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The life simulation game Chinese Parents is coming to Switch on August 20, an eShop listing reveals. It’ll be sold digitally via the eShop.

We have the following overview and trailer for Chinese Parents:

Rainy Frog and Gudouan have nailed down a release date for Kwaidan: Azuma Manor Story, the 3D action and point-and-click adventure title. A release is planned for August 20 via the eShop.

Here’s an overview of the game:

King of Fighters R-2, a fighting game from the Neo Geo Pocket Color era, was confirmed for Switch during the New Game+ Expo earlier this summer. It was originally expected sometime in July, though the month just went by without any updates from SNK.

The good news is that King of Fighters R-2 has actually just released – well, in Japan that is. It’s out now on the Japanese eShop, though we’re still waiting for the game in the west. It’s possible that we could end up seeing it in North America and Europe after the regular store update tomorrow.

Double Kick Heroes, a shoot ’em up and rhythm game hybrid, hits Switch next week. Find some early footage in the video below.

Double Kick Heroes is slated for August 13 on the Switch eShop.

Publisher Versus Evil and developer EVC have set a release date for the tactical RPG Wintermoor Tactics Club. It’ll launch for Switch as an eShop download on September 10, the two sides confirmed today.

Here’s an overview of Wintermoor Tactics Club:

Circus Charlie is confirmed as this week’s Arcade Archives game on Switch. As for next week, the latest issue of Famitsu reveals that Hamster is preparing Super Punch-Out!!

Super Punch-Out!! came to arcades well before the SNES having debuted in 1984. The two versions are similar, but there are some differences such as the arcade version featuring a vertical monitor layout.

Super Punch-Out!! launches for Switch worldwide on August 14.

Gleamlight’s launch appears to be just a couple of weeks away. According to an eShop listing, the action game is lined up for August 20.

D3 Publisher and Dico originally announced Gleamlight during a December 2019 Indie World Showcase. We knew it would be releasing sometime this year, but this is the first time we’ve had an actual date.

Here’s some information about Gleamlight plus a trailer:

Ninjala started out by region locking online multiplayer. That means if you’re in North America, you can’t easily play against someone in Japan.

Fortunately, GungHo has announced that the region lock will be removed this week. Following maintenance that should finish up on early on August 7, you’ll be able to battle against players from regions across the world.


Publisher PQube and developer Abstract Digital today announced that Tormented Souls, a new survival horror game, is in development for Switch. It will launch on Nintendo’s console sometime in 2021.

We have the following overview and trailer for Tormented Souls:

Apt Games has shared a new developer walkthrough for its score-attack bullet hell game Terror Squid, which offers a four-minute look at how you navigate the self-made hazardous terrain before blowing up as much of it as you can in a chain reaction. We’ve included the video below.

Terror Squid launches on Switch later in 2020.