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At Gamescom 2019, SEGA and Two Point Studios showcased a ton of footage from Two Point Hospital on consoles. Have a look at the full recording below.

Ahead of its launch next month, Nintendo has opened the North American teaser site for the Zelda: Link’s Awakening Switch remake. Access it here.

The full site will open soon, but there’s already a decent amount to check out. Fans can view a trailer, screenshots, gameplay information, and more.

Nintendo fans don’t have to worry about Inti Creates slowing down on its support for Switch. Although the developer has been experimenting with more platforms as of late, the Big N’s console remains a top priority.

When asked about future Switch support from Inti Creates, president Takuya Aizu told us:

The countdown to Daemon X Machina is underway, as the Switch title is launching in just a few weeks. Nintendo has now opened the official site. Head on over here to access it.

This is the full version of the site, so there’s plenty to see and read up on. That includes a trailer, plenty of gameplay information, and more.

SEGA has shared a bunch of character art for Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. We get to see representatives from both franchises in some pretty unique outfits and poses that highlight the title’s various events.

Here’s the full set of art:

Game Freak uploaded a video this week with Shigeki Morimoto, the original designer for Mew. While it’s unfortunately only in Japanese at present, Siliconera translated some of the more notable tidbits.

Here’s the full roundup:


IGN has provided new footage from the recently-announced Rock of Ages 3. View the gameplay as shared at Gamescom 2019 below.

According to a new eShop listing, Little Racer will be making its way to Switch next week. The dynamic racing game is planned for August 29.

Here’s an overview of Little Racer plus a trailer:

Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble has been updated on Switch. Version 1.0.9 includes system changes, bug fixes, and more.

Below are the full patch notes:

FIFA 20 will be coming to Switch next month, but when it does, it’ll be released as a Legacy Edition. That means rather than more of a new experience that makes significant improvements and additions, it’ll be largely based on last year’s version.

EA has now published a lengthy FAQ detailing what fans can expect from FIFA 20 Legacy Edition on Switch. Find the full rundown below.

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