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Three new possible Switch games from THQ Nordic may have been outed by the Brazilian rating board. The site is listing Deponia Doomsday, The Book of Unwritten Tales 2, and The Raven Remastered for Nintendo’s console.

Deponia Doomsday is a point-and-click adventure game from Daedalic Entertainment, who just released State of Mind on Switch this week. The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 falls in the same genre and was previously made available on Wii U. The Raven Remastered was previously listed on THQ Nordic’s website for Switch, so this is another sign of an upcoming release.

We’ll keep an eye out for future THQ Nordic Switch announcements in the future.

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Hello everyone! This might sound a little backwards, but boxart can still sell me on a game. On the flip side, I hope no one still buys all their games based off of boxart, but that’s not why we’re here. We are here to talk about reversible boxart, the stuff we don’t see on store shelves. Join me, as we take a look at Switch games inside out.

Nintendo and Monolith Soft have returned with another look at Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Torna – The Golden Country. For today’s entry, we’re given a brief introduction to Gormott – a Titan from the original game who is coming back, but will be slightly different.

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Before the year is over, you’ll be able to play Diablo III on Switch. Kotaku spoke with senior producer Pete Stilwell about the port in a bit more detail earlier in the week.

Stilwell noted that bringing Diablo III to Switch went relatively smoothly, with “conversion on the graphics side” offering the greatest challenges. Nintendo did provide assistance with trouble-shooting.

Update: This is up again on Amazon after being taken down for a short while.

Original: Earlier today, Blizzard finally confirmed speculation that Diablo III Eternal Collection is Switch-bound. Retailers are now beginning to take pre-orders.

First up, Amazon has it here. You can also reserve Diablo III Eternal Collection at GameStop here.

Both retailers list a December 21 release date. We do believe it is just tentative, though it’s worth pointing out that this day would be a Friday.

Thanks to Jes T for the tip.

The Nintendo UK store has opened pre-orders for Super Mario Party. If you’d like to reserve the game, you can do so here.

Like with past titles on the Nintendo UK store, buyers will be given a pre-order bonus. Nintendo will be handing out the Question Block Lamp pictured above.

Idea Factory has narrowed down the western release date for Super Neptunia RPG. In both North America and Europe, fans can look for the game in Spring 2019.

Super Neptunia RPG will feature original Japanese and English voiceover options. English and French subtitles will be included.

We have the opening movie for Super Neptunia RPG below, which features the four Goddesess in Gamindustri: Neptune, Noire, Blanc, and Vert.

Source: Idea Factory PR

Blizzard is finally returning to Nintendo consoles with Diablo III on Switch. The company does have other high-profile games, and some might be curious if they could ever make their way over as well.

GameSpot spoke with Diablo III senior producer Pete Stilwell, and first asked about Overwatch on Switch. Stilwell acknowledged that the game is technically feasible, stating:

Eurogamer has some additional information about Diablo III Eternal Collection, which was officially announced today. The latest details cover frame rate, resolution, and more.

Here’s the full roundup:

Blizzard has passed along a massive amount of screenshots and art from the newly-revealed Diablo III Eternal Collection on Switch. Check out the various images below.

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