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Lab Zero Games today shared a sneak peek of the animated opening for Indivisible. Studio Trigger, a company that has worked on Kill la Kill and Little Witch Academia, is handling the video.

Here’s a look:

505 Games and ArtPlay have released a new story trailer for Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. Check out the video below.

Those who pledged $60 or more on Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night’s Kickstarter can access a new beta demo on PC. It offers “refined content and features, while previewing new enemies and NPCs and taking a deeper look at game narrative and quests.” Alchemy and crafting functionality is included, and players will be able to visit shopkeeper/exorcist Dominique to stock up on various goods.

Indivisible E3 2018 trailer

Posted on 1 month ago by (@NE_Brian) in Switch, Videos | 0 comments | 0 Likes

With E3 2018 just a few days away, a new trailer for Indivisible has gone live. Get a look at the video below.

The big Adventurer’s Update for Portal Knights is now live on Switch. It includes new features, changes, and fixes.

Below are the patch notes shared when the update debuted on Steam earlier this year:

Indivisible was last planned to release sometime this year. Unfortunately, Lab Zero Games announced a delay for the project today. It’s now scheduled for the first half of 2019.

Lab Zero explained in an official announcement:

The Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night has posted a new April update, largely written by producer Koji Igarashi. Igarashi introduces the game’s quest system and provides an update on the retro mini-game.

Back when Bloodstained was funded on Kickstarter, the prequel mini-game was unlocked as a stretch goal. Now, however, “take place in a different part of the lore.”

Here’s the full rundown from Igarashi:

The team behind Bloodstained has posted a third video that introduces some of the game’s voice cast. Have a look at it below.

The team behind Bloodstained has posted another new video that introduces some of the game’s voice cast. Have a look at it below.

We heard from Pipeworks Studio this week that Terraria is still in the works for Switch. Interestingly, a listing for the game has now appeared on Amazon Canada. That would seem to confirm that a physical version is happening similar to 3DS and Wii U.

As for an estimated release window, Amazon Canada sadly doesn’t provide anything new there. The retailer merely lists an obviously placeholder of December 31.

Terraria was originally intended for release on Switch sometime in 2017. We’re without a release date, but perhaps Amazon Canada’s listing is a sign that we could be seeing it sooner rather than later. 

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