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May 22: Starting today, Nintendo Switch Online members can obtain new icons for Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. This celebrates the release of the Switch remake.

The first wave just went up a couple of minutes ago. As we typically see, there are designs for characters, backgrounds, and frames. Characters cost 10 Platinum Points each on My Nintendo. It’s 5 Platinum Points each for backgrounds and frames.

Publisher We Dig Games and developer Mass Creation have been working on Date Z, and the upcoming title is heading to Switch. It’s on track to debut in 2024.

Date Z is a visual novel dating sim in which you play as a transfer student who needs to secure a date by Friday to survive a deadly virus outbreak. High school drama, romance, and mystery are promised.

Fresh off its Switch release, a bunch of gameplay is available for Airhead. It just came out for the platform after it was announced back in 2020.

Everything you need to know can be found in the following overview:

Switch screenshots have been a thing ever since the console’s release back in 2017. Unfortunately, sharing these screenshots and video just got harder – thanks to the newly-raised (and extremely high) cost of Twitter / X’s API, every major game console has cut support for the platform. Nintendo was the last to do so, and support for screenshot and video sharing on Twitter officially ended on June 11. Fortunately, there’s an incredibly easy way to share Switch screenshots and videos that has gone rather overlooked until now – and if you want to continue sharing your content, you’ll definitely want to know about it.

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Limited Run Games will host its LRG3 2024 showcase next week, the company just announced. It will air on June 20 at 11 AM PT / 2 PM ET / 7 PM in the UK / 8 PM in Europe.

LRG3 is Limited Run Games’ annual showcase. The company will be highlighted upcoming physical and digital releases for Switch in 2024 and beyond. We often hear about a few brand new titles as well.

You’ll be able to watch next week’s presentation on YouTube and Twitch. We’ll be sure to pass along all of the notable Switch news during the show.

System: Switch
Release date: June 14, 2024
Developer: Atlus
Publisher: SEGA

It took almost five years for Shin Megami Tensei V to release after it was first revealed and now, less than three years later, Atlus are re-releasing it as Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance. It’s an extremely bad habit the company has maintained over the years with both the Shin Megami Tensei and Persona series in particular, but it’s difficult to be angry when the amount of additional content added, combined with the quality-of-life changes, transform the game to feel like a completely different title. Any ill will I felt towards Atlus for doing this yet again evaporated within the first half hour, as Vengeance proved to be yet another case of fixing something I didn’t even realize was broken.

No More Heroes creator Suda51 has commented on Switch 2, and indicated that Grasshopper Manufacture will be supporting the system.

The studio was on board with the current Switch from its earliest days. You may remember that Suda51 appeared on stage during the reveal of the system way back at the start of 2017, and pledged that Travis Touchdown would be making an appearance. That led to Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, and eventually, No More Heroes 3.

Redout 2 just shipped its latest update, which includes some new content and more.

The main notable addition is three new tracks for the V.E.R.T.E.X. environment. Elsewhere, some other additions are included plus adjustments and plenty of fixes.

The full rundown of the update is as follows:

Fitness Boxing feat. Hatsune Miku is seeing English release in the west, Aksys Games revealed today. It will be available in North America and Europe this fall.

Fitness Boxing feat. Hatsune Miku previously came to Japan earlier in the year. In the game, players can team up with the character as they duck, jab, and punch their way to fitness in the classic Fitness Boxing Mode. There’s also the new “Miku Exercise” mode featuring original songs from favorite Piapro characters.

Here’s some additional information:

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