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Immortal Redneck trailer

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Crema has a new trailer up for Immortal Redneck that promotes the upcoming release on consoles, including Switch (which is planned for Q1). View it below.

Update: We’ve heard from Finji that the release date on the eShop is wrong, which was apparently the company’s fault. Night in the Woods will now release slightly later than expected on February 1.


Original: A few months ago, it was strongly suggested that the acclaimed adventure game Night in the Woods would eventually arrive on Switch. We now have confirmation that it’s happening.

A listing on the eShop shows that Night in the Woods is coming to Switch – and apparently very soon. Finji will apparently publish the game on January 18 for $19.99.

The Fall Part 2: Unbound will launch for Switch on February 13, according to a listing on the European eShop. That date has not been officially confirmed, but eShop pages have provided accurate information as of late.

The first entry in The Fall series made it to Wii U in 2014. This new game was originally planned for 2017, but was delayed back in October. A new release window of February 2018 had also been provided at the time.

We’ve included an overview and previous story trailer for The Fall Part 2: Unbound below.

Forever Entertainment has dated its pixel-art puzzle game for Switch. On January 18, it will be published on the eShop.

Qbik features a world filled with brainteasers, puzzles, and riddles across 63 levels. We have a trailer for the game below.

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Over the weekend, GalaxyTrail posted an image on Facebook hinting at a release of Freedom Planet on Switch. Some took that as confirmation that the game would be heading to Nintendo’s console at some point, but we’re not quite there… yet.

GalaxyTrail has now clarified that the image was a way of showing that the studio is aware of the huge amount of interest in Freedom Planet on Switch. The team is “currently exploring all of our options to offer you the game and the sequel on the Switch” – so there’s nothing official, yet.

Here’s the full statement:

Masters of Anima is coming to Switch, Passtech Games has announced. The game follows Otto, who takes on the forces of evil, in strategic / action-packed battles where you can summon and control large armies of up to 100 Guardians.

Masters of Anima launches on Switch this spring. View a new gameplay trailer below.

This week’s Famitsu review scores are as follows:

Monster Hunter World (PS4) – 10/10/10/9
Katahane: An’ Call Belle (PSV) – 9/8/8/7
The Legend of Dark Witch III: Wisdom and Lunacy (3DS) – 8/8/7/7
Hello Lady! Superior Dynamis (PSV) – 8/7/7/8
10 Second Run Returns (NSW) – 7/8/7/7
The Legend of Dark Witch: Chronicle 2D Act (3DS) – 7/8/7/7
The Seven Deadly Sins: Knights of Britannia (PS4) – 7/8/7/7
Ninki Seiyuu no Tsukurikata (PS4/PSV) – 7/7/7/8
Human Fall Flat (NSW) – 7/7/6/7

Last week, Broken Rules announced Old Man’s Journey for Switch. The game comes from the same studio as And Yet it Moves and Chasing Aurora.

Broken Rules has since shared a few additional tidbits about the Switch version. In terms of features, a two-player mode will be included in addition to support for HD Rumble. You’ll also be able to play the game with motion pointer controls. Touchscreen and stick input are in, too.

In an interview with The OP, Vertex Pop founder Mobeen Fikree says he and his team are working on a new title for the Switch. Vertex Pop previously released Graceful Explosion Machine for the console back in April of last year.

We were overwhelmed with the reception Graceful Explosion Machine received from Nintendo fans, so we’re definitely working on a new game for the Switch.

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Nightmare Boy lands on Switch tomorrow, and some footage has emerged showing it off in action. View the gameplay below.

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