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Mato Anomalies update

 Mato Anomalies just came out on Switch a few days ago, but a new update is already available.

The patch includes a bunch of improvements and adjustments. Some of the highlights include better 3D visual quality in most dungeons, increased dungeon difficulty, support for potential DLC, and more.

The full patch notes for the Mato Anomalies update are as follows:

Mato Anomalies gameplay

Fresh gameplay has emerged for Mato Anomalies, a new turn-based RPG for Switch. 32 minutes of footage has come in.

If you’re interested in learning more about it, check out the following overview:

We have a new launch trailer to celebrate the arrival of Mato AnomaliesThis week, the turn-based RPG ended up on Switch.

Here’s an official overview with more information:

A final release date has come in for Mato Anomaliesthe upcoming visual novel-inspired JRPG. Switch owners can pick it up on March 10, 2023.

Mato Anomalies was announced for Switch back in July. A general 2023 release window was provided at the time.

Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous

Prime Matter and Owlcat Games revealed today that they’re putting Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous on Switch. There is a caveat though, as it will only be offered as a cloud title.

Here’s an overview of the game:

As part of the Japan Expo taking place today in Paris, publisher Prime Matter and developer Arrowiz have announced that futuristic RPG Mato Anomalies  will be coming to Switch. It is currently slated for a 2023 release.

In the game, you’ll take the role of a detective investigating dark secrets in the city of Mato, a “a sprawling metropolis that combines traditional with futuristic architecture in a post-apocalyptic world”. Beyond investigations, the game will also feature intense battles, a variety of dungeons to explore and complex combat mechanics.

Here’s some more information about the game:

King's Bounty II update 1.5

Another update for King’s Bounty II was recently made available on Switch, bringing the game to version 1.5. It comes with more gameplay and balance changes, stability improvements, and more.

Continue on below for the full King’s Bounty II patch notes pertaining to update version 1.5.

King's Bounty II update 1.4

1C Entertainment and Prime Matter recently issued a first update for the Switch version of King’s Bounty II, bringing it to version 1.4. It contains gameplay adjustments and changes, fixes, and more.

Below are the full patch notes for the King’s Bounty II version 1.4 update:

King's Bounty 2 review

System: Switch
Release date: August 24, 2021
Developer: 1C Entertainment
Publisher: 1C Entertainment / Prime Matter

Over the past few years, the turn-based strategy genre has become awash with new entries in some of its most landmark franchises; in retrospect, it should have seemed inevitable that someday, eventually, King’s Bounty would return on modern hardware. But I doubt that even longtime fans of this dormant franchise had expected to witness such an ambitious reinvention of the series’ name. Sure, at its heart, King’s Bounty II is still a grid-centric, turn-based strategy game with a traditional medieval setting, but with this new release, 1C Entertainment and Prime Matter have attempted to integrate more immersive role-playing elements, a grander world, and a completely different pace than the last game in the series. And while some of these new ideas can be well-executed individually, I left King’s Bounty II feeling unimpressed by the package as a whole.

King's Bounty II trailer

One final trailer has come in for King’s Bounty II. The game has just released on various platforms, including Switch, and today’s video celebrates the news.

Here’s the full trailer:

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