A month ago, we brought you the news that Vroom in the Night Sky, one of the few Nintendo Switch games currently available, would be losing its highly questionable but ultimately adorable bad English translation and getting a rewrite. That rewrite is now here, and it’s… worse, somehow. Advertisement Pro localizer Clyde Mandelin has been tracking the saga of Vroom at his website Legends of Localization, and has meticulously cataloged the differences between the original version of the game that launched in some regions on March 3, and the current version. The rewrite has fixed a few lines (most notably, “Buyed!” has been changed to the much more correct “Sold Out!” in the game’s shop), but it’s hurt others, and it’s also introduced misspellings and formatting errors. Advertisement Here’s a scene from the original version: A little unnatural, yes, but you sorta see what they’re getting at. It’s clearly a “well, whaddya expect” sort of wisecrack. Maybe you could rewrite this as: A Girl: Jeez, there’s nothin’ but sand here! Her Blob: Well, I mean… it is the desert. You know, READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Recently, Tekken 7’s legendary game director Katsuhiro Harada (with translator and producer Michael Murray) sat down with GameSpot to discuss a variety of Tekken 7-related things, including: rage-quitting, a possible Nintendo Switch version, guest characters, and more. …Read More The post Tekken 7 Gets Details on Rage-Quitting, Guest Characters, Possibility of Nintendo Switch Port, and More by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
While Tom Happ’s Axiom Verge Nintendo Switch reveal was nothing more than fake news, it looks like Nintendo’s handheld home console will be getting a new game: League of Evil. Developer Ratalaika Games tweeted out the image …Read More The post Mobile Game League of Evil Coming to Nintendo Switch by Lou Contaldi appeared first on DualShockers.
Conquering a game’s challenges over and over again can make you feel invincible. With a new world record in sight, one Breath of the Wild speedrunner decided to get flashy with the final boss. Too bad Ganon was having none of it. Advertisement Ikkitrix is the current world record holder for Breath of the Wild’s Any% category, which rushes through the game as fast as possible. His fastest run completes the game in 40 minutes and 18 seconds. On track to improve that time in a recent attempt, he sets up for a dramatic finish. SPOILERS AHEAD Facing off against Dark Beast Ganon, Ikkitrix decides to run an updraft with his paraglider to fire one last light arrow into the monster’s face when this happens: Dark Beast Ganon is something of a victory lap after defeating the four Ganon Blights and the dangerous Calamity Ganon. You mostly just ride a horse around and shoot a few light arrows. You don’t even need to use the paraglider to shoot the final target; you can just leap from your horse. Even if you do miss, you can just wait for Ganon to shoot a READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
It’s April 26th, 2017, aka another Wednesday. And like every Wednesday, Media Create has released its weekly sales charts of the Japanese market. However, unlike the past five weeks, the software charts are no longer crowned by …Read More The post Media Create: Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia and Nintendo Switch Top Japanese Sales This Week by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Nintendo released some new background information for the world of Splatoon 2 today that hints at what possibly happened to Callie in between the events of the original Splatoon and the upcoming Nintendo Switch exclusive. …Read More The post Nintendo Hints at What Happened to Callie Prior to Splatoon 2 by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.
SEGA’s puzzle crossover title Puyo Puyo Tetris released today, so the developer and publisher released some new tutorial videos to celebrate. …Read More The post Puyo Puyo Tetris Launches with New Tutorial Videos by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.
How’s progress coming along on the recently revealed Nintendo Switch version of Minecraft? In a fairly recent livestream, the developers showed off what Minecraft: Switch Edition will be looking like. …Read More The post Check Out Minecraft Running on Nintendo Switch by Lou Contaldi appeared first on DualShockers.
Today, developer Sonic Team and publisher Sega released a new, two-minute-long gameplay video showcasing Sonic Forces’ Classic Sonic gameplay, which was originally teased during a Nintendo Direct presentation earlier this month. …Read More The post Sonic Forces’ Classic Sonic Gameplay Shown off in New Video and Screenshots by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
During the final “Splatfest,” an event where Splatoon players are divided into global teams, most of us believed we were just voting for the best waifu. Turns out, we were helping decide the future of Splatoon’s lore without knowing it. Advertisement Yesterday night, the official Splatoon site uploaded a “Prologue” page for something called “Squid Sister stories,” presumably a mode available in Splatoon 2: If you recall, the last Splatfest asked players to vote between the in-game pop idols, Marie and Callie. Players pretended it was a grueling war that was right up there with Captain America vs Iron Man: In the end, Marie won. Afterward, Splatoon stopped receiving updates, so most fans believed that was that, just a fun vote for the best girl…until the Splatoon 2 trailer rolled around. For a split second, the reveal trailer showed Marie facing away at the camera, Callie nowhere in sight. Nobody knew what it meant, but some joked that the Splatfest had torn the sisters apart. Advertisement Welp. We just got confirmation that the Splatfest will influence Splatoon 2 somehow, though we don’t know the exact details yet. Still, though: having a multiplayer event affect the overall game feels surprisingly modern…
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, the biggest Nintendo Switch Game That Isn’t Zelda so far, comes out this week. I’ve been playing it religiously these past few days against our comrades-in-arms at IGN as well as other industry folks (I see you Greg Miller!), and I love it. Along with being arguably the best looking game Nintendo has ever made, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is loaded with characters and karts and race tracks from across the entire Nintendo (and Mercedes) spectrum. The new battle mode options have a really great and topical anti-police vibe. Being on Switch, the game also brings a console-level experience to a portable. The Deluxe subtitle reminded of the similarly acclaimed console-to-handheld enhancement Super Mario Bros. DX. In my opinion, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is the best Mario Kart, especially if you’ve never played it before. Donkey King in a Mercedes, dabbing his way to the top of the Metacritic Conspiracy pic.twitter.com/SbAjubbdFh — Jordan Minor (@JordanWMinor) April 20, 2017 However, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is also a new, significantly improved version of an old game, the original Mario Kart 8 a.k.a. the game still managed to sell pretty well on the Wii U. Obviously quality READ FULL…
ConcernedApe announced today in a devblog that the 1.2 update for Stardew Valley released on PC. …Read More The post Stardew Valley 1.2 Update Brings Seven New Languages and Bug Fixes by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.
Yet another Kickstarted indie, Ira by developer Ore Creative, will be heading to Nintendo Switch this year. According to a developer blog from Ore Creative, the funky Action Adventure title would be making its way to Nintendo’s …Read More The post Ira Revealed for Nintendo Switch, Releasing 2017 Alongside PC Version by Lou Contaldi appeared first on DualShockers.
Developer SnowCastle Games’ Kickstarted RPG, Earthlock: Festival of Magic, has been out for quite some time. The game initially launched in early September last year on Xbox One, later to be followed by a PC release. The …Read More The post Earthlock: Festival of Magic Coming to Wii U ASAP; Devs. Hint Further at Switch Version by Lou Contaldi appeared first on DualShockers.