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Still weird this wasn't built in at launch

You Can Now Play With Friends Online in Super Mario Maker 2

Update 1.1.0 is now available for Super Mario Maker 2 and it features some much needed co-op improvements. First, you can now play courses online with friends rather than a group of strangers. You can also now choose what courses to play, either a random selection from the "Course World," courses you have created, or courses you have downloaded from "Course World." Finally, four player couch co-op can be launched directly on any course in the "Course World" without having to download the course first.

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Paid Content To Be Added To “ScareScraper” and “ScreamPark” Modes

Luigi’s Mansion 3 Will Have Paid DLC

If you have been waiting for Luigi’s Mansion 3 October 31st, 2019 release date to come around, you may, like the rest of us, have been expecting Nintendo to announce any and all updates they could. However, Nintendo instead decided to keep in line with the game’s themes and be as quiet as a ghost as they placed a subtle announcement that there will be paid DLC that will add “new content” for the  ScareScraper and ScreamPark modes after launch. This announcement was placed on their website without any word via an official press release, Nintendo Direct, or even so much as a text message - talk about being “ghosted”.

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But there's a catch...

Free Update to Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 Adds New Characters, Costumes

During this year's San Diego Comic Con, Nintendo revealed that Colossus and Cyclops would be added to the playable roster of characters in MARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE 3: The Black Order in a future update for free. That update is here and available, and you can indeed get both Colossus and Cyclops, but there's a little bit of a catch: you have to unlock them via two different Infinity Rift challenges.

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Four new characters, two new game modes, and a new Infinity Rift

Curse of the Vampire DLC Arrives Sept 30 for Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3

The first DLC pack for MARVEL ULTIMATE ALLIANCE 3: The Black Order now has an official release date: Sept. 30. The pack is part of the $20 bundle that also includes two future DLC packs (Fantastic Four and X-Men), which has to be purchased as a whole (i.e., you can't buy the packs individually). If you've been enjoying your time with the game, which I sort of have, then picking the bundle up will certainly ensure you get even more stuff as this pack alone includes four characters (Blade, Punisher, Moon Knight, and Morbius), two new game modes, and a new Infinity Rift.

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The year of "Gooigi"

[E3 2019] - Luigi's Mansion 3 Will Have A Few Different Co-Op Options

Last year, Nintendo revealed that Luigi would once again be busting (vacuuming?) some ghosts in Luigi's Mansion 3. At the time, though, all that was revealed was the game's existence and that it would be out sometime in 2019. During their E3 Nintendo Direct this week, they finally showed off more of the title and announced some exciting ways to play with friends: campaign co-op and "ScareScraper Mode."

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Few Details, Lots Of Content

[E3 2019] - Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order DLC Revealed

The upcoming Nintendo Switch exclusive Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order will have additional character packs available after release as DLC. These packs were revealed as part of Nintendo’s E3 event but few details were provided, with the official webpage for the game stating that the game will feature “The Avengers, the Guardians of the Galaxy, the X-Men, and more!” However the post then goes on to outline that you can “Then expand your ultimate alliance with the paid Expansion Pass, which includes upcoming DLC content from popular franchises like the Fantastic Four, the X-Men, and the Marvel Knights.”

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That's one biiiiiiiiiiiiiiiig Pokémon

Pokémon Sword and Shield Will Feature A New Co-Op Mode

Last week, Nintendo held a special Pokémon Direct that was focused entirely on the two forthcoming games for the Switch: Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield. Similar to past titles in the popular franchise, you'll be running around a fictional world with all sorts of wild creatures for you to capture, train, and use in battles. Those battles - whether against other players or the various Gym Leaders - have always been a big part of the Pokémon series, but they're about to get even bigger with a new co-op feature: Max Raid Battles.

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