Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, Lizardcube’s remake of the 1989 Master System’s Wonder Boy III, is out on the Switch this week.
It should be perfectly fine to purchase in the U.S., unlike a certain chocolate treat that was only a choking hazard to dumb people who don’t pay attention to things or notice when something inedible is in their mouth.No comments
Don’t think it. Don’t say it. (And forget about that awful movie this tagline is based on).
The third and final game in the BOXBOY! series is out today. Unfortunately, Nintendo of America has not announced any plans to bring the Qbby amiibo that launched with the trilogy’s retail bundle in Japan.
However, the content that the amiibo unlocked, a Game Boy visual filter, is still accessible if players have save data from previous BOXBOY! games.No comments
@RichardvReeves Please go with “LEGO bricks” or “LEGO sets.” Doing so will help protect and preserve our brand. Thanks for checking!
— LEGO (@LEGO_Group) August 20, 2014
Does that mean multiple copies of LEGO City Undercover is LEGO Bricks City Undercover?
In any case, the game is available in the eShop this week.No comments
LEGO City Undercover is the sole game heading to retail this week.
Due to some misleading text on the game’s box causing people to think physical copies would require a mandatory download to receive the full game, publisher Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment recently issued a statement saying the full game would be available on the Switch game card and downloads would only be needed for optional content updates.No comments
Redditor ShugoTakahashi created an infographic detailing all of the items players can unlock by scanning amiibo into The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
The information is based on data gathered directly from the game by fellow Redditor ChezMere.
In addition to the Breath of the Wild series amiibo, the full infographic lists all of the amiibo compatible with the game.
Source: r/ZeldaNo comments