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Saber Interactive is putting the final touches on a new update for NBA Playgrounds. Players will have access to new modes, content, and features soon.

First up, NBA Playgrounds is getting a 3-Point Contest mode. The game’s rebounding system has been reworked, and friend invites are planned. Finally, 33 new players are being added.

Below is a trailer for the upcoming update:

The update will be live on Switch soon. Hopefully it won’t take nearly as long as the previous patch.

Yesterday, a demo for Rayman Legends Definitive Edition was found on the European Switch eShop. It’s quite meaty, offering a few levels and some Kung Foot action.

A few hours later, the Rayman Legends Definitive Edition demo is missing in action. It has simply been removed without any explanation. It was located on the game’s new page, located in the “Coming Soon” section of the eShop, but the demo option is no longer available.

If we had to guess, the demo will return at some point later. It may have just gone up too early. There have also been some questions about performance in docked mode, so Ubisoft could be looking to clear those issues up before going live officially.

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You won’t have to wait much longer for Overcooked: Special Edition on Switch. Today, Team17 announced that it’s due out this week – on Thursday, to be specific. Pricing is set at $19.99 / €19.99 / £15.99.

Overcooked: Special Edition features the Overcooked base game along with The Lost Morsel and Festive Seasoning DLC. HD Rumble is also supported.

Here’s a rundown of features:

● 44 campaign levels which can be played solo or couch co-op with up to 4 players
● 9 versus levels to play head to head locally with either 2 or 4 players
● 22 different chefs to play as. Choose a human, racoon, dinosaur, French bulldog, robot or even a reindeer in your quest for culinary greatness!
● A range of crazy kitchens to play across with different recipes to master – cook soup, burritos, burgers, fish and chips and more!

GameSpot posted a video with more footage of Overcooked: Special Edition on Switch. Take a look at the latest gameplay below.

The Sexy Brutale may have a chance of coming to Switch. On July 14, PEGI rated the game for the console.

Classifications don’t always confirm releases, but usually they’re intended to be used in some way. It would be rather strange for The Sexy Brutale to be rated on Switch if Tequila Works doesn’t intend to bring it to the platform, though perhaps it’s a possibility the studio is exploring for the future.

We reached out to Tequila Works earlier this week and asked about the classification, but have thus far not heard back. We’ll let you know if we receive an official comment from the company.

Retro City Rampage DX will be on Switch very soon – likely within the next week or two. See some off-screen footage of the new release 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.

After cancelling the game for Wii U, Two Tribes is bringing Rive to Switch. The studio is working with Engine Software on the port.

One of the features planned for RIVE on Switch is a Copilot Mode. Two Tribes co-founder / lead engineer Martijn Reuvers explained to Nintendo Life how it will work:

The Guardian held a live stream earlier today and gave a good look at Overcooked: Special Edition running on Switch. Check out the video below for gameplay.


Abylight is publishing Qbics Paint on the Switch eShop next week. For an early look at the game, watch the video below.

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