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Metalhead Software has given a new look at its sports game Super Mega Baseball 3 with an overview video, which goes over the basics. We’ve included it below.

Super Mega Baseball 3 launches for Switch via the eShop in April.

Image & Form have revealed that they are developing a new game in the SteamWorld series via a job posting on Twitter. The post claims the team are seeking out two experienced 2D artists located in Gothenburg, Sweden.

The tweet reads;

We’re making a new SteamWorld game and are looking for two experienced 2D artists (Art Director or Technical Artist)! Preferably in Gothenburg, Sweden. Got what it takes? Link your portfolio down below and we’ll reach out to you if we’re interested.

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Update: Gematsu says it has heard similar things regarding Super Mario 3D World Deluxe, a new Paper Mario title, and high-definition remasters of Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy.

Original: Eurogamer has published a new report backing up speculation from VGC that a slew of Mario re-releases are on the way for Switch.

The site’s report names Super Mario Galaxy as one of the games Nintendo is planning for a remaster. Additionally, we’ll be seeing “a couple of other 3D Mario favorites.”


This week’s UK software sales are as follows:

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Rebellion have released the launch trailer for Zombie Army Trilogy, which launches on Switch tomorrow, March 31st.

Check out the trailer below.

Update: There’s been another report about this, now naming Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario 3D World as re-releases. Read up on it here.

Original: Switch could be getting a whole lot of Super Mario love this year. According to a VGC report, Nintendo is preparing to re-release most of the plumber’s 35-year back catalog, now remastered for Switch. That’s based on information received from “multiple sources”.

VGC’s report mentions a new event from Nintendo that will coincide with Super Mario’s anniversary. The company’s plans are supposedly “set to be revealed alongside new details of Nintendo’s partnership with Universal, and the pair’s Super Nintendo World theme park attractions and animated Super Mario movie.” Nintendo was apparently planning a physical event at E3 2020 in June, but the expo has been cancelled and the Big N “is now reviewing its plans in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.”

Along with plans for re-releases, VGC mentions that “several other Mario titles” are in the works for 2020. A new Paper Mario is specifically mentioned in the report.


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The roguelike action-platformer Neon Abyss was announced for Switch last August. It didn’t make the originally intended 2019 release window, but Team17 and Veewo Games have confirmed that the game is still coming to Nintendo’s console. We should be seeing it later this year if all goes well.

We have the following overview and trailer for Neon Abyss:

The dictator simulator game Tropico 6 is on the way to Switch, publisher Kalypso Entertainment and developer Limbic Entertainment have announced. A release window has not yet been confirmed.

Here’s an overview of Tropico 6, along with a trailer:

Turn Me Up is one of the company’s involved with bringing Borderlands Legendary Collection to Switch. Over on the studio’s website, more information is revealed about the Switch ports.

Turn Me Up states that the team “worked tireless with 2K and Gearbox to bring these ravenously requested classics to Switch in full 1080p, at 30 FPS and with no downgrading of art assets.” It also “included all the trimmings of the GOTY releases” while also making motion controls just for the new Switch collection.

Borderlands Legendary Collection launches for Switch on May 29.


Once again, it seems we have confirmation of a game coming to Nintendo Switch through it receiving an age rating. This time, the ESRB has rated John Wick Hex for Nintendo Switch. This is an action strategy game set in the John Wick universe, which was originally released for PC in October of last year. As always, this isn’t an official announcement just yet, but it’s extremely likely that the game will be released on the Switch. It received an “M” rating from the ESRB for “Blood, Strong Language & Violence”; here’s their overview of the game:

This is a tactical action game in which players assume the role of John Wick on a quest to rescue characters from an enemy. From a top-down perspective, players infiltrate night clubs and criminal strongholds using a tactical grid system to move through the environment. As players encounter enemy thugs, they use a menu system to perform tactical actions (e.g., strike, takedown, parry, shot). Shooting enemies can result in cries of pain and brief splashes of blood; some still-images depict enemies laying in pools of blood. The word “f**k” is heard in the game.

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