Nintendo Download (5/18/17, Europe) – Fire Emblem Echoes, Thumper, more
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This week’s European Nintendo Downloads are as follows:
ACA NeoGeo Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors – €6.99 / £6.29
Thumper – €19.99 / £15.99
Disgaea 5 Complete
Wii U Virtual Console
Super Star Soldier – €5.99 / £5.39
Nintendo Download (5/18/17, North America) – Fire Emblem Echoes, Thumper, more
Posted on 7 months ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in 3DS eShop, News, Switch eShop, Wii U eShop | 2 Comments | 0 Likes
This week’s North American Nintendo Downloads are as follows:
ACA NeoGeo Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors – $7.99
Dark Witch Music Episode: Rudymical – $7.99
Thumper – $19.99
Disgaea 5 Complete
Thumper Switch footage
Posted on 7 months ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in Switch eShop, Videos | 2 Comments | 0 Likes
Thumper is one of the big new releases on the Switch eShop today. In the gameplay video below, you can take a look at the game to see what it has to offer.
Splatoon 2 file size
Posted on 7 months ago by Matt(@OnePunchMaz) in News, Switch eShop | 13 Comments | 0 Likes
We’re still two months away from Splatoon 2’s release, but we already know the game’s file size – at least the one of the Japanese version, though other language versions shouldn’t be drastically different. A listing of the download version of the game on Amazon Japan has revealed that Splatoon 2 will require 5.5GB of space on your Switch.
Battle Sports Mekuru live on the Japanese Switch eShop, supports English, footage
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Battle Sports Mekuru is live on the Japanese Switch eShop. If you can’t wait for the English release, you can actually play the game in English. Take a closer look at Battle Sports Mekuru below with 18 minutes of footage.
12 minutes of Tiny Metal footage
Posted on 7 months ago by Andrew in Switch eShop, Videos | 2 Comments | 0 Likes
With the announcement of Tiny Metal coming to the Switch, some new footage has just been uploading showing off 12 minutes of gameplay on the Switch. Check out the video below to watch the gameplay footage.
LUNAXXX heading to Switch
Posted on 7 months ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop | 0 comments | 0 Likes
At BitSummit this weekend, Pygmy Studio will be showing a new action game for Switch tentatively named LUNAXXX. Famitsu has a first look at the game in this week’s issue.
LUNAXXX takes place in an era when mana energy helps to improve culture, and humanity lives in harmony with nature. A robot and a boy who believe in a prophecy that a huge tsunami would come decide to bring fishing tools and go on a journey to save the world.
Actual gameplay details are light at the moment. We do know that the game has multiplayer mode, however.
A release date for LUNAXXX has not yet been determined.
Inti Creates reveals Mighty Gunvolt Burst for Switch, 3DS
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Inti Creates is announcing two new Switch games this weekend at BitSummit. Thanks to the latest issue of Famitsu, one of these is already known. Inti Creates is readying Mighty Gunvolt Burst not only for Switch, but 3DS as well.
Mighty Gunvolt Burst builds on the original 3DS eShop game with new features like a character growth system. Also included is a new Burst Combo that adds a bonus score when taking down adjacent enemies.
Two playable characters are included: Beck and Gunvolt. The Switch version will offer HD Rumble with item dowsing.
Mighty Gunvolt Burst will be sold as a digital title in the future. No release date has been announced thus far.
Corecell Technology launches an Indiegogo campaign for AeternoBlade II
Posted on 7 months ago by Fernando in News, Switch eShop | 2 Comments | 0 Likes
AeternoBlade, a 3DS action and puzzle platformer game published in 2014, could receive a sequel soon thanks to an Indiegogo campaign.
Developers Corecell Technology have started this crowdfunding hoping to earn the $30,000 necessary for releasing AeternoBlade II through all home platforms. Switch is in the mix, too.
Check out the overview about the events that this sequel will narrate:
After the event of AeternoBlade. Freyja has been living a peaceful life with her friends at the Ridgerode village. One day, The dimension begins to unstable and the existence of this reality seems to be disappeared. It is the cause of her actions to changed the world lines. To fix this, her journey begins once again.
On the other side of the world, two warriors, Bernard and Felix. Head to Eternity Fortress according to the Chronos Kingdom’s ‘Oracle’ to stop the disaster that foretold to have occurred from a strange dark hole appeared in the sky, their fate exists will be revealed in AeternoBlade II.
You can go to the Indiegogo campaign page to learn all the interesing facts about AeternoBlade II. Make sure to back Corecell Tecnology if you like what you see.
Here’s the official trailer:
Hollow Knight dev brings in Shark Jump Studios to help release the game on Switch
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We heard last week that Hollow Knight’s Switch version could take up to a year to release. Perhaps in response to that, developer Team Cherry is now bringing in an additional team to help bring the game to Nintendo’s console.
Shark Jump Studios will be assisting with Hollow Knight’s Switch development. Doing so will allow for the title to hit Switch in a more reasonable time period.
Team Cherry wrote in a blog post:
This is the next big thing for Team Cherry. We’re working our hardest to get the game ready for Nintendo’s sleek new console. But as hard as we work, Team Cherry is only two people (Plus Leth!) so we’ve taken a big step to speed things up!
Please welcome Shark Jump Studios. They’re an Adelaide based coding/development team, and we’ve brought them on-board specifically to help us get Hollow Knight’s Switch version tested, polished and ready for it’s console debut. Between the two teams, expect Hollow Knight to land on Switch in a not crazy (though still unspecified!) period of time.