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IGN has shared another direct-feed video for FAST RMX, showing the Tepaneca Vale track. See the latest gameplay below.

Limited Run Games is a name you may have heard of if you play titles on PlayStation platforms. Since 2015, the company has been releasing physical versions of indie titles on PlayStation 4 and primarily PlayStation Vita.

Limited Run Games now has its sights set on Switch. Speaking with CNET, co-founder Josh Fairhurst said the team is “really going to try and focus on going all-out” on Nintendo’s new system.

Fairhurst’s full words:

“I also see a lot of opportunity in the Nintendo Switch. I think many Vita fans will pick one up, maybe even begrudgingly, by the time the Vita is phased out. If we start publishing games there, I think that would be a nice place for Vita fans to relocate, should that become a necessity.”

“We’re really going to try and focus on going all-out on the Switch. Moving to 3DS would be costly and time-consuming and by the time we figure it out, we might as well just have focused on the Switch.”


A new patch is going out for Stone Shire. Finger Gun Games is updating the Wii U eShop release to version 1.2.1.

The full patch notes are as follows:

Fixed a bug where players were falling through the world when they attempted to set down a block in the same space that they were standing.
Fixed a bug where the music was warping and glitching out.
Fixed a big where the torch sound effect was always playing on the TV no matter the mode it was in.

The Stone Shire update should be live in Europe today, and North America this week or next week.


Direct-feed FAST RMX footage

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Thanks to IGN, we have some actual direct-feed footage of FAST RMX in action showing its 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second prowess. Have a look at the gameplay below.


We have another round of off-screen footage showing the Switch racer FAST RMX, this time with developer commentary from art director Martin Sauter. View the gameplay below.

FDG Entertainment previously teased a couple of titles for Switch, one being Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom (not to be confused with DotEmu’s Wonder Boy which is also on the way). The company has since confirmed the game for Nintendo’s new system. It’ll be coming out sometme this year.

FDG tweeted the news yesterday:


In its young history, Yacht Club Games has only made one game thus far. The studio has continued to work on Shovel Knight since its release in 2014 with a bunch of brand new content.

Shovel Knight still has some new things to offer this year, but it sounds like Yacht Club Games is starting to think about moving on. In a tweet published on the developer’s page, it states that the team hopes “to start work on a new project in 2017”.


More off-screen FAST RMX footage

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More off-screen footage of Shin’en’s new Switch racer FAST RMX is in. Take a look at the latest gameplay below.

Off-screen FAST RMX footage

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Shin’en continues its prowess in the racing genre with FAST RMX on Switch. Check out some off-screen footage of the new title below.

New Hive Jump trailer

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Though there are a lot of indie developers that are cancelling their project plans on Wii U, Graphite Lab’s Hive Jump is still slated to come to that Nintendo system a bit later this year.

The Steam version for PC, Mac and Linux will launch on January 18th, and we’ve received a new trailer to celebrate the occasion. But as Hive Jump will eventually appear on Wii U, this launch trailer delivers a good look at its gameplay and works to get us hyped.

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