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  1. Nintendo announced during its Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017 livestream event on Thursday that it is developing Splatoon 2 for the Switch console. Hisashi Nogami, the game's producer, introduced the game's first footage. The game will use both the Joy-Con and Pro controllers, and can be played in both TV Mode and Handheld Mode. Players can play matches against opponents online, or via local multiplayer. Similarly to the original Splatoon game, Nintendo will continue to update Splatoon 2 with new stages and weapons after the game launches. Nintendo is also planning in-game events. Splatoon 2 launches this summer. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-01-13/nintendo-announces-splatoon-2-game-for-switch/.110977
  2. EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE NINTENDO SWITCH Share. The Switch will hit stores on March 3, 2017 at $299.99 USD. BY CHLOI RAD The Nintendo Switch conference gave us plenty of new information about Nintendo’s upcoming system, as well as first- and third-party games headed to the platform. Here’s everything that was announced at the Nintendo Switch event. Nintendo Switch Price, Release Date, Specs, and More A release date and price for the Nintendo Switch were finally announced. The Nintendo Switch will launch on March 3, 2017 simultaneously in Japan, the US, Canada, “major European countries,” Hong Kong, and “other territories” at a suggested retail price of $299.99 USD. (That’s 29,980 yen, if you care!) Besides the Nintendo Switch console itself, the system comes with the L and R Joy-Con controllers, Joy-Con wrist straps, the Joy-Con grip, the Nintendo Switch dock, an HDMI cable, and an AC adapter. There is one model with gray controllers, and another model with one neon red and one neon blue, which will be the same suggested retail price. The Pro controller is sold separately. Check out our Nintendo Switch pre-order guide for everything you need to know to secure your Nintendo Switch early. The Switch has 32GB of internal memory, which can be expanded using microSDXC cards. The screen is a 6.2-inch, "multi-touch capacitative touch screen" which can support a resolution of 1280 x 720. While the tablet is 720p, it can switch to 1080p when docked and outputting to a TV. Find more details about Nintendo Switch hardware specs on our Nintendo Switch wiki. Nintendo Switch Online Services Online services for the Nintendo Switch will let you invite friends to play games online, set “play appointments,” chat, and more. According to Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima, Nintendo has “revised its approach” to region locking. Kimishima stated: “[We] decided that in general, we will not apply region locking to Nintendo Switch software.” Users will be able to test out some Nintendo Switch online services for free during a post-launch trial period. It will become a paid service starting in Fall 2017. Nintendo Switch Playstyles Nintendo went into more detail about the Switch’s versatile “playstyles” shown off in its initial preview video from last October. Nintendo Switch Hardware Overview Presentation 02:47 TV mode lets you play on the TV in “typical” video game fashion, tabletop mode lets you stand the Nintendo Switch tablet on a surface using its kickstand, which is then played with the detached Joy-Con controllers. The portable handheld mode is played by attaching the left and right Joy-Con controllers to the system. You can also connect up to eight Nintendo Switch consoles together for local multiplayer. The Nintendo Switch's battery life varies by game, according to Nintendo, but will last between 2.5 hours to 6.5 hours. Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Controllers Nintendo Switch Joycon Controller Detailed 05:53 The Joy-Con controllers, which also come in red and blue color schemes, have a few basic setups. The “basic” controller mode is when both the left and right controllers are attached to the Joy-Con grip, which can be used to play games in TV mode. But the two controllers can also function as individual controllers — you can hand one to a friend to play certain multiplayer games. Joycon Controllers. The controllers include A, B, X, Y buttons, as well as L and R buttons and a Home button. (Attachable wrist straps add more prominent L and R buttons.) Each controller has an analog stick that also functions as a button. A new, square “capture” button can be used to capture screenshots of gameplay which you can share on social media. In the future, you’ll be able to use this to capture video footage too, according to Nintendo. Both Joy-Con controllers include accelerometers, gyrosensors, and an “HD rumble system” that adds new levels of sensitivity to motion-based gameplay. The R controller also has a motion-IR camera that can sense the shape, motion, and distance of objects in front of it. Head to our Nintendo Switch wiki page for more on the Joy-Con controllers. Nintendo also revealed prices for the individual Nintendo Switch controller sets, accessories, and other peripherals. That's $79.99 for the controller set, $49.99 for the individual L and R controllers, $69.99 for the Pro controller, $29.99 for the charging grip, and $89.99 for the Nintendo Switch dock set. New Nintendo Switch Game Announcements A handful of new games were announced for the Nintendo Switch. The first two were 1-2-Switch and Arms, both multiplayer games that take advantage of the unique functionality of the Joy-Con controllers. Arms Gameplay Demo 03:10 1-2-Switch, a motion-controlled competitive game that can be played without looking at a screen, launches on March 3 alongside the Switch. Arms, a motion-controlled combat game that lets you play split-screen against a friend, against an AI, local multiplayer with multiple Switch consoles, and eventually online, will be released this Spring. Splatoon 2 was announced, bringing new weapons, new special weapons, and new battle stages. It will be playable with the Joy-Con controllers, the “Pro” controller, in TV mode, or in handheld mode. Both modes have gyro control functionality. It launches this Summer. Super Mario Odyssey Reveal Trailer 02:42 Super Mario Odyssey was also announced, a brand new 3D platformer featuring Mario in environments like a sprawling, modern day city apparently (and incredibly) named NEW DONK CITY, a forest, a desert, and a colorful low-poly world. According to producer Yoshiaki Koizumi, Super Mario Odyssey is all about Mario “journey[ing] to an unknown world.” It is planned for release this holiday season, 2017. Other new games mentioned include Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Fire Emblem Warriors, a new Shin Megami Tensei, Project Octopath Traveler from Square Enix, possibly a new No More Heroes (Suda51 announced that Travis Touchdown will be “making his return on Nintendo Switch”), and a whole lot more. Stick with us as we continue to update the growing list of Nintendo Switch games, or head over to our Nintendo Switch wiki for our constantly updated list of confirmed Nintendo Switch games. New Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Trailer and Release Date A new Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild trailer was shown, which you can see below. The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Release Date Trailer 03:49 A release date for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was finally announced. It launches on March 3, 2017 alongside the Switch. A super special edition called The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Master Edition was also announced for $129.99, and a standard special edition for $99.99. Disgaea 5, Street Fighter II, Dragon Quest Heroes, I Am Setsuna Get Switch Ports posted on 2017-01-13 04:51 EST Also: Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, Sonic Mania, Super Bomberman R Nintendo revealed during its livestream presentation and on its Switch website on Friday that a number of games from various developers will get ports to its new Switch platform. These games include: Dragon Quest Heroes I (March 3 in Japan) Dragon Quest Heroes II (March 3 in Japan) Dragon Quest X Sonic Mania (spring 2017) Super Bomberman R (March 3 in Japan, March in English) I Am Setsuna (March 3 in Japan, March in English) Disgaea 5 Complete (March 3 in Japan, spring in English) Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers (release date undecided) Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 (temporary title, release date undecided) Nobunaga's Ambition: Sphere of Influence with Power Up Kit (March 3 in Japan) Romance of the Three Kingdoms XIII with Power Up Kit (March in Japan) Dragon Quest Heroes I and II Square Enix released Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below in Japan in February 2015 for the PS3 and PS4. Square Enix then released the game in North America and Europe in October 2015. The second game shipped in Japan last May. Sonic Mania Sega is developing Sonic Mania with Christian Whitehead, Headcannon, and PagodaWest Games. The "2D platforming high speed adventure" game will feature new zones and remixed classic levels, and players can play as Sonic, Tails, or Knuckles. The game is also shipping on PS4, Xbox One, and PC in spring, The game celebrates the franchise's 25th anniversary. Super Bomberman R The game is based on the Super Bomberman SNES game, and features new graphics, boss battles, and an eight-player mode. I Am Setsuna In Japan, I Am Setsuna is titled Ikenie to Yuki no Setsuna (Setsuna of Sacrifice and Snow), and shipped last February for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in Japan, and last July for the PS4 and PC in the West. Disgaea 5 Complete Disgaea 5 Complete includes all the DLC content from the game's PlayStation 4 version. The original game shipped in March 2015 in Japan, and October 2015 in the West. The official website for the Switch also has an image featuring logos for the following titles and franchises: Tales of series, Taiko Drum Master, "Project Sonic 2017," A Story of Seasons (Bokujō Monogatari), Derby Stallion, BlazBlue, and Arcade Archives. The list also includes the previously announced Dragon Quest XI. Nintendo hasn't announced a Western release for Dragon Quest XI. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-01-13/disgaea-5-street-fighter-ii-dragon-quest-heroes-i-am-setsuna-get-switch-ports/.110995 http://www.ign.com/articles/2017/01/13/everything-we-know-about-nintendo-switch
  3. The Japanese film distribution company GAGA opened a website on Saturday to reveal the Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry anime film. The website lists the film as opening in spring 2017. Fairy Tail manga creator Hiro Mashima also confirmed on Twitter on Saturday that "Dragon Cry" is the subtitle for the new film. The film's staff has also opened an official Twitter account. Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine had announced in May 2015 that Fairy Tail was getting a second anime film. The manga follows the adventures of world's most notorious mage guild, Fairy Tail. The manga already inspired two television anime, several previous original video anime projects, and spinoff manga. The franchise's first anime film, Fairy Tail the Movie: Phoenix Priestess, opened in Japan on August 18, 2012. The television anime series also revealed in March that a new project is in the works. Del Rey published the first 12 volumes of the original manga in North America, and Kodansha Comics resumed publishing the manga in English with the 13th volume in 2011. Crunchyroll streamed the second television anime into several countries as it aired in Japan, and Funimation has been releasing DVD/Blu-ray Disc sets. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2017-01-01/2nd-fairy-tail-anime-film-reveals-title-spring-2017-premiere/.110536
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  5. lol, was just going to post a couple but i got stuck watching these for an hour. Ill post more later or if anyone found some i missed just add it here
  6. Going to Post random trailers and stuff here.
  7. The Black Clover stage event at Jump Festa announced on Sunday that Yūki Tabata's Black Clover manga is getting a television anime series by Studio Pierrot. Viz Media's Weekly Shonen Jump Twitter account additionally added that the anime will premiere in 2017. Ryotaro Okiayu hosted the event with Tabata and idol Honoka Akimoto (a Black Clover fan) as guests. The combined second and third 2017 issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine had teased on Monday that the manga would have a "super important announcement" at the stage event. Tabata began the series in Weekly Shonen Jump in February 2015. Viz Media publishes the Black Clover manga in North America digitally in its Weekly Shonen Jump magazine, and also in print. The anime will get a DVD release bundled with the manga's 11th volume on May 2. XEBEC animated the 27-minute episode, which adapts the manga's first chapter and stars Shun Horie (Phantasy Star Online 2: The Animation's Seiya Urisaka) as Asta and Sōma Saitō (Haikyu!!'s Tadashi Yamaguchi) as Yuno. Synopsis: SHONEN JUMP's breakaway hit of 2015, a fantasy action-adventure about mastering magical powers. Asta is a young boy who dreams of becoming the greatest mage in the kingdom. Only one problem – he can't use any magic! Luckily for Asta, he receives the incredibly rare five-leaf clover grimoire that gives him the power of anti-magic. Can someone who can't use magic really become the Wizard King? One thing's for sure – Asta will never give up!
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  9. The "Dragon Quest XI SF2017 Special Stage" event at Jump Festa on Saturday revealed more details on Dragon Quest XI: Sugisarishi Toki o Motomete (Dragon Quest XI: In Search of Departed Time), the franchise's latest main game for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo 3DS. The event also revealed that the game will ship in 2017. The event also debuted the game's opening video: While Square Enix had stated last year that it plans to release the game on the upcoming Nintendo Switch (then known as "NX") console, the new website for the game and the above videos all list the game only for the PS4 and Nintendo 3DS. The game's protagonist is a young hero raised in the tranquil town of Ishi in the game's world of "Lotozetacia." On the day he turned 16 (when one becomes an adult at Ishi), he embarks on an adventure. The opening movie above features the protagonist holding Loto's (Erdrick's) sword. The protagonist's friend is Kamyu, a blue-haired thief whom the protagonist encountered on his journey:
  10. The Naruto and Boruto stage event at the Jump Festa event confirmed on Saturday that Lionsgate and director Michael Gracey (The Greatest Showman) are working on a live-action Hollywood film adaptation of Masashi Kishimoto's Naruto manga. The event also showed pre-production art, and revealed that Kishimoto himself is involved in the production. The Tracking Board Hollywood news website had reported in July 2015 that Lionsgate had closed the rights to adapt the manga into a live-action film, and was in talks with Gracey to direct. Gracey has previously worked in visual effects and animation. The Tracking Board also reported last year that Avi Arad (Hollywood's Ghost in the Shell, Gamba: Gamba to Nakama-tachi) and his son Ari Arad are producing the film at Arad Productions, and Erik Feig, Geoff Shaveitz and Kelly O'Malley are overseeing the film. Kishimoto launched ninja manga in Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine in 1999, and ended the series in November 2014. The manga has spawned the Naruto and Naruto Shippūden television anime series, OVAs, several anime films, spinoff manga, the Boruto sequel manga series, a series of novels, and video games. http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/news/2016-12-17/masashi-kishimoto-is-involved-in-production-on-lionsgate-michael-gracey-naruto-hollywood-film/.110034
  11. A while back it was announced that Ukyō Kodachi and Mikie Ikemoto's Boruto manga is getting a new anime that will premiere in April 2017. Kodachi and Ikemoto launched the Boruto manga in Weekly Shonen Jump on May 9, based on and as a sequel to Masashi Kishimoto's Naruto manga. Boruto's titular main character is the protagonist of the Boruto -Naruto the Movie- anime film, and the manga has so far been an adaptation of that film. This year's Jump Special Anime Festa screening event screened a Boruto-related anime in theaters across Japan on November 27 and December 4. Boruto-related content is also featured in Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Road to Boruto, Bandai Namco Entertainment's upcoming expansion for the Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 game. TV Tokyo opened a website on Saturday to reveal the key visual, cast, and promotional video for the upcoming new Boruto anime series, titled Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. The television anime series will premiere in April. Crunchyroll is streaming the promotional video on Twitter with English subtitles. The anime stars the following returning cast members: Yuko Sanpei as Boruto Uzumaki Kokoro Kikuchi as Sarada Uchiha Ryūichi Kijima as Mitsuki Junko Takeuchi as Naruto Uzumaki