Weekly Update:Terry Bogard, Picross, Nintendo TOKYO, The Stretchers, Fire Emblem, Plus More News!

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● A fun week that saw the pictured Terry Bogard, from the Fatal Fury series, finally added to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on Wednesday following a 45 minute video presentation by Masahiro Sakurai that was better than it had any right to be.

● From the Monday Update: Nintendo applied for a new PICROSS trademark in Japan, former Game Informer editor Imran Khan said that Nintendo cancelled a Fire Emblem series remake on 3DS, and Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers is 90% complete.

● From the Tuesday Update: Nintendo Switch surpassed the 10 million sales mark in Japan, a Splatoon 2 Ikasu Debut Set was announced for 22 November, Nintendo 3DS updated to Version 11.12.0-44J, and we heard that Terry Bogard is coming to a certain fighting game soon!

● From the Wednesday Update: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate also updated to Version 6.0 along with new Mii Fighter Costumes, a “Galar Beginnings” online competition was announced for December in Pokémon Sword / Shield, and Luigi’s Mansion 3 opened with 150,649 in Japan.

● From the Thursday Update: the first Nintendo TOKYO pics were released, Nintendo of America President Doug Bowser said the focus will be on Nintendo Switch Online and not classic consoles, and the company will continue to support Nintendo 3DS this holiday and into 2020.

● From the Friday Update: Nintendo shadow dropped a co-op puzzle game The Stretchers from the Little Nightmares developers. Nintendo also shadow dropped the Fire Emblem: Three Houses Expansion Pass Wave 3 DLC adding quests, Anna, costumes, sauna activity, and animal petting.

● From the Weekend Update: Dragon Quest Rivals will add Dragon Quest XI S cards on 21 November, Hanoi Games will be porting the origami puzzler Kamiori for Switch in 2020, and Broccoli announced two Uta no☆Prince-sama games for 2020 (Amazing Aria & Sweet Serenade LOVE and Debut).