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Big Crown: Showdown is the latest Switch game to have been hit with a delay. Previously planned for this week, the game will now launch in early January instead. Sold Out did not explain why it’s been pushed back.

While you wait, here’s a new trailer:

Source: Sold Out PR

Earlier today, Fight of Gods was added to the Switch eShop. You can see a video below containing a bunch of gameplay footage.

Famitsu hosted a live stream a few hours ago and showcased Arcade Archives Athena. Have a look at the full recording with footage below.

Blue Rider footage

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As of tomorrow, Blue Rider will be available as a digital download on the Switch eShop. Take a look at some footage below.

Puzzle Bobble – otherwise known as Bust-a-Move – will be appearing on Switch as the system’s latest NeoGeo game. An advert in the latest issue of Famitsu confirms the news.

ACA NeoGeo Puzzle Bobble launches December 20 worldwide. Pricing is set at $7.99 / €6.99 / £6.29.

Digerati and Woblyware have announced that Omega Strike is coming soon to Switch. The pixel-art action-platformer Omega Strike is deploying the eShop on December 24.

Here’s an overview for Omega Strike plus a trailer:

According to a listing on the Japanese eShop, Phrasefight is making its way to Switch next week. The game is currently slated for December 20.

Phrasefight is a rhythm fighting game developed by VeryOK. Along with supporting all of Switch’s play modes (TV, handheld, tabletop), it’ll also feature HD Rumble support and single Joy-Con play.

Below are a couple of videos:

Source: Switch eShop

Chronus Arc is heading to Switch next week, a listing on the Japanese eShop reveals. The RPG had been announced for the system back in October.

For those who missed it the first time around, here’s an overview and trailer:

HandyGames, in partnership with developer Honig Studios, announced today that it will publish El Hijo on Switch next year. It’s due out sometime in 2019.

El Hijo is “a non-violent, spaghetti-western stealth game” following a six-year old who “must always sneak past the dangers of his world.” When he overcomes challenges, “he gains self-confidence and cunning and with it more schemes to get past his foes. Locations include a remote monastery, a harsh and unforgiving stretch of desert, and a frontier town rife with crime and villainy.

Gris launch trailer

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Ahead of its release tomorrow, Devolver Digital published a launch trailer for Gris. We’ve included the video below.