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Fossil Hunters is coming to Switch this month, Reptoid Games has announced. A release is set for the eShop on June 28.

Fossil Hunters is an action-adventure game about building your own dinosaurs with a modular system of interlocking Fossil Blocks. You’ll explore environments, then clear away dirt and rocks. Each fossil comes with its own possible connection points that can be paired with another fossil when they’re nearby. Fossil Skeletons can also be built to complete objectives and unlock new levels / items.

Find more details and a trailer for Fossil Hunters below.

To close out E3 2018, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime and Bill Trinen went head-to-head in Mario Tennis Aces. Nintendo streamed the match on its Periscope account. It’s not the best quality, but you can watch it below.

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Variety caught up with Panic Button head Adam Creighton at E3 this week. During the discussion, some interesting information was shared about the company’s plans and porting efforts with Switch.

According to Creighton, Panic Button has spent close to six years working with the Switch hardware, including early development tech.

E3 2018 is just about over… which means we can start looking to next year’s show. Show organizers have announced that E3 2019 will run between June 11 and June 13. Once again, the expo will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

As for this year’s show, 69,200 people attended E3. The event had 15,000 gamers and 200 exhibitors.

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NieR: Automata

At E3 this year, Square Enix announced a new platform for NieR: Automata, as it’s coming to Xbox One. Unfortunately, a Switch version wasn’t revealed – though the possibility of it happening in the future may remain.

During an official Square Enix Presents stream from E3 today, director Yoko Taro, producer Yosuke Saito, and designer Takahisa Taura appeared in a brief message. The three touched on the Xbox One port, but Taro then brought up a Switch version. There was some light-hearted discussion taking place here so it’s unclear how much of it should be taken seriously, but Saito did say that it might be able to happen if enough people show interest by asking Taura on Twitter. Saito then seemed to make a joke that if it were to come to Switch, it could take two years since they want to keep their jobs going “by releasing a little by little.”

Burn Stuff. Collect Stars.

Burnstar is a challenging, fast paced action-puzzle game that puts both your brains and your finger-brains to the test! Use explosives to incinerate the worksites and installations of Evil Inc., an appropriately named corporation intent on ruining the homeland of Burnstar and his friends! Blaze your own trail, or play Co-op for some friendly fire!

In each level of Burnstar, you must figure out how to use your limited number of explosives (bombs and rockets) to cause maximum property damage to Evil Inc. and collect enough precious stars to unlock the Big Star that completes the level. Sound simple? Just wait until you’re surrounded by fire, spinning saw-blades, crushing spikes, incinerators, lasers, and more!


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