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Splatoon 2’s Octo Expansion was very well received for its challenging nature, but as players start to complete its 80 stages, they might be left wondering what’s next for the single player story. Well, producer Hisashi Nogami made it clear that the team has no plans for any additional single player, premium releases. 

In the same interview, it was recently confirmed that the team has not ruled out premium multiplayer content, which has not been seen in the Splatoon series to date. Both installments have seen a steady wave of free, post-launch weapons and maps for a year after launch, which have always been welcome additions. No confirmations of any additional premium content have been made yet.


Heroki, which was announced for Switch last week, has secured a release date. The game will launch on July 20 via the eShop for $9.99. Picomy says it will be the “best version of Heroki on any platform.”

You’ll be able to pre-load Picomy starting June 20. When you do so, you’ll be able to save 30%.

Here’s a trailer:

With Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy launching on Switch this week, Activision has readied a launch trailer. View the video below.

Bandai Namco published the latest Japanese commercial for My Hero: One’s Justice. You can watch it below.

Nintendo published the first North American commercial for the Switch RPG Octopath Traveler. We’ve attached the advert below.

Sanrio Characters Picross first came to Japan a couple of months ago. It will be receiving a western release this week, Jupiter has confirmed.

We have the following information on Sanrio Characters Picross:

Shut Eye releasing on Switch

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Forever Entertainment is bringing another one of its past titles to Switch. Next up on the docket is Shut Eye, a game with a horror atmosphere.

You’ll play as a young child who suffers from anxiety. The primary goal is to “survive the nights an keep your anxiety down, as through out the night you will experience the mind of an over active child’s imagination.” The Switch version will contain “refreshed graphics and gameplay”.

The next update for Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle has gone live. Version 1.7.561410 is now available.

If you have the season pass (or Gold Edition), you can begin playing the Donkey Kong Adventure DLC. It’ll be available to all players tomorrow.

Note that in order to begin playing the DLC, you need to complete Ancient Gardens (World 1) once.

Square Enix’s 38th annual meeting of stockholders took place in Japan last week. During the event, the company apparently commented on the Switch version of Dragon Quest XI once again. One person who attended claims Square Enix stated that the Switch version of Dragon Quest XI will have content not found in the PlayStation 4 version.

At this time, an official transcript of the event has not been published. That means we only have the vague tweet to go by currently.

Despite being one of the first games confirmed for the system, Dragon Quest XI is still not out on Switch. Furthermore, Square Enix has yet to show the game on Nintendo’s console. Producer Hokuto Okamoto previously explained why it was announced so early.


Money Puzzle Exchanger won’t be Hamster’s only classic title for Switch this week. Renegade Kid will be released on the same day, a listing on the European eShop reveals.

Here’s a brief overview of the action game:

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