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Nintendo has put out a small update for DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power. The game is now at version 1.0.1.

According to today’s patch notes, “Several issues have been addressed to improve the gameplay experience.” No new additions or changes have been implemented.

DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power has made it to Switch, and we now have some pure gameplay. Check out 43 minutes of footage in the video below.

DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power is available on Switch both physically and digitally.

DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power arrives on Switch today. Check out the latest launch trailer below.

Nintendo has gone live with a new overview trailer for DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power. Take a look at the video below.

Nintendo has issued a new four-minute trailer for DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power, which heads to Switch in just under two weeks. We’ve attached it below.

DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power releases for Switch on June 4.

Nintendo has uploaded a new 30-second commercial for DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power. Have a look at the advert below.

DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power will be out for Switch on June 4.

During the latest Nintendo Direct, DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power was one of the newest Switch games Nintendo announced. But there’s been one question floating around since the reveal: who’s actually making it? Thanks to a rating in Australia, we now have that answer.

DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power is developed by Toybox, according to the classification. Some of the studio’s previous projects include Deadly Premonition 2, World End Syndrome, and Little Dragons Cafe.

DC Super Hero Girls: Teen Power is due out for Switch on June 4.

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Deadly Premonition 2 director Swery – otherwise known as Hidetaka Suehiro – has revealed that the game includes a special in-game event to honor the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Each year, on August 29, players can hear a certain song on the map. By going to the blue mark on the map, you’ll receive a new quest that can only be done on this day.

Swery passed along the news on Twitter:

Deadly Premonition 2 received its first major patch last month. That update dealt with transgender misrepresentation issues, improved the frame rate, fixed bugs/glitches, and changed the icon.

Another patch for Deadly Premonition 2 went live today, and the game is now at version 1.0.3. Aside from adding an inverted camera option, we’re hearing that there’s another big performance improvement. There’s also one player report of a mini game progression issue having been fixed.

Here’s a look at the frame rate while outside:

Prior to the launch of Deadly Premonition 2, Nintendo Everything was able to speak with director Hidetaka Suehiro. We wanted to ask about returning to the IP, what lies ahead for the future, and more. Swery also spoke about his approach to development when it comes to Deadly Premonition, and the importance of the story.

You can read up on our full discussion all about Deadly Premonition below.