Splatoon 2 – Salmon Run Reveal Analysis (Secrets & Hidden Details)

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Splatoon 2 – Salmon Run Reveal Analysis (Secrets & Hidden Details)

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Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon Trainer Kit—Lycanroc & Alolan Raichu available now

Master the art of Pokémon battling with your favorite Pokémon—one card at a time! The Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon Trainer Kit—Lycanroc & Alolan Raichu gets you playing from the very first card you draw. And with fun and powerful Pokémon at your side, you’ll be a Pokémon Trainer before you know it!

This kit contains everything you need to learn, train, and win! Play both decks against each other, then combine them to create one bigger deck where Lycanroc and Alolan Raichu battle side by side! Or test your deck at a Pokémon League near you and in the Pokémon TCG Online!

This step-by-step Trainer Kit includes:

Two 30-card decks, each with a specially selected foil card

Two guided game booklets to teach you how to play—card by card, step by step!

2-player playmat with great game tips and rules on the reverse side

Damage counters and Special Condition markers

A game coin with a cool Pokémon design

An illustrated deck box to keep your new cards in

A code card for the Pokémon TCG Online!

Look for the Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon Trainer Kit—Lycanroc & Alolan Raichu in the Pokémon Center and where Pokémon TCG products are sold.

Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon Trainer Kit—Lycanroc & Alolan Raichu available now

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Japan – Switch Vs. PS4 sales: launch numbers compared



The Switch has a very long way to go when it comes to sales, but as you can see in this comparison, the system is doing quite well compared to what the PS4 did. Now the important thing is to make sure these sales keep up, or at least maintain most of the momentum.

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Mr. Shifty – footage of the upcoming performance patch shows much improved framerate

According to the devs, the patch is being finalized right now and will be submitted soon. Hopefully it’ll be available to download shortly.

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Nintendo UK Interview: Cooking up chaos in Overcooked: Special Edition on Switch (port talk, HD Rumble info)

A portion of a Nintendo UK interview with Phil Duncan and Oli De-Vine of Ghost Town Games…

NUK: When did you realise you wanted to bring Overcooked to Nintendo Switch?

PD: We’d been speaking to Nintendo about maybe releasing it on Wii U. Obviously, at that time it was kind of the end of the Wii U lifecycle and everyone at Nintendo was gearing up for the Nintendo Switch and nobody really knew what it was going to be. Then, when it was announced what the Nintendo Switch was, that was when we immediately saw the potential. Everyone was instantly on Twitter or emailing us and just asking, ‘Hey guys, when is Overcooked gonna come out?’. You know, it’s a console that comes with two controllers, so it’s perfect for Overcooked.

NUK: Overcooked: Special Edition will also make use of Nintendo Switch’s HD Rumble. What do you have planned for that?

PD: We’re excited to experiment with it! From my point of view what HD Rumble allows you to do is a completely different kind of force feedback. It allows you more ways to communicate to the player. You can tell them when something is on fire or when something is about to burn out. You don’t even have to look at the screen or listen to the audio, you‘ve got something that instantly tells you something about the game. That great, particularly for a game like Overcooked, when the actions are so quick and so fast and you need to communicate the gameplay instantly.

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