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Agnès Vuillaume, the one-woman developer behind studio 2054, has announced plans to release the point-and-click adventure game The Sundew on Switch. It will launch next Thursday, October 14.

The premise behind The Sundrew is that the world is on the brink after a devastating future war, and Japan is in ruins – with the exception of the Shibukawa. Anna Isobe, a cyborg, is now the only hope. You’ll play as Anna as she navigates through the megalopolis and beyond in her search for the mystery behind a growing conspiracy. The game has various locations to visit, including the backstreets of the city, far-flung isles, and the most notorious prison this side of the Steppe.

This week’s episode of Nintendo Minute has gone live. In today’s video, Kit and Krysta check out the opening gameplay of Metroid Dread. Check out the full episode below.

First Switch gameplay is in for Tetris Effect: Connected, straight from Enhance Games, Resonair and Stage Games, and Monstars. The studio posted a couple of videos highlighting Journey Mode and multiplayer.

Learn more about Tetris Effect: Connected with the following overview:

Mishura Games has announced IMMORTAL: And The Death That Follows, a rogue-like side-scrolling beat ’em up inspired by fighting games and anime from the 90s. We’ll be seeing it on Switch, though a release window hasn’t been confirmed.

Here’s an introduction to the story in IMMORTAL: And The Death That Follows:

The Pokemon Company is teaming up with Best Buy, as the retailer will be offering a way for players to catch Gigantamax Eevee and Gigantamax Pikachu in Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield.

Those that stop by the retailer will be able to pick up code cards that can be redeemed for Dynamax Crystals. These will then let you battle – and hopefully catch – a Gigantamax Pikachu and Gigantamax Eevee. You can request a code card at the register without making a purchase.

In a recent news post sent out to Switch owners, Nintendo provided a listing of the top 15 European eShop downloads for September 2021.

Diablo II: Resurrected makes a strong debut at #1, with WarioWare: Get It Together! right behind. Castlevania Advance Collection also appears in the top ten.

The full lineup is as follows:


Back in 1992, Masaya and NCS Corporation released Gleylancer on the SEGA Mega Drive. It stayed exclusive to Japan until the Wii Virtual Console version in 2008. Now thanks to Shinyuden and Ratalaika Games, the title is returning on Switch.

Greylancer is a horizontal scrolling shooter. The Switch port will have improved modes with accessibility features, including translations for the cutscenes and modern controls.

Here’s some additional information about Gleylancer:

Switch users can now download a new 1.17 update for The Elder Scrolls: Blades. It brings back the spooky nighttime town, a week of daily Event Quests for the Witches Festival, and new items in the Sigil Shop.

Below are the full patch notes for this week’s update regarding The Elder Scrolls: Blades version 1.17:

Nintendo will air a new Animal Crossing: New Horizons Direct on October 15, the company has announced. The presentation will last about 20 minutes.

You’ll be able to watch the presentation at the following times:

The first reviews for Metroid Dread are now in. Nintendo has lifted an embargo on the game, and verdicts are now starting to come online.

Here’s a roundup of early reviews: