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

There’s been a lot coming to Switch over the past few weeks – have you picked up some of the recent releases? Bayonetta 3, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope, Persona 5, and NieR: Automata are among the heavy hitters we’ve seen on the platform as of late. Regardless of what you’re playing, let us know in the comments below.

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While Call of Duty has had a long history of appearing on Nintendo consoles (and even handhelds!), the Switch has yet to receive an entry in the world’s biggest franchise of first-person shooters. But could that change? Xbox’s Phil Spencer – aspiring future owner of Activision Blizzard – seems to think so! Join your hosts Nick, Nicolas and Luiz as they ask the question – will Switch ever get a Call of Duty game, and what could it look like? They’ll also discuss some exciting new indies coming to Switch in the next month (including a former Stadia exclusive), how it feels to FINALLY be playing Bayonetta 3 after so much time, and much more!

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Dragon Ball The Breakers review

System: Switch
Release date: October 14, 2022
Developer: Dimps
Publisher: Bandai Namco

Series fans are usually excited about all things Dragon Ball, and with Bandai Namco’s latest game Dragon Ball: The Breakers, we’ve been looking forward to frantic gameplay and multiplayer fun. With mechanics not unlike Dead By Daylight, players are pitted against powerful Dragon Ball menaces with limited resources at their disposal no real means of fighting back. Standing alongside favorite characters like Trunks and Bulma, will we be able to escape with our lives?

Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope review

System: Switch
Release Date: October 20, 2022
Developer: Ubisoft
Publisher: Ubisoft

Conceptually, there was really no good reason why a game as bizarre and audacious as 2017’s Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle should have worked – but it did. Not only did it somehow make a crossover between Nintendo’s most iconic cast of characters and Ubisoft’s most – er, divisive – not feel completely bonkers, but it also introduced an accessible and creative take on turn-based tactics to a console that, at that point, was light on quality options. I enjoyed Kingdom Battle so thoroughly that initially, I couldn’t fathom why a sequel would need to exist. But after spending over 30 hours exploring sprawling planets and battling every foe I’ve crossed paths with, I don’t feel like it’s an exaggeration to call Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope one of Mario’s finest outings to date.

After nearly five years between the initial announcement and release, Bayonetta 3 is finally here on Switch. The game won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, but is undoubtedly one of the biggest titles of the year. For those that have started playing, we want to know what you think.

What are your thoughts on the game so far? How do you feel it compares to the previous two entries? Let us know in the comments below.

Did you know that Super Smash Bros. almost didn’t get made? Join your hosts Nick, Nicolas and Dennis as they talk about a recent behind-the-scenes look at the development of the original Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 64 and the OTHER game that almost got made instead. They’ll also discuss the many cloud-streaming games coming to Switch over the next few months, the latest updates on the Bayonetta 3 voice-acting drama, some classic Mario Party games hitting Switch Online, and MUCH more!

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NieR: Automata The End of YoRHa Edition Switch review

System: Switch
Release Date: October 6, 2022
Developer: PlatinumGames
Publisher: Square Enix

NieR: Automata has always shared something of a connection with Switch. When asked by Famitsu what his thoughts were on the system and its reveal presentation in January 2017, director Yoko Taro simply stated his memories vanished once he found out the console, along with Breath of the Wild, were releasing just one week after his game. Launching alongside such a titanic duo didn’t end up holding NieR: Automata back in the end, however, as it was both a critical and commercial success, leading to it becoming one of the most requested Switch ports of the last generation. More than five years later, the game has finally arrived on Nintendo’s platform, and this gripping tale of android vs. machine was certainly worth the wait.

Persona 5 Royal review

System: Switch
Release Date: October 21, 2022
Developer: Atlus
Publisher: Atlus / SEGA

2022 has been a year heavily laden with JRPGs for Switch, but while most of the releases we’ve seen this year are all new offerings, Persona 5 Royal is a bit late to the party with the original Persona 5 launching back in 2016 for PS3/PS4 and Royal following in 2019 specifically for PS4. While a Switch port was widely hoped for, the first taste Switch owners would get of anything related to Shin Megami Tensei would be the port of the Wii U’s Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE. Although the mainline series did make its way over soon enough, this is the first round of Persona on Nintendo’s hybrid console. After all these years, though, is it really worth the wait and the port-begging?

Bayonetta 3 will be hacking and slashing its way onto the Switch in a matter of days, and fans were treated to very long, very bonkers trailer last week showing off a ton of the game. Join your hosts Nick, Nicolas and Luiz as they discuss how the game is shaping up and some of the cooler details revealed last week. They’ll also discuss Bravely Default and teases of a remaster by the original game’s producer, a unique Cuphead Collector’s Edition coming soon, and more!

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lets talk pokemon scarlet or pokemon violet

We’re about a month away from the launch of Pokemon Scarlet and Pokemon Violet, the latest entry in the legendary franchise that started up over 25 years ago. The games will largely be the same, but like past entries, a few details will set them apart.

Something we saw with the original games is that a few select creatures were exclusive to each version, and that’s once again the case here. As one example, Koraidon is the main Legendary Pokemon for Scarlet while Miraidon is the Violet counterpart. Additionally, those playing Pokemon Scarlet will encounter Professor Sada while Pokemon Violet has Professor Turo. Small outfit changes are also included. You can find more information here.

So which version are you thinking of going for? Maybe you plan on picking up both? Let us know in the comments.

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