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Woodle Tree developer Chubby Pixel has confirmed that Suicide Guy is on the way to Switch. This title, along with Woodle Tree 2, will be out on Nintendo’s console later this year.

Suicide Guy is a first person action-puzzle game that takes place in a world of dreams. The person you play as can’t actually wake up from his dreams, so it’ll be your job to help him. The game has 25 levels, vehicles to drive, collectibles to find, and more.

Find a few more details and a trailer for Suicide Guy below.

This month’s EDGE review scores are as follows:

PUBG – 9
OK KO! Let’s Play Heroes – 7
Lost Sphear – 6
Arena of Valor – 6
Celeste – 8
Finding Paradise – 8
Brawlout – 3


The official Twitter account for WorldNeverland: Elnea Kingdom shared a gameplay clip this week offering a look at the upcoming Switch version. We’ve gone ahead and posted it below.

Thanks to m_t for the tip.


Arcade Archives Vs. Super Mario Bros

This week’s Switch eShop charts are as follows:


1. Arcade Archives Vs. Super Mario Bros.
2. Stardew Valley
3. Darkest Dungeon
4. Rocket League
5. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
6. Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition
7. Celeste
8. Overcooked: Special Edition
9. NBA Playgrounds: Enhanced Edition
10. Super Mario Odyssey
11. The Escapists 2
12. Zelda: Breath of the Wild
13. Sonic Mania
14. Enter the Gungeon
15. Super Meat Boy
16. Splatoon 2
17. Human: Fall Flat
18. Snipperclips
19. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
20. Furi

Source: Switch eShop


Much like it has done in previous years, Game Informer has ranked the top 50 games of 2017. The magazine published the full results in its latest issue.

Ranked by release date, Game Informer’s top 50 is as follows:

This week, Matt Makes Games published its newest title Celeste, and it’s out now on Switch. But the developer had also previously announced that its last game TowerFall would also be released on the system. Although there hasn’t been much news to share, it hasn’t been cancelled.

Developer Matt Thorson provided the following update to IGN:

“Our plan was always to wrap up Celeste before working on the Switch TowerFall edition. Soon we’ll be freed up to bring that over! We know a lot of fans are eager to play TowerFall on the Switch, and I’m excited to see it on there myself. But it’s more important for us to move forward with Celeste and put all our energy into making it as good as possible before revisiting TowerFall again. We think fans of TowerFall will be surprised at how much we’ve improved and pushed ourselves to explore new creative territory in Celeste.”

TowerFall is 2D combat game with archers that bounce around arenas as they try to one-hit kill each other. We’ve included a trailer for it below.


A few new games out came out this week on the various eShops. If you’re interested in checking out what’s new in screenshot form, take a look at the gallery below.

Rock Pocket Games announced this week that Shiftlings Enhanced Edition is coming to Switch on February 1. Take a look at 20 minutes of footage below.

Players have discovered a neat Super Mario Bros. 3 Easter egg hidden within Celeste. It’s a small one, but a nice homage nonetheless. We won’t spoil it here, though you can see it for yourself in the video below.

Update (1/26): We’ve confirmed with Dufgames that the listing is accurate. Black Hole will release on February 6.

Original (1/25): Black Hole was originally intended for release on Switch in January, but it looks like the release window could be slipping just slightly. Currently, the European eShop has it down for February 6. The North American launch should be taking place around the same time.

Black Hole is an arcade-style twin-stick shooter set in space. The game has 40 levels spread across four worlds, three upgradeable ships, HD Rumble support, speedrun and colorblind modes, and leaderboards. Support is also included for touch controls, motion controls, and IR controls.

Source: Switch eShop

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