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Breath of the Wild’s prequel has time travel, here’s why it matters

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity has a new eShop demo available for download, which gives players a taste of the upcoming hack-and-slash game. While much of the demo has you fighting through droves of Bokoblins, the opening of the demo teases some tantalizing possibilities for the entirety of the game.

In the initial cutscene, Age of Calamity starts up in the future, when Zelda stops Ganon from continuing his rampage on Hyrule. This is notable because technically, Age of Calamity is supposed to be a prequel.

But when Zelda’s power awakens during the cinematic, we see a mini guardian turn on and then suddenly hop into a portal. The portal takes the tyke to the past, where the events of Age of Calamity take place. Time travel is nothing new for the Zelda franchise — in Majora’s Mask, it’s a mechanic unto itself. But the reason this is a curious decision for Age of Calamity is that it means we can’t assume what will happen during the course of the game.

This entire time, fans have thought the prequel would inevitably end in tragedy. After all, in Breath of the Wild, the champions are long-dead. In Age of Calamity, the champions are all alive and gearing up to defend Hyrule from Ganon’s threat.

If time travel is on the table, the developers at Koei Tecmo don’t have to follow the events that lead into Breath of the Wild at all. They could, in fact, just open up a new timeline in which something else happens altogether. Already, by changing the myth tapestry we see at the start of Breath of the Wild, there’s speculation that Age of Calamity might introduce more champions — the original imagery only showed one champion per Divine Beast. Now there’s two! What does it mean? Will the champions win against Ganon this time? Nevermind, of course, that the mini guardian that puts everything into motion doesn’t even exist in Breath of the Wild.

What’s more, data miners who have perused through the game files have found icons belonging to a number of surprising (and spoilery) character inclusions. While these icons could mean anything and don’t necessarily imply we’ll be able to play as these figures, the combination of time travel and their apparent inclusion in the game means that anything is possible.

Buckle up. Age of Calamity, out on Nov. 20 for the Nintendo Switch, may be a ride.

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Smash Bros. Ultimate Freebie Available For Switch Online Members

Nintendo is offering Switch Online subscribers another freebie for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. For a limited time, members can claim the Vault Shopper Set 2 bundle, which comes with 3,000 Gold and five Classic Tickets. The latter can be wagered before a run in Classic Mode to earn additional rewards.

To claim the Vault Shopper Set 2 pack, you’ll need to open the Switch eShop and select the “Nintendo Switch Online” option from the left sidebar. After you’ve done that, you’ll find the pack listed among the other free offers near the top of the page. Click on the pack and select Download to claim it.

Like previous Smash Bros. freebies, the Vault Shopper Set 2 is only available to those who have an active paid Switch Online membership; you can’t download the pack during a free trial to the service. You can learn more about subscription costs and benefits in our Nintendo Switch Online guide.

The latest DLC character for Smash Bros. Ultimate is Steve from Minecraft. The blocky fighter arrived alongside the game’s 9.0 update on October 13. Like previous DLC characters, Steve brings his own new Minecraft-inspired stage, as well as new music tracks and additional Spirits to unlock in the game’s Spirit Board mode.

Steve is the second DLC character to arrive as part of Smash Bros. Ultimate’s Fighters Pass Vol. 2, following Min Min from Arms. Four more DLC fighters are still on the horizon, but Nintendo hasn’t teased who those will be. The Fighters Pass Vol. 2 costs $30 USD. Each character pack can also be purchased individually for $6 USD.

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Animal Crossing: Full K.K. Slider Songs List And All Secret Songs In New Horizons

Once you’ve completed Project K and fulfilled Tom Nook’s dream of having K.K. Slider visit your island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, the wandering musician will return there every Saturday to perform a small concert, just as he did in previous Animal Crossing games. You’ll find K.K. sitting in front of your Resident Services building all day long, but he’ll only play music for you between 6 PM and midnight your time.

As in past titles, you can either let K.K. play a random song or request to hear a specific tune, and he’ll give you a record of the first song he performs that night. While you can purchase most of these songs through the Nook Shopping terminal, there are a handful of “secret” songs that K.K. will only play by request, so if you want to get your hands on those records, you’ll need to specifically request them.

Below, we’ve rounded up the full list of K.K. Slider songs in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. The secret songs that K.K. only plays by request are denoted in bold. Keep in mind that you’ll need to type each song title out as it is written below (meaning you need to have the proper punctuation and capitalization) when requesting the songs; if you spell the title incorrectly, K.K. will instead play a backup song that you can’t take home as a record and say he didn’t understand your request.

If you have friends visiting your island while K.K. is around, you can all watch him perform together. To do so, every player will need to be seated before the player who requests the song sits down; if you sit too late, you’ll miss out on the performance.

We have a ton of other guides to help you out in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, including a turnips guide with tips on how to play the stalk market, as well as a deserted island guide detailing all the Mystery Tours you can embark on. We’ve also put together a list of all the new bugs, fish, and sea creatures for October.

All K.K. Slider Songs

  • Agent K.K.
  • Aloha K.K.
  • Animal City
  • Bubblegum K.K.
  • Café K.K.
  • Comrade K.K.
  • DJ K.K.
  • Drivin’
  • Farewell
  • Forest Life
  • Go K.K. Rider
  • Hypno K.K.
  • I Love You
  • Imperial K.K.
  • King K.K.
  • K.K. Adventure
  • K.K. Aria
  • K.K. Ballad
  • K.K. Bazaar
  • K.K. Birthday*
  • K.K. Blues
  • K.K. Bossa
  • K.K. Calypso
  • K.K. Casbah
  • K.K. Chorale
  • K.K. Condor
  • K.K. Country
  • K.K. Cruisin’
  • K.K. D&B
  • K.K. Dirge
  • K.K. Disco
  • K.K. Dixie
  • K.K. Étude
  • K.K. Faire
  • K.K. Flamenco
  • K.K. Folk
  • K.K. Fusion
  • K.K. Groove
  • K.K. Gumbo
  • K.K. House
  • K.K. Island
  • K.K. Jazz
  • K.K. Jongara
  • K.K. Lament
  • K.K. Love Song
  • K.K. Lullaby
  • K.K. Mambo
  • K.K. Marathon
  • K.K. March
  • K.K. Mariachi
  • K.K. Metal
  • K.K. Milonga
  • K.K. Moody
  • K.K. Oasis
  • K.K. Parade
  • K.K. Ragtime
  • K.K. Rally
  • K.K. Reggae
  • K.K. Rock
  • K.K. Rockabilly
  • K.K. Safari
  • K.K. Salsa
  • K.K. Samba
  • K.K. Ska
  • K.K. Sonata
  • K.K. Song
  • K.K. Soul
  • K.K. Steppe
  • K.K. Stroll
  • K.K. Swing
  • K.K. Synth
  • K.K. Tango
  • K.K. Technopop
  • K.K. Waltz
  • K.K. Western
  • Lucky K.K.
  • Marine Song 2001
  • Mountain Song
  • Mr. K.K.
  • My Place
  • Neapolitan
  • Only Me
  • Pondering
  • Rockin’ K.K.
  • Soulful K.K.
  • Space K.K.
  • Spring Blossoms
  • Stale Cupcakes
  • Steep Hill
  • Surfin’ K.K.
  • The K. Funk
  • To the Edge
  • Two Days Ago
  • Wandering
  • Welcome Horizons**

*Given to players on their birthday

**Given to all players the first time K.K. performs on their island

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Nintendo cuts price of single Joy-Con, but not by much

The standard price of a solo Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controller is going down by $10, to $39.99, beginning Nov. 9. It’s been $49.99 since the console launched more than three years ago.

Nintendo announced the price drop Friday morning. A pair of Joy-Cons is still $79.99 (also the launch MSRP), so while this (probably) more reflects their individual cost, you still save nothing if you buy a full set rather than two individually. You can have any color you want, as long as it’s blue (for the left controller) or red (for the right).

Though the permanent MSRP on a pair of Joy-Cons is still the same, right now Amazon has a pair on sale for $69, in four color schemes — classic red and blue not among them, though.

It’s not a spectacular price drop, but if one of yours has an issue (like cough, cough, drift or something) it’s still cheaper than getting a pair. And a Nintendo Switch Pro Controller is still $69.99, for those wondering.

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Best Nintendo Switch eShop Game Deals This Week

The Nintendo Switch only has a couple more major releases this year with Pikmin 3 Deluxe launching at the end of the month and Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity arriving November 20. If you’ve gotten your fill of Super Mario 3D All-Stars and are looking for something to play, there are tons of great deals on the Nintendo Switch eShop this week, including Warner Bros. and Ubisoft publisher sales as well as a Mega Man franchise sale.

Ubisoft’s sale runs until October 29 and features discounts on a handful of notable games. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is down to $15, while the Gold edition with all of the DLC is only $20. Assassin’s Creed: The Rebel Collection and Assassin’s Creed III Remastered are discounted to $20 each. Turn-based RPG fans can snag South Park: The Stick of Truth for $12 and The Fractured but Whole for $15. Arguably the best deal in the Ubisoft sale is on the stellar platformer Rayman Legends Definitive edition, which is discounted to just $10.

Outside of Mortal Kombat 11 for $20, the Warner Bros. Halloween Sale is focused on family-friendly titles. Scribblenauts Mega Pack–a great compilation for kids who are in the early stages of reading–is on sale for $10. There are also a bunch of discounts on Lego games, which are ideal for couch co-op. Lego City Undercover is $9, Lego Harry Potter Collection is $12.49, and Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 is $9. The Warner Bros. Halloween Sale is live until November 2.

Until October 29, you can save big on Mega Man games on the eShop. Mega Man 11 is discounted to $15, while the mainline Legacy Collections are $10 each. Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 and 2 are also on sale for $10 each.

Other highlights include Rune Factory 4 Special for $30, The Last Campfire for $12, and Crypt of the NecroDancer for $4. You can check out the full slate of deals at the Switch eShop and see our picks below.

Best deals at Nintendo Switch eShop

  • Assassin’s Creed: The Rebel Collection — $20 ($40)
  • Assassin’s Creed III: Remastered — $20 ($40)
  • Child of Light Ultimate edition — $5 ($20)
  • Crypt of the NecroDancer — $4 ($20)
  • The Last Campfire — $12 ($15)
  • Lego City Undercover — $9 ($30)
  • Lego DC Super-Villains — $18 ($60)
  • Lego Harry Potter Collection — $12.49 ($50)
  • Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 — $9 ($30)
  • Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle — $15 ($60)
  • Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Gold edition — $20 ($80)
  • Mega Man 11 — $15 ($30)
  • Mega Man Legacy Collection — $10.04 ($15)
  • Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 — $10 ($20)
  • Mega Man X Legacy Collection — $10 ($20)
  • Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2 — $10 ($20)
  • Mortal Kombat 11 — $20 ($50)
  • Rune Factory 4 Special – $30 ($40)
  • Scribblenauts Mega Pack — $10 ($40)
  • Scribblenauts Showdown — $10 ($40)
  • South Park: The Stick of Truth — $12 ($30)
  • South Park: The Fractured but Whole — $15 ($60)
  • Trials Rising — $6 ($20)
  • Valiant Hearts: The Great War — $5 ($20)

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My Nintendo Adds New Mario Physical Rewards

Nintendo has been slowly expanding its My Nintendo loyalty program with new rewards. While the program has traditionally only offered digital prizes like wallpapers and discounts on select Wii U and 3DS games, the company has added a handful of physical items to the rewards catalog in recent weeks, and the newest selection features a couple of items inspired by Super Mario 3D All-Stars and Paper Mario: The Origami King.

Five new physical rewards are now available on My Nintendo. First is a set of Mario posters, each one featuring the cover art from the three games included in 3D All-Stars: Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy. There’s also a small Super Mario zipper case to store Switch game cards, Paper Mario origami and postcard sets, and a racer ID to go along with the newly released Mario Kart Live.

You can see all the newly added Mario rewards, along with how many points each one costs, below. Physical rewards are typically limited in quantities, however, so if any of these items catch your eye, it’s best to jump on them sooner rather than later. You will also still need to pay shipping on any physical rewards you redeem.

  • Super Mario 3D All-Stars poster set (800 Platinum points)
  • Super Mario zipper case (800 Platinum points)
  • Paper Mario: The Origami King origami set (400 Platinum points)
  • Paper Mario: The Origami King postcard set (300 Platinum points)
  • Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit racer ID holder and lanyard (800 Platinum points)

If you’re short on Platinum points for the rewards, there are a few ways to earn more. You can receive some for completing certain tasks in some of Nintendo’s mobile games like Fire Emblem Heroes and Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. You can also earn points for visiting official Nintendo websites and completing tasks, like finding hidden Pikmin around the official Pikmin 3 website.

In addition to Platinum points, you can earn Gold points through the My Nintendo program. These are earned when you purchase select Switch games, and you can use them toward digital purchases, making them effectively eShop credit. You can read more about how My Nintendo Gold points work here.

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Pokemon Sword And Shield: How Catching Legendaries Works In The Crown Tundra DLC

The Crown Tundra, the second DLC for Pokemon Sword and Shield, comes out on October 22. The DLC adds a new area to explore as well as more story elements and a heavy focus on Legendary Pokemon. This includes Galarian forms of Kanto’s Legendary birds–Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres–as well as new Regis, a deer with a massive head named Calyrex, and basically every single Legendary Pokemon in the history of the series.

We recently saw half an hour of footage from The Crown Tundra, including hints about the story and a more in-depth look at the new Dynamax Adventures mode. Most of the Legendary Pokemon introduced to Sword and Shield through The Crown Tundra are found in this raid mode, while the Galarian birds and Calyrex seem to be tied to storylines instead. Here’s everything we learned about the Legendaries and how you can get them.

Dynamax Adventures and Legendary Pokemon

As was previously revealed, the main way to catch Legendary Pokemon in The Crown Tundra is through the new Dynamax Adventures feature. During a Dynamax Adventure, you team up with up to three other players (or NPCs) to “enter” a Max Raid lair and battle a series of Pokemon before finally facing a Legendary. However, you aren’t actually going into the lair the way you would a cave in previous Pokemon games; it’s more of an overall map of the lair with branching pathways, and you can see what lies ahead. The strategy is in planning out which way you’ll go so you can survive long enough to face the Legendary Pokemon at the end.










You also have to do this all with randomly generated rental Pokemon rather than a Pokemon from your own collection. When you defeat a Pokemon along the way, you’ll also have the option to switch it in for the one you’re using. You have to choose pathways that will bring you to a Pokemon you think you can defeat–you’ll be able to see the Pokemon’s silhouette and type before choosing a path–while taking into account what comes after that and whether you should swap your rental Pokemon.

After battling three Dynamaxed Pokemon, you’ll then encounter the Legendary, which you also face in a Max Raid battle. If you defeat it, you then get to catch and keep it. The good news is that, if you’re defeated before you reach the Legendary, you can start over and try again.

From what we can tell, these Dynamax Adventures are the only way you can catch the old Legendary Pokemon that are being introduced to Sword and Shield through The Crown Tundra. They look to be quite challenging, too–and having to use a rental Pokemon means you won’t get stuck with three Eternatuses like when doing a regular Max Raid online. We’re excited to get our hands on Dynamax Adventures to see the full extent of the new mode.

New Legendary Pokemon

We weren’t able to glean much information about the new Legendary Pokemon–including Galarian Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres, as well as Calyrex and the new Regis–from the footage we saw, but it seems their appearance is tied to the DLC’s story rather than the Dynamax Adventures. From what we saw, the DLC has several different storylines; one seems to involve Galarian Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres, while another involves Calyrex, for example. We’ll update this story when we confirm how to catch these Pokemon.

In addition to Dynamax Adventures and more story stuff around Legendaries, The Crown Tundra also adds a new post-game activity: the Galarian Star Tournament. Unlocked after you’ve completed the main game as well as both DLCs’ stories, the Galarian Star Tournament pits you and an NPC partner of your choosing (like Hop) against other pairs of Sword and Shield’s Gym Leaders and trainers. It offers special rewards and is one of the new activities in the Crown Tundra we’re most excited to try for ourselves.

Stay tuned for more details, as well as a review with our opinion about Dynamax Adventures and everything else in the DLC, after The Crown Tundra comes out on October 22.

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My Nintendo Adds New Physical Super Mario Rewards

Nintendo is slowly expanding its My Nintendo loyalty program with new rewards. While the program has traditionally only offered digital prizes like wallpapers and discounts on select Wii U and 3DS games, Nintendo has recently been adding a handful of physical items to the rewards catalog, and the latest batch features a couple of new items inspired by Super Mario 3D All-Stars and Paper Mario: The Origami King.

Five new physical rewards are now available on My Nintendo. First is a set of Mario posters, each one featuring the cover art from the three games included in 3D All-Stars: Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy. There’s also a small Super Mario zipper case to store Switch game cards, Paper Mario origami and postcard sets, and a racer ID to go along with the newly released Mario Kart Live.

You can see all the newly added Mario rewards, along with how many points each one costs, below. Physical rewards are typically limited in quantities, however, so if any of these items catch your eye, it’s best to jump on them sooner rather than later. You will also still need to pay shipping on any physical rewards you redeem.

  • Super Mario 3D All-Stars poster set (800 Platinum points)
  • Super Mario zipper case (800 Platinum points)
  • Paper Mario: The Origami King origami set (400 Platinum points)
  • Paper Mario: The Origami King postcard set (300 Platinum points)
  • Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit racer ID holder and lanyard (800 Platinum points)

If you’re short on Platinum points for the rewards, there are a few ways to earn more. You can receive some for completing certain tasks in some of Nintendo’s mobile games like Fire Emblem Heroes and Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. You can also earn points for visiting official Nintendo websites and completing tasks, like finding hidden Pikmin around the official Pikmin 3 website.

In addition to Platinum points, you can earn Gold points through the My Nintendo program. These are earned when you purchase select Switch games, and you can use them toward digital purchases, making them effectively eShop credit. You can read more about how My Nintendo Gold points work here.

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New Pokemon Sword And Shield: Crown Tundra Dynamax Adventures Details Revealed

Pokemon Sword and Shield’s Crown Tundra expansion launches later this week, and new details about the DLC continue to trickle in ahead of its release. We learned some more tidbits about the expansion’s new Dynamax Adventures feature during a recent episode of Japanese show Pokenchi, including how Legendary Pokemon encounters will work.

Dynamax Adventures lets up to four players cooperatively explore Pokemon Raid dens together. As Serebii reports, players will battle three Dynamax Pokemon successively while exploring a Raid den. After each battle, you’ll get to choose which route to take through the den, which will determine which Pokemon you battle along the way. Any HP or PP you lose during a battle will also carry forward, but you’ll have the opportunity to heal your Pokemon by encountering certain characters or finding berries as you explore.

If you successfully defeat all three Dynamax Pokemon, you’ll encounter a Legendary Pokemon at the end of the den. These Legendaries will have a 100% catch rate, meaning you’re guaranteed to capture the Pokemon if you can successfully defeat them. Pokenchi also confirms that you can only catch each Legendary Pokemon once.

The Crown Tundra expansion launches on October 22. It introduces a variety of new content to Sword and Shield, including the eponymous Crown Tundra–an arctic region that’s home to a ton of returning and new Pokemon, including Galarian forms of Slowking and the Legendary birds Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres. There will also be a helpful new item called the Ability Patch, which makes it much easier to get a Pokemon’s Hidden Ability.

Ahead of The Crown Tundra’s release, The Pokemon Company is giving away eight free Pikachu for all Sword and Shield players. Each of these comes wearing one of the different hats that Ash has worn throughout the Pokemon anime. Beyond that, Pokemon Go compatibility is also coming to Pokemon Home by the end of the year, and you’ll receive a free Gigantamax Melmetal in Sword and Shield for transferring a Pokemon from the mobile game.

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Animal Crossing: New Horizons 1.5.1 Update Now Out, Fixes A Couple Of Recent Bugs

Nintendo has released a new 1.5.1 update for Animal Crossing: New Horizons. This patch is another fairly minor one; it doesn’t introduce any new content to the Switch life sim, but rather addresses a small handful of issues that have cropped up in the game following last month’s big 1.5 fall update.

According to the patch notes on Nintendo’s support website, New Horizons’ 1.5.1 update resolves a couple of bugs, including one where Nook Miles keywords would not appear in the passport list, and another that caused villagers to talk about pumpkins when they were given a bamboo shoot. You can read the full patch notes below.

The aforementioned 1.5 update released on September 29 and introduced an assortment of fall-themed content to the game, including the Halloween event, pumpkins, and spooky DIY recipes. Another big New Horizons update is coming in late November, and it appears that one will add the game’s Thanksgiving and Christmas events.

That’s not all that’s coming next month; Nintendo also announced that the Animal Crossing Amiibo cards are returning to stores this November. Each pack will cost $6 USD and includes six cards, which you can scan to invite villagers to live on your island or take photos of them in the game’s Photopia mode. The long sold-out Animal Crossing-edition Switch console is also starting to return to select stores.

In the meantime, a variety of new October bugs, fish, and sea creatures are appearing in the game right now. The Biden campaign has also revealed its own Animal Crossing island to promote the Democrat’s presidential candidacy, and it has polling places and lots of dogs.

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Version 1.5.1 Patch Notes

General updates

The following issues occurring in Ver. 1.5.0 have been fixed:

  • Fixed an issue where some title keywords obtained via Nook Miles would not appear within the Passport.
  • Fixed an issue where certain messages would display in English for users playing in French, Spanish, German, Italian, Dutch, or Russian.
  • Fixed an issue where animal residents would talk about pumpkins when given a bamboo shoot.
  • Fixed an issue where it was no longer possible to jump over a river based on the location of certain furniture.

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