The Nintendo Switch has yet to wrap up its first year on store shelves, and with a number of blockbuster releases already under its belt, another highly anticipated title is set to drop for the hybrid platform tomorrow. JRPG lovers are looking forward to sink their teeth in Xenoblade Chronicles 2, but recent comments by Monolith Soft president Tetsuya Takahashi have also caught the attention of fans of the Nintendo subsidiary's Wii U venture.

In an interview with Japanese gaming publication 4Gamer, Takahashi shared some interesting comments on Xenoblade Chronicles X and the possibility of a Nintendo Switch port for the game in the future.

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It's hard to believe Nintendo was against developing mobile games for their franchises not too long ago. Super Mario Run was amazingly popular, and Fire Emblem Heroes has made bank through microtransactions. It looks like Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp might end up being the best of both worlds for Nintendo; the mobile game featuring a condensed version of the famous life simulation formula sporting animal characters has already been downloaded more than 15 million times worldwide in its first six days on the market.

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Nintendo has gotten into the game of distributing DLC for their first party titles relatively recently compared to other companies. That being said, it usually proves worthwhile, whether it's the extra cups in Mario Kart 8 or the challenging two-pack expansion to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This makes the potential for even more DLC for the Switch's launch title juggernaut all the more tantalizing, and there is reason to believe there could be more adventuring coming our way.

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Jason Michael Paul has been inspired by video games and the music therein for years. His production company has brought the now famous Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses to stages around the world since 2011, and now it seems he finds himself wanting to create a similar symphony for the Super Mario series.

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For fans of Sonic the Hedgehog, the Blue Blur's 25th anniversary closed on a pretty good note with Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice in 2016, but not without teasing two major return-to-form titles in the coming year. Blue believers who grew up with a SEGA Genesis in their youth—or a Mega Collection of sorts in later years like myself—were promised a brand new 2D game developed by community all-stars who would embrace nostalgia and reimagine the classic Sonic experience. On the other hand, those who enjoyed Sonic's more recent adventures were teased with Sonic Team's very own "Project Sonic 2017," bringing Modern Sonic not only back to Boost-style gameplay last seen in Sonic Generations, but also to darker and more serious storytelling of the pre-Colors games.

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The Nintendo Switch seems to churn out a new masterpiece every few months, and for many RPG fans, there is hope that Xenoblade Chronicles 2 becomes the next big hit on the system when it launches on December 1st. To stoke the excited fires in the hearts of fans, Monolith Soft and Nintendo released a new story trailer and a music video for one of the game's beautiful songs, "Shadow of the Lowlands."

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A new Shin Megami Tensei was confirmed for release on the Nintendo Switch at the January Switch showcase, and just recently it was revealed that this would be Shin Megami Tensei V, a Switch-exclusive continuation of the popular series. Now, with a new trailer, Atlus has confirmed that the highly anticipated RPG title will be coming to western territories on the system as well.

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Over the past few months, Niantic has been slowly bringing legendary Pokémon into Pokémon GO. After introducing Lugia to the game back in July, it seemed inevitable that Ho-Oh, Lugia's counterpart in the Johto Region, would be coming eventually. Well, yesterday, Niantic officially released Ho-Oh in Pokémon GO—it's available worldwide and far easier to catch than the last few legendary Pokémon, as Ho-Oh can be found through regular Raid Battles.

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Indie game and retro 3D platformer revival Yooka-Laylee is finally releasing on the Nintendo Switch on December 14th. Since Playtonic Games' debut game was largely driven by the desires of fans who enjoyed platformers and RareWare games of old (including the Banjo-Kazooie franchise from which Yooka-Laylee is inspired), this version of the game should make many of the people who wanted Yooka-Laylee in the first place happy.

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It's safe to say that SEGA is aware of the insane following Sonic the Hedgehog has online.The Sonic Boom television series has made several jabs at the online Sonic community, and the official Twitter account for the blue hedgehog doesn't hold back either. Now one of the most infamous Sonic memes has made its way into Sonic Forces in the form of a Sanic t-shirt.

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Now, imagine the egg not exploding.

Earlier today, Bandai Namco Entertainment launched a teaser site for a new video game project, with a countdown set for a full reveal ten days from now. The barren site only features an interactive microwave visitors can click on, at which point an egg comes tumbling out.

While insignificant on its own, fans of Kōhei Horikoshi's hit manga quickly caught on to the reference and to what the gaming publisher might be hinting at; a My Hero Academia video game could be on the horizon.

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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, Nintendo's newest mobile game, was released on Android and iOS devices this week, and it's performed amazingly well so far. Within its first day, the game became the most downloaded app in eight countries, including the United States, Japan, Canada, France, and Germany, some of the largest mobile gaming markets in the world.

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Level-5 uploaded a new trailer for Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, and it looks gorgeous. The familiar art style of the first game is enhanced by modern hardware, and the combat looks a lot more refined this time around. Players will also get to manage aspects of their kingdom in this new title to make their community thrive. The story of the game focuses on the warring cat and mouse tribes hundreds of years after the original game.

Revenant Kingdom is set to release on January 19th, 2018, on the PlayStation 4 and PC. Check out the new after the jump!

Okami is a beloved game, and while it has a sister game Okamiden for the Nintendo DS, it has never received a full-blown sequel on home consoles. PlatinumGames director and game designer Hideki Kamiya would love to change that, among a great many things he would like to work on in the future.

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Nearly a month has passed since Nintendo officially revealed their next mobile endeavor: Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. The campsite-managing title was later scheduled for release tomorrow, on November 22nd, but it looks like Nintendo is giving us an early Thanksgiving present this year, as the title has already gone live a full day early!

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