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As we heard yesterday, Super Mario 3D All-Stars topped the charts in its first week in the UK. A bit of additional data has now been shared about its performance.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars ended up as the third biggest launch of the year. The Last of Us Part II and Animal Crossing: New Horizons were the only games to have outperformed it in the UK.

You can find this week’s full UK chart here.


PQube and Billy Goat Entertainment have nailed down a release date for the kart racer Supermarket Shriek. It’ll be available for Switch on October 23, the two sides announced today.

Here’s some information about Supermarket Shriek as well as a trailer:

Remothered: Broken Porcelain was previously delayed, but now the release date is being brought forward. The survival horror title was last planned for October 20, but will now launch for Switch on October 13.

Shane Bierwith, EVP of global marketing at Modus, said of the news:

Pocket has issued the first trailer for its fitness title FiNC HOME FiT, in addition to a few trainer introduction videos. We have the full set below.

Aquaplus and Sting have gone live with the first trailer for Dokapon UP! Mugen no Roulette, its digital board game based on Utawarerumono. We’ve attached the video below.

Dokapon UP! Mugen no Roulette arrives for Switch in Japan on December 10.

During last week’s Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase, Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise was announced for Switch. We have a look at the game’s boxart above.

Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise is due out for Switch on December 4. You can pre-order the game on Amazon or GameStop.

Storybird, Sokaikan, and PixelHeart have confirmed the martial arts platformer Okinawa Rush for Switch. A release date was not announced.

Here’s an overview of Okinawa Rush, along with a trailer:

The side-scrolling space shooter Andro Dunos is coming to Switch, PixelHeart has announced. A release is planned for sometime in Q4 2020.

We have the following overview and trailer for the game:

Ori and the Blind Forest and Ori and the Will of the Wisps are both getting a physical release as part of a special collector’s edition from iam8bit. However, if you’re not interested in spending $150, there’ll be an alternative option.

iam8bit has confirmed to Nintendo Everything reader StrawHatEevee that regular physical versions of the Ori games are planned. Not only that, but they’re arriving in just a few months – specifically December. There’s no word on pricing yet, but they’ll definitely be cheaper than the $150 collector’s edition.

But they told me in an e-mail that it’s December. Hope this info helps.

Thanks to StrawHatEevee for the tip.

IGN has shared a new video for Immortals Fenyx Rising, which gives us a closer look at the open-world action-adventure game. Below, fans can see what the seven different areas have to offer.

Immortals Fenyx Rising launches for Switch on December 3.