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Vaccine Switch footage

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Following its release on Wii U earlier this year, Vaccine has now debuted on Switch in Japan. View some footage below.

Ratalakia Games has been very busy porting various games to Switch. At Gamelab 2017, The Count Lucanor is being shown off for the first time.

The Count Lucanor is an adventure game originally released last year. We’ve included a trailer and lengthy overview of the game below.

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Join Hans in a fantasy world and experience a unique adventure, full of surprises and challenges. Get hooked on an immersive tale, where every decision counts and every clue is a piece to solve the puzzle and get the treasure. Unravel the sordid secrets of the castle, meet colorful characters, and remember: horror always lurks beneath the surface.

With a retro, halfway-between-8-and-16-bit style and inspired by classic games like The Legend of Zelda, Yume Nikki, Silent Hill or Dark Souls, among others, The Count Lucanor is an amazing mystery and horror adventure set in a fairytale world. The game features important choices, alternative endings, secrets and different ways to solve puzzles. The title is in development for PC, Mac and Linux.

A little while back, we reported on the new Switch eShop game I and Me. Rainy Frog is now partnering with Ratalakia Games once again to publish the title in Japan. It’ll be out on July 6 for 1,000 yen.

Here’s a trailer:

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Ratalaika Games has a new video up showing the level editor in League of Evil running on Switch. When it’s ready, it’ll be compatible with the touchscreen. Watch the footage below.

Earlier this year, Rainy Night Creations put Vaccine on the Wii U eShop. The game is now receiving a Switch port.

There are a few parties involved here. Rainy Night Creations is the original developer, and Ratalaika Games is handling the Switch port. Rainy Frog will be publishing Vaccine in Japan.

Speaking of Japan, right now a western release hasn’t been announced. It should come over eventually, but we’ll have to see who ends up publishing.

We’ve added a trailer for Vaccine on Switch below. It launches June 29 in Japan.

Plantera DX footage

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Plantera DX is out now on the Switch eShop in Japan. For an early look at the game, watch the video attached below.

I and Me heading to Switch

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I and Me is on the way to Switch, Ratalakia Games announced today. The publisher is working with Wish Fang on the game.

I and Me is a puzzle-platformer which hit Steam last year. You can find a trailer below as well as many additional details.

It won’t be much longer until Plantera DX hits the Switch eShop – at least in Japan. A listing added to the store today confirms a release date of June 8. The game will cost 500 yen.

We have these screenshots from the listing:

We reviewed Plantera when it came to Wii U and 3DS earlier in the year. The Switch version features new content including additional animals and characters, improved visuals and new music.

More details and screenshots have emerged regarding the recently announced Plantera DX for Switch, including a confirmation of a western release. Ratalaika Games will bring Plantera DX to the west “later down the line,” possibly as late as the 2017 holiday season. This version of the game is supposedly around three times larger than the 3DS version of the title. New content is included in this version of the game as well, such as new animals and characters, improved graphics and new music.

While the original wording was a bit vague, it seems that Plantera DX will only have limited support for the Switch in TV mode, as the focus on touch screen controls is still present in this version. The content added in Plantera DX is exclusive to the Switch version of the game, and will not be added to the 3DS or Wii U versions of the game.

While Plantera DX isn’t expected to release until the “holiday season” outside of Japan, the Japanese version of the game includes an English translation. If you don’t feel like waiting, you should have little trouble picking it up from the Japanese eShop when it’s released.

You can find new screenshots of the game in the gallery below.

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Plantera coming to Switch

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Ratalakia Games brought Plantera to Wii U and 3DS earlier this year. The game is now making its way to Switch as well. Rainy Frog is releasing it in Japan as “Plantera DX”, but Ratalakia may choose to handle the western release. 

Here’s a trailer:

For those who haven’t heard about Plantera previously, we have the following overview:

“In the world of Plantera you grow your own garden and breed plants and animals to earn coins with their produce. Use the coins to buy new plants and animals, and also special items and garden expansions. Watch everything grow, help planting and harvesting, buy new things, and defend your garden from sneaky magpies, rabbits, foxes, and wolves. Raise your level and the productivity of your plants and animals! Earn more and more, and create your own dream garden!”

We reviewed Plantera when it originally hit Nintendo platforms in February. You can read it right here.

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