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Mario Luigi original developers

Nintendo won’t say who’s developing Mario & Luigi: Brothership, but the company has offered up a sliver of information.

As relayed by Game File, the Big N says that “some of the original developers who worked on the franchise are involved in the development”. Nintendo noted that further information will be included in the credits at release.

Tying in with the launch of #Blud comes a new trailer for the game. The title, released by Humble Games and Exit 73 Studios, dropped on Switch this week.

Learn more about the animated dungeon crawler in the following overview:

Everafter Falls gameplay

Following its arrival on Switch this week, gameplay has come in for Everafter Falls. The farm/life story-driven adventure RPG launched nearly four years after it was announced for the system.

Here’s an official overview of the title:

Moonstone Island gameplay

A whole bunch of gameplay is now in for the just-released Switch version of Moonstone Island. The creature-collecting life-sim has received an hour of footage.

For more information about the game, read the following overview:

This week’s Switch eShop charts are as follows:


LEGO Horizon Adventures Switch

One of the more surprising announcements out of the Summer Game Fest showcase was the reveal of the new Switch game LEGO Horizon Adventures. Although it was leaked previously, no one expected it to appear on Nintendo’s console. Yet PlayStation’s big franchise is now crossing over with LEGO, and it will indeed be available on Switch before the year is over.

Guerrilla Games narrative director James Windeler was recently asked to weigh in on the announcement. Ultimately, it sounds like the decision to support Switch was to reach more potential players, including families and younger gamers. Windeler also said the team “received very helpful support from Nintendo.”

Smile Fest 2024

Smile Fest 2024 is currently in progress where a ton of figures are on display. Some are brand new announcements, others are now shown in prototype form for the first time, and others are gearing up for production.

As is always the case, many different gaming figures are being showcased at the event. Some are for Nintendo titles plus many from third-parties.

Everafter Falls trailer

Akupara Games and SquareHusky readied a new launch trailer for Everafter Falls. The title, a card-eating adventure, has now released on Switch.

Here’s an overview of the game with more details:

Frogue release date

June 14: Frogue, a roguelike bullet hell platformer, now has a release date. The game arrives on June 20, 2024, according to an eShop listing.

We first heard about Frogue towards the end of last year. QubicGames and Wired Dreams Studio are teaming up on the release.

KinnikuNeko: Super Muscle Cat

Publisher Mameshiba Games and developer Kamotachi are bringing KinnikuNeko: Super Muscle Cat to Switch, the two sides confirmed today. A release is planned for later in 2024.

KinnikuNeko: Super Muscle Cat is a side-scrolling platformer. You’ll take on the role of a cat with the body of a bodybuilder who fights against an invading alien army to save Earth.

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