NIS America – press event live-stream (live at 10 PM ET)

We’ve placed the live stream after the jump due to autoplay. There should be Disgaea 5 Complete info, as well as the reveal of another 3DS title.

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NIS America – press event live-stream (live at 10 PM ET)

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Nintendo Creators Program – 1-2 Switch, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild white-listed

Well here’s a bit of good news for people in the Nintendo Creators Program. Both 1-2 Switch and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild are white-listed, meaning they can be used to create videos. A lot of people making Nintendo-related video content will be happy to see their content won’t get flagged.

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, 1-2 Switch get ESRB ratings

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (E10+)

“This is an adventure game in which players assume the role of Link on a quest to stop a growing evil in the land of Hyrule. As players explore the open-world environment, they can forage for materials, explore shrines, and engage in melee-style combat against fantastical creatures (e.g., goblins, skeletons, centaurs). Players use swords, axes, clubs, and bows to defeat enemies that generally disappear amid puffs of smoke. One brief sequence depicts a battlefield strewn with the bodies of enemy creatures; in the background, a few bodies appear to be impaled by spears. The game contains some mildly suggestive material: fairies with moderate cleavage and/or exaggerated-size breasts; dialogue such as ‘I get to see a young hunk draw a bow again?’ and ‘If I have to have something pounce on me, why couldn’t it be a lady?’ During the course of the game, a shop owner tells Link that she only serves ‘…drinks that are definitely just for adults…’; players can also encounter a drunken character that occasionally hiccups.”

1-2-Switch (E10+)

“This is a collection of motion-controlled mini-games set in a party-like atmosphere. Players can engage in activities such as table tennis, capture the flag, quick-draw shootouts, samurai training, wizard duels, and sword fighting. A handful of these mini-games depict violent acts: a boxing mini-game contains a brief animation of opponents throwing punches at each other; wizard duels depict two figures with wands fighting for control over a beam of energy; the sword-fighting mini-game contains clashing sound effects, while the samurai training depicts characters being conked on the head.”

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Street Fighter II Ultra – Capcom’s official English details on Way of the Hado mode

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Hey World Warriors!

We are just about two weeks away from the release of Nintendo Switch and we’re excited to reveal the brand-new “Way of the Hado” mode coming to Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers.

By holding the left and right Joy-Con in each hand respectively and utilizing the motion controls, you’ll be able to perform Ryu’s iconic special moves. Full descriptions and demonstrations are available in Training Mode, so you can practice your attacking and defending there. Once you’re ready to jump in, you can challenge yourself to obtain a high score in Beginner or Hard difficulty. And if you want a real test of endurance, try out endless mode where Shadaloo soldiers will continue to appear until you have been KO’d.

Hadoukens are performed by turning the Joy-Con controllers sideways and pushing forward with both hands. This is a great way to stop enemy projectiles and deal damage from a distance.

Shoryukens deal great damage to a single target and is your go-to special move when an enemy is up close. To perform a Shoryuken, keep one arm still while you punch the other into the air in an upward arc.

Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku’s allow you to hit multiple opponents up close, making it effective when several enemies try to swarm you. You perform it by holding both Joy-Con controllers upright in front of you and rotating your hips side to side.

The best way to deal massive damage to enemies close up and far away is by doing Ryu’s Shinku Hadouken. You’ll need to build up your Super Meter while playing, and once it’s full, hold down the SL and SR buttons while doing the same motion for a normal Hadouken.

After each stage in “Way of the Hado” mode, you’ll earn valuable experience points that you can invest in various stats such as Attack, Health, Speed, and Defense. Improving your stats are key to defeating soldiers quickly and obtaining a higher score. Once you’re ready for the ultimate test, fight M. Bison himself!

We hope you’ve enjoyed this preview of “Way of the Hado” mode, which will be coming to Ultra Street Fighter II on the Nintendo Switch. At a later date, we’ll share with you even more modes and features coming to the game, along with pricing and release timing. For the latest updates on everything Street Fighter, make sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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Wii U eShop charts – Feb. 17th, 2017


1. Mario Party 2

2. Pokemon Snap

3. Mario Kart 64

4. Super Mario 64

5. Zelda: Majora’s Mask

6. Super Mario World

7. Zelda: Skyward Sword

8. Super Mario 3D World

9. Zelda: Ocarina of Time

10. Minecraft: Wii U Edition

11. Super Mario Bros. 3

12. Zelda: Wind Waker HD

13. Mario Party 10

14. Star Fox 64

15. Super Mario Bros.

16. Super Mario RPG

17. Yoshi’s Woolly World

18. Paper Mario

19. Zelda: A Link to the Past

20. Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon


1. Switch Super Bowl LI Commercial – Extended cut

2. Super Mario Odyssey Nintendo Switch Presentation Trailer

3. Switch Hardware Overview

4. Zelda: Breath of the Wild Nintendo Switch Presentation Trailer

5. Super Mario Mash-Up Pack for Minecraft: Wii U Edition

6. Splatoon 2 Nintendo Switch Presentation Trailer

7. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Nintendo Switch Presentation Trailer

8. Pokemon Snap Trailer

9. Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017

10. Pokken Tournament TV Spot

11. Switch Parental Controls

12. Super Mario 3D World Trailer

13. Yoshi’s Woolly World Adventure Guide Episode 1

14. Arms Nintendo Switch Presentation Trailer

15. Super Mario 3D World Trailer 2

16. Super Smash Bros. – Final Video Presentation

17. Super Play Time – Splatoon – Get Kraken with Pro Tips

18. Super Mario 3D World Accolades Trailer

19. Paper Mario: Color Splash – A Splash of Mystery

20. Zelda: Breath of the Wild E3 2016 Trailer

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