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Battle Sports Mekuru debuted in Japan this month. In the west, it sounds like we won’t have to wait terribly long for the game. Speaking with USgamer, designer Senri Tsunokawa mentioned that Battle Sports Mekuru should be available this summer overseas.

If you really can’t wait for Battle Sports Mekuru, you can actually get it now. The game can be downloaded from the Japanese eShop, and it’s mostly in English.

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Duck Block Games has been looking to fund Forsaken Castle on Kickstarter. The team was seeking $10,000, but ended up with over three times that amount.

Forsaken Castle has not only been funded, but will be coming to Switch as well. A $35,000 stretch goal was reached just before the campaign ended today.

As for the game itself, Forsaken Castle is a 16-bit action exploration platformer inspired by Metroidvania titles. Players will follow a paladin and her fight against evil and “discover new abilities, fight deadly creatures, and explore a handcrafted world created in a retro pixel art style.”


More on Forsaken Castle can be found on the Kickstarter page here.

Gaming Trends recently had a interview with Desmond Wong, the CEO of The Gentlebros talking about their upcoming game called Cat Quest. A couple of the questions in the interview talked about the pros and cons of this game of bringing this game over to the Switch.

Below are some of the Switch related questions from the interview:

This week’s European Nintendo Downloads are as follows:

Switch Retail

Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers – €39.99 (available Friday)
Disgaea 5 Complete – €59.99 (available Friday)

Switch Download

ACA NeoGeo The King of Fighters ’99 – €6.99

Wii U Retail

Darksiders Warmastered Edition – €19.99

Update: As a small bonus, here’s a new song Lindsey Stirling created for Rime:


Original: Members of Tequila Works are currently hosting a Reddit AMA for Rime. The studio is answering various fan topics that surround the Switch version, the game in general, and more. Topics include what to expect from Switch visually and developing on the platform, how the team approached puzzles, their inspirations, and more.

We’ve rounded up excerpts from the AMA below. You can continue reading the full thing here.

Ripstone confirmed today that the company is working on a project for Switch. Specifics about the game were not shared, however.

Ripstone put out the following on Twitter:


On Wii U, Ripstone published several digital titles. The company worked to bring Stick it to the Man, Knytt Underground, Extreme Exorcism, and Pure Chess.

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Most Switch eShop games tend to launch in North America and Europe at the same time. With Astro Duel Deluxe, that pattern continues.

Astro Duel Deluxe had already been confirmed for May 30 in North America. As it turns out, Europe will be getting the game on the same day. Expect it to cost €13.99.

We’ve included a trailer for Astro Duel Deluxe below.

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Cat Quest, announced for Switch last week, has received a new trailer and gameplay walkthrough. Both are attached below.

While these videos don’t feature any Switch logos, we definitely know that the game is coming. PQube simply may not be handling the Switch version.

A brand new collaboration pack has been announced for Minecraft. Adventure Time is coming to all console versions of the game, which should include Switch and Wii U.

Here’s a trailer:

The Adventure Time DLC will be out “soon” for all versions of Minecraft.

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