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This week, Konami provided an update on Castlevania Anniversary Collection. We now know the full lineup, and that the digital package of classic games will be out on May 16.

Here’s a batch of new screenshots:

We also know that some folks have been curious about the price point for Castlevania Anniversary Collection. Like the Arcade Classics Anniversary Collection, it’ll cost $19.99 on the Switch eShop.

After an article was spotted in Neo Magazine earlier today, we appeared to receive confirmation that Puyo Puyo eSports is heading west. The game was listed for a May 7 release outside of Japan as Puyo Puyo Champions.

Adding on to how the news was revealed without an official announcement, an English trailer has leaked online. It states that the game is “available now”, though that’s clearly not the case. Assuming the trailer is real – and currently we have no reason to doubt it – someone obviously got their hands on the video early and prior to SEGA’s reveal.

New Super Mario Bros. U features quite a bit of cut content, mainly relating to items and enemies. Now thanks to the fan-created level and game editor known as Miyamoto plus YouTuber Ceave, we’re able to get a look at some of the things that were ultimately scrapped.

Here’s the rundown of what was left on the cutting room floor:

This weekend, GameStop locations across the United States are hosting demo events for Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled. As part of this, Tiger Temple has been playable and fans have been uploading some of the first off-screen footage.

Here’s a look at the racing level:

Back in November, SEGA trademarked Puyo Puyo Champions. Some believed that this could be the English name for Puyo Puyo eSports. That speculation seems to have proven correct after all.

In the latest issue of Neo Magazine, a Puyo Puyo feature is apparently included. It includes commentary from director Mizuki Hosoyamada and the reveal that Puyo Puyo eSports is heading west. The game will be released as the previously-rumored Puyo Puyo Champions.

According to a listing on the eShop, Zeroptian Invasion is making its way to Switch next week. Developer Josyan and publisher Ratalaika Games will be bringing it out on April 26.

Here’s an introduction to the arcade shooter:

The action roguelike platformer Dig Dog is coming to Switch next week, Wild Rooster has announced. A release is planned for April 26.

We have the following overview and trailer for the game.

Brand new DLC is now available for The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame, and it’s entirely free. Warner Bros. has released the Galactic Adventures Character & Level Pack at no extra cost to current players.

Here’s a brief overview of the DLC:

The Humble Store has updated again and is now selling games from a number of new companies. Most recently, Capcom, SEGA, Team17, and Headup Games titles have been added to the store.

Included games are as follows:

This month’s issue of V-Jump announced that Super Saiyan God Vegeta is joining Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 as a DLC character. Bandai Namco has since shared the first official screenshot, which we have above.