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Digimon Survive

Digimon Survive has been off the radar for a few months now. Our latest notable update came in last September, in which some of the characters and story beats were detailed.

The good news is that Digimon Survive remains very much in development. In fact, series producer Kazumasa Habu has indicated that we’ll be getting news relatively soon. Fans can look forward to news before summer / early summer.

We should note that the next issue of V-Jump will have big Digimon news in its next issue. As part of that, the magazine could be sharing the latest on Digimon Survive.

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Raiden V: Director's Cut

Following leaks from classification boards and retailers, Raiden V: Director’s Cut has been officially confirmed for Switch. The game is on track to launch in June.

Raiden V: Director’s Cut will be sold physically and digitally. If you pick up a retail copy, you’ll receive a soundtrack CD.

Here’s a trailer:

Overcooked 2 was updated recently with the brand new Campfire Cook Off DLC. Have a look at some footage in the video below.

Some of the first reviews for Mortal Kombat 11 have started to drop. Ahead of its launch tomorrow, we’ve rounded up a few of the early verdicts below.

Moero Chronicle Hyper will be released on the European and North American Switch eShop this week, on April 26. Ahead of the game’s release, publisher Idea Factory released some new screenshots of the English version, which you can view in our gallery below:

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As an interesting aside from the traditional news cycle, Nintendo has shared a new video that features a version of Hyrule Castle from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild built entirely within Minecraft.

According to a translation presented on Resetera, this is intended to show how the famous castle appeared before Ganon and disaster struck within the game. In addition, the build was apparently put together by a “certified” team over at Microsoft, showing even more relations between them and Nintendo.

Those interested can check out the video below.

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It’s time for the latest Famitsu’s most wanted games chart. This week, Pokemon Sword/Shield takes over as the new Nintendo top spot.

Head past the break for the full chart. All votes were cast between April 4 and April 10.

Total shipments of the Switch title Fitness Boxing have surpassed 300,000 units worldwide, Imagineer has announced. That’s based on shipments of physical copies in all regions plus download sales.

Imagineer says Fitness Boxing – which Nintendo published in the west – has been well-received by players, and has been selling out – particularly in Japan. The Japanese eShop will host a 20% discount for Golden Week between April 25 and May 8.

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[Review] Cuphead

Posted 12 hours ago by in Reviews, Switch | 0 comments

System: Switch
Release date: April 18, 2019
Developer: Studio MDHR
Publisher: Studio MDHR


Back in 2014, the world was first introduced to a peculiar game known as Cuphead that had an aesthetic thought to be long forgotten, but presented itself with such panache that it was as compelling as it was unique and eye-catching. Its 1930s art direction oddly made you excited to watch the next episode to a show that didn’t exist, and the game was able to hit the right notes with so many people from so many generations. Now Cuphead has been given a chance to shine once again thanks to its new release on Switch.

A number of new deals are up and running on the North American Switch eShop. These include Aragami: Shadow Edition, Immortal Redneck, Overcooked 2, Toki, and more.

Here’s the full roundup of sales:

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