Nintendo hit us with an awesome Indie World Showcase this week packed full of Indie goodness. In addition we get some unofficial reports of free upgrades for Nintendo Switch, Tetris 99 Grad Prix Event with Fire Emblem, Mario & Sonic 2D Mode, Neon Green Joy-cons, and so much more.
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- Nintendo Switch - Indie World Showcase - 8.19.2019 - YouTube
- Nintendo Is Apparently Giving New Switch Owners a Free Upgrade to Version 2 [Update] — The Nintendo rep told them that unfortunately only Switch owners who purchased the console after July 17 this year and that while Nintendo will pay to ship the replacement, customers need to cover the costs of shipping the old units back.
- Sensor Tower: Dr. Mario World earns $1.4 million and 7.5 million downloads in first month
- Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 - Classic 2D Events Reveal Trailer - Nintendo Switch - YouTube
- Dr. Mario World Banks $1.4 Million And Racks Up 7.5 Million Downloads In Its First Month - Nintendo Life
- Neon Green Joy-Con Set Revealed On Best Buy Website, Pre-Orders Now Available - Nintendo Life
- Loot Crate Files for Bankruptcy, Promises to Ship Missing Boxes — Loot Crate announced plans to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Reports of financial troubles have been circulating for awhile—including defaulting on a $21 million loan in 2017—even though Loot Crate has about 250,000 subscribers.
- Tetris® 99 for the Nintendo Switch system – Official Site
- Nintendo Switch SNES controller spotted • Eurogamer.net
- Xbox Games Studios is considering developing more multiplatform games — “In other words, is it a kind of game where it would benefit from the network effect of being on a bunch of different platforms, or is it a game where we can best support it by putting resources and making sure that our platforms, things like Xcloud and Game Pass and Xbox Live, are really leaning in to support the game?”
- Game Boy Color Replacement LCD Module - Midwest Embedded Corp.