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February 12: Grimorio of Games today unveiled Sword of the Necromancer: Resurrection, a 3D remake of the original game. It’ll be heading to Switch in 2024, but prior to Sword of the Necromancer: Revenant.

Sword of the Necromancer: Resurrection was originally planned as a stretch goal in the sequel’s Kickstarter campaign. The game will be using Revenant’s engine, and players will be able to relive Tama’s quest to resurrect her lover in 3D. Grimorio of Games says there’ll be “exciting new ways to battle and renewed mechanics and systems, including the possibility of customizing the summoned monsters’ AI.” Also included are remastered high quality illustrations and voice acting (both in English and Japanese) along with new scenes to delve deeper in Tama and Koko’s tragic love story. Those who beat the game can also receive rewards in Revenant, including the ability to summon bosses from the remake as special summons.

More information can be found in the following overview:

May 2: A new Splatfest is starting soon for Splatoon 3. This time, the game wants to know what you’d do in the face of the end of the world. Same Ol’, Bucket List, and Save the World are all options.

You’ll be able to give input when the Splatest is held on May 18. The event will conclude on May 20.


The latest Daily Demon video for Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance has been released by Atlus, giving us some more information about Vouivre.

Today, FuRyu unveiled announced Beyblade X: XONE, a “Beyblade action” title for Switch. A release is planned for November 14, 2024 in Japan.

Just like the top toy game, Beyblade X: XONE has players fighting and customizing Beyblades. A single-player mode is included with a new story and original characters, but online battles will now be supported. Stadiums contain the “X Lines” from the Beyblade X anime series, and are the battlefield of action-oriented Beyblade battles that utilize the “X Dash” mechanic and a game-original “Active Gauge.”

Three new Game Boy games have just been made available to Nintendo Switch Online users, these being Alleyway, Baseball, and the classic Super Mario Land.

These games are releasing to celebrate the Game Boy’s 35th anniversary, as they all released the same year as the system back in 1989.

You can find an overview for all three of the games below.

System: Switch
Release date: May 9, 2024
Developer: Canteen
Publisher: Playtonic Friends

In CorpoNation: The Sorting Process, you’re an employee of Ringo CorpoNation. You toil away the hours sorting genetic samples only to get back home, maybe play a video game, eat, and then sleep. There is no real joy. This is the daily process. You start to wonder if there’s more to it. Oh, there’s more to it.

Soft Source Publishing, along with Digital Happiness, have announced that DreadOut: Remastered Collection is heading to Switch. There’s no word on a release date, but it’ll be out “in the near future.”

DreadOut: Remastered Collection includes DreadOut and DreadOut: Keepers of the Dark. These horror games first released in 2014 and 2016 respectively.

More information about both can be found in the following overview:

Nintendo has updated the Japanese release schedule on its platforms for the week of May 23, 2024. Here’s a look at the upcoming digital download schedule:

Across the Obelisk issued a new update today in the form of version 1.4.0.

The patch includes bug fixes along with a bunch of new changes. New events and challenges are also included.

Here’s the full rundown:

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