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A pair of Devolver Digital Switch games have been confirmed for physical release. The Swords of Ditto: Mormo’s Curse and Crossing Souls are both getting the boxed treatment. Each package contains the Switch cartridge, sequentially numbered game packaging, reversible cover art, instruction booklet, and mystery box.

Pre-orders for both games open on September 29 through Special Reserve Games. You’ll also be able to reserve copies through Limited Run Games, which come with different boxart.


It was announced awhile back that Katana Zero will be receiving free DLC. Outside of a small status update in February, there hasn’t been much news. But development continues, and we do have another update today.

Here’s the full report:

Earlier today, the old-school platformer adventure Witcheye joind the Switch eShop. Get a look at some footage in the video below.

The old-school platform adventure Witcheye is heading to Switch, publisher Devolver Digital and developer Moon Kid have announced. You won’t have to wait long to play it, as its release is happening tomorrow – August 27.

Here’s an overview of Witcheye:

Devolver Digital and Le Cartel Studio have announced that a new update is now available for Heave Ho. It adds a new Versus Mode with exclusive levels, new costumes, and more.

Below are the full patch notes:

Devolver Digital and Nerial have announced Card Shark. It’s releasing on Switch in 2021.

Here’s an overview of Card Shark, along with a trailer:

Carrion has surpassed 200,000 copies sold, publisher Devolver Digital and Phobia Game Studios have announced.

The milestone is being celebrated with a “Behind the Screams” video from Imagos Films. Fans can watch it below for an “unfiltered interview with Carrion’s star beast and understand the physical and emotional toll it took to create its art.”

While Carrion won’t be out in most regions until tomorrow, it’s already up on the Japanese Switch eShop. Take a look at some footage below.

Devolver Digital and Phobia Game Studio have shared a launch trailer for Carrion, which releases tomorrow. Check it out below.

Carrion will initially be sold for Switch via the eShop. A physical version will follow later on.

Thanks to GameSpot, we have a new look at Olija with six minutes of footage. View the gameplay in the video below.

Olija will arrive later in 2020 on Switch.