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Splasher is making its way to Switch, Splashteam and The Sidekicks have announced. The 2D platformer featuring arcade-action gameplay released on Steam earlier this year with a strong reception.

Here’s an overview of Splasher:

“Armed with a splatter cannon, players launch an attack on a paint factory in order to save the workers, called the Splashers and stand up against the evil boss. The amazing paint cannon grants you color superpowers. Splashers can stick to the walls, bounce, or attack enemies. To succeed in this noble mission and put an end to the madness, players will have to put their skills and reflexes to the test and face whatever the factory throws at them.
Splasher has been acknowledged for its inch-perfect level design that makes it very popular in the Speedrun community. The game offers several competitive modes and world leaderboards and started a #SplasherChallenge that led to a fierce competition between players including some very skilled youtubers and twitchers. As a reward for the developers the game already made its way to the next SGDQ line-up, the most popular worldwide speedrun event.”

Splasher is hitting Switch sometime this fall. View a trailer for the game below.

Source: The Sidekicks PR

Announced during last night’s ARMS Direct, the Splatoon 2 Switch bundle can now be pre-ordered in Europe. Amazon Germany has it up here, and Amazon France has it here. We’ve also included the Switch case for Amazon Germany’s page.

Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors is the latest game to have joined the Switch eShop. Take a look at some footage of the download below.

Tons of Thumper footage

Posted on 1 week ago by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop | 0 comments | 0 Likes

Plenty of footage has come in for the new Switch eShop release Thumper. We’ve rounded up a bunch of videos below.

Grand Prix was one of several modes announced for ARMS during the game’s Direct yesterday. Over on the game’s website, a noteworthy tidbit is shared. Grand Prix mode has seven levels of difficulty, so it should keep you busy for awhile.

You’ll want to spend time in Grand Prix if you’re interested in Ranked Matches. In order to participate, you need become a champion above level 4.


System3 has posted the last 2 episodes for their “Undesirable Guide” series featuring 2 new characters coming to Constructor.

First up is the Killer Clown, he is described “as being less child friendly but more of an arsonist that has a penchant for damage.” The second character is the Psycho, “he doesn’t pull any punches, but he can saw up buildings and causing huge amounts of havoc.”

You can check out the two episodes below for more information about the characters.

Thanks to a special European hands-on event, DigitalFoundry has uploaded a new video analysis in which we can take a closer look at how ARMS performs when running on Switch.

Apparently, ARMS will run at a stable 60 FPS in all types of available playstyles, but the 1080p resolution will drop to 900p if we play a 2 or 4-player splitscreen match. Sadly, in 4-player multiplayer the frames per second will be reduced to 30 FPS in order to maintain a good playing flow.

Check out the video below to see for yourselves how good ARMS is looking.


Layton’s Mystery Journey details

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Update: Added in additional details below.

Original: Level-5 issued a new media blast for Layton’s Mystery Journey today. Along with screenshots, the latest information was also published.

Professor Hershel Layton has suddenly disappeared, so in order to find her father, Katrielle begins a “General Shop and Puzzle-Solving Detective Service” and establishes the Layton Detective Company. She takes on all sorts of cases from finding pets to determining culprits in murder cases, and her bizarre ideas continue to result in her achieving accurate results in solving mysteries. Obtaining such a reputation, the Layton Detective Company continues to receive many kinds of requests.

This week’s European Nintendo Downloads are as follows:

Switch Download

ACA NeoGeo Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors – €6.99 / £6.29
Thumper – €19.99 / £15.99

Switch Demo

Disgaea 5 Complete

Wii U Virtual Console

Super Star Soldier – €5.99 / £5.39

This week’s North American Nintendo Downloads are as follows:

Switch Download

ACA NeoGeo Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors – $7.99
Dark Witch Music Episode: Rudymical – $7.99
Thumper – $19.99

Switch Demo

Disgaea 5 Complete

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