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Oddworld Inhabitants have announced that another installment of the Oddworld franchise will be coming to the Switch on May 14th, 2001’s Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee. The game will also be receiving a limited physical release later in 2020.

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Microids today announced that it will release a new game based on the book and media franchise The Adventures of Tintin in partnership with Moulinsart. Platforms haven’t been confirmed, but given that every single one of the company’s titles have found their way to Switch since the system’s release, we should be seeing this one on Nintendo’s console.

Not much is known about the new game based on The Adventures of Tintin currently. However, Microids has shared a small bit of information:

Retailers have started to open pre-orders for Kingdom Majestic, including Amazon and GameStop. We also have a look at the boxart above.

Kingdom Majestic features Kingdom New Lands and Kingdom Two Crowns. Additionally, both will come with all content released for both titles since their original launches.

Kingdom Majestic launches June 18.

Microids has made one of the more random game announcements for Switch that we’ve seen in recent times: My Baby. The new title will launch on July 9, and will even have a physical release. We have the boxart above.

Microids said that My Baby will let you “create your dream baby, pick up their perfect outfit and customize their room as you like it”. It also sounds like you’ll be taking care of them based on screenshots shared today.

Speaking of screenshots, here are a couple of images:

Publisher Microids announced today that they are bringing Kingdom Majestic to Nintendo Switch. This is collection that includes both Kingdom: New Lands and Kingdom: Two Crowns, as well as the additional content released for both games post-launch. These strategy games have so far only been available digitally, but this collection will mark their retail debut. Kingdom Majestic will be available in June 2020. Additionally, there will be a special Limited Edition in Europe that includes the following:

  • Both games
  • A lenticular in 3D
  • A sleeve
  • Pieces of artwork that can be combined to form a map
  • The original soundtrack for both games
  • Double-sided cover

Take a look at the trailer for the Kingdom Majestic Bundle:

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Microids and Oddworld Inhabitants have dated the physical version of Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD for Switch. It’ll be out on May 26 in North America and May 28 in Europe.

Alongside a standard copy, there are plans for a special limited edition. Copies of the latter version come with a copy of the game, a limited box and a lenticular, a “Fuzzle” keychain, and a complete set of stickers.

We have a trailer for Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD below.

Last year, Microids announced that they would be releasing a physical collection of the two classic platformers Another World and Flash in November of 2019. However, November came and went without a release of the collection. Today, Microids send out a new press release, announcing that the collection is now set to arrive on April 16, 2020. The physical release will contain both games, digital OSTs for both games, two postcards of each game and a reversible cover.


Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD was added to the Switch eShop a little while ago, but as we previously heard, a physical version is in the cards. Amazon has now opened one of the first product listings for the retail edition.

We have the boxart for Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD above. According to the listing, the game will cost $29.99 at retail. You can pre-order on Amazon here.

Publisher Microids has announced a partnership with Oddworld Inhabitants involving the distribution of three Oddworld titles on Switch.

First up is Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath HD. While it will be sold digitally on January 23, Microids will sell the game at retail in Q1 2020. A standard edition is planned alongside a limited edition, which will feature “some nice exclusive collectibles”.

New footage has arrived specifically for the Switch version of Blacksad: Under the Skin. Get a look at the gameplay below.