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Limited Run Games has revealed physical versions for Moon on Switch in the west.

Two different releases are planned. Alongside a standard copy, Limited Run Games will be offering a collector’s edition. The latter includes various extras including art cards, a development art book, and a Voice Theater CD.

Mon Amour gameplay

Gameplay is in for Mon Amour, Onion Games’ insta-death kissing-action title. Earlier in the week, the title was published on Switch.

Here’s everything you need to know about the game:

Mon Amour Switch

Onion Games is about to put its insta-death kissing-action game Mon Amour on Switch, the developer announced today. The title is slated for an October 14 launch.

Here’s an overview of Mon Amour, courtesy of Onion Games:


The PlayStation anti-RPG Moon finally makes its first appearance in the west today with its English release on Switch. See what the title has to offer with the footage below.

Moon fans can purchase the game for Switch via the eShop.


The anti-RPG Moon initially released for the original PlayStation back in 1997, but never saw a western release. Onion Games then brought the title to Switch in Japan last year, and it’s now finally getting a proper English release.

Onion Games confirmed today that it will offer Moon for Switch in the west on August 27. It will be sold digitally via the eShop.

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

Limited Run Games has revealed its latest physical release. Black Bird, the operatic shooter from Onion Games, will have its own boxed edition.

Fans will be able to purchase a standard copy or collector’s edition. The collector’s edition includes a copy of the game, 18×24″ reversible poster, an art book, and a copy of Black Bird’s soundtrack.

Pre-orders open on Limited Run Games’ website this Friday at 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET, and again at 3 PM PT / 6 PM ET.

Update: Bumped to the top. A western release of April 2 is now confirmed. We’ve swapped in the trailer below for an English version.

Original: Recently, Onion Games announced that an upcoming content update would bring a full sequel to Dandy Dungeon: Legend of Brave Yamada on Switch. This update has now been given a release date of April 2, 2020 in Japan.

The announcement comes with a trailer for the new game which is available to view below.

No release date has been given to the US/EU release at this time.


The PlayStation RPG Moon came out in Japan back in 1997. Unfortunately, it was never released in English. Onion Games recently brought the game to Switch in Japan, and thanks to the company’s efforts, fans in the west will finally be able to give the title a try. The wait will just be a little longer than expected.

Onion Games provided a status update in a blog post, stating that the process of translating and implementing everything is a “very delicate process”. With only a small team working on the English version, it’s estimated that the project is only 40 percent complete.

Onion Games has a massive update in store for Dandy Dungeon. Once released, players will have access to an entire sequel.

Other than the name – Legend of Brave Yamada 2: The Illusory Bride – not much is known. Onion Games says the sequel is two times as large as the original game.

Those who have purchased Dandy Dungeon will be able to access the update and sequel at no extra charge.


On June 27, Onion Games will be bringing Dandy Dungeon: Legend of Brave Yamada to Switch via the eShop. Check out some footage below.

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