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Final Vendetta update

A new update has just been released for Final Vendetta on Switch.

Some new features and options are included here. This includes a new “Casual” difficulty mode, level select, rebalanced AI, and weapon buffs.

The full patch notes for the Final Vendetta update are as follows:

Final Vendetta trailer

Thanks to publisher Numskull Games and developer Bitmap Bureau, we have a launch trailer for Final Vendetta. The side-scrolling beat ’em up game just made its way to Switch this week.

Learn more about Final Vendetta in the overview below:

Final Vendetta gameplay

Final Vendetta just landed on Switch this week, and lots of gameplay from the side-scrolling beat ’em up title is available. 19 minutes of footage is available in total.

Here’s some information about the game:

Final Vendetta

Publisher Numskull Games and developer Bitmap Bureau – the studio behind Xeno Crisis – today unveiled Final Vendetta, a side-scrolling beat ’em up title. It’s heading to Switch this May.

Below is an overview of the game with first details:

Battle Axe

Battle Axe, an arcade top-down hack and slash game, is set for release on Switch next week. Take a look at some footage in the video below.

Xeno Crisis

Bitmap Bureau is releasing its arena shooter Xeno Crisis on the Switch eShop today. For a look at some footage, check out the video below.

The arena shooter Xeno Crisis will release on Switch this month, an eShop listing reveals. Bitmap Bureau will have it ready to go on October 28.

Here’s an overview of Xeno Crisis, along with a trailer:

Bitmap Bureau has announced that a physical version of Xeno Crisis is in the works. The developer has teamed up with Strictly Limited Games to make it happen.

Earlier this year, Xeno Crisis was successfully funded on Kickstarter. The arena shooter takes inspiration from a number of sources, including Smash TV, Contra, Mercs, Granada, Alien Syndrome, Zombies Ate My Neighbours, Chaos Engine, and Shock Troopers.

We have a look at Xeno Crisis’s boxart above.


Bitmap Bureau, the developer of 88 Heroes, recently launched a Kickstarter for Xeno Crisis. It was imagined as a new arena shooter for the SEGA Genesis with plans for release both as a physical cartridge and a downloadable ROM.

Having smashed its funding target of about $30,000, Bitmap Bureau added in a Switch stretch goal at the last minute. That has been achieved as well, so we’ll be seeing Xeno Crisis at some point in the future.

You can watch a trailer for Xeno Crisis below. More information about the project can be found on Kickstarter here.


NintenDaan has uploaded a video of 88 Heroes – 98 Heroes Edition for the Nintendo Switch from the European eShop, you can check out the gameplay down below.

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