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Kudzu is coming to both Switch and Game Boy following a successful run on Kickstarter. Things just wrapped up a little while ago and over $45,000 was raised. The primary purpose of the campaign was to fund the Game Boy release, but after reaching a stretch goal, Switch is also now in the picture.

For those that haven’t heard of it previously, the game is a non-linear adventure experience that has players taking on the role of Max, the apprentice gardener, who goes on an adventure trek through fields, gardens, forests, villas, and mountains covered with Kudzu, a known globally invasive plant species.

Here’s some additional information:

WrestleQuest release date

A new release date has been set for WrestleQuest. Today, Skybound and Mega Cat Studios confirmed it’s heading to Switch on August 8, 2023.

WrestleQuest was previously on track to arrive this month. However, the team ended up pushing the launch back – you can find more information about that here. After the delay, WrestleQuest was given a general Summer 2023 launch window.

World Championship Boxing Manager 2 gameplay

Following its debut on Switch this week, new gameplay has come in for World Championship Boxing Manager 2. 26 minutes of footage is available.

For a refresher on the title, check out the following overview:

World Championship Boxing Manager 2 trailer

A new trailer has surfaced for World Championship Boxing Manager 2, which features a mix of business tycoon and sports simulation gameplay. This celebrates the official launch this week.

Here’s an overview of the game:

WrestleQuest delayed

WrestleQuest fans will need to wait a bit longer for the game, and it’s now been delayed to Summer 2023. It was previously planned for Switch this month. A final release date should be provided by the end of May.

In a statement, the team said it “secured a new partnership” that “resulted in certain issues outside of our control”. The delay decision was said to be “is the right choice with respect to our players”.

The full statement about the delay for WrestleQuest reads:

World Championship Boxing Manager 2 release date

Publisher Ziggurat Interactive and developer Mega Cat Studios have passed along a release date for the console version of World Championship Boxing Manager 2. On Switch, the game will be available on May 17, 2023.

World Championship Boxing Manager 2 was revealed last February. It’s a business tycoon and sports simulation experience as well as the official sequel to the 1991 predecessor.

Below is an official overview with more details:

WrestleQuest release window

WrestleQuest is one step closer to launch, as the title now has a release month. Publisher Skybound Games and developer Mega Cat Studios confirmed today that it will drop in May 2023.

WrestleQuest, a wrestling RPG, was announced for Switch earlier this year. We have further information in the following overview:

WrestleQuest combat

Skybound Games and Mega Cat Studios published another trailer for WrestleQuest today, and this time around we have a look at combat.

The title largely features turn-based battles, but players can hit some well-timed button prompts to determine the success rate of an attack. After their opponent takes enough damage, they’ll then need to trigger some button presses in time with a moving meter a few times in a row to win the match.

WrestleQuest preview

2017’s Golf Story proved that there is a market for sports-themed RPGs, and Mega Cat Studios’ upcoming title WrestleQuest is attempting to bring a similar style of retro-themed gameplay and role-playing to the sport of wrestling (or wrasslin’, if you prefer). Rather than taking a serious simulation-focused approach, WrestleQuest leans hard into the absurdity and humor that often takes place in the sport in real life and cranks it all up as high as possible. I had a chance to check out the game at Summer Game Fest recently, and although I don’t yet have a full sense for just how deep WrestleQuest’s RPG mechanics will go, wrestling fans will certainly find a lot to love here.

WrestleQuest takes the concept of idolizing one’s heroes to a literal interpretation, as the protagonist of the game – Muchacho Man – lives in a world where there are giant statues of famous wrestlers scattered all over the place. If you’re familiar with the major names in the history of modern wrestling – Macho Man Savage, Andre the Giant, Jake the Snake, etc. – you’ll run across quite a few cameos in the game that you can interact with in some capacity. These real-life athletes act as the main protagonist’s guiding sources of inspiration as he tries to get his wrestling career up and running.


Publisher Skybound Games and developer Mega Cat Studios today revealed WrestleQuest, a new wrestling RPG. A release date hasn’t been shared just yet, but we do know that a Switch version is planned.

Here’s the first batch of official details:

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