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Marble It Up Ultra physical

April 5: Three more Switch games are getting the physical treatment – specifically Marble it Up! Ultra, Mercenaries Lament, and Super Alloy Ranger. All three will be distributed by PM Studios.

Here’s some information about the different games:

My Time at Sandrock New Year Better Me update 1.2.2

PM Studios and Pathea Games started up the distribution of a major “New Year Better Me” update for My Time at Sandrock with version 1.2.2.

Along with big technical improvements, new content is available. Today’s patch “is the culmination of that labor and promises substantially improved frame rate performance in early zones, increased shadow distance, higher fidelity textures and lots more.” As for new content, players can access new customization items designed by Kickstarter backers, new fairground rides, a new end-game dungeon, and more.

Here’s a rundown of what’s new in the My Time at Sandrock “New Year Better Me” version 1.2.2 update:

Krimson launch trailer

PM Studios and CryingPsycho readied a launch trailer for Krimson. This week, the death metal rhythm platformer appeared on Switch.

Here’s an overview with more information:


PM Studios, in partnership with CryingPsycho, announced today that Krimson will be released on Switch. The game is slated for March 21, 2024.

Krimson is a rhythm platformer in which players take on the role of an unknown spawn navigating a tortured landscape. Additional details can be found in the following overview:

Girl Genius physical

Rain Games today set a release date for the Switch version of Girl Genius: Adventures in Castle Heterodyne and also made a physical release official.

The game will launch via the eShop on April 3, 2024. Additionally, it’s been announced that Rain Games is partnering with PM Studios on a physical version. Different goodies will be included in the Genius Edition – specifically an art book, pin, stickers, poster, standee, and a digital download for the original soundtrack. The physical version arrives on May 7.

Developer PM Studios have released a new update for My Time at Sandrock, bringing the game up to version The patch is a small one that is focused primarily on fixing the bugs that came with the most recent update. Full details can be found below:

My Time at Sandrock gameplay

New gameplay is here for the Switch version of My Time at Sandrock. Following a bit of a delay, the sandbox simulation adventure launched this week.

Here’s an overview of the title:

My Time at Sandrock launch trailer

To celebrate the launch of My Time at Sandrock, PM Studios and Pathea Games have come out with a launch trailer. Fans can get a final look at the My Time at Sandrock sequel.

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

No Longer Human preview

No Longer Human – an upcoming fast-paced slash-em-up and the debut release of indie developer 0801 LLC – is one of the finest examples of pure sensory overload that I’ve ever had the privilege of playing. I moved and attacked at speeds that felt impossible, to a soundtrack that’s so agressive and distorted its almost indescribable, while watching geysers of pixellated blood erupt from my foes. The game has the aesthetic of vector-traced arcade cabinets of the olden days, if those games were made today and took place in a rave. It’s a one-of-a-kind experience that absolutely deserves to be on the radar of action game fans.

My Time at Sandrock delayed

My Time at Sandrock has been delayed and it will not be available next month as previously announced.

On social media, Pathea Games explained that the move was made “to better ensure the game quality will meet your standards and expectations.” The title will now launch on November 2, 2023.

The full statement reads:

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