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Tiny Metal won’t be launching this week as originally planned. On Twitter, publisher Unties states that the game will now launch on December 21.

The extra time will be used to further enhance the game’s quality. Also, the team will be adding in a few more features.

Thanks to Paul R for the tip.


We knew that Shinobi Refle: Senran Kagura was due to be released sometime this year, but it turns out it’s actually quite soon – the game will be released this Friday, on November 24th. It will be an eShop-exclusive title. Since the Switch is region-free, you will be able to easily download it by accessing the Japanese eShop. Note that the game has received a Cero D rating in Japan, which means it’s an 18+ / adults-only game.


Teslagrad for Switch is heading to North America and Europe next month, but in Japan, it’s already available. Check out some footage below.

btf only just started its Kickstarter for Truberbrook this week. Despite that, the funding goal has already exceeding its original asking amount. Truberbrook needed roughly $94,000 to success, but is already over $150,000 with close to a month left in the campaign.

Truberbrook is a mystery sci-fi adventure game with hand-crafted scenes. Here’s the general premise, for those who missed it the first time around:

“Imagine yourself on a vacation to Europe in the late sixties. Now, picture yourself as a young American scientist; Hans Tannhauser. Yes, that’s your name in this scenario. While you’re at it, think of Trüberbrook, a remote village in rural, mountain-sloped and densely forested cold-war Germany. Because, that’s where you somehow end up after hitting the continent. But who cares, you won the trip in a lottery! Or at least, that’s how it seems. But don’t fear, instead of getting some rest, you could find yourself having to save the world…”

Headup Games will be publishing Truberbrook on Switch when development is finished. The project is currently targeted for late 2018.


Pinball FX3 was originally supposed to be out on Switch this week. Unfortunately, Zen Studios announced a last-minute delay. It will now debut on the eShop early next month.

Zen Studios explained the delay on its Twitter account this week. Functionality is being added in so that you can play vertically with a single Joy-Con. With support for HD Rumble also included, Zen Studios says Pinball FX3 will offer “an amazing, portable pinball experience.”

Zen Studios posted the following on Twitter:

Sumer is in the works for Switch, Studio Wumpus has announced. The game is on display for the first time on Nintendo’s console at PAX Unplugged.

Studio Wumpus shared the brief announcement on Twitter:

Sumer is a unique digital board game that blends action and strategy. Four Sumerian nobles are engaged in the political game of worship and battle for power. We have a ton of additional information below, along with a trailer.

Forever Entertainment has prepared a new trailer for Hollow, which is due out on Switch early next year. Watch it below.

MXGP3 footage

Posted on 5 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in Switch eShop, Videos | 0 comments

A number of new releases came to Switch this past week, including the racer MXGP3. Take a look at some footage below.

System: Switch
Release date: November 17, 2017
Developer: Two Tribes
Publisher: Two Tribes

In RIVE, you control a spider-mech that is piloted by a loud mouthed, raunchy captain as he tries to escape a space warehouse that constantly pours threat after threat his way. As far as story- that’s as much as you’re going to get, aside from awkward one-liners and poor pop culture references. The story never grows into much more than that, but that’s completely fine. A game like RIVE doesn’t need a huge encompassing tale to keep you invested, just the quick paced action of the 7ish hour campaign will keep you invested enough.

Unepic was confirmed to be releasing on Switch back in August. Now it seems that we have a release date.

Over on the eShop, Unepic can actually be pre-loaded right now. This is for both North America and Europe. Both stores list the game for December 15, so it appears that’s when it will be launching. 

Unepic takes up 221MB on Switch, in case you’re wondering.

Source: Switch eShop


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