Dungeon136 discovered in BOTW, Among Us Roadmap Teased

Today: The Pokémon 25th anniversary merchandise is appearing — Valve is considering a move down under to New Zealand — Hamsters are actually smart enough to make it through a Portal-style gauntlet

Fan unearths Breath of the Wild shrine

Think you’ve seen everything there is to see in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild? Think again, because a fan just uncovered an unused shrine called Dungeon136.

Nintendo is working on a sequel to Breath of the Wild

Breath of the Wild has kept fans busy for over three years, whether it's with inventing crazy trick shots or injecting custom character faces using Miis, and they are still discovering new secrets to this day.

Shrine template: The unfinished shrine appears to be a template, and Waikuteru's video shows the shrine with model and collision data loaded.

User-generated shrines: Breath of the Wild features 136 shrines, named Dungeon000 through to Dungeon135. Now that Dungeon136 has been discovered, it is possible that modders could create their own custom shrines and load them into Dungeon136's location, and so avoid replacing any of the existing shrines.

Who voiced Goro Majima in the English version of Yakuza?

a) Michael Rosenbaum
b) Michael Madsen
c) David Hayter
d) Mark Hamil

The answer will be revealed at the bottom of today's issue. Join up with our community on Twitter and Facebook to discuss what the answer could be.

A shady name for a shady sage

Mega Man ZX Advent features a ruling triumvirate called The Sage Trinity consisting of three masters named after scientists from the series: Dr. Thomas Light, Dr. Albert Wily and Dr. Mikhail Cossack.

Never trust a ruling triumvirate - it rarely ends well

Staying true to his namesake, Master Albert eventually turns out to be the game’s villain, betraying the Sage Trinity with his secret plot to create the Biometal Ouroboros and turn himself into a god.

Join our community on Twitter and Facebook to discuss today's fact.

Rare Blastoise and Casio Pikachu watch

A rare Blastoise card from the Pokémon trading card game sold for the eye-watering price of $360,000 at an auction.

Standard Pikachu Time with Casio's BabyG

The card was part of a limited run created by Wizards of the Coast to convince Nintendo that a trading card game would be a great idea. That makes the card considerably more valuable than a standard-issue Blastoise, and explains why it fetched such a ridiculous price.

Gotta Sell ‘Em All: A sealed first edition booster box printed by Wizards of the Coast recently went for $408,000. Some of the most iconic cards from the early editions will be reprinted by The Pokémon Company to celebrate the pocket monsters' 25th anniversary.

It’s Pikachu o'clock: Casio has just unveiled a Pokémon-styled BABY-G brand watch with Pikachu details. The watch comes in a Pokéball case and will retail for £139 when it becomes available.

Valve ‘could move’ to New Zealand

Valve is considering moving their headquarters to New Zealand, where the company would be less impacted by COVID-19 and also be able to host eports tournaments again.

New Zealand could become a ‘hot’ location for studios

Gabe Newell and his family were both left stranded during the COVID-19 lockdowns, and many employees are also interested in leaving for greener pastures. No decision has been made yet, however.

The next ‘Montreal’: "There's a lot of interest at a grass roots level inside of the company to have some people move,” Newell told New Zealand’s 1 NEWS. “There's a lot of local development talent as well – there's absolutely no reason why game development companies couldn't be located here," he added.

Tourney Down Under: Newell also mentioned hosting DOTA 2 and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive tournaments in New Zealand, following the cancellation of The International 2020. "It's a realistic possibility and it gets more realistic all the time," he said.

Who voiced Goro Majima in the English version of Yakuza?

ANSWER: Mark Hamil!

It's weird hearing Luke Skywalker say the F word this much

When the original Yakuza launched in North America in 2005, it came with plenty of big names attached: Michael Madsen, Rachel Leigh Cook and Michael Rosenbaum – and none other than Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill, as Goro Majima.

Later games in the series kept their Japanese voice-over, until Judgement and Fist of the North Star: Lost Paradise opted for full localizations. Yakuza: Like a Dragon is the first mainline game since the original to feature English voice acting, starring Matt Mercer as the Mad Dog of Shimano.

That might seem like a weird choice, but there is a connection: Mercer voiced Luke Skywalker in Star Wars: Battlefront 2! So while it’s unlikely that Mark Hamill will appear in Yakuza again, his spirit lives on … sorta.

Today's issue of DailyBits was written by Gavin Herman, Erlend Grefsrud, Simon Priest, and Jamie Davey.