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Earlier today, the unconventional RPG Everhood made its way to Switch. For a look at some footage, check out the video below.

Everhood is out now on Switch as a digital download. You can learn more about the game here.

In Rays of the Light will be releasing on Switch later this month, but some footage has emerged a bit early. Check out the gameplay below.

You’ll be able to play In Rays of the Light starting on March 17. We have more on the game here.

A new Nintendo Monthly Rewind video has gone up for February 2021. Fans can catch up on various news, including the first full Nintendo Direct since September 2019 as well as the newest Pokemon Presents.

Here’s the full video:

Developer Alan Edwardes today announced that Estranged: The Departure, his first-person adventure game, is landing on Switch today. The title can be found digitally on the eShop.

We have the following overview and trailer for Estranged: The Departure:

A trio of physical rewards based on Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield are now available for My Nintendo members in North America.

The lineup includes:

Forthright Entertainment and Komi Games today unveiled the latest collaboration for Mighty Fight Federation, an arcade-style 3D arena fighting title. Miriam, who originates from Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, will soon be added.

Here’s a brief introduction and a quick look:

IO Interactive today unveiled the latest roadmap for Hitman 3. New events and contact are planned throughout the entire month of March.

Here’s the full rundown:

Inti Creates announced Blaster Master Zero 3 today, and we now have the first gameplay from the New Game+ Expo. Get a look at the footage below.

Blaster Master Zero 3 is due out for Switch on July 29.

As part of New Game+ Expo, Inti Creates debuted the first direct-feed gameplay from Azure Striker Gunvolt 3. We have the full recording below.

Azure Striker Gunvolt 3 will launch for Switch in 2022.

When No More Heroes 1 and 2 arrived on Switch a few months ago, they were only offered as digital titles. Limited Run Games is now planning physical releases, the company just announced.

Fans can pick up different versions of the games. There will be standard releases as well as collector’s editions, the latter of which feature special goodies.