Now that Nintendo has done with updating the internals of Switch, the firm has turned its focus to what is on the exterior. The firm has joined hands with Disney to make a Tsum Tsum-based variant of the new device to match with the roll out of a Tsum Tsum game. The console and the dock get the dot branding of Tsum Tsum, with a couple of Mickey Ears residing on top of the home button.
If you are not familiar, Tsum Tsum is a series of Disney toys and figures that sport beloved characters in a more kawaii manner. They are often seen in gacha vending machines, expediently at the same eye-level as your kid, for utmost pester power. But, as they are gacha, there is always the danger that you will wind up purchasing various duplicates before stumbling upon the product your kid actually needs.
Regrettably for kawaii aficionados, the Tsum Tsum device is only accessible in Japan, launching alongside the Tsum Tsum Festival game. That will take place in October 2019, but you can pre-order both beginning from this week, for a price tag of $330 or 36,000 Yen.
On a related note, Super Mario Maker 2 is as much about developing your personal Mario games as it is playing via countless stages other users have already posted. But many users have already hit the boundary of how many levels they can post at once, obliging them to pull an earlier creation off from servers of Nintendo if they need to share a new level. They will now have a little more flexibility, as the firm has elevated the limit of course upload to 64 from 32.
It aims to increase up that limit one more time moving forward. This has pleased the users for now.