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This week’s Switch eShop charts are as follows:


Over the past few weeks, Incube8 has been running a Kickstarter campaign for its upcoming game Infinity. The CA $16,000 was quickly reached, and a Switch stretch goal was added towards the very end. After raising over CA $350,000, Infinity will be made for Switch as well as Game Boy Color.

If you’re wondering about Infinity’s appearance on Game Boy Color, we should probably fill you in on the tactical RPG’s rather interesting history. The project was originally being developed by Affinix Software between 1999 and 2001 for the platform. However, it was scrapped in 2002 due to the market shifting to the GBA and publisher issues. An unfinished version was released as a free ROM in 2016, but a team of both new and old staffers has now formed to properly finish Infinity and put it out on cartridges.

If you’ve played the Monster Hunter Stories series, you’re probably familiar with the term called “monsties”. That’s because these games have a unique term for its creatures. Rather than going with something simple like “monsters”, a new “monsties” term was created.

So how did that term come to be in the first place? Speaking with Waypoint, English localization editor Joseph Detwiler explained:

We’re officially at episode 100 of Atlus’ Shin Megami Tensei V daily demon series, and for today’s video, we have a look at Mithra. The creature has appeared since Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei II.

Thanks to the Megami Tensei Wiki, we have the following background information on Mithra:

Publisher PQube and developer Vewo Interactive have readied a new launch trailer for Nexomon, a monster catching RPG. The game is making its way to Switch today.

Nexomon is a prequel to Nexomon Extinction, which released on Switch just over a year ago. Read about it here.

As for Nexomon itself, check out the following overview:

Publisher Humble Games and developer Studio Pixel Punk today confirmed the release date for Unsighted, their new action RPG. The title is due out for Switch on September 30.

Unsighted was previously announced for Switch back in June. At the time, we only had a vague 2021 launch window.

If you’re looking to try out Unsighted ahead of time, you can try out the brand new demo. Access the trial from the game’s eShop page now.

A new Hades Nendoroid is in the works based on main character Zagreus, Good Smile has announced. Specifics of the figure haven’t been detailed. There’s also no word on release timing just yet. However, we do have a concept image above.

That’s not the only new figure product for Hades. As part of WonHobby 33 in May, we learned that Zagreus is getting a Pop Up Parade figure. We’re also waiting on further updates pertaining to this particular product.

The UK My Nintendo Store has revealed pre-order bonuses for Mario Party Superstars. Along with a coaster set, buyers will be given keyring items. We have a look at all of the goodies above.

If you’ve already pre-ordered, that shouldn’t be an issue. Nintendo says that all previous reservations will be automatically upgraded to include the new items.

Publisher THQ Nordic and developer Purple Lamp Studios have announced SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Shake, a new 3D platformer that’s in development for Switch. A release window has not yet been announced.

Here’s an overview of the game’s story:

Update: Play-Asia has opened pre-orders for The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD soundtrack here.

Original: It looks like Japan is getting a sweet The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD soundtrack collection in a physical package. This will be a 5- disc collection of 187 tracks enclosed in a speciality box – including all the music from The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD (as well as the Wii music theme).

This is all that’s included in the regular edition of the soundtrack release, but there is also a limited edition that comes with all of this as well as a clear music box that plays the Ballad of the Goddess.

All of this is set to release on November 23, 2021 in Japan, with the price point of 5,500 yen for the regular edition and 8,800 yen for the limited edition. Pre-orders can be reserved at this link and appear to be live now.

There is currently no word of any stateside release at this time.