Layton’s Mystery Journey For Nintendo Switch Rated By The ESRB

Another sign it’s on the way.

Following a rating by the Australian Classification Board in February and a listing on the G4F Localisation website in March, Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy – Deluxe Edition has now been spotted on the Entertainment Software Rating Board.

The classification means a North American release shouldn’t be too far off. The game started out life on the 3DS and the deluxe edition for Switch arrived in Japan last year. Take a look at the descriptive rating below:

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The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Update Appears To Have Improved Load Times

Less loading, more playing.

Earlier this week, Nintendo released a new update for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Apart from making the Switch game compatible with the Labo VR Goggles, version 1.6.0 fixed “some other issues” to improve the overall experience.

It turns out the load times in the Switch version are now nearly in line with the game on the Wii U. Shrines, for example, take five seconds less to load. YouTuber and speedrunner Alexis de Champris uploaded a before and after comparison video on Twitter to highlight this. See for yourself below:

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Review: Arcade Classics Anniversary Collection – Perfectly Functional, But Not Much Else

Shoot past the castle.

Not content with sitting back and watching the likes of Sega, Capcom, Nintendo et al releasing retro compilations, Konami’s decided to get in on the act too. To celebrate the company’s 50th anniversary, the big K is launching a trio of anniversary collections. The Castlevania and Contra collections will be coming in the near future and we’ll cover them in due course, but for now let’s take a look at the first collection, dedicated to Konami’s arcade history.

Arcade Classics Anniversary Collection consists of eight vintage arcade titles, all running under Hamster Corporation’s much-praised Arcade Archives emulator. We’ll get to the general software in a bit, but it makes sense to cover each game individually first, because there’s a mixed bag here – if by that you mean taking a bag marked ‘Good shoot ’em ups’, putting a rubbish Castlevania spin-off into it, and mixing it around.

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Random: Experience The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild With PlayStation VR

Switching it up.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild might have only received its Nintendo Labo VR compatibility update yesterday, but virtual reality enthusiasts have already discovered how to get it working with the PlayStation VR headset.

This method means you don’t need to own Labo VR and you won’t need to use Nintendo’s cardboard setup to try out the new update for Zelda on Switch. The higher quality headset pays off – with the image quality slightly sharper on the device’s OLED display. It’s all thanks to the HDMI ports and PSVR Cinema Mode. ResetEra user PopsMaellard explained it in the following post:

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