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  • Animal Crossing for Nintendo Switch (working title): A new mainline game in the Animal Crossing series – the first since Animal Crossing: New Leaf debuted on Nintendo 3DS in 2013 – is slated for a 2019 release exclusively on Nintendo Switch. Isabelle Joins the Fight!: Taking a break from assisting mayors and just being an all-around lovely pup, Isabelle from the Animal Crossing series is joining the roster as a playable fighter in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
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  • Nintendo Switch Online: With Nintendo Switch Online, members gain access to online play and Save Data Cloud backup in compatible games, the NES – Nintendo Switch Online collection of classic games with added online play, special offers and a smartphone app with features to make online gaming sessions more fun and engaging for supported games. In addition to Splatoon 2, more online games will support voice chat through the app, including Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, ARMS and Mario Tennis Aces. Nintendo Switch owners won’t automatically become members when the service launches on Sept. 18, so they will need to purchase an individual or family membership in order to continue enjoying their online play in compatible games. For pricing information, and to pre-order a 3- or 12-month individual membership from select retailers so you can be ready to go once the service launches, visit https://www.nintendo.com/switch/online-service/pricing. A free seven-day trial will also be available. At launch, 20 NES games, including Super Mario Bros. 3, The Legend of Zelda, and the newly announced Ice Hockey and Pro Wrestling (available for the first time since its 1987 release) will be available to play, with more games added regularly.
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  • New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe: Up to four players can enjoy this revamped version of the classic Wii U launch game when it comes to Nintendo Switch on Jan. 11. Mario, Luigi and Toad return as playable characters, and are joined by Nabbit and Toadette, who can also turn into Peachette by getting a Super Crown, offering new ways for beginners to play together with friends and family. New Super Luigi U, the first platformer with Luigi in a starring role, will also be included in New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe at no extra charge. Between both games, there are a whopping 164 courses to play. Mamma mia!
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  • Splatoon 2 Version 4 Update: Starting tonight, the first set of weapons in the Kensa Collection is coming to Splatoon 2 as part of the new Version 4.0 update. These familiar weapons are painted with stylish monotone designs. In addition, significant new Splatfest changes are coming as part of this update. In early October, Version 4.1 will bring a new stage, new songs and more Kensa Collection weapon sets complete with new sub and special weapons. Check out the Squid Research Lab Tumblr for more details.
  • Mario Tennis Aces Version 2.0 Update: After downloading a free update to the action-packed sports game on Sept. 19, players will have access to a new online co-op mode that lets players participate in time-limited missions with other players. Players who complete objectives while these missions are active will receive special outfits, characters with alternate color schemes and more. Also, be on the lookout for new upcoming playable characters like Birdo, Shy Guy, Koopa Paratroopa and Petey Piranha.
  • Diablo III: Eternal Collection: The Nintendo Switch version of this classic action-RPG will send players on a journey through Sanctuary, where they’ll vanquish the armies of Hell and plunder powerful loot as one of the seven playable classes. Up to four players can adventure together via local or online multiplayer. The Nintendo Switch version of the game features the exclusive Legend of Ganondorf cosmetic armor set, compatibility with all amiibo figures and more. Diablo III: Eternal Collection launches Nov. 2.
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  • Warframe: New fans can join more than 38 million players for free-to-start co-op space-ninja action when Warframe launches for Nintendo Switch on Nov. 20.
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Brazilian Big12 series, Episode 4/12: Grêmio

Previous episodes: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense
In this series I will present each of the 12 Brazilian teams that together compose the "Big 12". My point is to make them more knowledgeable to you, since each one of these teams have their share of the Brazil national team success and of Brazilian club football accomplishments as a whole. I'll try to be as smooth, efficient and non-boring as I can. If the feedback is positive, I'll keep bringing more to this series. So ok, let's do this!
Method: I'll present the teams in a chronological order, from the oldest foundation (Flamengo-1895) to the latest one (São Paulo-1930). The order will be: Flamengo, Vasco, Fluminense, Grêmio, Botafogo, Atlético Mineiro, Internacional, Corinthians, Santos, Palmeiras, Cruzeiro, São Paulo. How many of these have you heard of?
Extra clubs: Due to a high number of requests, I'll also present 3 teams who don't belong to the Big12, but are also considered big clubs in Brazil: Bahia, Athletico Paranaense and Coritiba. Welcome to the club!
Geographical reference: Before we start, I'd like to ask something very simple from you. I want you to keep in mind that these 12 teams are spread in 4 different States in Brazil. The club's State name is written below, next to the club's name. It has a direct link to Google Maps, so that you can check it out to make this experience more accurate.

Episode 4/12: Grêmio (State: Rio Grande do Sul), founded in 1903

State rival: Internacional

Stadium: Olímpico Old / New

Mascot: The Musketeer

Major achievements: 1 Intercontinental Cup (1983), 3 Copa Libertadores (1983, 1995, 2017), 2 Brazilian Leagues (1981, 1996), 5 Copa do Brasil (1989, 1994, 1997, 2001, 2016)

State League titles: 38 (Against Internacional's 45)

PLAY AND LISTEN TO GREMIO'S ANTHEM WHILE READING - Click here
Introduction
Even on foot we will go... That's how Grêmio's heroic anthem (2m27s music) begins. It goes on with Against all obstacles / But we sure will be / With Grêmio wherever Grêmio may be. The chills and inspiration Grêmio's anthem gives is an indication of the struggle, the guts of this team and their supporters. Before we jump to historical stories, a quick cultural context is imperative for this team.
Grêmio, as well as their state rival Internacional, is from the most southern state in Brazil, Rio Grande do Sul (GoogleMaps location). As you can see on the map, they're closer to Uruguay and Argentina than to the states of Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro - they actually share borders with these countries, and as expected, there's a lot of cultural similarities on these place's life and football. That becomes clear on their football style of much technique, but also of lots of guts and pride, intimidating adversaries who play on the coldness of these regions.
The beginnings
Grêmio was founded in 1903, in the city of Porto Alegre. They would play their first derby against Internacional in 1909, beating them 10-0, and have their first black player in 1913.
In this amateur and recently professionalized era, Grêmio would mostly play metropolitan and state leagues, due to Brazil's bigness and lack of infrastructure for a National League until 1959. Just for a comparison, the state of Rio Grande do Sul alone has the approximate size of all Italy.
The Olimpico stadium and the seven consecutive State League title streak (1954-1980)
In 1954, Grêmio inaugurated their long time dream stadium, the Olimpico, with a 38.000 public capacity.
Between 1956 and 1968, Grêmio won 12 out of 13 State League titles, notably winning 7 consecutive titles between 1962-68. They also reached the new-formed National League) semi-finals in 1959, 1963 and in 1967#Classifica%C3%A7%C3%A3o_do_quadrangular_final), being knocked off twice by the impossible Santos of Pelé. Until 1966, only the State Champions were allowed into the National League.
In 1970, Grêmio also had their first player to be part of a World Cup-winning team, namely Everaldo (LB), starter, who was honored with a golden star in Grêmio's crest.
The 1980s and the big titles - National, Continental and World champions
After a discreet 1970s decade, Grêmio shifted to great campaigns and titles in the 1980s. The Gaúchos won 1 Brazilian League, 1 Copa do Brasil, 1 Copa Libertadores, 1 Intercontinental Cup, 1 Brazilian Supercup and 6 State Leagues. They also finished 2nd in one more Brazilian League and Copa Libertadores.
The 1980s was a decade when most of Brazilian players stayed in Brazil, so the competitiveness was still very high - their moves to Italy's Serie A were usually short-timed.
Besides Grêmio, teams like Zico's Flamengo, Socrates' Corinthians, Dinamite's Vasco, Cerezo's Atletico Mineiro and Fluminense were among the best squads of that time. Below, some of the great Grêmio players in the decade:
Player Period Apps Goals World Cup participations
Leão 1980-82 180 0 4 (1970, 1974, 1978, 1986)
Mazaropi 1983-90 425 0 -
PC Caju 1983 5 0 2 (1970, 1974)
Paulo Isidoro 1980-82 60 18 1 (1982)
Renato Gaucho 1980-86 179 50 1 (1990)*
Mario Sérgio 1983 1** 0 -
Baltazar 1979-82 293 130 -
Tarciso 1973-86 721 226 -
De Leon 1981-84 242 11 1 (1990)
  • Renato Gaucho was cut off from the 1986 World Cup for partying until the morning during the preparation. His party friend, Leandro, decided to cut himself off too in Renato Gaucho's solidarity.
** Mario Sergio was bought exclusively for the dispute of the 1983 Intercontinental Cup against Hamburg, in which he played greatly, helping Grêmio become Club World champions.
In the 1981 Brazilian League, Grêmio, led by Paulo Isidoro - Golden Ball of the league and their only player elected to the Best XI - met Sao Paulo in the big final. In the 1st leg, they started badly, missing a penalty and watching Sao Paulo open the score. However, with two goals from Paulo Isidoro - the 2nd one with a big mistake from great Sao Paulo GK Waldir Peres - Grêmio won the match 2-1 in the 2nd half. In the 2nd leg, Grêmio won the title after a 1-0 victory, with this beautiful goal by their topscorer Baltazar.
In 1982, Grêmio reached again the Brazilian League final, losing to Zico's Flamengo in the big final, 1-0, at home. They qualified, however, to the 1983 Copa Libertadores.
1983, Copa Libertadores and World Champions: Grêmio's greatest season
In what was their 2nd Copa Libertadores participation, Grêmio played 12 matches, with 8W-3D-1L. In the group stage, they notably got the only qualifying spot being in the same group of Flamengo. In their 1st match, 1-1, De Leon scored an important equalizer at '80, which helped Grêmio qualify one round in advance, and beat Flamengo 3-1 with no pressure in the last group match.
In the 2nd group stage phase, Grêmio topped a group that had Estudiantes and América de Cali. Their decisive match was against Estudiantes, in Argentina, and as expected there was a lot of violence in a match that ended 3-3, but with a very firm referee that sent off 4 Estudiantes players. However, the assistant referee was hurt by the supporters, as well as one Grêmio player in the half-time by the Estudiantes' forces, and also their bus driver at the end of the match who had his finger broken. Grêmio was, nevertheless, qualified to the Copa Libertadores final against Peñarol, from Uruguay.
In the 1st leg, they tied 1-1 (1mn35s video), with Peñarol equalizing at '70. Grêmio would play the 2nd leg at home, at the Olimpico, and when the match was 1-1, right-winger Renato Gaucho found a splendid cross surrounded by two Uruguayans in a tiny space, so that Cesar could score the winning goal, crowning Grêmio South American champions for the first time, being the 5th Brazilian team to achieve it.
1983 Intercontinental Cup: Grêmio Club World Champions
In the 11th December 1983, Grêmio flew to Tokyo, to play the Intercontinental Cup against the European champions, Hamburg, of the maestro Felix Magath. It was the same Hamburg team that went 36 matches undefeated that season. Renato Gaúcho opened the score with this beautiful goal, after leaving the German CB completely confused. Hamburg tied at '85 with Schröder, but Renato Gaucho scored his team's 2nd goal in extra time, securing Grêmio their first club world title, and the best season of their history.
In 1984, Grêmio reached once again the Copa Libertadores final, but this time they lost against Independiente (0-1 and 0-0).
1989-1997: when Grêmio became Brazil's "Rei de Copas" (King of Cups)
Grêmio kicked off badly in the 1990s, being relegated in the 1991 National League to serie B - being the first team from the Big12 to do so, but were promoted back in 1992.
Things would start to change in 1993, with the arrival of Luiz Felipe Scolari, the eventual international multichampion Felipão ("Big Phil"). He helped cement Grêmio as Brazil's King of Cups, with a very defensive style and two great forwards: Paulo Nunes and Jardel.
Tournament Pos. M W D L GS GC GA %
Copa do Brasil 1989 1st 9 7 2 0 25 4 +21 85%
Brazil Supercup 1990 1st 2 1 1 0 2 0 +2 67%
Copa do Brasil 1994 1st 10 5 4 1 13 6 +7 63%
Copa Libertadores 1995 1st 14 8 4 2 29 14 +15 67%
Brazilian League (with K.O stages) 1996 1st 29 14 6 9 52 34 +18 55%
Recopa Sudamericana 1996 1st 1 1 0 0 4 1 +3 100%
Copa do Brasil 1997 1st 10 5 0 5 19 12 +7 50%
Copa do Brasil 1991 2nd 10 6 4 0 12 4 +8 73%
Copa do Brasil 1993 2nd 10 4 4 2 19 12 +7 53%
Copa do Brasil 1995 2nd 10 4 2 4 12 10 +2 47%
Intercontinental Cup 1995 2nd 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 33%
Total - 106 55 28 23 187 97 +90 61%
In this period, Grêmio reached 9 major finals in Cup-style tournaments, winning 5 of them, and also winning 2 more bonus cups (Supercup and Recopa).
Highlights to their 1995 Copa Libertadores campaign, with a sonorous 5-0 against Brazilian Champions Palmeiras (3mn27s video) in the quarter-finals (though getting a historical 1-5 in the 2nd leg). They then beat Emelec and Atlético Nacional (3-1 and 1-1) in the final and Grêmio became continental champions for their 2nd time. The Paulo Nunes-Jardel duo made a mess in the tournament, specially Jardel, who was the topscorer with 12 goals (8 of them in the knock-out phase), scoring in every stage.
In November 1995, Grêmio traveled to Tokyo, for the Intercontinental Cup against Van Gaal's and Kluivert's Ajax. After a 0-0 draw with extra time, Van der Sar star shone brighter in the penalty kicks, with Ajax winning it 4-3 and becoming club world champions.
In 1996, Grêmio won their 2nd Brazilian League. Even after Jardel's departure to Porto, Felipão's Grêmio managed to beat the strong Palmeiras of Velloso, Cafu, Rincon, Luizão and Djalminha in the quarter-finals (3-1 and 0-1), then Goias, and finally Zé Roberto's Portuguesa in tense final matches (0-2 and 2-0), with reserve Ailton scoring the goal of the title at minute 84. Paulo Nunes was the topscorer of the league with 16 goals, and elected to the league's Best XI, along with his teammates Batista and Carlos Goiano.
Name Nickname Period Apps Goals Also idol at
Paulo Nunes Blond Devil 1995-97 144 70 Flamengo, Palmeiras
Jardel - 1995-96 91 81 Porto, Sporting
In 1997, now without Felipão, Grêmio won another Copa do Brasil. They notably knocked-off Portuguesa and Corinthians, before having two ties against Romario's and Savio's Flamengo in the final (0-0 and 2-2), and becoming champions on away goals. Highlights to Corinthians' Marcelinho Carioca penalty miss in the 1st SF leg and to Grêmio's "luck" in the 2nd SF leg, to this beautiful opening goal in the big final, as well as the goal of the title at '79 by Carlos Miguel. Paulo Nunes was the cup's topscorer, with 9 goals.
In the 1990s, Grêmio also won 5 State League titles out of 10.
2004-2005: New relegation and the epic-crazy-legendary Battle of the Aflitos
After a disappointing 2004, Grêmio was relegated to serie B once again.
In the final quadrangular, Grêmio needed at least a tie to guarantee themselves in 2006 Serie A, while Nautico needed a simple victory, at home, to take Grêmio's spot.
Pos. Team P M W D L GS GC GD
1 Grêmio 9 5 2 3 0 7 4 3
2 Santa Cruz 7 5 2 1 2 5 7 -2
3 Náutico 6 5 2 0 3 6 5 1
4 Portuguesa 5 5 1 2 2 8 10 -2
Bold: Qualifying to 2006 Serie A
As expected, the hostility against Grêmio was huge. Nautico is a team from the northeastern part of Brazil (hotter and more African), while Grêmio is from the most southern state of the country (colder and more European), so it was also an "interregional war".
Grêmio went there to park the bus, but Nautico had a penalty on their favor in the 1st half, which they missed.
At minute 80, Grêmio (that only had 10 players) centre-back commited a controversial penalty. A huge confusion took place, lasting 20 minutes, and 3 more Grêmio players were sent off, leaving their team with only 7 players and one penalty against them. However, in those rare magic moments of football, Grêmio's GK Gallato saved it. Grêmio still needed to hold 10 minutes with 7 players without conceding a goal, but on the next move, Anderson went through 2 adversaries and scored the winning and Serie A-qualifying goal. Unbelievable!
This story became a movie that was released in 2007, named Unbelievable - The Battle of the Aflitos.
In the following years, Grêmio quickly reestablished themselves as giants, finishing 3rd on their Serie A comeback in 2006, thus qualifying to 2007 Copa Libertadores, in which they finished 2nd, losing the final to Riquelme's Boca Juniors (0-2 and 0-3). In 2008 they finished 2nd in the Brazilian League, qualifying once again to the Copa Libertadores, in which they reached the SF, in 2009.
In the 2000s, Grêmio also won 4 State Leagues out of 10.
2010-today: Copa do Brasil and Copa Libertadores legacy
In the 2010s, Grêmio reached 5 Copa do Brasil semi-finals, winning it in 2016, when they beat Atlético Mineiro (3-1 and 1-1) in the finals.
In 2017, another special year for Grêmio: they won their 3rd Copa Libertadores. With great players such as Grohe, Geromel, Arthur and Luan, Grêmio topped their group stage and had 6W-1D-1L in the K.O. phase, against Godoy Cruz, Botafogo, Barcelona de Guyaquil and Lanús, which they beat in the final (1-0 and 2-1). Highlights to the "defense of the year" by Grohe, in the SF 1st leg, when it was 1-0 (ended 3-0 for Grêmio). Grohe also saved the team in the final 1st leg, until Cícero scored the winning goal at '82.
In the big final in Argentina, Grêmio's Fernandinho opened the score at '26, after a deep solo run from his own field and this chirurgical conclusion. At '41, Luan scored a masterpiece of a goal setting the match 2-0, and paving the way to the title. The match ended 2-1, and Grêmio were crowned South American champions for the 3rd time.
Luan scored 8 goals and was elected the best player of the tournament, and Geromel the best defender. Posteriorly, Luan, deceived with no big proposal from Europe, had a huge drop in his club performance, leaving to Corinthians in 2020.
In December, Grêmio traveled to Japan for the Club World Cup. They beat Paxuca, from Mexico, 1-0 in the extra time, with a beautiful goal from Everton Cebolinha. They lost the final 0-1 to Real Madrid, with Cristiano Ronaldo scoring at '52, from a free-kick.
Player Period Apps Goals Assists Brazil NT Caps
Grohe 2005-18 408 0 0 2
Luan 2014-19 288 75 56 2
Everton 2014- 270 69 30 14
Geromel 2014- 266 14 ? 2
Arthur 2015-18 70 6 4 20
Kannemann 2016- 166 4 ? 6 (Argentina)
Special Extra Part: the GreNal (#8th Biggest Derby in the World by FourFourTwo)
One can't write about Grêmio without dedicating an exclusive part to the biggest derby in Brazil, the GreNal (Grêmio vs. Internacional). Foreigners will usually think about FlaFlu or even Palmeiras x Corinthians, but that has become very debatable. Rio and Sao Paulo states have 4 big rivals, which means the rivalry there is more diluted, meanwhile in the Rio Grande do Sul state, there are only Grêmio and Internacional, it's Blue against Red over the entire state (which has the size of Italy), you feel like in another country (Argentina/Uruguay) because of the coldness and of the far cultural distance from the rest of the country, being more European-oriented. Their rivalry has a history of guts and ferocity, skills and violence, and is a must for any foreigner traveling to Porto Alegre.
To this day, Grêmio has a fanbase of 8 million supporters, and a stadium attendance average of 22.000, as of 2019. Their youth system is notable, having formed great players like Lucas Leiva, Emerson, Renato Gaucho, Ronaldinho, Anderson Polga, and more recently Douglas Costa, Arthur and Everton.
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