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We have an update on Nintendo’s maintenance schedule for the week of April 21, 2024.

Four sessions are currently planned relating to Switch. However, everything is currently planned for the end of May.

Here’s the full Nintendo maintenance schedule for the week of April 21, 2024:

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 Unicorn.

Fresh off its Switch debut comes new gameplay for ArcRunner. 21 minutes of footage gives us a look at the action rogue-like third-person sci-fi shooter.

More information about the title can be found in the following overview:

Mom Hid My Game Collection has been revealed featuring four games on a single cartridge.

Mom Hid My Game, Mom Hid My Game 2, Hide & Dance, and My Brother Ate Pudding are all included. Although it’s only planned for Japan, various languages are supported. The full lineup is English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese.

Listings on the eShops provide file sizes for a bunch of Switch games. These include Pac-Man Mega Tunnel Battle: Chomp Champs, Little Kitty, Big City, and more.

Here’s the full roundup:


One major complaint that the Switch often receives is its lack of non-game features. The Wii U was perhaps Nintendo’s most “social” console yet – it included the ability to video chat friends, post messages to Miiverse, and much more. It wasn’t just the Wii U, though. The 3DS was home to its own selection of social features, including the aforementioned Miiverse plus Swapnote and then StreetPass – a feature that lets you automatically transmit data with nearby consoles to unlock exclusive content in-game. StreetPass worked perfectly with the 3DS: it’s a rather small portable handheld, which makes it easy to carry around. The same can’t quite be said of the Switch, which is generally much larger and requires Joy-Con on top of the larger tablet size. Today, we’re remembering StreetPass and some of the games it supported – plus how Nintendo’s next console (whatever it may be) could possibly bring it back.

Have you ever wondered if Mario feels pain? Takashi Tezuka, who has been working on the Super Mario series since the very beginning, was recently asked that very question.

The Verge recently spoke with Tezuka, who weighed in – kind of. He first started out by simply stating: “It may be that Mario does feel pain.”

Another Indie World Showcase aired this week with a new wave of announcements for Switch. There were some reveals, shadowdrops, demos, and more.

SteamWorld Heist II was arguably the biggest news of the show which closed out the presentation. Other games such as Yars Rising, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Splintered Fate, Europa, and Valley Peaks were announced for Switch. Sticky Business and Stitch were revealed as well, but they actually came out that same day. You can find the full recap of everything shown here.

What was your personal highlight (or highlights) from the latest Indie World event? Let us know in the comments.

Rose & Camellia Collection came to Switch in the west this week, and we now have gameplay. Several duels are shown including Saori Tsubakikoji, Shizuka Tsubakikoji, Etsuko Mita, Hanae Tsubakikoji, and Madame Camellia.

Find more information about the release in the following overview:

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