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The sci-fi RPG Hellpoint has been dated for Switch. Publisher tinyBuild and developer Cradle Games will launch the new title on April 16 via the eShop, the companies announced today.

We have the following overview of Hellpoint:

Publisher Team17 and developers SMG Studio and DevM Games today announced the final release date for Moving Out, a game that “sees players relocating furnishings in increasingly bizarre locations in a fast-paced furniture moving simulator that brings new meaning to couch co-op. It will launch physically and digitally on April 28.

Here’s some information about Moving Out:

Saints Row IV was thought to be coming to Switch after it was listed by a French retailer. A page for the game has now popped up on Amazon as well, all but confirming the news.

Amazon says that Saints Row IV will be released for Switch on March 27. GameFly has a listing up as well with the same date.

Here’s an overview of Saints Row IV, along with some screenshots:

Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Videogame 3 has received another trailer. In the video below, Milestone highlights a new co-op feature.

Monster Energy Supercross: The Official Videogame 3 will be out for Switch on February 4.

In a recent news post sent out to Switch owners, Nintendo provided a listing of the top 15 European eShop downloads for January 2020.

This month, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe returns to the top of the charts. Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training for Nintendo Switch, which is a new entry, is also in the top five.


Glass Masquerade 2: Illusions, a dreamlike collection of artistic jigsaw puzzles, will be available for Switch on February 13. View some early footage below.

Degica Games has dated the fantasy anti-RPG Hero Must Die. Again for Switch. It will release digitally via the eShop on February 27, the company confirmed.

Here’s an overview of Hero Must Die. Again, along with a trailer;

Niantic recently held a vote to let fans select the next featured creature for Pokemon GO Community Day. The results are in, and it’s been announced that Rhyhorn is the winner.

The next Pokemon GO Community Day takes place on February 22. This time around, the featured bonus will be 3x Catch Stardust.

Players can also evolve Rhyhorn into Rhyperior for the exclusive attack Rock Wrecker. If you’re lucky enough, you might encounter a Shiny Rhyhorn.


The Wonderful 101 started out on Wii U where it was an exclusive and published by Nintendo. On the other hand, for The Wonderful 101: Remastered, it’ll be self-published by developer PlatinumGames and will release on multiple platforms. Some may wonder what that could mean for Astral Chain, which is in a similar spot.

PlatinumGames studio head Atsushi Inaba confirmed to VGC that Astral Chain is “owned half by Platinum and half by Nintendo.” He also said that it’s “too early to say” whether Astral Chain will eventually take the multiplatform route, but it would be up to the Big N to sign off on such a move.

Inaba’s full words:

Nintendo just issued a new North American commercial for Animal Crossing: New Horizons. We have the advert for the game below.