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Mortal Kombat 1 Homelander

Warner Bros. and NetherRealm Studios are offering up a first look at Homelander in Mortal Kombat 1 with a new trailer. The character will be the next DLC character for the game, though there’s no release date just yet.

Homelander is just one of several characters in the Kombat Pack DLC. Ermac, Omni-Man, Peacemaker, Quan Chi, and Takeda are the others.

Below are the latest Nintendo products that can be currently pre-ordered at retailers:


We have the latest Nintendo maintenance schedule, this time for the week of May 5, 2024.

Six different sessions are currently on the docket. Switch will be impacted in various ways over the next few weeks.

Here’s the full Nintendo maintenance schedule for the week of May 5, 2024:

Tales from Candleforth trailer

One last look at Tales from Candleforth is here thanks to a new launch trailer for the game. Just recently, Feardemic published it on Switch.

Learn more about the folk horror point-and-click adventure game in the following overview:

The Night of the Rabbit

Following its original release over a decade ago, The Night of the Rabbit is now heading to Switch. An eShop listing shows that the title arrives on May 8, 2024.

Daedalic Entertainment originally made The Night of the Rabbit in 2013. The point-and-click adventure title centers around Jerry and a peculiar white rabbit who are in the realm of Mousewood, a land where critters can speak and where mystery abounds.

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Touhou Mystia's Izakaya gameplay

Coming off of its Switch debut, we now have gameplay for Touhou Mystia’s Izakaya. A half hour of footage shows off cozy restaurant simulator.

Everything you need to know can be found in the following overview:

Listings on the eShops provide file sizes for a bunch of Switch games. These include Star Wars: Hunters, Read Only Memories: Neurodiver, and more.

Here’s the full roundup:


These days Xenoblade is one of Nintendo’s bigger franchises – at least when it comes to RPGs – but that wasn’t always the case. The first entry came out in English more than a year after its Japanese launch, and that was for European fans only. It wasn’t until the “Operation Rainfall” fan campaign that Nintendo brought it to North America in 2012.

Those unfamiliar with the early days of Xenoblade may not know that it was originally titled Monado: Beginning of the World. The game was actually announced at E3 2009 with an under-the-radar reveal. Yet even though the reveal took place during what was the biggest gaming show of the year in the states, it seems Nintendo of America knew right away it wouldn’t be bringing the RPG stateside.

A new month just started up this week. Now that we’re in May, we want to know what you’ve been playing.

Did you pick up Nintendo’s latest Switch release, Endless Ocean Luminous? How about other games like Another Crab’s Treasure, El Shaddai HD Remaster, or Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes? No matter the case, let us know in the comments.

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Azure Striker Gunvolt and Blaster Master Zero developer Inti Creates is readying Umbraclaw as its next Switch game, and if you’re interested in picking up a boxed copy, you might be interested to know that the company will offer a physical release in Japan.

A standard version will be sold along with a limited edition. The latter includes a copy of the game, an art book, soundtrack CD, and an acrylic keychain.

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