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Premium Edition Games Series 9

Premium Edition Games is gearing up for a new wave of physical releases on Switch, and today shared a rundown of what it has in store.

C.A.R.L., Curse Crackers: For Whom the Belle Toils, Bot Gaiden, and Soul Stalker will all be available in boxed form. These will be sold as part of “Series 9” from Premium Edition Games.

Let's School gameplay

47 minutes of gameplay has come in for Let’s School, a school management sim. PM Studios published the title on Switch this week.

You can find some information about it in the following overview:

scarescraper ghosts Luigi's Mansion 2 HD

Today, we’re going over the best strategies to beat the ScareScraper in Luigi’s Mansion 2 HD, as well as the best way to farm a whole bunch of ScareScraper ghosts.

As we discussed in our 100 percent guide for Luigi’s Mansion 2 HD, the toughest part of achieving full completion is catching all 45 exclusive ScareScraper ghosts. There are three main modes in the ScareScraper: Hunter, Rush, and Polterpup. Every time you clear four floors, the fifth floor will always be one of these boss ghosts. The idea is that you’ll team up with other real-life players to take down these bosses more easily. Fortunately, it doesn’t matter which one of you sucks up the boss ghost – it counts for all four of you.

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes update 1.0.7 Day60

The latest update for Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes is now available, and Switch players can access version 1.0.7.

Also known as the “Day60 Patch”, the update intends to improve functionality and stability of the game. Improved loading times and a better frame rate are just a couple of the highlights.

Here’s the full rundown:

Ace Combat 7 review Switch

System: Switch
Release date: July 11, 2024
Developer: Project Aces / Future Tech Lab
Publisher: Bandai Namco


While the Switch may be feeling a bit long in the tooth these days, leave it to Bandai Namco to swing for the fences with an incredibly ambitious port in the tail end of the console’s life. There’s nothing quite like Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown on the platform – dogfighting games are a rare breed in general, these days – and Ace Combat has always been a singular experience, melding fast and frenetic aerial gunplay with schlocky, yet surprisingly captivating storytelling. I’m a fan of the genre as a whole, so I was excited to see how the game would play on the Switch in what Bandai Namco is calling the game’s Deluxe Edition. While this version of Ace Combat 7 certainly is held back by the raw power of the Switch, it’s also an impressive port that retains the white-knuckle gameplay of the original release, and it captivated and challenged me from start to finish.

A Little to the Left physical

A Little to the Left is getting a physical release on Switch, Max Inferno has revealed. It will be available on October 18, 2024.

The physical release will be known as the Extra Tidy Edition. Each unit includes the game on a cartridge as well as the Cupboards & Drawers and Seeing Stars expansions, plus over 20 additional seasonal A Little to the Left puzzles. Max Inferno confirmed that all Extra Tidy Edition content is packed onto the cartridge, with no download code required to access the full library of puzzles.

Stardew Valley free updates DLC

Over on social media, Stardew Valley creator ConcernedApe pledged that the studio will never charge fans for DLC or updates.

While some updates are free, many other games these days often charge extra for DLC that introduces new content. Stardew Valley, meanwhile, doesn’t followed that model. ConcernedApe brought out significant updates for its game over the years which have always been free.

Mario & Luigi Switch

It’s time for the latest Famitsu’s most wanted games chart. Mario & Luigi: Brothership, Ace Attorney Investigations Collection, and Romancing SaGa 2: Revenge of the Seven appear for the first time.

Head past the break for the full chart. All votes were cast between July 3 and July 9.

Switch demos

Thousands of games are currently available on Switch, and there are a ton of demos out there for many of them. Not just Nintendo, but also third-parties are offering demos. We’ve now put together a comprehensive list of what’s out there.

Since our reader base is English-speaking, that’s what we’re focusing on here. In other words, we’re highlighting Switch demos that you can find in North America and Europe. Japan has a few extra demos on its end, but a majority of them are for titles that are not currently being sold in the west and are only playable in Japanese.

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