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Thanks to IGN, we have a new look at The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ on Switch with a few minutes of multiplayer footage. Check out the video below.


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Update: A new blog post from Tomorrow Corporation indicates that all of its games will be heading to Europe next week. Also, there could be a physical box in the future:

“We are looking into a physical version, but it’s a lot trickier than the digital world we’re all living in now. If we do find a way to make a physical version, it will not be for a while. In the meantime, you are welcome to download the games to your Switch, and then put your Switch in a box. Is a physical version something you want? Let us know!”


Original: Tomorrow Corporation is bringing three games to the North American Switch eShop today. World of Goo, Little Inferno, and Human Resource Machine should all be out in just a bit. But what about Europe?

Over on the European Switch eShop, Little Inferno is listed for March 23. Presumably the other two games will be launching on the same day as well. Each one will cost £8.99.

A new video is in showcasing the just-released Switch version of Little Inferno. About 16 minutes of gameplay can be seen below.

As of now, SteamWorld Dig 2 will be a digital title on Switch. The game could eventually go the physical route as well.

In a Reddit AMA, Image & Form community manager Julius Guldbog said the team is “looking into” the possibility of SteamWorld Dig 2 seeing a retail release. Guldbog added in a separate comment:

“No word on a physical release yet. We’re in the talks with distributors, but have nothing to announce at this moment. BUT SteamWorld Collection did REALLY well for us, so physical makes a lot of sense.”

Guldbog was also asked throughout the AMA about bringing past SteamWorld entries to Switch. Image & Form would “love” to make that happen, but SteamWorld Dig 2 is the focus for the time being.

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Human Resource Machine is one of three Tomorrow Corporation games heading to the North American Switch eShop today. Take a look at some footage below.

We originally posted about Battle Princess Madelyn last month. In February, Casual Bit Games confirmed the project for Switch and Wii U. What we didn’t know at the time though is that a Kickstarter campaign would be involved.

For those interested in Battle Princess Madelyn, the game is seeking $60,000 (CA) in funding. It just opened with a month to go, and already has generated about $7,500. Assuming the goal is met, Battle Princess Madelyn will be on both of Nintendo’s consoles in the future.


We previously heard that Tomorrow Corporation was planning local multiplayer for World of Goo on Switch and possibility its other two games. The team decided against having it in Human Resource Machine since “it would be too chaotic for a game that needs such concentration,” though it could possibly be added in the future. However, we can say that Little Inferno will in fact have multiplayer.

Tomorrow Corporation wrote in a new blog update:

“The brand new Switch Edition is the first and only version of Little Inferno to feature multiplayer. Now you can drag a friend through your personal existential crisis! It’s incredibly satisfying to rip things apart and burn it all down with a friend. Also perfect for couples.”

It sounds like, at least in the case of Little Inferno, that local multiplayer will be added in about a week via a title update. That’s because the original game in its single-player form was approved first, followed by multiplayer. We’ll keep you informed about the patch when we hear something new.

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Nintendo World Report has shared more off-screen footage of ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove from its appearance at PAX. View the video below.

Blaster Master Zero was reportedly going to receive an update on March 16. Well, it’s already tomorrow in Japan and version 1.1 is now live.

The only relevant note about this update is that it adds support for the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller. To receive this patch you just need to launch the game while being connected to the Internet. And of course, you can check which version of Blaster Master Zero are you playing by looking below the game title in the title screen.

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Another Neo Geo game is joining the Arcade Archives series tomorrow. In Europe and Japan at least, The King of Fighters ’94 will be available.

Hamster confirms the news for Japan on its Twitter page. As for Europe, we’re able to see the game’s listing on the eShop. The status for North America is unclear, but The King of Fighters ’94 should be out soon regardless.

Here’s a video: