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March 21: To accompany Princess Peach: Showtime‘s release, new icons for the game are being added to Nintendo Switch Online.

4 waves of icons will be releasing for the game. Subscribers can spend My Nintendo Platinum Points on several different designs. A bunch of character icons can be picked up for 10 Platinum Points each, while backgrounds and frames go for 5 Platinum Points apiece.

Vanillaware’s latest title Unicorn Overlord released only a few weeks ago, and it’s doing quite well for itself. In fact, it was announced that the title recently sold over 500,000 copies, a great success for the game. Now, thanks to an interview recently conducted with GamersBraves, we have a bit more information on the background of its development.

One interesting detail that emerged is the fact that the game wasn’t even originally planned for Switch; it began development in 2016 and was intended to launch on the PS4 and PS Vita before plans changed to accommodate a worldwide release across different platforms.

Nintendo has just released a new trailer for Endless Ocean Luminous, focusing on the ambience of the game’s environment. The trailer showcases some of the marine wildlife players will encounter in the Veiled Sea in a bit more depth.

For more information on Endless Ocean Luminous, check the following overview.

Cosmo Machia has announced a worldwide release date for Triggerheart Exelica. The game will be launching worldwide on May 2.

Triggerheart Exelica was originally an arcade shoot ’em up released in 2006 that received a Japanese Switch release last December. As previously announced, Red Art Games will be publishing the game’s physical release in North America and Europe.

For more information on the title, check out the following overview.

Another new Splatoon 3 update is rolling out, bringing the game to version 7.1.0.

The main focus here is the addition of a new song for the upcoming Splatfest. The song in question should be Suffer No Fools, which was shown off in a video earlier today. Some slight changes to Salmon Run and additional bug fixes will also be implemented. Players can expect the next update to be announced in mid-April, focusing on changes to battles.

Here’s the full rundown of the patch notes:

We’re now just a couple of weeks away from Death Trick: Double Blind launching on Switch, as a release date for the game was just provided today. Publisher Neon Doctrine and developer Misty Mountain Studio have announced that the game will release on March 14, 2023.

Check below for an overview on the game:

The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu magazine has revealed that Compile Heart plans to port three games in the Hyperdimension Neptunia series over to Switch.

The three games in question will be Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1, Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2: Sisters Generation, and Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 3: V Generation. All of these titles were originally PlayStation Vita remasters of the first three Hyperdimension Neptunia games, now making their appearance on Nintendo systems for the first time.

Lake gameplay

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New gameplay has popped up for Lake, an atmospheric adventure game which released last week on Switch. Fans can check out about 32 minutes of footage from the title.

If you want to know more about the game, you can check out the following overview.

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