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On Tuesday, Dandara launches on Switch as a digital download. Have a look at some footage in the video below.

Owlboy is finally reaching Switch this month, as its release is set for February 13. You can watch the game’s launch trailer below.

Iconoclasts is a game that took nearly a decade to develop. Konjak started working on the project way back in 2010, and finally saw its initial release on January 23.

Currently, Iconoclasts isn’t available on Nintendo platforms. But that could change in the future. Creator Joakim Sandberg recently told GamerHubTV:

Forever Entertainment has shared a brief video showing Hollow running on Switch with an off-screen handheld video. Check it out below.


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Trinket Studios may not be finished with Battle Chef Brigade. When asked about the possibility of updating the game with online support, the developer said that “some fun surprises” are planned for this year.

Trinket said:


No word yet on what Trinket Studios has in store. If we hear about anything, we’ll be sure to bring the news to you.

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Last week, 10 Second Run Returns came to the North American Switch eShop without any notice. It hadn’t been mentioned in the Nintendo Download report or anywhere else recently.

This has now happened for the second week in a row. Despite missing from the Nintendo Download press release, The Men of Yoshiwara: Kikuya appeared on the North American eShop. The visual novel can be purchased for $19.99.

Here’s some additional information and a trailer:

Some new sales went live on the North American Switch and 3DS eShops this week. On Switch, Perception has been discounted for the first time, and there are some other decent offers as well. For 3DS specifically we’re highlighting the fact that all of the Ace Attorney games are on sale, including Apollo Justice.

Here’s the full roundup:

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Celeste is off to a very good start on Switch. The game has sold the most on Nintendo’s console, according to creator Matt Thorson.

Thorson told Destructoid in a new interview:

“The Switch version of Celeste has sold the most, and that’s what we were expecting. We feel like Celeste and the Switch are a perfect fit for each other. We are glad we launched on all consoles though, and we really appreciate the support we’ve seen across the board.”

Thorson hasn’t divulged any specific sales figures for Celeste. But as we’ve seen, it’s topping the Switch eShop charts.

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System: Switch (eShop)
Release date: January 25, 2018
Developer: SMG Studio / Premo Games
Publisher: SMG Studio


There’s not a lot to dislike about Super One More Jump. On its surface it looks like a fairly generic Super Meat Boy derivative, but beyond its stout square character, the ease in which you can very quickly die in its short challenge levels – and the instant reset when you do – Super One More Jump shares more with auto-runner mobile games than the intricate fine-tuned play that a Meat Boy demands. It wasn’t a surprise to learn that this is a souped-up version of Premo Games’ One More Jump. As a result it’s mechanically undercooked to be a slightly awkward fit for a dedicated console with a full array of buttons and sticks.

This week’s Switch eShop charts are as follows:

Software

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

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