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Techland has started sending out Old West-themed postcards to members of the press, teasing a reveal of Call of Juarez: Gunslinger for Switch. An image on the front shows a gunslinger playing on the device so it’s quite clear what this is about. Additionally, the back teases more news to come on October 24 at 12 AM PT / 3 PM ET / 8 PM in the UK / 9 PM in Europe.

Techland previously teased an announcement for Switch earlier in the year. On top of that, Call of Juarez: Gunslinger was recently rated for Switch by the ESRB, which had all but confirmed the port.

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Overwatch first arrived in 2016, though it has just now landed on Switch. Director Jeff Kaplan explained why it took some time for Blizzard to release its game on the platform in an interview with Ars Technica.

Blizzard’s Wes Yanagi reconfirmed that Overwatch for Switch first came to be a year ago, around the time that Diablo III came to the system. Kaplan said that the team was initially a bit reluctant to move ahead with porting Overwatch since they knew it wouldn’t look just how it does on PC, but eventually got past that hurdle and realized that it’s not all about graphics.

Game Freak has high ambitions with its next Pokemon game. According to director Shigeru Ohmori, the theme this time around was making “the greatest Pokemon game.”

Ohmori told Game Informer in this month’s issue:

At Tokyo Game Show 2019, Square Enix kindly set us up with a special demo session of the upcoming Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles Remastered Edition for Switch. Sifting through the miasma, I sat down with three others to crawl through the dungeon-like environments and bring back some Myrrh (AKA impressions) for our readers. Though I’m not so sure the town will be very festive upon my return from this excursion…

You listen to me chat about gaming and more by joining in on our weekly Nintendo Everything Podcast, available on nearly all platforms (including iTunes, Spotify, PocketCasts and more).

This week, more Gigantamax forms were revealed for Pokemon Sword/Shield. Pikachu, Eevee, Charizard, Meowth, and Butterfree will all be able to transform. Take a closer look at each one with the gameplay footage below.

Atelier Ryza is the next entry in the long-running Atelier series, and it’s a pretty significant one at that. It’s true that the franchise gets new games regularly, but this addition is taking a bit of a different approach. Gust reworked the game’s visuals, battle system, and more.

In an interview with Nintendo Everything, producer Junzo Hosoi spoke more about Atelier Ryza, supporting Switch, and what possibilities lie ahead for the future. You can find our full discussion below.

With Shovel Knight Showdown approaching its December launch, Yacht Club Games is beginning to spotlight the game’s roster. View a character highlight video for Shovel Knight himself below.

Kadokawa Games has shared the boxart for Metal Max Xeno: Reborn, which we have above. The game’s first teaser trailer is also located below.

Metal Max Xeno: Reborn is due out for Switch this winter in Japan.

Kadokawa Games today announced LoveR Kiss, an updated version of the photo x dating sim LoveR. It’s due out for Switch in Japan this winter.

Here’s what we know thus far:

Kadokawa Games today revealed Root Film, a new mystery adventure title. It’ll be released for Switch in Japan this spring.

Below are the first batch of details (courtesy of Gematsu), along with a trailer: