Early last year, Elon Musk said we’d see two humans take a trip around the moon at some point in 2018. Now, SpaceX has switched its plans from using a Falcon Heavy rocket to its upcoming BFR vehicle, which may be delayed — we should find out for sure on Monday at 9 PM ET. That’s when SpaceX will announce the first private passenger to fly around the moon and reveal why they’re taking the trip.
Before Nintendo Online lights up on September 18th, the company announced with one of its Direct live streams a slew of new information, including all the classic NES titles that will be available for paying subscribers at launch. The biggest reveal was a pair of wireless NES controllers, which will cost $60 and are available exclusively to Nintendo Online subscribers.
Also, an SSMBU-branded Nintendo Switch is on the way that will be bundled with a copy of the game for $360. An update that adds exploding spray paint to Splatoon 2 is already available, while Animal Crossing and New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe will arrive on Switch next year. Finally, if you want a peek at how Switch can handle new-gen games with higher requirements, Nintendo Japan announced that Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey is coming to the console, but it will only be available for play via cloud streaming.
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