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Playism has announced that Croixleur Sigma, a hack-and-slash arcade action game developed by Japanese developer souvenir circ. is coming to the Nintendo Switch. Publisher Playism has revealed that the Switch version of the game, which is already available on other platforms, will be playable at Digital Games Expo in Tokyo on November 12th. Further details regarding the game’s release haven’t been revealed yet. This announcement is only for the Japanese version, however a translated English version of the game already exists, so a release outside of Japan is certainly possible. We’ll keep you updated.


Next week, Nicalis will be publishing Ittle Dew 2+ on Switch. Take a look at over an hour of footage below.

Dead Synchronicity shouldn’t be too far away from reaching Switch. Fictiorama’s Luis Oliván indicated that it could be a couple of weeks or a month. In other words, it’ll be sooner rather than later.

Regarding why the team felt that Switch was an appropriate platform for Dead Synchronicity, Oliván told GameReactor:

“The first platform was PC, but I year ago it was released for PS4 the feedback was really great. It was a platform we had never worked with and, of course Dead Synchronicity is a point-and-click adventure game, and we had to change the interface, the way the player communicate with the game. But the feedback was so great that when we saw Nintendo Switch, was like ‘oh, we want to release the game on this platform because Switch is awesome for players”.

Oliván also said that there are no plans for touch controls.


Crazy Justice is a new third-person shooter from Black Riddles Studio. It features a cel-shaded, steampunk visual style with support for cross-play, motion controls, and more.

On Twitter, Black Riddles Studio shared a technical tidbit about the Switch version. The team is currently targeting 60 frames per second and what sounds like a 1080p resolution when the system is docked. We assume that the FPS will remain stable in handheld mode, but the resolution will drop to at least 720p like all other Switch games.


Kemco is back with another RPG for Switch. Next week, Antiquia Lost will be distributed on the Japanese Switch eShop.

Antiquia Lost arrives on November 16 for 999 yen. We have more information and a trailer below. Note that English will be supported.

Microids has put out an official video for Gear.Club Unlimited showing a bit of racing and the performance shop. Have a look at it below.

Hamster has confirmed this week’s NeoGeo game on Switch. Starting tomorrow, gamers can purchase Street Hoop. It will be priced at $7.99 / €6.99 / £6.29.

Street Hoop was originally made by Data East in 1994. The basketball title allows players to choose teams comprised of three people from ten countries.

Source: Hamster PR

Voez version 1.3 trailer

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Flyhigh Works has released a new video for version 1.3 of Voez on the Switch. Update 1.3 includes a bunch of new songs, 14 in total.

It’s good to know that the developer is continuing to add songs to the game. The update is scheduled for tomorrow, November 9, but you can watch the trailer in anticipation below.

Dispatch Games posted a trailer today for Penguin Wars, which has just been announced for the west for “early 2018.”

The developer stated that the game is planned to become available for the US and Europe at the same time. You can check out the new trailer below.

Uno Switch launch trailer

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Earlier today, Ubisoft brought Uno to the Switch eShop around the world. Get a look at the official launch trailer below.

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