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Suika Game summer skin set DLC Fireworks Display, Summer Holiday, Sunset Beach, and Sunflower Farm

The fun isn’t over with Suika Game, and new summer skin set DLC was just made available for the game.

The Fireworks Display, Summer Holiday, Sunset Beach, and Sunflower Farm skins are all included here. With the last three, you’ll get eight interchangeable fruit parts, new designs for Poppy and boxes, and a new skin. The Fireworks Display features 14 interchangeable fruit parts, new designs for Poppy and boxes, animated fireworks display background skin, special game start screen, animated fireworks effect where fireworks burst in the night sky every time fruits are merged, and a special background music inspired by summer festivals and unique sound effects that play whenever fruits are merged.

Everdream Valley physical

After an original digital appearance, a physical release is happening for Everdream Valley. This one comes from Mooneaters, Untold Tales, and Varsaw Game Studios. A release window has not been provided.

Additionally, it looks like we’ll only be getting a standard version – at least for now. There’s been no word on any specifical editions.

Warhammer 40,000 Boltgun update Horde Mode, Forges of Corruption DLC

Warhammer 40,000: Boltgun just shipped a new update on Switch, which is highlighted by a new Horde Mode, plus new Forges of Corruption DLC.

The new mode, which has players seeking how long they can survive, includes four difficulty modes with its own achievements. Other highlights of the patch include a navigation Guide, quality of life improvements, and bug fixes.

As for the Forges of Corruption DLC, players can explore new environments and stop Chaos corruption before it engulfs the entire world of Graia.  New enemies include the monstrous Helbrute, the heavy weapon-wielding Havoc, and the vicious lightning claws of the Terminator. Multi-melta and the Missile Launcher are two new weapons.

Here’s the full rundown of today’s update:

Tsukihime A Piece of Blue Glass Moon review

System: Switch
Release date: June 27, 2024
Developer: Type-Moon
Publisher: Aniplex

The overwhelming success of Fate/Grand Order in recent years has significantly enhanced Type-Moon’s reputation, and as a long-time fan of their work I couldn’t be happier about it, as it has resulted in a lot of their less mainstream work reaching us overseas. With the surprise Western release of Witch on the Holy Night in 2022, and the release of the critically acclaimed Fate/Stay Night confirmed for Switch in the near future, it’s a welcome surprise that Tsukihime: A Piece of Blue Glass Moon arrives to fill the gap between the two. This also marks the first time the game has been released to western audiences, and although it’s an incomplete package by itself, it’s another exemplary work from the developer that is definitely worth a look.

Metroid Dread icons Switch Online

June 18: Starting today, Nintendo Switch Online members can get their hands on new icons based on Metroid Dread.

Characters, backgrounds, and frames are here per usual. For characters, each one costs 10 Platinum Points on My Nintendo. Backgrounds and frames are 5 Platinum Points each.

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl 2 Rocksteady DLC

Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl 2 is about to expand with its latest DLC fighter, as Rocksteady is joining the game. The character is due out tomorrow, July 3.

Rocksteady is another representative for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise. Players that purchase the DLC will also gain access to alternate costumes for the character.

Nintendo Treehouse Nintendo World Championships NES Edition

We haven’t seen much from Nintendo Treehouse as of late, but a new video just came in featuring a few members of the team playing Nintendo World Championships: NES Edition.

In the video, different challenges are shown off. Fans can also learn about the different modes, including Speedrun Mode, Survival Mode, and Party Mode. Nintendo Treehouse also goes over different types of challenges included and even divulge a little classified information.

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

Ys Memoire: The Oath in Felghana

June 30: A new leak has revealed that Ys Memoire: The Oath in Felghana is receiving an English release in the west.

XSEED recently teased that it will be showing off an unspecified title at Anime Expo 2024 next week. It turns out this game is Ys Memoire: The Oath in Felghana. While the news was intended to be announced in a few days, posts that went up on social media share the announcement. Those posts have since been deleted.

Reel Fishing: Days of Summer release date

Reel Fishing: Days of Summer, which was revealed earlier in the year, was given a release date today. Natsume confirmed that Switch owners can pick it up on October 28, 2024.

While not mentioned by Natsume directly, it looks like the game saw a delay. The company was originally planning a summer launch.

Here’s the latest information about the game:

Sword Art Online Fractured Daydream release date

Thanks to Bandai Namco, we’ve got the release date for Sword Art Online: Fractured Daydream. Switch will be receiving it on October 3, 2024.

Sword Art Online: Fractured Daydream was first announced during a Nintendo Direct back in February. Although Bandai Namco committed to a 2024 window, nothing more specific was shared until now.

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