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Dufgames has announced an upcoming patch for Black Hole, the arcade style dual-stick space shooter for Switch. Version 1.1 is planned for early May.

The update will entail “will fix bugs and address the save game mechanic as well as some other small additions.” Dufgames is also planning more content updates for the future.

In other news, Black Hole has received a demo on the eShop. Switch owners can try out the first five levels of the game for each difficulty and ship.

Source: Dufgames PR

The soundtrack for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is massive. Despite all of the music the game has, an official OST release is happening. Fans in Japan will be able to pick up the soundtrack on May 23.

Back when the soundtrack was announced, lead composer Yasunori Mitsuda wrote up a blog explaining how difficult it was putting everything together. Fortunately, nextday from VGMdb translated a good portion of the post.

Square Enix has very slowly been speaking about what to expect from Dragon Quest XI on Switch. Although the RPG initially launched in Japan last year and is heading west in September, the Switch version is still a long way off.

We at least have confirmation now that Dragon Quest XI on Nintendo’s console is based on the PlayStation 4 release. Producer Hokuto Okamoto finally shared the news at PAX East 2018 last weekend. This had been widely speculated in the past, but it’s the first time Square Enix has gone on the record with that news officially.

Miitomo has been updated with more content. Users will find returning stages with more items.

“Fight with the power of love! Magical Girl Fashion” is the returning theme. The stages provide the following:

It was about a couple of weeks ago that a new month rolled right in. Now that we’re in April, we want to know what you’ve been playing.

Have you started up something entirely new for the month? Are you tackling something from your backlog? Whatever the case, let us know in the comments below!

This past week, Don’t Starve: Nintendo Switch Edition landed on the Switch eShop. Have a look at some footage in the video below.

Harvest Moon: Light of Hope – Special Edition is expected on Switch in May. As for Europe, the release is planned for June – specifically June 22.

Rising Star Games passed along the news on Twitter:

Harvest Moon: Light of Hope will be receiving a collector’s edition. It can be pre-ordered on Amazon UK here.


During the Wii era, High Voltage Software really made a name for itself. Third-person shooters and mature titles weren’t overly prevalent on the system, so the studio wanted to step in and fill the void. High Voltage saw some success with The Conduit, but had also promised another Wii shooter that never saw the day of light – that being The Grinder.

Liam Robertson and Unseen64 have taken a deep dive into the history of the first-person horror shooter and its development, including why it was eventually cancelled. You can watch the full report below.

Tennis World Tour arrives on Switch next month. When it does release, the game will be accompanied by a Legends Edition.

Tennis World Tour has a bunch of additional content. You’ll receive Andre Agassi and his 1995 outfit, John McEnroe and his 1990 outfit, Roger Federer’s racket, an exclusive coach who offers an experience boost, an online legend badge, five skill cards, and Roger Federer’s Nike “Spring 2018” outfit in Career Mode.

You can pre-order the Tennis World Tour Legends Edition currently on Amazon UK here.

The Japanese eShop has gone up with some screenshots of Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy. We’ve rounded up the various images below.

Source: Switch eShop

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