PR - Diablo III: Eternal Collection Switch Bundle Coming November 2

REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The devil is literally in the details of a new Nintendo Switch bundle featuring Blizzard’s legendary game Diablo III: Eternal Collection, launching exclusively at GameStop on Nov. 2. Fans who pick up the devilish bundle will receive a Nintendo Switch system and dock featuring Diablo III artwork, a download code for the Diablo III: Eternal Collection game and a themed carrying case, all at a suggested retail price of $359.99.

Diablo III: Eternal Collection contains the full classic game, as well as all of its expansion content: Rise of the Necromancer and Reaper of Souls. In addition, fans who play the Nintendo Switch version will receive in-game items that are only available on Nintendo’s hit console. These in-game bonuses include a variety of items from The Legend of Zelda series, including Ganondorf Transmog Armor, a companion Cucco pet and a Golden Triforce Portrait Frame.

In Diablo III: Eternal Collection, players choose between one of seven classes, including Barbarian, Crusader, Demon Hunter, Monk, Necromancer, Witch Doctor and Wizard, to set off on a dark and memorable adventure to destroy demons and discover loot. The critically acclaimed game is hailed for its style and gameplay, which is perfect for playing on the TV or on the go using Nintendo Switch.

Inazuma Eleven Ares - more details, screenshots

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- update covers the Match Flow: what happens when you play a match.
- in order to win, there are three things you need to master:
Basic operations: while this may seem overly obvious, you’re not going anywhere if you don’t know how to play!
Hissatsu Techniques: those powerful techniques are a central element of the gameplay, after all
Override: an even more powerful type of technique that combines several Hissatsu Techniques

1) Check out the details about the opposing team before kick-off
- make sure to check out information about who you’re playing against
- before kick-off, you can check out various details about the opposing team: emblems, captain, formations, etc

2) Kick-off!
- make your way to the goal while dribbling and dodging opponents along the way
- if you come into contact with one, a Command Battle is triggered: you then have to chose between moving left, right, or using a Hissatsu Technique

3) Pass the ball!
- to avoid your opponents taking control of the ball, you can pass it to your teammates on the field
- when doing so, the possible trajectories of the ball are displayed on the screen, showing you which teammates you can send the ball to
- you then need to select one of those and if the pass is successful, you will take control of the players who received the ball
- You can choose between several types of passes:
Lob Pass: the ball takes a mountain-like trajectory. Speed is slow, but it allows you to send the ball behind an opponent, and it’s hard for them to intercept it
Pass: a regular pass. The ball stays on the ground, and moves much faster. This allows you to quickly pass the ball to a teammate
Through Pass
- when trying to take a ball back, move neaby players to put pressure on the opponent with the ball
- can also have players dash to do so more quickly, but this consumes some stamina
- can then use a Hissatsu Technique to steal the ball and take control of it

4) In front of the goal, it’s time for a shoot!
- choose between the following:
Control Shoot: not all that powerful, but hard to miss your shoot
Power Shoot: easy to miss your shoot, but quite powerful
- also have to choose the trajectory of your shoot
- can also use a Hissatsu Technique to try and overpower the goalkeeper
- when defending, you get to control the goalkeeper when an opponent is about to shoot
- can choose between the following:
Catch: base power is low, but if you’re successful, you get to take control of the ball
Punching: you send the ball flying. It’s quite powerful, but you don’t get to take control of the ball
- predict where the opponent is going to send the ball, and then choose the appropriate command

More screenshots here!

Yo-kai Watch 4 - plenty of details, more screenshots

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- new Yo-kai Watch game sees 3 different worlds connected to each other
- Keita (Nate)’s world from the original Yo-kai Watch game, Natsume’s world from Yo-kai Watch: Shadow Side, and Shin from the latest Yo-kai Watch movie
- also a fourth world, still being kept secret though
- characters from those 3 worlds get to meet from across space and time
- by going through a mysterious door, Keita ends up meeting Natsume, even though there are 30 years separating those two
- key to that mystery: the Yo-kai Arks
- these replace the Yo-kai medals from the previous games, but there’s a major difference: their only purpose isn’t just to summon Yo-kai
- also open some really mysterious doors, like that one Keita used to travel to Natsume’s world
- in battle, human characters get to battle alongside Yo-kai, on the battlefield
- when enemies attack, you can see where their attacks will land thanks to markers on the ground: avoid those, and the attacks will not hit you
- Touma can transform using the Yo-kai Watch Ogre
- to be more precise, he can have Fudomyoo possess him, granting him incredible power and allowing him to land devasting blows to enemies
- when exploring the world, you can change which character you’re controlling on fly
- also changes the kind of Yo-kai Watch you can use
- Yo-kai from the Yo-kai Watch: Shadowside anime appear in this game, in their Lightside and Shadowside forms:
Jinta (Lightside) > Jingeki (Shadowside)
Jibanyan (Lightside and Shadowside)
Charlie (a pun on “Chari” which means bicycle in Japanese) Lightside) > Ghost Cycle (Shadowside)
Kyubi (Lightside and Shadowside)
Orochi (Lightside and Shadowside)

More screenshots here!

Pianista: The Legendary Virtuoso is coming to Switch eShop soon

High end Piano Music Game. Play premium sound on Nintendo Switch

Designed for Nintendo Switch only!

Beautifully tuned music and marvelous technique awaits.

Lay your fingers on the controller to explore the sound of piano.

MATINÉE - Choose 4 keys or 6 keys to perform, and select 3 songs to play. Challenge highest score to compete with others in Rank, also hidden stages are available when you achieve special missions.

CONCOURS - Packaged challenge sorted by different themes. This mode features various difficulty and missions. Show your best performance in CONCOURS

ENSEMBLE - Using Joy con to perform a duet. Customize your own play style using different piano skins, speed options, and more options with friends for best result.

LIBRARY - Check your play status, and also world’s famous composers and their songs.

PIANO - There are many piano skins to collect, which inspired by world’s famous paintings. Achieve special missions to complete your collection!

Arena of Valor - hero Astrid being added to game tomorrow

Tomorrow, on October 16, a brand new hero will be added to Arena of Valor on Nintendo Switch. Astrid, as the hero is called, will join the fray and will bring a bunch of quests with her!

Super Zangyura coming to the Nintendo Switch eShop

PlatineDispositif has announced they are developing the platformer  Super Zangyura (Maid-san wo Migi ni) for Nintendo Switch. The title will be published by Mediascape (Play,Doujin!). No further details were given, though the game will be playable at the Digital Games Expo 2018.

Dragalia Lost - content update for October 15-17, 2018

October 15
- 17th chapter of Dragalia Life, the official Dragalia Lost 4-koma manga, is now live: Emile’s One Man Show. You can check it out directly from within the app, or on the official website (no end date)
-  Loyalty’s Requiem: an epilogue has been added, and can be accessed from the banner on the home menu. It’s only accessible if you cleared Chapter 5 of the event (available until October 22)

October 17
- new event goes live on October 17: Trick or Treasure (a Facility Event) (available until October 16)