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QubicGames is working with Retro Reactor to port One Strike to Switch, the company has announced.

Retro Reactor is a 2D fighting game with medieval fighters and landscapes. Matches tend to last only a few seconds, with a single hit deciding matches. You can fight against a friend or the AI.

Timberman VS trailer

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Digital Melody has readied a new trailer for Timberman VS, which is coming soon to Switch. You can view the video below.

A listing on the European eShop shows that Super Saurio Fly on the eShop next week – specifically April 28. We can also confirm its availability in North America on the same day.

Created by FraxelGames, Super Saurio Fly is a 2D arcade platformer and adventure game. Here’s a general overview:

Did you know that Okami’s 12th anniversary is today? Capcom hasn’t forgotten, and is celebrating with some special art.
Mari Shimazaki and Kenichiro Yoshimura, the lead designers on Okami, worked together to create the image above.

After previously coming to Wii, Okami will be returning to a Nintendo system once again this summer. Capcom intends to release Okami HD via the eShop.

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Focus Home Interactive has readied a new trailer for Masters of Anima to highlight the title’s strong reception. You can find it below.

Runbow won’t be releasing for Switch via the eShop on April 24 as originally planned. A delay has been announced, with the extra time needed “in order to further optimize the game’s performance.”

13AM says Runbow will only be pushed back “a matter of weeks.” We’ll share the new release date as soon as we have it.

A physical version of Runbow for Switch will still be offered on June 14.

Source: Headup Games PR

Immortal Redneck won’t be out on Switch until May 10, but some footage has already arrived. Check out 20 minutes of gameplay below.

Arc System Works announced today that they will be conducting an open beta test for BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle in Japan next month. The test will take place from May 11th to May 13th. To take part, you will need to download a special demo version of the game that’ll be available on the Japanese eShop starting on May 11th. During the open beta,  you will be able to use all of the game’s non-DLC characters. The following modes will be playable: Casual Lobby, Tactics Mode and Versus Mode (against CPU).

Even after the open beta period is over, you will still be able to play the demo version – with some restrictions: you won’t be able to use all of the characters and you will only be able to play offline.

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Crunching Koalas is still tinkering away on Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs. In a news post sent out to Switch owners today, the company offered some advise regarding how players can go about improving load times and outlined what’s in store for the next patch (version 1.0.2).

Here’s the full rundown:

A Robot Named Fight footage

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Next Thursday, the 2D action adventure roguelite A Robot Named Fight will be arriving on the Switch eShop. Get a look at some footage below.

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