Wednesday update with a good start for Snack World, new Nintendo trademarks, no Sonic Mania DLC, new ARMS fighter and more! 

● Level-5’s first major franchise since Yokai Watch started well as The Snack World: Trejarers sold an impressive 84,288 in its first few days on sale. Dragon Quest XI: Sugisarishi Toki o Motomete is now at over 1.5 million on Nintendo 3DS with Splatoon 2 almost at a million (next week!). Check out the full charts here

● Nintendo have applied for another trademark for the Nintendo Switch Online logo for the purpose of ‘program for home video game machine and others, Providing connection etc and Providing images using communication etc) and for the word Switch (independently of the Nintendo prefix).

Gamer interviewed Takashi Iizuka who told them that there are no plans for additional content/DLC in Sonic Mania. The game is up to currently #6 on the Japanese eShop by the way. 

● Kobusshii (Biff) has posted grainy footage of a ‘popular new fighter’ on the ARMS Twitter account. It’s expected that this new fighter will be in the game’s next update. Check out the footage for yourself here.

ACA NEOGEO Magician Lord was available after-all on the Japanese Switch eShop today priced at the usual ¥823 and requiring 87 MB.

Miitomo today added the second ‘To the high seas! Miitomo Pirates’ Miitomo Drop stage including a Pirate Mate Bandana and Outfit and a Lady Pirate Outfit. Check them all out here.

● There was another Susie’s Direct today with admiring Manpuku Kirby from Kirby’s Blowout Blast and wanting to touch his tubby tummy!

● A new Reflet/Robin trailer from Fire Emblem Musou/Warriors viewable here.

● And a super short Switch gameplay footage of Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom here.

● The next issue of Nintendo Dream magazine due out on 21 August includes a free 100 page reprint of the Super Famicom magazine ‘Famimaga’ pictured here.

● Fuji TV’s weekday morning news program ’Tokudane!’ had a segment yesterday covering the Japanese Nintendo Switch stock situation. Watch the footage here.

● Check out my review of Strikers 1945 for Nintendo Switch here. And thanks for following!

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