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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

Several new games out came out this week on the eShop. If you’re interested in checking out what’s new in screenshot form, take a look at the gallery below.

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes has a ton of different collaboration t-shirts in the game. We even just found out right before launch that there’s one based on Zelda: Majora’s Mask.

Grasshopper Manufacture actually isn’t done adding t-shirts, despite the fact that the game is out. Director Suda51 has revealed that “the first run” of Legendary designs will be coming in February. The first one, pictured above, confirms that one will be for Jet Set Radio.

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This week’s issue of Famitsu has a new report on the Japanese gaming industry for 2018. The publication shared a listing of the top 100 best-selling games. Nintendo ended up doing very well last year with 9,918,000 copies of software sold.

Below are the full results:

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Killer Queen Black

Killer Queen Black will be missing its intended Winter 2019 release date. Liquid Bit shared the news in a blog post, stating that the team is “committed to only releasing it when it’s ready with all the features that enable the best experience.”

The developer added:

This week’s episode of Nintendo Minute has gone live. In today’s video, Kit and Krysta play a game of ‘Never Have I Ever’. Check out the full episode below.

Pixelnicks has confirmed that it will be bringing the platformer Eagle Island to Switch. It was previously only confirmed for PC.

Eagle Island may actually end up on Switch at the same time as the PC version, though that depends on how easy it is to align them. Although Pixelnicks is currently targeting a February launch, it could slip into March depending on how long it takes to get through Nintendo’s approval process.

Tangledeep

Tangledeep didn’t end up making its originally scheduled Q2 2018 release window on Switch, but we do have an actual release date finally. Impact Gameworks announced today that the dungeon crawler is due out on January 31.

Here’s an overview for Tangledeep plus a trailer:

Mortal Kombat is known for its fatalities, but another significant aspect is the roster. Only a few characters have been confirmed for Mortal Kombat 11 thus far, but we should be learning more about who’s in leading up to the late April launch.

NetherRealm Studios creative director Ed Boon spoke with Game Informer yesterday regarding the approach to the roster. While there will be new faces, fans can look forward to returning veterans as well. Boon acknowledged that Mortal Kombat X players “were pissed when Baraka wasn’t in”.

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid

Yesterday, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid was revealed, and it’s coming to Switch. nWay, which made the mobile game Power Rangers: Legacy Wars, is also working on this title. Despite that, Battle for the Grid isn’t a port.

Power Rangers: Legacy Wars has been built from the ground up for consoles. Additionally, there will be new battle mechanics and different movesets for each character. Something that also may lower concerns is that pro fighting game player Justin Wong is helping out development on balancing the characters.

Power Rangers: Legacy Wars is launching digitally on Switch in April.

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First teased last week, pre-orders have opened for the Meta Ridley statue from First 4 Figures. More information about the product has released as well.

Here’s what’s inside as well as product dimensions: