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According to a listing on the eShop, Little Triangle is making its way to Switch. It’s a 2D platformer with up to four players.

Little Triangle releases in Japan on March 1. The western version should follow soon after. For more information and a trailer, continue on below.

A listing on the eShop shows that Hamster is bringing another classic game to Switch next week. On March 1, Star Force will be available.

Star Force was originally released in 1984 for arcades. It’s a vertically scrolling shooter in which players control the Final Star ship and take down enemies / enemy structures while wracking up points.

Source: Switch eShop

This week’s Famitsu scans are now available. Highlights include Kyogeki Quartet Fighters, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle, and Attack on Titan 2. Scans of all games are below.


The physical version of Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap is out now in North America. It’s planned for PAL regions as well, though the wait will be slightly longer.

Headup Games has confirmed that the retail version of Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap is scheduled for April 19 in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. Pricing is set at €39.99 / £34.99.

Source: Headup Games PR

Attack on Titan 2 can now be pre-loaded on the Australian Switch eShop. Users can pick up the standard game or the Deluxe Edition.

By pre-ordering, you’ll get the Christa & Ymir and Reiner & Bertholdt “plain clothes” outfits. Also, those who purchase the game by April 16 will receive the Eren & Levi and Mikasa & Armin “plain clothes” outfits.

Attack on Titan 2 takes up 13.3GB of space.

Source: Switch eShop

Koei Tecmo shared new details and a trailer today for Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings. We have an update on the all-new Ambition Journal as well as additions to the series’ synthesis gameplay.

Here’s the full rundown:

The Urban Trial games, which previously appeared on 3DS, have sold over one million copies worldwide. Today, developer Tate Multimedia announced the next entry in the franchise that will be exclusive to Switch.

Urban Trial Playground is coming to the eShop on April 5. The stunt bike racing title will feature the sunny and colorful beaches of California. You’ll flip, trick, and roll over palm trees and golden sands dunes.

Bayonetta 1 and 2 are the latest big games for Switch with video capture enabled on day one. Thanks to the feature, you can record 30-second gameplay clips.

There are just a couple of exceptions. When the songs “Fly Me to the Moon” and “Moon River” are playing, video capture is disabled. However, if you turn off the background music during these segments, the functionality can be used. There’s likely an issue with copyrights pertaining to these two songs.

By the way, in both Bayonetta 1 and 2, you can practice combos when the game is loading. By pressing the minus button once loading is finished, you can keep going in practice mode.


The latest Japanese hardware sales from Media Create are as follows:

PS4 – 41,496
Switch – 39,303
PS4 Pro – 8,006
New 2DS LL – 5,778
Vita – 4,959
New 3DS LL – 3,423
2DS – 959
Xbox One X – 133
Xbox One – 57

For comparison’s sake, here are the hardware numbers from last week:

PS4 – 59,691
Switch – 43,404
PS4 Pro – 11,615
New 2DS LL – 6,031
Vita – 4,133
New 3DS LL – 3,581
2DS – 904
Xbox One X – 209
Xbox One – 52

And here are the software charts:

Panic Button has had a big impact on Switch. Thanks to the studio’s efforts, Doom and Rocket League have appeared on the console, with Wolfenstein II to come this year.

Adam Creighton, director of development at Panic Button, recently teased that the studio has more games in the works for Switch. Creighton told Gamasutra:

“You know that meme? With the dog? Drinking from a sprinkler? That’s me right now. And we might have some other titles for that platform, and maybe some other games for other platforms, in the works. In terms of volume, I’m in this amazing place where as a studio we get to choose how we want to grow, and with whom, and with what projects. My biggest challenge lately is not which projects do we pick to retarget to other platforms, but managing the other parts of our portfolio, picking the different projects that are exciting to different people in the studio, and being responsible about what I want to work on, versus what is best for the studio.”

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