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‘Cooking Mama: Cookstar’ Is Going Through Some Drama With “Unauthorized” Launch

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‘Cooking Mama’ lands in hot water
Looks like a small stove fire just started in the kitchen…
The license holder and publisher of the new “Cooking Mama: Cookstar” have taken to the Internet to argue over who has control over the title.
The original developer of the DS game, Office Create, first licensed Cookstar to publisher Planet Entertainment back in 2018. Later in March, the game was made available on Nintendo Switch, but it was pulled from shelves days after being available for sale.
Office Create released a statement saying that the title “failed to meet the standards its customers expect and deserve.” The developer raised their concerns with Plant Entertainment, but it seems the publisher went ahead and released the game anyways.

The drama surrounding Cooking Mama: Cookstar is reaching reality TV levels of entertainment…. #cookingmamacookstar https://t.co/Oh1XEkkWX1
— GameSense (@GameSensedotCo) April 17, 2020

However, Office Create said in a statement that Planet was “contractually obligated” to address all concerns before release. As a result, Office Create is considering legal action against Plant in order to protect customers, property rights and the Cooking Mama series.
Plant Entertainment released its own statement saying that “creative differences arose” that were “outside the scope” of the two companies’ agreement. The statement went on to say that “there is no active litigation or ruling that prevents Planet from publishing the game.”
“Cooking Mama” is a popular series of cooking simulation-styled games. Players perform different kitchen tasks through the instructions of “Mama” and must cook various meals. So far, there have been five main games on Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS, two spin-offs on Wii and DS, and one spin-off on 3DS.

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Blizzard wants to release on the Nintendo Switch more of their games

The President of Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. J. J. Allen Brack very pleased with the success of Diablo III: Eternal Collection for Nintendo Switch. And, apparently, on a single project publisher will stop.
“We are fans of this platform, fans of Nintendo, fans of Nintendo, fans of the Switch. This is a really good platform and it is very interesting to play” — said Brack in an interview with VentureBeat. On the question of whether Blizzard Entertainment to operate in the future with Nintendo, the company President replied that the Switch “has several unique properties that are not available on platforms Xbox and Sony. Think about what games make sense for this type of console is that we will never stop fighting to do”.
Diablo III: Eternal Collection for Nintendo Switch — not just a port. Advertising campaign of the game included a funny sketch with the participation of the former President of Nintendo of America Reggie Fils-Aime (Reggie Fils-Aime), a limited edition console and even an exclusive character in the form of Ganondorf.
Hard to imagine any of the current Blizzard Entertainment games can come to Nintendo Switch. Perhaps Hearthstone? In any case, the company is developing several unannounced projects, and any of them could potentially come out on the Nintendo Switch. However, Blizzard Entertainment had previously announced that in 2019 there will be no major releases. So whatever the company had planned for the console in the near future we will try.
Diablo III: Eternal Collection for Nintendo Switch came out November 2, 2018.

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Nintendo Halts Switch Shipments Amid Explosive Sales

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Looks like Mario and Animal Crossing have been keeping people busy
With millions of Americans staying home because of the COVID-19 outbreak, children and adults alike are taking up their Switch to play fun games and pass the time. Despite being three years old, the console still remains a hot commodity, selling over 52 million units.
However, because of the stay at home order and many people using the Switch to play fun games and keep sane, the console is sold out at most major retailers. “Nintendo Switch hardware is selling out at various retail locations in the US, but more systems are on the way,” Nintendo said. “We apologize for any inconvenience.”
Retailers like Target, GameStop and Best Buy lists various versions of the console as sold out both in-store and online. When it comes to Walmart and Amazon, because third-party sellers offer products at a markup, the Switch is still available, but only if you are willing to pay more than the retail price.
The recent launch of “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” no doubt triggered the Switch’s increase in sales. The game sold nearly 2 million copies in Japan alone in its first three days. In the US, the game has proven equally as popular, with people playing and posting their adventures on social media.
By: Maytinee Kramer

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Fire Up That Gaming Console And Social Distance The Right Way

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Gaming with your friends and practicing social distancing
A lot of people have been struggling with what to do at home since social distancing came into play. Adjusting to the loneliness of life during the pandemic might seem difficult at first, but there is an unexpected community waiting for those who are willing to venture online.
Gamers—what many believe to be pajama-wearing basement dwellers—have spent years building and maintaining online communities. Instead of navigating communities of the real world, they have pioneered communication, relationships, and intimacy at a distance over the Internet.
Gaming, whether online or not, maintains physical distance while occupying your mind and giving you some fun goals to complete. But if you’re new to the gaming world yet still own a PlayStation 4, PC, Nintendo Switch or Xbox One, then here are some recommended games that are equally entertaining and community building.
If you haven’t heard by now, “Animal Crossing: New Horizons” is selling like hotcakes. It is currently the fastest-selling Switch game ever in Japan with 1.88 million physical copies sold on its first weekend of release. The simulation game is for kids—and adults—of all ages that place the gamer on a deserted island to enhance and build their own “paradise,” as described by the game’s website, using only natural resources.
Once settled into your new island, “Animal Crossing” allows players to connect with other players either through local play that does not require an Internet connection or a Nintendo online subscription. Either way, you can visit another person’s island or they can visit yours.
If you haven’t heard of Minecraft, then trust me, your kids certainly have. Minecraft is probably the most popular game in the gaming world, and even though it may look graphically unimpressive, the open-world platform is engaging, educational and creative.
Together, players from all over can build their own world—much like Legos without the mess—by “mining” for all the materials they need to live. Anything from a house to a castle can be built; the opportunities are infinite, the game is available across many platforms, and there are several modes of play.
Minecraft allows players to join in each other’s worlds to play, fight, build and create without the limits of the real world. Another fun game that is game night with friends right from the comfort of your own home is Jackbox Games.
Dubbed “the wildest Party Pack yet” on its website, this game utilizes phones or tablets as controllers and allows up to 10 players and an audience of up to 10,000. Available across many different platforms, the games-whether trivia, drawing or writing jokes—provides hours of entertainment for friends and family even if no one is physically together.
So what are you waiting for? Social distance the right way and play your favorite games together with friends and family!
By: Maytinee Kramer


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