dressing-themed adventure, which is going to be priced at 6,980 yen.

HYPERCHARGE: Unboxed devs give a detailed look at upcoming free content

Free, free, FREE!

We've already gone over the roadmap for HYPERCHARGE: Unboxed's free content, but now we actually get to see what some of it looks like! New characters, modes, and more are on the way, and the tweet above showcases the designs of what's to come. Great to see a developer going all-out with free goodies!

Gecco Corp. reveals Dead by Daylight 1/6 scale Trapper statue

It's a trap!

The characters from the asymmetrical multiplayer (One Killer vs Four Survivors) horror game "Dead by Daylight" are recreated as 1/6 scale premium statues.

The savage killer "The Trapper," a key visual of this game, is the second release in the line.

The hand carved innumerable scars all over the muscular and massive body are a impressive and grisly sight. Underneath the skin’s surface layers of muscle and fat are clearly visible and expertly sculpted. The face inside the mask while unable to be seen in the game is elaborately recreated here in this statue.

We dare you to peek behind the tiny gaps. The eyes feature light-up LED glowing white in the darkness. And while just like in the game the areas he stares at are lighted in red, the LED on this statue can be switched to red to create the same atmosphere.

The "Bear Trap" weapon which the killer's name comes from, has open-close feature just like a real trap. The bloody weapon, "The Cleaver," used for chopping up survivors is also finely sculpted.

The platform is made in the image of his hunting ground the "MacMillan Estate." The rubbish scattered around his feet and the stain of coal and tar on the ground recreate the devastated landscape.

●Price: US$359.99 ●Prepainted statue ●Material: Polystone/Polyurethane/ABS ●Size: Approximately 345mm (1/6 scale)
●Release: July ~ August 2020 ●Sculpt: Shinya Akao (HEADLONG) ●Paint: Katsushige Akeyama (-accent-)

If you want to check out more pics of this Trapper statue, or drop down some cash for a preorder, you can do so right here.

Skellboy - more gameplay

Travel across Cubold and take full advantage of your resurrected, skeletal body by swapping out body parts and acquiring new abilities during your adventures!

EB Games claims Street Fighter V Champion Edition is heading to Switch

Could it be?

Well here's a weird one! Usually we see retailer listings for games that haven't been announced yet, but EB Games has gone a step further. They sent out a tweet announcing that Street Fighter V Champion Edition is coming to Switch. Capcom hasn't made a peep about this, so we're not quite sure what's going on! EB Games hasn't removed the tweet either, so perhaps this could be true?! We'll keep tabs and see what happens.

GoNintendo Podcast Webisode 754 live-stream recording

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Check out another round of Japanese preorder bonuses for Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX

So many items to choose from!

We've already shared a few preorder bonuses for Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team in Japan, but now a new wave has been revealed. Check out the gallery above to see all the goodies, and read up on the list below as well.

- Original masking tape
- Original handkerchief
- Original postcard set
- Original notebook
- Original acrylic keychain
- Original pass case holder
- Various wallpapers
- Pikachu card from Geo

Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge will be rated R

Not a kid-friendly cartoon

There's certainly plenty to complain about with the original Mortal Kombat movies, but among the top of the heap is the fact that neither film was rated R. How do you do Mortal Kombat justice without all the over-the-top blood and guts? Thankfully the next live-action Mortal Kombat film is fixing that issue, and now we know the animated feature is doing the same.

Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge may be an animated film, but it's not pulling any punches with content. Mortal Kombat co-creator Ed Boon confirmed that the film will have an R rating, and there's no doubt it comes from a bit of the old ultraviolence. Hopefully we get a trailer soon!

Dreamwalker: Never Fall Asleep - more gameplay

In a small tourist town a young girl, the daughter of the town’s mayor, falls in coma due to an accident. The impotence of the local physicians forces Mrs. Mayor to seek the aid of a psychiatrist, who is rumoured to possess a unique ability to traverse people’s dreams – a Dreamwalker.


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