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Mantis Burn Racing joins the Switch eShop this week among a smattering of other titles. We have the game’s launch trailer below.

This week’s Splatoon 2 update adds a whole bunch of stuff, including new music. The first sample from Bottom Feeders was released yesterday, and now we’re able to listen to some music from Ink Theory. Check it out in the video below.

This week’s newest NeoGeo game for Switch is Soccer Brawl, which debuted today. Get a look at some footage below.

Earlier today, Team17 hosted a live stream to show off the final version of Worms W.M.D. See the archive below with tons of gameplay.

Zoink is bringing over one of its classic games, Stick it to the Man, to Switch this week. Have a look at some footage below.

Nintendo is back again with another UK commercial for Xenoblade Chronicles 2. It’s the same sort of ad we’ve seen in Japan, but with English voices. Watch it below.

With the latest ARMS update, Nintendo introduced a new Party Crash mode. The first session has started today.

Party Crash is a special form of Party Match that runs for a limited time. Players need to adapt to new rules in order to rack up points and raise their Lab Level. A bonus period will also appear at certain times to give you a chance to increase your point earnings. Every Party Crash is also based around different fighters, so you can earn more points by using one of them.

Here’s some footage of Party Crash:

A few days ago, Zen Studios hosted a live stream on Facebook. The event gave us a look at Pinball FX3 running on Switch, and the team answered a few questions from fans. Watch the full recording below.

Flyhigh Works has announced that OPUS: The Day We Found Earth is heading to the Japanese Switch eShop next week. It’s due out on November 30.

Here’s a trailer for the game:

OPUS: The Day We Found Earth will cost 500 yen on Switch.

We don’t have to remind you that 2K’s handling of WWE 2K18 on Switch has been incredibly odd. Since the initial announcement awhile back, we’ve barely heard a peep about the game. Other than 2K saying last week that news would be coming soon, that’s all we’ve really seen.

The latest development is a strange one. Apparently WWE 2K18 is already available for purchase on Switch in some European shops despite 2K still not committing to a firm release date. At this point we have no idea what’s going on, but it seems as though the official launch isn’t too far off.

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