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The first update for Another Crab’s Treasure has come to Switch, and players can download version

The update includes a ton of different fixes. Some adjustments and smaller additions are a part of the patch as well.

Here’s the full rundown: 

New data gives us a look at Japan’s best-selling games of April 2024.

This doesn’t happen often, but it wasn’t a Switch game that took the top spot this month. Princess Peach: Showtime did come in at #2. As for new releases, Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes appears at #4 with a little over 40,000 copies sold.

Here’s the full list of Japan’s best-selling games of April 2024:

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Nintendo made its first official mention of new hardware this week, which will be announced within the fiscal year ending March 2025. However, the company still needs to sell Switch hardware and software as that’s its main source of revenue currently. 

Asked about whether announcing a Switch successor will impact sales momentum this, Nintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa did tell one investor this week that there could be some impact. The company will look to keep sales going with new software and generating demand through other means such as those who have seen The Super Mario Bros. Movie.

Furukawa stated:

During Nintendo’s financial results briefing Q&A this week, president Shuntaro Furukawa was asked to weigh in on the company’s game development resources. He was also asked how many resources have shifted to the new system following Switch.

Furukawa brought up how Nintendo has “continuously expanded our development resources over the past several years through the recruitment of recent graduates and mid-career hires.” Also, rather than pursuing merges and acquisitions, the priority is to focus on its own developers as well as external partners. Another interesting mark if that Furukawa mentioned “game development will inevitably become longer, more complex, and more advanced.”

His full comments are as follows:


May 6: Nintendo Everything reader 3112 3112 has tipped us off about an official soundtrack release for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

Based on leaked information, the album will be available in Japan at the end of July. Fans will be able to pick it up as either a standard version or limited edition. Japanese record label Columbia will be publishing.

Atlus are back with another Daily Demon video for Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance to give us a look at one of the new demons added to the enhanced re-release. This time we’ve been given a look at a new demon, Nyami Nyami.

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

April 22 – April 28

1. [PS5] Stellar Blade – 48,998 / NEW
2. [NSW] Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes – 41,009 / NEW
3. [PS5] Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes – 16,791 / NEW
4. [NSW] SaGa Emerald Beyond – 15,079 / NEW
5. [NSW] Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – Sweep the Board – 13,039 / NEW
6. [NSW] Library of Ruina – 9,408 / NEW
7. [PS5] Sand Land – 7,810 / NEW
8. [NSW] Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – 7,517 / 5,812,012
9. [NSW] Princess Peach: Showtime – 7,238 / 150,418
10. [PS4] Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes – 6,963 / NEW

Atlus just went live with a new “Complete Guide” showcase for Shin Megami Tensei V: Vengeance. Fans can get a look at the story paths, new demons activities, and 50 features in the RPG.

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

Backbeat marks the latest Switch game getting a physical version following its previous eShop launch. Once again, this one comes from Limited Run Games.

Only a standard version is planned at this time. However, there will also be a bundle containing the game’s soundtrack.

Those interested in getting one last official look at Little Kitty, Big City can now do so with the launch trailer. Originally announced during an Indie World Showcase, this one just appeared on Switch today.

You can find some information about it in the following overview:

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