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Flat Kingdom Paper's Cut Edition gameplay

Flat Kingdom Paper’s Cut Edition just ended up on Switch this week, and those that want a closer look may want to view some new gameplay. 25 minutes of footage has come in.

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Original (3/23): The next Tour to be featured in Mario Kart Tour has been announced to be the Yoshi Tour. A new course, N64 Yoshi Valley, will be added to the game along with what seems to be Gold Egg Hunt Yoshi and White Birdo drivers and karts. Additionally, as it is the 2.5 year anniversary of the game, a free 45 rubies are being gifted to players, with an additional 18 obtainable by completing challenges.

The Yoshi Tour is set to start on April 5, 2022 at 10pm PST.

Geoff Keighley has just shared some more information on this year’s Summer Game Fest. Specifically, he’s reaffirmed that the event is still planned to take place later this year, and specified that it will occur sometime in June.

He’s also mentioned that he will host a live Kickoff show occurring at the start of the event. As expected, the presentation will feature new announcements and first looks at various gaming properties. Details regarding the event will be available on the official website here, with more information set to be released in the coming weeks.

Original: E3 2022 has already suffered some setbacks, transitioning from what was supposed to be a physical event into a purely digital one. However, it seems like E3 2022 might now be cancelled in its entirety. Several industry members have been reporting that this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo will no longer proceed and is officially cancelled.

This particular account comes from Will Powers, current PR Lead at Razer Inc. and former employee at DeepSilver, PlayStation and Tencent Games. Supposedly, official emails have started being sent out to various companies informing them of the official cancellation of the event. This was corroborated by another well-known industry member, Jeff Grubb, who’s shared his thoughts in the past on E3 2022 being cancelled in its entirety.

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A few new event are making their way to Dragalia Lost. The first of these is a new raid event, Advent of the Origin. Up to four players with four adventurers each can team up together in the event to tackle challenging raid bosses and earn unique rewards, including new adventurer Origa. The event will run from March 30 to April 15, with more details found here.

The second big event is a Gala Dragalia featuring two new adventurers, Bondforged Zethia and Bondforged Prince, which is going live tomorrow, March 31. This Gala Dragalia will be live until April 6. Additionally, the A Waltz with Fate raid event revival has received a new epilogue, which you can view in-game until April 6.

As a reminder, this is unfortunately some of the last new content Dragalia Lost will be receiving before it shuts down in the near future.

Nippon Ichi Software has readied a new set of details and screenshots for void* tRrLM2(); //Void Terrarium 2. Today’s update covers a whole bunch of mechanics on how to develop and decorate your terrarium, as well general game flow.

Here’s the full roundup, courtesy of Gematsu:

A new update has gone live for Rocket League, addressing several known bugs and issues. Here are the full patch notes for the version 2.13.0 update:

Hamster has revealed Wonder Momo as the next game to be landing on the eShop under the Arcade Archives label. Here is some more information about the game from the International Arcade Museum.

Publisher Daewon Lab Media and developer CRT Games have announced an official release date for Snow Bros. Special. The game is scheduled to launch on Switch May 19, 2022.

Snow Bros. Special is a revival of the original arcade game Snow Bros, made by Toaplan back in 1990. It’s being produced with the goal of replicating the feel of the arcade game, while improving on the older mechanics and maintaining the cute aesthetic of the original.

Check out an overview for Snow Bros. Special below the break.

Mighty Goose is receiving a free content update on April 19, publisher Playism and developers MP2 Games and Blastmode announced today. The update, consisting of a brand-new water-based stage, was initially announced back in January without a clear release window.

Mighty Goose is a run-and-gun shooter reminiscent of Metal Slug, in which you control a bounty-hunting goose shooting his way through mechanized monsters using an array of weapons and machinery. It initially launched on Switch back in June of last year.

You can check out a brief overview for the update below:

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