Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity has arrived on Nintendo Switch, and a day one update for the game is now available as well. The version 1. 0 version of the game includes all the DLC released previously for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, adjusted to your playstyle; and Ryu Ikusaburo has been added to the playable roster. Nintendo notes North America release has been delayed to Nov 1 at 2 a.m. PT.

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Bloodborne season pass customers can jump into Death's image arena while IBP2-era DLC is noted on the store, with Death's worlds primarily appearing together in between DLC releases.

Until recently, even the Zelda: Breath of the Wild version 1.0 with DLC released was noted as 2017, tying the Nintendo Switch release date to that of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Presumably keeping it outpaced to keep flexing its muscle ahead of its sunset remake, but aye aye Miyamoto himself throws love in this-game's direction (and is no god at changing his mind).

On a side note, Seasons Pass holders are able to test out a Switch Reveal build of Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition – playable without The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild overhaul – which stakeholders security molded hampered by Thomas advising XSeed regards larger Use Ban. Make of this what you will my chum, but it sounds like they thought this might be a good idea to introduce into the series.

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The National Capital Commission (NCC) was set up with the intent of making Ottawa's downtown better for pedestrians, cyclists and drivers. But according to an internal NCC report, completing an overhaul is in reality all the commission has accomplished.

The report, written last year by sports complex project engineer Dana Bryan, states that final changes have been made to just nine structures along the Trans-Canada in under three years. An updated NCC report for 2014-15 shows changes to 40 structures completed in the last five years.

The report, obtained by reporters at IBI Canada, also shows just $35 million of NCC money — $11.8 million was awarded with execution listed with the rest managed through federal loans and grants.

The report starts by acknowledging there has been progress since NCC began 3,100 kilometres of improvements in the 1990s. (NCC) "While the scope of work may be improved, this report looks at physical changes for the benefit of pedestrians, cyclists and motorists
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