A video game success story like no other, Shovel Knight has been digging its way into fans’ hearts since 2014, achieving over 1.5 million copies sold as of December 2016 – a groundbreaking feat by any measure. That’s why UDON is thrilled to announce the forthcoming release of Shovel Knight: Official Design Works, collecting all of the gorgeous art from the Shovel Knight video game in one comprehensive volume!
UDON has worked very closely with developer Yacht Club Games to ensure that Shovel Knight: Official Design Works is every bit the definitive Shovel Knight art book that fans deserve. Within its pages you’ll find character art, developer commentary, rough illustrations and concept art, background development images, comprehensive sprite sheets, full-page promotional illustrations, and more – including an exclusive interview with the game’s development team!
“After more than a year of work, it’s finally complete! We here at Yacht Club Games are proud and delighted to realize one of our dreams – a Shovel Knight art book produced by UDON!” said Yacht Club Games. “We genuinely hope you enjoy the never-before-seen concepts and anecdotes detailed within!”
As if there wasn’t already enough to dig into, Shovel Knight: Official Design Works has also been “plagued” by a wealth of material from Shovel Knight: Plague of Shadows, the game’s first major downloadable content expansion. With so much incredible content packed in, Shovel Knight: Official Design Works truly does deliver in spades!
The open world of 'Shakedown: Hawaii' Comes to Nintendo Switch, 3DS, PlayStation 4, PS VITA and Steam this year! Head over to vblank.com for more info!
01. Dragon Quest XI: Sugisarishi Toki o Motomete (3DS) - 877
02. The Alliance Alive (3DS) - 382
03. Splatoon 2 (Switch) - 326
04. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Switch) - 288
05. The Snack World: Trejarers (3DS) - 241
06. Super Mario Odyssey (Switch) - 228
07. Shin Megami Tensei DEEP STRANGE JOURNEY (3DS) - 193
08. Radiant Historia Perfect Chronology (3DS) - 136
09. Hey! Pikmin (3DS) - 174
10. Dragon Quest XI: Sugisarishi Toki o Motomete (Switch) - 169
11. Sekaiju to Fushigi no Dungeon 2 (3DS) - 165
12. Xenoblade 2 (Switch) - 153
13. Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katriel to Daifugou no Inbou (3DS) - 122
14. Fire Emblem Musou (Switch) - 113
15. Seiken Densetsu Collection (Switch) - 106
16. Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers (Switch) - 97
17. Dai Gyakuten Saiban 2: Naruhodou Ryuunosuke no Bouken (3DS) - below 97
18. ARMS (Switch) - below 97
Shaq-Fu: A Legend Reborn coming to Switch, Saber teases motocross & 4-person shooter for Switch as well
Saber Interactive has confirmed that Shaq-Fu: A Legend Reborn is coming to Switch. They don't have an official release date yet, but the game is confirmed. The title was once being considered for Wii U, but now it seems that version will be skipped in favor of a Switch outing.
Saber Interactive also has other titles planned for Switch. They are bringing NBA Playgrounds to Switch, as well as “a new motocross title. Finally, Saber said they are considering bringing a 4-player co-op shooter to Switch, as they consider it to be a perfect platform for it.
Hero is confirmed for release on Xbox One, but the dev team is eager to bring the game to Switch as well. They're working with Nintendo right now to try and get through the approvals process of bringing the game to the platform. There's still a lot of work to be done, but the devs seem dedicated to making it happen. When this game is officially confirmed for Switch, we'll be sure to let you know! Thanks to Sean for the heads up!
Screen Switch Mode
- play in several different screen sizes
- for Seiken Densetsu: Final Fantasy Gaiden, choose between “Super Gameboy Mode” and “Game Boy Mode.”
- for Seiken Densetsu 2 and Seiken Densetsu 3, you can choose the size of the screen based on your home TV
- save anywhere, at anytime
- from the home screen, you can listen to the music of all three games
- you don't have to play the games to listen
The following comes from Emily Rogers...
- titled Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
- eight playable characters
- includes Mario, Luigi, Peach, Yoshi and others
- each character has their own sci-fi weapon, such as laser guns, arm cannons and more
- characters aren’t controlled directly, but are instead controlled through something called a Tuttorio
- a Tuttorio is a small floating dish which guides the characters through the world
- will feature co-op multiplayer
Looks like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has lost one feature the Wii U version had. People are noticing that the Mii faces in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe just don't show the range of emotions they did in the Wii U version. Mii faces in the Switch version seem to remain the same during the entire race, whereas on Wii U, they would react to what was going on with your character. Could be a bug, or could be removed content. Either way, it can be a bit creepy!