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Update: And it’s already gone. That lasted about one minute!

Original: The Super NES Classic Edition is currently in stock at GameStop. Get it here.


The full North American website has gone live for Super Mario Odyssey. You can access it right here. It contains the usual sort of information and media you’d expect to see, but there are a few other things we should highlight.

First, the site has a few clips, all of which are rounded up in the video below. A lot of it is rehash, but there are some new snippets plus sound effects for previously-shown footage.

Terraria has a big update on the way. Version 1.3 adjusted existing elements, brought in new events such as Martian Madness and Slime Rain, new furniture and potions, and an Expert mode.

When Terraria makes its way to Switch, it should come with the new version. Also, due to various restrictions, the update will not be distributed on Wii U or 3DS.

Footage of Terraria 1.3 can be found in the video below.


Update: Via PR, we have a look at the reversible cover below. The collector’s edition comes in at $44.99, while the standard version will be $29.99.

Original: Retro City Rampage DX is getting the physical treatment on Switch, Vblank has revealed. The game will be sold as a retail item on the company’s website beginning October 9.

The Retro City Rampage DX Collector’s Edition includes the game, manual, soundtrack, keychain, 3D glasses, and a reversible cover. A standard edition also available.

Watch a trailer for the Retro City Rampage DX Collector’s Edition below.

Whereas the SNES Classic Edition came out last week in North America and Europe, the Super Famicom Mini launched in Japan today. Take a closer look at the hardware with the unboxing video below.


Earth Atlantis is now available on the Switch eShop. Publisher Headup Games issued a launch trailer for the game, as shown below.

GameSpot posted a new video containing 10 minutes of footage from Rogue Trooper Redux based on the PC build. See the gameplay below.

Neon Chrome is heading to Switch on October 12, 10tons announced today. You’ll be able to purchase the game for $14.99.

Here’s an overview:

Neon Chrome is a top-down twin stick shooter with a science fiction setting. Each level is procedurally generated, meaning levels throughout the game will be unique on every play session. The game features intense gunfights, destructible environments, and light role playing elements such as permanent statistics upgrades, better weapons, cybernetic enhancements and different character classes.


Shoot through walls, make rooms explode, and obliterate whole floors
Explore procedural levels with endless variety
Defeat bosses in hand-crafted boss fights
Unlock new abilities, enhancements and weapons
Install enhancements and upgrade your weapons

And a trailer:

Source: 10tons PR

Capcom announced its lineup for New York Comic-Con 2017 toady. Only one Nintendo-related title (or should we say titles?) will be present, but it’s a notable one.

Those attending Comic-Con can go hands on with Resident Evil Revelations Collection for Switch. It sounds like both Resident Evil and Resident Evil Revelations 2 will be playable.

New York Comic-Con begins today and runs through the weekend. Resident Evil Revelations Collection is due out on November 28 for Switch.


Red Column has wrapped up its work on 3Souls’ new update. Free chapters have been added that tell the story of three three Ánimas in the world of Mustland. We’ve attached a trailer for the update below.

Also worth noting, 3Souls will be heavily discounted for a limited time. The game will be sold for just $0.97 / £0.80.

Source: Red Column PR

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