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GoNNER won’t be the only new game on the Switch eShop this week. Nintendo’s website is listing Physical Contact: Speed for the system, which should be available on Thursday.

Here’s an overview:

It is a game series where two people can play against one device.
If you play with your body in close contact, the match will be more fun.
Any two partners, including parents, friends, lover, etc, are suitable.
Because it is simple and rules that everyone knows, you can start the game immediately on the spot.
If you use the handicap function you can match the level of the two people.
Because the match-up time is short, I can play anytime and anywhere when I feel like it.
Of course there is also a 1P play mode for one’s time.

Please enjoy together!

– “SPEED” is one of simple and profound card games that will win if you use up your hand first.

It is characterized by requiring reflexes.

Physical Contact: Speed will cost $4.99.

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The latest update for Has-Been Heroes can now be downloaded on Switch. Developer Frozenbyte issued version 1.0.3 today.

The new update adds in some features and fixes as well as improved controller detection on Switch. We’ve posted the full patch notes below.

Another new interview is in with Akihiro Hino. This time, GameSpot is the latest outlet to have spoken with the Level-5 CEO. Topics include potentially bringing past projects to Switch, why Katrielle is the new protagonist of the Layton series (and whether or not she’s really Professor Layton’s daughter), and reminiscing on Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney.

Find these excerpts from the interview below. You can read GameSpot’s full interview here.

There’s a little bit of uncertainty surrounding De Mambo’s release date on Switch. It was originally scheduled for this Thursday in all territories, but the official eShop listing now shows a date of July 6. We should be finding out pretty soon if the week delay is happening.

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FDG Entertainment published another new blog for Monster Boy. For today’s entry, we’re once again able to see how one of the game’s areas has been completely reworked.

This is what Monster World Village used to look like:

And the new version:

The old version of the inn “looks nice but not refined enough to meet todays standards.” As for the new version, it “shows the new quality level which we aim to reach in all areas of the game.” The developers added: “With 4 years in production, we don’t want to have any drawbacks and finish the game properly so it can shine and impress.”

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RPG Maker Fes is officially out today on 3DS. Take a look at the launch trailer from NIS America below.

It wasn’t too long ago that Square Enix and Tokyo RPG Factory announced Lost Sphear. The game was showcased at E3 earlier this month, and Kotaku also conducted an interview with director Atsushi Hashimoto. Hashimoto discussed how the team is making improvements from I Am Setsuna, the game’s length, and having it on Switch.

Read on below for some comments from Hashimoto. Check out the full article on Kotaku here.

Update 7: Back up on Amazon Germany. You can order it here. Page says it won’t ship to the US, but it should work regardless.


Update 6: Sold out on Amazon Germany.


Update 5: Now up on Amazon Germany, but note that it won’t ship to the US.


Update 4: Sold out once again after just a few minutes.


Update 3 (6/27): Available again on Amazon UK. You can place an order from the US despite the page saying otherwise.


Update 2: Now sold out on Amazon UK.


Update: Amazon UK has opened pre-orders here. It should ship to the US despite the page saying otherwise.


Original (6/26): The first UK retailer has opened pre-orders for the Nintendo Classic Mini: Super Nintendo Entertainment System. GAME is taking reservations here. Based on what we saw with the NES Mini, pre-orders are likely to sell out quickly.

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IGN has a lengthy new piece with Shigeru Miyamoto all about Mario. Miyamoto talked about letting other developers handle the IP, his initial worries with how players would react to New Donk City in Super Mario Odyssey, and not wanting to remake older games.

We’ve picked out some notable quotes below. The full article with more comments from IGN is located here.

Playtonic offered up a new status update on the Switch version of Yooka-Laylee today. The 3D platformer is entering testing, and once that’s complete, a release date should be announced “shortly after”. We’re hoping that launch isn’t too far off.

Here’s the official tweet from Playtonic:


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