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Microsoft delivered a speech at GDC 2019 today. During the event, future plans for Switch were briefly touched on.

One of the major announcements we heard about today was Cuphead for Switch. Not only is the game coming, but it should be updated to support Xbox Live in the future – including achievements. Apparently this won’t be a one time thing.

Studio MDHR has shared a few additional details about the Switch version of Cuphead. We have information about the game’s frame rate, resolution, and more.

Here’s the full roundup:

Following a listing on GameFly, it’s been officially announced that Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Deluxe Edition is coming to Switch. The game launches on June 25.

Pre-orders are already live on Amazon. We also have the game’s boxart attached above.

Here’s an overview and trailer for the game:

Nintendo has put out an official announcement recapping all of the news from today’s Nindies Showcase. Find the full press release below.

The Nintendo Switch system has quickly become the go-to platform for indie developers. As more and more top indie developers bring their creations to Nintendo’s console, they continue to deliver high-quality experiences that can be played at home or taken on the go. A new Nindies Showcase video today demonstrated the breadth of the Nintendo Switch indie library and the enthusiasm developers have for the platform. This includes the revelation of the rhythmic action-adventure game Cadence of Hyrule – Crypt of the NecroDancer Featuring the Legend of Zelda from Brace Yourself Games. That’s in addition to announcements from indie houses like Devolver Digital, bringing system-exclusive content like Katana ZERO and My Friend Pedro, and new game reveals like RAD from award-winning studio DOUBLE FINE PRODUCTIONS.
 
To view the Nindies Showcase video in its entirety, visit https://live.nintendo.com.
 
“Top indie developers look to Nintendo Switch to showcase their games to a broad audience,” said Steve Singer, Nintendo of America’s Vice President of Publisher and Developer Relations. “The diversity of indie content we discussed today demonstrates how Nintendo Switch players can find quality indie games of nearly any type.”
 
The games discussed during today’s video include:

Nintendo kicked off today’s Nindies Showcase with a bang. Cuphead, an acclaimed game from StudioMDHR and Microsoft, is coming to Switch. It’s also just a month away.

Microsoft has since revealed some interesting information about plans for Cuphead. The company says that it is working with StudioMDHR to implement Xbox Live features on Switch. The two sides are in the “early stage” currently, so this will be available as a “post-launch update”.

Cadence of Hyrule announced for Switch

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Cadence of Hyrule, a new game coming from the developer of Crypt of the NecroDancer, was announced today to close out the latest Nindies Showcase. A release is planned for this spring.

Here are the first details and debut trailer:

Inti Creates has announced that it is working on Blaster Master Zero 2 for Switch. The game is launching on the eShop today for $9.99.

The Nintendo Switch Nindies Showcase Spring 2019 is kicking off in just a short while. Look forward to the start of the broadcast at 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET / 4 PM in the UK / 5 PM in Europe.

During the 30-minute presentation, Nintendo will be covering upcoming indie games for Switch. If you’d like to watch the event as it happens, you can do so below. We’ll also have coverage throughout the showcase, as well as after it finishes.

According to a listing on the Japanese eShop, Giga Wrecker Alt. is launching for Switch on May 2. Rising Star Games will be publishing the title worldwide. Game Freak, the team behind the core Pokemon series, is the developer behind the game.

Here’s an overview of Giga Wrecker Alt., along with a trailer:

Nintendo Switch

The latest Japanese hardware sales from Media Create are as follows:

Switch – 56,954
PS4 – 25,015
PS4 Pro – 7,206
New 2DS LL – 4,040
New 3DS LL – 892
Vita – 870
2DS – 793
Xbox One X – 91
Xbox One – 45