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The 14th and latest Fishing Tourney is now live in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. 

The event is set to run until May 29th, with players having until May 30th to pick up any rewards that they may earn. This time around, the festivities are set to occur at Salt Water Shores.

Images of the event and rewards can be viewed below.

Intragames has announced that they will be releasing a physical version of Super Cane Magic ZERO in Japan on August 29th.

In addition, it is teased that pre-orders for this version will come with a “secret special bonus” and Switch-exclusive content. No other details on this were shared, however.

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Nintendo and Cygames have prepared a new update for Dragalia Lost. Version 1.8.0 is here, featuring co-op with nearby people, adventurer AI adjustments, crafting and Treasure Trade improvements, bug fixes, and more.

Below are the full details:

Konami has started the distribution of a new update for Arcade Classics Anniversary Collection. Players should be able to access version 1.0.2.

Konami states that Arcade Classics Anniversary Collection now supports vertical mode, otherwise known as tate mode. Typhoon (A-Jax), Scramble, and TwinBee should all properly support the feature.

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We. The Revolution

Ahead of its release on Switch next month, We. The Revolution has been given a new teaser trailer. Have a look at the video below.

We. The Revolution launches for Switch on June 25. Pre-orders are available through the eShop.

Team Sonic Racing launched earlier in the week, but word started to surface yesterday that the Switch was missing something. Unlike other platforms, the opening movie was cut.

One theory suggested that this had to do with cartridge size. Team Sonic Racing is about 7GB on Switch, and including the movie may have bumped things up beyond 8GB. If that was the case, SEGA would have to pay a higher amount for cartridges.

The first footage has arrived showing the Adventure Mode in Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled. Check out 20 minutes of gameplay below.

Darksiders 2 Deathinitive Edition isn’t exactly a well-kept secret at this point. The game has seen a couple of leaks, and now Amazon Germany has further stirred the pot. If you needed any additional evidence that THQ Nordic is planning an announcement, we now have the game’s boxart above.

Darksiders 2 Deathinitive Edition should be available on August 6. It can be pre-ordered on Amazon Germany here.

You can add Brawlhalla to the list of games that support cross-platform play. Starting today, Blue Mammoth Games and Ubisoft’s free-to-play fighter supports the feature if you’re on Switch or Xbox One. Players on both platforms can battle each other online.

Here’s the full announcement:

Update: The listing has now been updated and shows a release date of June 6. If there are any additional changes, we’ll pass that along.


Original: Slay the Spire was announced for Switch close to a year ago, and we’ve been waiting for a release date since then. The eShop reveals that the critically acclaimed roguelike-like and deck-building card game mashup will be out on June 4.

Here’s an overview from the listing, along with a trailer: