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EA Sports FC 24 Switch

EA’s John Shepherd has discussed the Switch version of EA Sports FC 24, and confirmed that it will include all modes. This is in stark contrast to what we saw out of the FIFA titles on Nintendo’s platform in previous years.

Speaking with IGN, Shepherd said the Switch version will be “comparable” to the game on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. He said:

Risky Woods gameplay

The 1992 EA-published Risky Woods just came to Switch today as part of the QUByte Classics line, and we now have gameplay. Footage shows off the side-scrolling platformer.

You can learn a bit more about it in the following overview:

Risky Woods

Original (7/9): Risky Woods, a game that originally released over three decades ago, is now making a comeback on Switch.

The title was originally made by Dinamic Software and Zeus Software. Also an interesting mention, EA was the original publisher. QUByte Interactive will now be handling the Switch version as part of its classics line for the console.

Super Mega Baseball 4 second update

Super Mega Baseball 4 is back with a second update, and we have the patch notes.

A number of improvements have been implemented across Franchise Mode, Pennant Race, Online Leagues, and more. A ton of bug fixes have also been implemented with some specific to Switch.

Here’s the full rundown:

Sports video games have been a part of my DNA since I first picked up a controller. My dad had an NES hooked up to the TV while I was young, and so I was graced with some incredible arcade-style sports games – the likes of Blades of Steel, Tecmo Bowl, and RBI Baseball. When I was a little older, I got some great mileage out games like Backyard Baseball, and after the Wii launched, I jumped into the obvious hits – Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort. I’m probably forgetting a few, but all those games have one thing in common; none of them are simulators of the sports they represent. That’s why I love them, and why we need more games like Super Mega Baseball 4.

Super Mega Baseball 4 trailer

Super Mega Baseball 4 has officially arrived, and we have a launch trailer to celebrate. The sports title is making its debut on Switch today.

As a reminder, here’s what to expect from the game:

Super Mega Baseball 4

Original (5/2): Publisher EA Sports and developer Metalhead Software today announced Super Mega Baseball 4, the latest entry in the sports series. It will release for Switch on June 2, 2023.

For the first time in the series, fans can play with over 200 larger-than-life legendary baseball professionals like David “Big Papi” Ortiz, Jose Bautista, Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron, and more right alongside Super Mega League All Stars. Ortiz will be the franchise’s first ever cover athlete.

FIFA 23 Legacy Edition Game Trial

Original (3/13): Nintendo has announced that FIFA 23 Legacy Edition will be offered to Switch Online members in Europe as the service’s latest Game Trial.

Those with an active subscription can play the game for free starting on March 20, 2023. The full experience will be available until the end of the event. Additionally, save data is compatible with the full title.

It Takes Two gameplay

An hour of footage is now available for the new Switch version of It Takes Two. After the title first debuted in March 2021, it just landed on Nintendo’s console to close out the week.

You can learn more about the game in the following overview:

It Takes Two trailer

It Takes Two, one of the most acclaimed games of 2021, is now available on Switch and a new trailer has come in. Fans can get another look at the genre-bending platform adventure.

Further information can be found in the following overview:

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