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Voez isn’t the only rhythm game on Switch getting an update today. Deemo is receiving the same treatment, and will be adding in its own set of new songs at no extra cost.

They are as follows:

As mentioned earlier today, Deemo has received a new 1.5 update featuring a slew of new songs. Take a look at a trailer showing off the latest content below.

A new update is now available for Deemo. With version 1.5, players can access new songs. This includes five new songs for the Team Grimoire Collection and another ten for the Toy-Con Collection.

Deemo is out now on the Switch eShop. A physical version is also on the way, courtesy of PM Studios.

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Rayark and Flyhigh Works still aren’t finished updating their Switch rhythm games. Announced during today’s Flyhigh Works presentation, both titles will be receiving updates early next year.

Deemo will be up first in late January, followed by Voez’s patch in February. Both should be adding more songs (with ten more tracks for the Nintendo Labo Toy-Con Collection in Deemo). We’ll give you a heads up when the two updates are live.

Yesterday, Deemo was updated with support for Nintendo Labo. Version 1.4 introduces functionality with the Toy-Con Piano. Have a look at some footage of the update below.

A new update has gone live for the digital version of Deemo. Version 1.4 is here, adding in support for the Nintendo Labo Toy-Con Piano. This includes an exclusive music pack.

Yesterday, it was announced that the physical version of Deemo is launching January 29. Nintendo Labo support will come out of the box, so an update won’t be necessary.

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PM Studios and acttil announced a release date for the physical version of Deemo today. The game will be available in stores starting January 29.

Here’s a brief overview of the rhythm title:

Deemo recently received a new rating from the ESRB, hinting at a physical version. Amazon has now confirmed that a retail release is indeed happening.

Amazon is taking pre-orders here. Demo’s physical version arrives at the start of 2019 and is priced at $39.99.

Deemo will have a physical version in Japan at the end of October. In the west, however, nothing has been announced. The good news is that this could be changing in the future.

Today, Deemo received a new rating from the ESRB. Its publisher? PM Studios, who also happened to handle the physical release of Voez – another Switch rhythm game – in the west.

As always, until an official announcement is made, this is only speculation for the time being. Still, it’s an encouraging sign that we’ll be seeing Deemo’s physical version outside of Japan.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe was the first Nintendo game to be updated with Nintendo Labo support. As for third-party titles, we’re starting to finally see some movement on that front.

Nintendo’s Japanese website reveals that Deemo will soon be compatible with Labo. You’ll be able to use the Toy-Con Piano to play some of the songs with an update scheduled for October.