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GameSpot has shared new footage from the puzzle-adventure title Ever Forward. Get a look at the gameplay in the video below.

Ever Forward is due out for Switch sometime in Q4 2020.

PM Studios has announced that it will produce physical versions of both The Friends of Ringo Ishikawa and Where the Water Tastes Like Wine. Previously, the two titles were distributed on the eShop.

Other games featured during today’s New Game+ Expo broadcast will have physical versions as well. These include Ever Forward, Iris.Fall, Bladed Fury, Metal Revolution, and Alchemic Cutie.

PM Studios has announced a partnership with Next Studios to bring Metal Revolution to Switch. The upcoming project will launch in Q4 2020, the two companies revealed today.

We have the following overview and trailer for Metal Revolution:

PM Studios will publish Next Studios’ puzzle-adventure game Iris.Fall, the company has announced. We’ll be getting the title this fall on Switch.

Here’s some information as well as a trailer for Iris.Fall:

PM Studios and TapBlaze have announced that the simulation game Good Pizza, Great Pizza will soon be getting a release on Switch. It’ll be available in July, with a specific date to follow.

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

Publisher PM Studios and developer Pixel Perfect Dude today announced that #Drive, an endless racing game, is making its way to Switch. A release window has not yet been confirmed.

We have the following overview and trailer for #Drive:

PM Studios, in collaboration with developer Next Studios, today announced that the action game Bladed Fury is coming to Switch. A release is scheduled for this fall.

We have the following overview and trailer for Bladed Fury:

PM Studios confirmed today that it has picked up Pathea Games’ adventure-puzzle title Ever Forward. It’ll be out on Nintendo’s console this fall.

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

The physical release of Ministry of Broadcast is seeing a significant delay. Today, PM Studios and acttil announced that copies won’t be offered at retail until October 6.

“We understand just how much fans are looking forward to this physical edition and did everything in our power to meet the original release date, but due to the current global situation, we have made the difficult decision to delay the release in order to ensure a smooth and safe release schedule,” an official statement reads.

PM Studios and acttil have provided an update on the story-driven action game Ministry of Broadcast. The digital version on the eShop will debut first on April 30. As for the physical version, it’s been bumped back to May 26 from the previously-announced April 28 date.

All pre-orders of Ministry of Broadcast will now come with a customized steelbook and a retail game copy of Ministry of Broadcast packaged together in a collectible box. Pricing is set at $39.99.

Here’s an overview of Ministry of Broadcast: