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Limited Run Games will be creating a physical release for the Switch version of A Boy and His Blob, the company announced today.

Two versions are planned – standard and a Deluxe Edition. With the Deluxe Edition, buyers will receive a physical copy of the game, soundtrack, 18″ x 24″ reversible poster, and dust sleeve.

A few days ago, we reported that Twitter user killetheth managed to gain early access to Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp. It turns out that Nintendo has since taken action.

killetheth explained the situation further in a blog post. As it turns out, there was some sort of error made by the official UK My Nintendo Store. Nintendo sent out an email on March 9 indicating that the order had been cancelled due to the game’s delay and a refund would be provided, but that never happened. The company followed up on March 15, stating that the original download code would actually still be valid at launch, so a refund wasn’t necessary after all.

There’s a bit of an interesting situation taking place with Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp, with one person apparently managing to gain early access.

Those that have been keeping up with the game that the most recent release date was April 8. However, Nintendo ended up pushing the title back indefinitely due to the invasion of Ukraine that has been impacting the world as of late.

Following its previous digital-only debut on Switch, Cat Girl Without Salad: Amuse-Bouche is now getting a physical release. WayForward has teamed up with Limited Run Games on this.

Cat Girl Without Salad: Amuse-Bouche is planned as both a standard copy and collector’s edition. All copies of the collector’s edition come with the game itself, five alternative covers, a Squiddie plush, a CD soundtrack, stickers, temporary tattoos, space bucks, a Space Bounty Hunter license, and an autograph card hand-signed by the game’s directors, all packed into a special box with exclusive artwork – not to mention a bonus digital game code.

It’s been revealed that Aurora, who comes from Ubisoft’s Child of Light, is joining Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night as a new playable character.

After a new update is installed, players can start a new game with Aurora from the main menu. Once they’ve selected the save file name, they’ll be able to choose Miriam, Zangetsu, or Aurora as their starting character.

Dawn of the Monsters just landed on Switch, and a new trailer has come in to celebrate. WayForward and 13AM Games just shared the video today.

Here’s some information about Dawn of the Monsters:

Nintendo is delaying Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp for a second time, the company has announced.

Most recently, the game was planned for April 8, 2022. It has now been pushed back to an unspecified date.

Advance Wars 1+2: Re-Boot Camp is almost here, and to get you up to speed on where you can pre-order, we’ve put together a helpful guide. We’ll also be sure to alert you about any bonuses that are made available at retailers, so expect this post to be updated until release.

Advance Wars has been on hiatus for well over a decade, but 1+2: Re-Boot Camp now sees the franchise return with remakes of the first two games Advance Wars and Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising. Aside from a visual overhaul, various new features are included such as Commanding Officers that are now voiced, the ability to create and share custom maps in the Design Room, and support for online multiplayer.

Back in 2019, WayForward made Spidersaurs for Apple Arcade. Today, the studio announced that the co-op run-‘n’-gun action game is now planned for new platforms, including Switch.

Here’s what to expect from the title:

Publisher WayForward and developer 13AM Games have nailed down a final release date for Dawn of the Monsters, their co-op beat ’em up game. The initial digital release is planned for March 15, 2022.

Dawn of the Monsters was first confirmed for Switch in October 2020. It was initially lined up for late 2021, but was eventually delayed. We did have a new March release window last month, but not an actual date.

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