Super Mario 3D World launched last week, so what’s next for Switch owners? A lot. On Wednesday Nintendo announced a roadmap for the next six months of Switch, a blizzard of new game announcements with two headlining reveals. First, a remasteredwill hit the Switch on July 15. Second, — but unlike everything else at Wednesday’s Nintendo Direct, it’ll be released next year. The show wasn’t absent of Mario either. , the iconic plumber’s third golfing jaunt, comes out on June 25.
You can rewatch the entire 50-minute Nintendo Direct on YouTube here. Scroll down to see all of the big trailers from the keynote.
Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD
Skyward Sword was originally released on the Wii in 2011 and in July will come to the Switch with modified Joy-Con motion controls in which the controllers become a sword and a shield. Fret not: You can just play the old fashioned way, with buttons.
A gruff-looking Splatoon 3 is coming to Switch next year. It was the final announcement of the presentation and the only game shown that’ll come out next year.
Mario Golf Super Rush
Mario’s third sporting adventure on the Switch, following tennis and the Olympics with Sonic, is Mario Golf Super Rush. It’ll launch in June.
Xenoblade Chronicles characters join Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
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Project Triangle Strategy, a new Square Enix RPG
No More Heroes 3
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity expansion pass
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Animal Crossing x Super Mario Bros.
Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout
B.C. woman's anxiety app featured in Apple's International Women's Day promotion – CTV News Vancouver
This International Women’s Day, a Vancouver Island woman is being recognized for a smartphone app she developed to help people who experience anxiety and panic attacks.
Ania Wysocka’s app Rootd will be featured in Apple’s App Store on International Women’s Day as part of a celebration of app developers who are women.
The Victoria resident told CTV News Vancouver she developed the app, which has been downloaded more than 600,000 times, in response to her own struggles with anxiety.
Wysocka had her first panic attack during her fourth year as an undergraduate student at the University of British Columbia.
“I really had no idea what (panic attacks) were beforehand, and I was really caught off guard,” Wysocka said. “I was far away from home, I had no family doctor, I was on a student loan budget, so I really relied on things I could find in textbooks and different resources online to figure out what was happening.”
Years later, she would look back on the experience and think about how much better it could have gone if she had known what to expect.
“That’s what inspired me to start Rootd,” she said.
The app has everything from guided meditations to an actual panic button, and Wysocka said users tend to embrace the features that help them with their specific needs.
“People really use it differently depending on what they are experiencing,” she said.
At the centre of all the app’s features is Ron, a little monster who serves as Rootd’s mascot. He’s a visual representation of anxiety, but he’s also friendly and supportive, Wysocka said.
“He was really a representation of how I felt at the time,” she said. “Through learning cognitive behavioural therapy, you kind of realize that you have to befriend some of these emotions that are otherwise really overwhelming, and so Ron became the symbol for that.”
Some of Rootd’s users really relate to Ron, Wysocka said.
“They talk about him like he is a person,” she said. “There’s reviews that come in along the lines of, you know, ‘Ron is the only one there for me,’ ‘I feel so alone, but then I have Ron and Ron gets me through the night.'”
Wysocka said she’s happy that the app has been a success and that Apple has decided to feature it for International Women’s Day.
That said, the stories of everyday people who use the app are more important to her than how many downloads it gets.
“(People) use Rootd to go back to school, they use Rootd to go back to work, they use Rootd to rebuild confidence that panic attacks and anxiety have taken away from them,” Wysocka said.
The app is available in the App Store and on Google Play, and more information is available on the Rootd website.
With files from CTV News Vancouver’s Nafeesa Karim
Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa looks for volunteers for SpaceX flight around the moon – Time Bulletin
Eccentric Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa is searching for eight civilian volunteers to take off to the Moon with him on the first-ever private commercial space trip.
The week-long journey, at first declared in 2018 and named “dearMoon” is set for 2023 onboard Elon Musk’s SpaceX Starship and Super Heavy Rocket, once known as the SpaceX Big Falcon Rocket.
Albeit the next-generation Starship is as yet in testing, a few runs finishing off with fiery crashes, Musk has guaranteed it will be prepared to leave two years and has said he accepts the mission will “make a real difference.”
It will require three days to get to the lunar planet. The Starship will loop behind it and afterward start its three-day journey back home, making it the farthest distance any human has at any point gone from Earth.
In a video posted on Tuesday, the Zozo originator clarified that the full traveler list will incorporate 10 to 12 group individuals. The 45-year-old will bankroll the expedition, however, how stays unclear.
Even though Maezawa had initially indicated that candidates be specialists, that arrangement has since “evolved.”
“Every single person who is doing something creative could be called an artist…and that is why I wanted to reach out to a wider, more diverse audience,” he said.
Presently, the Start Today Co. Chief has only two necessities: to have the option to push the envelope to help the “greater society” somehow or another and a have the willingness to help other team individuals who “share similar aspirations.”
Each picked member will wear an especially custom-tailored SpaceX suit that is made to give a compressed climate to all individuals and route communications and cooling systems to the astronauts during regular flight.
Outstandingly, in January of a year ago, Maezawa additionally launched a weird campaign to locate a “female partner” who might go with him, accepting 27,722 applications from single women older than 20 years of age.
The selectee would co-star in a reality show about the interaction on Japanese streaming service AbemaTV.
Nonetheless, following analysis, he immediately canceled the search and issued an apology.
At this moment, pre-applications for the selection process are expected by March 14 at 6:59 p.m. PT and beginning screening will start a week later. The last interviews and medical checks are planned for late May.
Inspiration4, another civilian mission in support of St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, means to take off in SpaceX’s Dragon – which is now affirmed for human flight – when the year’s end.
iPhone 11 Fished Out of B.C. Lake, Still Works After 6 Months Underwater – iPhone in Canada
An Apple iPhone 11 was recently fished out of British Columbia’s Harrison Lake by free divers Clayton Helkenberg and his wife Heather, with the phone remaining in fully-working condition and returned to its owner, reports CBC News.
Clayton and Heather are free divers from Chilliwack who spend their spare time cleaning up the 279m deep Harrison Lake in British Columbia, and document their progress on their YouTube channel ‘Aquatic Monkey’.
The free diving couple’s adventures often include the odd smartphone or GoPro find at the bottom of the lake, but on this rare occasion, the phone simply worked as soon as Clayton tried turning it on at home.
“I took it home, cleaned the dirt off of it and it just turned right on, so it was pretty amazing”, said the free diver.
The iPhone performs beautifully in drop tests and even though iPhones are inherently well-waterproofed, the iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 are known to simply excel at underwater endurance. Even so, just turning on after spending 6 months at the bottom of a lake is just something else.
This particular iPhone 11 belonged to Vancouver resident Fatemeh Ghodsi, who was understandably skeptical when Clayton texted her to inform her that he is in possession of the phone she lost in Harrison Lake six months ago.
Ghodsi originally dropped the phone in the water back in September while riding bumper boats in Lake Harrison. “I was in a situation where I kind of lost balance and dropped it in the water”, she said.
One flabbergasted trip to Chilliwack later, however, Ghodsi now has the iPhone 11 she had already made peace with losing back, and that too in full working condition. She was able to get back full access to your photos, contacts and more.
“I was in complete shock, initially to start with. It was kind of like a zombie phone coming back to me, because I’d totally made peace with it being gone”, she added.
Again, this goes to show the awesome waterproofing of Apple’s iPhones, which we’ve already seen in underwater tests. It’s also a good reminder to have some sort of backup plan in place, specifically with iCloud, so you can rest assured if you lose your phone, you won’t lose all your precious photos and data.
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