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Spike Chunsoft just announced a short while ago that it will release YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of this World in the west. However, a couple of changes are being implemented in order to make the overseas launch possible.

In a blog post, Spike Chunsoft detailed how YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of this World will differ in the west compared to its Japanese counterpart. Here’s what players can expect:

YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of this World was recently rated by the ESRB, suggesting that the Switch version would be coming west. Spike Chunsoft has now officially confirmed the news.

Spike Chunsoft will publish YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of this World in North America on October 1 – news about Europe should follow in the near future. A “Day 1 Edition” will be offered that includes a voucher code for 8-bit YU-NO’s Great Adventure – “an action game set in classic 8-bit style featuring the characters from YU-NO”.

Read up on more information and watch a new trailer for the adventure game below.

Trooze and Forza Games are looking to fill the gap of third-person shooters on Switch with Bullet Battle Evolution. It will be released on May 30, according to an eShop listing.

Bullet Battle Evolution features survive, capture, and deathmatch modes. In survive, the goal is to the last person standing. Capture involves four people per team, with the objective being to capture territory. Finally, deathmatch is a 4v4 fight to the death. Bullet Battle Evolution will let you “play anywhere, anytime with players from all over the world”.

As we reported last week, Arcade Archives Image Fight releases worldwide on the Switch eShop tomorrow. View some footage from a Famitsu live stream recording below.

IGN has published a new video for Samurai Shodown focusing on Yashamaru. Have a look at his character trailer below.

The first footage of Mario Kart Tour has been recorded from the closed beta test that kicked off today. Check out a ton of footage below.

EA will be bringing FIFA 20 to Switch, according to a listing on Amazon. An official announcement should be made within the next couple of weeks.

After taking several years off on Nintendo systems, FIFA finally returned with FIFA 18 for Switch. This will be the third year in a row that the series will be appearing on the console. FIFA 19 made a number of improvements over the previous version, so here’s hoping that the trend continues with this year’s iteration.

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Sumo Digital created an opening movie for Team Sonic Racing, which can be seen when booting up the game… except when playing on Switch. For whatever reason, the video is missing in action. No one has an official reason as to why at present.

Could it have something to do with the game’s file size? Team Sonic Racing weighs in at about 7GB, but if the opening movie was included, it may not be able to fit on an 8GB Switch cartridge. Seeing as larger carts cost more money for publishers to produce, perhaps SEGA decided not to include it.

We knew Muse Dash would be landing on Switch sometime in June, but we didn’t have a specific release date. However, a new listing on the Japanese eShop reveals that it will be launching on June 20.

For those who missed out on our previous coverage, check out the following overview and trailer for Muse Dash:

The action-RPG Super Cane Magic ZERO debuts on Switch tomorrow as a digital download. Get a look at some footage below.