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Nintendo released its eShop highlight video for this month, showcasing some European digital game highlights from February 2020. You can watch the full video below.

Picross developer, Jupiter, has just released a Japanese trailer for a game called “Working Zombies,” and it is coming to Switch this summer.

Working Zombies is a comedic work action game that will have players trying to manage the workflow between kind-hearted zombies and mean humans. The game is four players and has a tentative release date window for summer. 

Check out the full announcement trailer below.



The RPG platformer Underhero just received an extensive amount of gameplay footage, courtesy of Handheld Players. Check out the full 30 minutes in the video below.

Underhero is expected to drop on the eShop sometime today after its short delay (the release date is listed as February 27, 2020).

Developr Digital, in partnership with Terri Vellmann and Doseone, have announced High Hell. It’s a first-person open-world game with an emphasis on vandalism.

Here’s an overview of Sludge Life, along with a trailer:

The supernatural adventure-thriller Those Who Remain will reach Switch this summer, publisher Wired Productions and developer Camel 101 have announced. A more specific release date will follow in the coming months.

We have the following overview and trailer for Those Who Remain:

The Behemoth today announced that Alien Hominid Invasion, a re-imagination of the classic game Alien Hominid, is coming to Switch. A release window has not yet been announced.

Here’s an overview of the co-op run ‘n’ gun title:

GameXplain has captured new off-screen footage of Animal Crossing: New Horizons from its PAX East 2020 appearance. View the footage below.

The top-down multiplayer racing game Served! arrives today on the Switch eShop. Check out some gameplay footage in the video below.

Kemono Heroes

Publisher NIS America and developer Mad Gear Games are launching a new game on Switch today. Kemono Heroes, a retro-style side-scroller, is out now on the eShop.

We have the following overview and trailer for Kemono Heroes:

Circle Entertainment and Yeo – the developer of The Friends of Ringo Ishikawa – today announced that Arrest of a Stone Buddha. It will be released on Nintendo’s console following feedback received from the Steam version, which is out today.

Arrest of a Stone Buddha offers a mixture of “high-octane shoot’em up action and a downtempo mundane life.” More details can be found below, along with a trailer.