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Nintendo has made it a habit of teaming up with smaller studios on different Switch games over the past few years. Snipperclips got the ball rolling for the system’s launch, followed by The Stretchers in late 2019. Good Job!, the latest instance of these partnerships, just released a few months ago.

Nintendo partnered with Paladin Studios on Good Job!, which features a slew of objectives and puzzles to complete across a slew of office-themed levels. Many players have been enamored with the game and we’ve been quite curious about how the project happened, so we caught up with both companies to learn more. Producer Takao Nakano from Nintendo of America, director Masataka Takemoto from Nintendo Co., Ltd., as well as lead producer Robert Abercrombie and game director Coen Neessen from Paladin Studios all shared more about the title’s origins, its art style, how the two sides ended up working together, ideas that were ultimately scrapped, and more.

Here’s our full discussion:

Summoning Focus: Weekly Revival 17 has returned in Fire Emblem Heroes. 5-star Heroes who showed up before the start of Book II appear as focus Heroes, and the focus lineup changes each week.

You’ll be able to partake in Summoning Focus: Weekly Revival 17 until July 12.

Untitled Goose Game has only been available as an eShop download since launching on Switch last September. Now, however, a physical version appears to be in the cards.

A listing for the game has appeared on Amazon Germany with a September 22 release date. Pre-orders are actually live here. Skybound is apparently handling distribution.

Assuming the listing is correct, we should be receiving an official announcement regarding Untitled Goose Game’s physical release soon.


A few new rewards have popped up on My Nintendo in Europe. Members can spend their points on a few discounts as well as a pair of 3DS themes.

Here’s the full list:

G-Mode has shared a new trailer for Love Love Knuckle, the latest addition to its G-Mode Archives series on Switch. Watch it below.

G-Mode Archives 07: Love Love Knuckle is available digitally for Switch on the Japanese eShop.

1993 Shenandoah is a shoot ’em up game that started development back in 1992. Now more than 20 years later, the project has been completely finished, and will arrive on Switch in just a few days.

Here’s the full backstory:

Listings on the eShops provide file sizes for a bunch of Switch games. These include Crysis Remastered, Bounty Battle, Neon Abyss, and more.

Here’s the full roundup:


When you think about developers that have worked on notable Switch ports, the likes of Panic Button, Virtuos, and Saber Interactive come to mind. We should probably throw another name into the mix as well: Turn Me Up Games.

Although Turn Me Up hasn’t worked on a ton of Switch projects, the studio is starting to become more well-known. The company’s first project on Nintendo’s console was Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. Then at the end of May, Turn Me Up’s ports of Borderlands 1 and 2 landed on Switch.

After the coronavirus began to spread, Nintendo’s North American online store closed off orders for physical products. It’s been about three months since then, but now things have now opened back up.

You can again visit the online store and place orders here. Consoles, games, and amiibo are all up for grabs. Just keep in mind that orders may take a bit longer to process.

Thanks to Jes T for the tip.

A new month rolled right on in earlier this week. Now that we’re in July, we want to know what you’ve been playing.

Have you been giving the new free-to-play game Ninjala a shot? How about some of the other recent releases like Burnout Paradise Remastered? No matter the case, let us know in the comments below.

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