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Grime Definitive Edition physical

Grime: Definitive Edition previously came to Switch digitally, but now a physical release is happening. This one comes from Super Rare Games.

4,000 copies will be sold by the company. Each unit includes the game, interior art, full-color manual, exclusive sticker, and a set of three trading cards.

Ace Combat 7 frame rate resolution

Digital Foundry just put up a new piece covering the technical side of Ace Combat 7’s new Switch port, including frame rate and resolution. While some concessions were made, it seems that this is one of the better ports on the console.

Here’s the full roundup of tidbits:

Fae Farm update 3.1.0

Farm Farm has started distribution of its latest update with version 3.1.0.

The team has implemented changes and improvements across the board. There are also extra additions to both expansions, potion and dye rebalancing, progression bump smoothing, and bug fixes.

Here’s the full rundown:

Death end re;Quest Code Z

July 6: Today, Idea Factory revealed that Death end re;Quest: Code Z is receiving an English release on Switch in the west. It will be available in 2025.

Death end re;Quest: Code Z was originally announced for Japan. In that region, it’s arriving this September.

Learn more about the game in the following overview:

The Grand Fesival in Splatoon 3 is set to start on September 13, Nintendo have announced. The event will last for 72 hours, and will mark the two-year anniversary of the game.

The official announcement video, which you can view below, gives us a preview of what is to come. It also details the Splatfest that will happen during the event, which will give players a choice between Past, Present, and Future.


This week’s expanded Japanese software sales are as follows:

1. [NSW] Luigi’s Mansion 2 HD – 16,425 / 138,678
2. [NSW] Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown – 14,322 / NEW
3. [NSW] Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – 8,391 / 5,900,715
4. [NSW] Animal Crossing: New Horizons – 7,948 / 7,834,703
5. [NSW] Minecraft – 5,645 / 3,565,290
6. [NSW] Super Mario Bros. Wonder – 4,315 / 1,886,211
7. [NSW] Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door – 4,258 / 202,362
8. [NSW] Super Smash Bros. Ultimate – 4,161 / 5,540,928
9. [NSW] Splatoon 3 – 3,700 / 4,329,481
10. [NSW] Princess Maker 2 Regeneration – 3,685 / NEW

River City Saga Three Kingdoms Next

In a new announcement today, Arc System Works revealed that it’s working on River City Saga: Three Kingdoms Next. The game launches for Switch worldwide on November 7, 2024.

River City Saga: Three Kingdoms Next is a follow-up to the 2022 title that previously came to Switch. This is a direct sequel that continues the story and has new features such as the ability to ride Red Hare.

Further details can be found in the following overview:

Hashire Hebereke: EX

Today, Sunsoft announced that it’s teaming up with Gravity Game Arise on Hashire Hebereke: EX. The game, which is developed by CRT Games, arrives on Switch in 2025.

Hashire Hebereke: EX is a remake of the 1994 Super Famicom title. This is a racer featuring various characters and tracks. For the remake, the game will add a time attack mode, new characters, and new stages. Support will also be available for online multiplayer with up to four players. As of now no further details are available, and we’re waiting on a trailer which should come at a later date.

Hashire Hebereke never left Japan, but it seems that the new EX version will be launching worldwide. We’ll keep you updated as we hear more about the release in the months to come.

SCHiM trailer

SCHiM just saw its debut, and in celebration of the launch, a trailer has come in. The new platformer comes from developer Extra Nice.

Catch up on everything you need to know in the following overview:

Joy-Con Charging Stand (two-way)

July 17: Nintendo just announced that it will be shipping a new Switch Joy-Con charging stand in Japan towards the end of the year. It will be available on October 17, 2024.

The stand supports charging in two different ways. You can either prop up the controllers on the stand or remove the stand and lay them down. Essentially, the product lets users charge their controllers without needing them to be directly attached to the Switch unit.


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