Polygon has made articles on it in the past, and sadly, the statue has gotten dirty after years of nature's wear and tear on it. But now, the statue seems to have been cleaned up! After being in the woods for over a decade, it is nice to see that this blue blur monument looks as good as new!
Pikmin 3 DX display packaging up in Japan.— PushDustIn (@PushDustIn) August 11, 2020
The back says it will have 35 missions, the addition of a side story, add hints, badges (the "achievement" like system), difficulty options and the Piklopedia. pic.twitter.com/0gYbz2a9wQ
It also says Nintendo Switch Online is needed for certain modes. 🤔 https://t.co/41lLUj8ZJx— PushDustIn (@PushDustIn) August 11, 2020
According to PushDustin's latest set of Tweets, a new display in Japan showcases what the back of the Pikmin 3 Deluxe Switch boxart may look like. It mentions some of the new features coming to the game, such as difficulty options and the Piklopedia, and it also mentions that Nintendo Switch Online may be necessary for some features (presumably just leaderboards). Either way, it looks like the game may have some more announcements headed our way. Here's hoping that Nintendo elaborates on the details soon!
Battle Brothers is coming to the Switch later this year, and we already have a new bit of DLC to look forward to. The Blazing Deserts expansion has been revealed, and you can get full details below.
Visit independent city-states, fight in the arena, face desert raiders and southern beasts in battle. Wear new gear inspired by Arabian and Persian cultures of the medieval ages, employ alchemical contraptions and primitive firearms, and forge your own path when the fires of religious turmoil threaten to engulf the world in a new late-game crisis. But the new content of Blazing Deserts does not limit to the south, as new features such as the new environments for fights will also be found in the north (see screenshot below). If you want to learn more about the DLC, you can check the dev diaries discussing its new content on the Steam page of the game.
Visit new lands to the south with independent city-states that have their own lore, equipment and services, as well as entirely new character backgrounds to recruit
Hire a retinue of non-combat followers to customize your campaign experience to fit your playstyle
Fight in the arena in front of cheering spectators to earn coin, experience and unique rewards as an alternative to mercenary work
Survive a new late-game crisis that tests the mettle of your company in the fires of religious turmoil
Face entirely new opponents of city-state soldiers and desert raiders, complete with their own gear and unique mechanics. Hunt down and get hunted by desert beasts
New Origins: play using one of three new southern-themed origins, each with special rules that shape your campaign into a different experience from beginning to end
Dress in style with a collection of new banners, shields, helmets and armors inspired by Arabic and Persian culture. Use new weapons, alchemical contraptions and primitive firearms
Visit a new legendary location and fight a new boss in a quest that leads to a legendary reward
Fight in new location environments amidst southern ruins and nomad tents on the tactical combat map, in addition to graveyards and encampments by brigands, orcs and goblins that come with a free update to the base game.
Earn your stay in the south by taking on new contracts and events. Immerse yourself in leading a mercenary company with even more illustrated events.
Several new music tracks set the mood on your adventures.
Challenge yourself with new achievements
With its unique living board, Faeria will challenge you with truly strategic card battles. Craft your deck, shape the battlefield, and fight for victory!
GoldenEye 25 is a fan-made project that aimed to remake GoldenEye 007 with modern visuals. The project had been going on for awhile now, but it seems that it finally caught the attention of James Bond license-holder, MGM/Danjaq. The company sent the team behind GoldenEye a cease-and-desist, so they decided to officially squash the project.
While GoldenEye 25 might be dead, the team is transitioning their work into something similar. The team will push forward with Project Ianus, which will be similar in vein to GoldenEye, but will not use anything related to the James Bond I.P..
While Animal Crossing: New Horizons has been bumped from the top spot for this week, it still managed to secure second place in the charts. Check out the top 5 in France for July 27th to Aug. 2nd, 2020 below.
1. Ghost of Tsushima (PS4)
2. Animal Crossing: New Horizons (NSW)
3. Paper Mario: The Origami King (NSW)
4. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (NSW)
5. The Last of Us Part II (PS4)
[Events] The Epilogue for the latest Raid Event, Doomsday Getaway, is now live (available until August 18th)
[Events] The latest Onslaught Event, Twinking Twilight, is now live (available until 18th, with rewards available until August 25th)
[Endeavours] A new set of Endeavours is now available: Twinking Twilight (Daily and Limited) (available until August 18th)
[Update] A Data Update is now available, making some changes to Halloween Elisanne.
[Castle] A new Castle Story is now available: Chalice Raiders (no end date)
[Treasure Trade] New wyrmprints are now available via Treasure Trade: Memories of Summer’s Dusk, A Passion for Produce (featured until August 18th)
[Events] The Rock-Type Egg Event is now live. As part of this event, the Sync Grid for 3 ★ Brock & Onix has been expanded (available until August 25th)
[Missions] While the Rock-Type Egg Event is running, there’s a set of Special Missions for you to tackle (available until August 25th)
[Scout] The latest Spotlight Scouts are now live. They feature 5 ★ Kukui & Lycanroc and 5 ★ Olivia & Lycanroc (available until August 25th)
[Log-in Bonus] As compensation for the incorrect number of battle rewards in EX Challenge: Rosa (Very Hard), all players can now claim the following as special Log-in Bonus: Gem x50 (available until September 11th)