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Creepy Tale 2, a cartoon puzzle adventure game inspired by ancient European fairy tales from publisher No Gravity Games and developer Creepy Brothers, has received a new launch trailer for its Switch release. The title was made available on the system this week.

We have the following overview for Creepy Tale 2:

This week’s Switch eShop charts are as follows:


Nintendo has passed along a new set of screenshots for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate that highlights the game’s recently-revealed Mii Fighter costumes for Doom Slayer, Octoling Wig, and Judd Had. The full set was unveiled during the final presentation for the title hosted by director Masahiro Sakurai.

The full set of images is below:

If you’ve played through No More Heroes 3, you may have noticed that the game has one sequence that’s extremely similar to Super Smash Bros. Director Suda51 spoke about that particular fight in an interview with Siliconera

Suda51 said it largely “started as a joke” and he “wrote it up a total rip-off of the Smash Bros. style”. However, after development began, he started to become a bit worried since it was more closely resembling Nintendo’s hit series than initially expected. Although Suda51 considered changing or removing the fight in No More Heroes 3, it managed to stay in after Nintendo and Smash Bros. director Masahiro Sakurai gave their blessing.

Suda51 stated:

The latest Shin Megami Tensei V demon trailer is in, which provides a closer look at the creature known as Sarasvati. Its debut appearance was in the original Shin Megami Tensei, and it has appeared in other titles like Persona and Devil Survivor.

The Megami Tensei Wiki has a bit of extra information on Sarasvati. Read some background details from the site below.

There’s been a lot of talk surrounding Pokemon Legends: Arceus as of late and whether or not the game will be open world. When it was revealed many months ago, a number of people compared it to Zelda: Breath of the Wild. But more information has been shared in August and September, and after combing through all of the latest content, fans came to the conclusion that an open world probably wouldn’t be in the cards.

Based on new comments from The Pokemon Company, Pokemon Legends: Arceus will be less like Breath of the Wild and more comparable to Monster Hunter with no real open world. That’s because Jubilife Village is your base of operations, and you’ll then go to different open areas in Hisui after taking on tasks.

The full statement from The Pokemon Company reads:

Koei Tecmo and Gust have issued the opening cinematic for Atelier Sophie 2: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Dream. The game begins with Sophie leaving her hometown of Kirchen Bell to discover a tree identical to one that Plachta had seen in a dream.

Last week, the game was officially announced for Switch at the Tokyo Game Show. It was first made known after it was leaked by a rating in Australia.

Here’s more on Atelier Sophie 2:

NASCAR Heat Ultimate Edition+ is coming to Switch, an Amazon listing reveals. The title is being brought to the system by publisher Motorsport Games and developer 704Games.

According to the Amazon listing, NASCAR Heat Ultimate Edition+ is the official video game of the 2020 season. It states that “the world’s most popular stockcar racing series puts you behind the wheel and challenges you to become the NASCAR Cup Series champion.” The game contains the 2020 official teams, drivers, cars, and schedule from the three NASCAR National Series in addition to the Xtreme Dirt Tour, racing on 39 authentic tracks.

Hey everyone, Metroid Dread is here!

I’ve been playing the game and it’s been on par with my expectations (which were very high!). I decided to share my first impressions in this small video for the Nintendo Everything’s YouTube channel. Check it out the to see if our opinions about the game are the same or in case you want to know if it’s for you. Also, feel free to share your first impressions about the game here on the site as well.

Our own review of Metroid Dread will be coming soon – stay tuned for that.

Nintendo has come out with another “Switch My Way” commercial. This time around, it’s Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl as well as Mario Party Superstars that get the focus. View the advert below.