Last week, Nintendo teased a new gaming accessory for the Nintendo Switch. The accessory in question looked like some kind of fitness-related accessory where users could squeeze it and attach Joy-Con controllers to it. Now it looks like the accessory has since been made official where it is known as the Ring Fit Adventure.
The gadget comes in two parts, one of which is the Ring-Con and the other is the Leg Strap. This can be used to interact with games, like for example with the Leg Strap, Nintendo has suggested that users can wear it on their leg and run in place to move their characters in a game.
The company went as far as holding off on development on the Switch, and now it looks like they seem to think that they made a bad decision. During a recent investor’s call, EA’s CEO Andrew Wilson hinted that EA’s games might not necessarily be a good fit for the Switch.
According to Wilson, “We have a lot of data that would suggest a great many Switch owners also own a PlayStation 4 or an Xbox One or a PC and very often choose to play the games that we make on those platforms, even though they have a Switch and they enjoy a lot of great content on the Switch.”
One of our spy photographers has caught the next-generation Honda Fit out testing again. There's less camouflage on this model, and we even get a look at the interior. Overall, the car looks sleeker and cuter than the chunky, aggressive current model.
In profile, the new Fit has a more swept back windshield. The nose stands a bit more proud than before, and the hood doesn't blend quite as seamlessly into the windshield pillars. Acres of glass are still present, though, so visibility should still be remarkable. Looking closely, there appear to be plastic fender flares over the wheel arches, which might indicate Honda will offer a crossover-inspired model.
ONE OK ROCK have unveiled live footage of their new song "Stand Out Fit In."
This song can be found in the band's new album "Eye of the Storm" scheduled to be released on February 13. They performed it at their orchestra live 'ONE OK ROCK with Orchestra Japan Tour 2018' held last October at Saitama Super Arena and Osaka-jo Hall.
Security cameras will be installed in East Japan Railway Co.'s (JR East) 8,300 train cars that run in the Tokyo metropolitan area following the deadly Shinkansen knife attack in June, the company announced July 3.
The railway operator had already announced in April that it would install such cameras in all its new train cars starting this fiscal year, but is now expanding the installation program.