According to the latest issue of CoroCoro, fans who pre-book tickets to the upcoming Mewtwo Strikes Back EVOLUTION movie in Japan before April 12th will receive a serial code that will grant them a Mewtwo in Pokemon Let's Go. The Mewtwo will have 10,000 CP. At the moment, this offer is only available in Japan.
Serebii Update: CoroCoro reveals that Mewtwo is to be distributed to Pokémon Let's Go, Pikachu & Eevee for players who prebook tickets for the movie Mewtwo Strikes Back EVOLUTION. Details @ https://t.co/gDbXkHSvkT pic.twitter.com/QuJZIBrdwx— Serebii.net (@SerebiiNet) March 12, 2019
A lot of people have wondered why Super Mario Party didn't get any DLC. Be it new game boards, modes, or mini-games, the entry seems ripe for DLC efforts. That's why it's surprising to see that Nintendo hasn't even made mention of DLC plans for the game. While we wait for anything from Nintendo on that front, some fans in Japan are thinking content is in the works.
Multiple Japanese Switch fans have noticed a big increase in Super Mario Party marketing lately. Not only does that include online adverts across social media and more, it also includes new efforts in-store. Some retailers are even putting together new sections/displays for Super Mario Party.
We know Nintendo likes their longtail sellers, but these marketing efforts seem like they have more of a purpose behind them. I guess we'll just have to cross our fingers and hang tight!
RICO is an arcade-style tactical shooter, where players must react in the moment to shootouts as they unfold, breaching doors, moving from room to room, and unlocking new weapons, traits, and equipment as they seek to bring down the crimebosses in the game’s main case mode.
February saw many great games released for Nintendo eShop. Check out the video above to see the highlights.
Black Future '88 is coming soon to the Nintendo Switch as a console exclusive! Players can grab a friend and fight to conquer a constantly evolving tower in the game's local Co-Op mode which supports individual JoyCon play for two players in both handheld and docked modes.
OAKLAND, Calif., and AMSTERDAM – Feb. 19, 2019 – Good Shepherd Entertainment and independent developer SuperScarySnakes have announced that Black Future ‘88, the 2D synth-punk roguelike action shooter, will launch on Nintendo Switch™ in 2019. Set in a grim alternate history where it’s always 1988, Black Future ‘88 puts players on a non-stop dungeon-crawling ascent against homicidal robots, cutthroats, bosses and more to exact revenge on the man who destroyed the world.
Black Future ‘88 is constantly evolving to try to kill you. As one of the last remaining survivors of nuclear cataclysm, you’ll climb a procedurally generated tower through a merciless onslaught of fire, lasers and steel. The only way to kill your mark before your heart explodes is strategically choosing and combining dozens of unique buffs and curses. Choose from several characters with a huge arsenal of weapons and powers as you shoot, slash and dash through anything standing between you and the top of the world.
Survive this nightmarish neon-lit retro dystopia alone or with a friend in two-player local co-op, then measure your mettle against other players by taking on special daily challenges to scale the global leaderboard.
Black Future ‘88 will also arrive on Windows PC later this year. For more information, visit www.BlackFuture88.com, and follow Good Shepherd Entertainment and SuperScarySnakes on Twitter @GoodShepherdEnt and @SuperScarySnake.