Nintendo isn’t going to let up! On top of nearly every title coming to the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo will be bringing its top 2 competitive titles to E3: Super Smash Bros and Splatoon 2.
The event will have players from around the globe and give players a chance to try out Super Smash Bros on the Switch. However, this is an invitational event. Only qualifying teams will have a chance to compete in Splatoon 2. In order to quality, you can compete in the online qualifier on April 21 at 11am P.T. and finals will be held on April 28th.
Will you be at E3 2018? Do you plan on competing for a chance to compete in the Splatoon 2 tournament? Let us know in the comments!
One of the newest Pokemon, Mimikyu, will be getting a new move in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. Check out the video below to see what “Let’s Snuggle Forever” will look like in the next version of Sun and Moon!
Do you think this Z Move will help Mimikyu gain everyone’s affection?
Are you a Mimikyu fan? Let us know in the comments!
Nintendo has announced that this Black Friday, consumers will be able to purchase Link green Nintendo 2DS system with bright orange buttons that comes pre-installed with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D game at for $79.99.
Consumers will also be able to purchase The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Explorer’s Edition, a bundle that includes the Nintendo Switch game, a 100-page explorer’s guide and a two-sided map for $59.99.
Nintendo has announced that Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will be heading to IOS and Android in late November.
Pre-registration is available now at the official website.
You can catch the details below.
Get back to nature in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, the new Animal Crossing mobile game where you take on the role of campsite manager!
You’re in charge, so you can decorate your own campsite however you like! Make it fun, make it cute, make it sporty—it’s up to you to craft the kind of furniture and amenities that will make your camp a must-see for animals visiting the area.
Building Your Dream Campsite
- Help Animals As You Explore!
- While visiting different recreational spots, you’ll meet new animals who could use a little help. They’ll be looking for fish, fruit, bugs, and other things to get their camping adventures started—and when you help them out, you’ll earn Bells and craft materials in return!
- Craft Furniture and Amenities
- The craft materials you earn by fulfilling animals’ requests can be used to craft all sorts of furniture and amenities for your campsite.
- Just open up the Craft menu and place an order with Cyrus, the hardworking handyman from Re-Tail on the Road. Then sit back and wait! Or, if you’re in a hurry, you can move your order to the very front of the line by using Leaf Tickets. You can purchase Leaf Tickets with real money, or earn them through regular gameplay.
- Your Campsite. Your Way.
- The joy of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is creating a space that suits you and your style.
- Your campsite can be anything you like—from a traditional space that celebrates nature to a flashy fun house with concerts and rides. It’s all up to you!
- You can also customize your camper, visit your friends’ campsites to get ideas for your own, and meet new animal friends as you explore recreational areas!
- Host Animals at Your Campsite
- As you grow your friendships with different animals, they’ll want to visit your campsite. Craft and decorate with their favorite items, and you’ll be able to host them whenever you like—even if you change up your decorations completely!
Here is some more detailed information, via a Nintendo press release:
- Manage Your Manager: When you start a new game in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, you will be asked to create your personalized campsite manager avatar – your character in the game. You can choose to be a girl or a boy, and customize things like skin color, hair color and eye color. Whatever suits you!
- Arts & Crafts: By gathering resources like fruit and wood, you can craft items for your campsite. These include furniture and decorative items, like couches and benches, as well as baskets and plants. To craft items, just speak to classic Animal Crossing villager Cyrus to put in an order. After the item is finished, you can place it around your campsite or decorate the interior of your camper.
- Leaf Tickets: Leaf Tickets can be earned through regular gameplay or purchased using real-world money, and can be used in a variety of ways in the game. For example, they can be used to shorten the time needed to craft items, more easily acquire materials or acquire unique camper exterior designs.
- Friendship Level: In Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, you can chat with your animal friends or fulfill their requests to raise your friendship level. If you level up your friendship or decorate your campsite with an animal’s favorite items, she or he might pay you a visit.
- BHFF (Best Human Friends Forever): Not all of your friends in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will have fur or feathers. You can send your in-game Player ID to real-life friends who also own the game to have them visit your campsite. Random player avatars will also visit the campsite from time to time. Once someone visits, you can exchange your Bells for items saved in the Market Box.
- Tick Tock: Similar to past Animal Crossing games, time passes in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp just like in real life! As morning, day, evening and night pass, the scenery in the game will change and different animal friends might show up.
- Area Map: Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is full of places to visit and explore. In addition to your campsite, you can travel in your camper to a beach, a forest, a river and an island.
- Market Place: The go-to spot for shopaholics, Market Place is full of stores run by familiar Animal Crossing characters like Timmy, Tommy and the Able Sisters. The various shops in Market Place offer things like furniture and clothing items. The selection at each shop rotates, so don’t be a stranger!
- OK Motors: Remember that camper that was mentioned a few bullets back? It’s not used to just travel between locations in the game. By visiting the OK Motors store, you can acquire things to customize your camper, including furniture to fill the interior and paint to decorate the exterior. It’s like those tiny homes that are all the rage … but with wheels!
- Expanding Camp Life: In addition to all the fun things you can do in the game, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp will eventually offer seasonal events to keep the experience fresh and surprising, as well as limited-time furniture and outfit options through game updates. These events and updates will begin rolling out after launch.
Capcom has announced that Resident Evil: Revelations and Resident Evil: Revelations 2 will each feature an exclusive, retro-inspired mini game
Resident Evil: Revelations will feature the mini game “Ghost Ship Panic,” in which players blast the enemies that appear on-screen. Resident Evil: Revelations 2 will feature the mini game “Ghouls ‘n Homunculi,” an 8-bit throwback to Ghouls ‘n Ghosts in which players explore a deadly island as Barry Burton. Both mini games will enable players to earn BP to be used in Raid Mode.
Resident Evil: Revelations and Resident Evil: Revelations 2 will launch November 28 in North America.
You can check out the trailers for each mini game below