Musynx now available for Switch in Japan

Feel the rhythm!

While the game has been out for a few months in the West, Japan has yet to experience the rhythm! PM Studios' Musynx is now available on the Japanese eShop, and can be purchased for ¥3,222. English language is supported, and a 1.8 GB download is required.

Otokomizu releasing October 31st on Japanese Switch eShop

More than a loincloth would be ideal...

3D-action game, Otokomizu, was previously announced for Nintendo Switch. The game in particular can't exactly be described with words, and can only be understood with a trailer. Even after watching the trailer, I still don't fully understand. A release date has now been given for the title, and it will be available on October 31st from the Japanese eShop. This experience of a game costs ¥980, and English language support is available. A 1.6 GB download is required.

Mononoke Slashdown releasing for Switch next week in Japan

Release-date Slashdown

Mononoke Slashdown finally has a release date for Switch...in Japan at least. The Arc System Works-published title will release on the Japanese Switch eShop on October 31st. Developed by FK Digital, it's exciting to see the game finally make its way over to Switch. Priced at ¥800, preloads are currently available on the eShop. English support is available in the Japanese version, and a 397 MB download will be required.

Sights & Sounds - An Action Packed Commute with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Best experienced with headphones! ♫

Everyone has an everyday routine and a commute to match it. Take in the sights and sounds with Nintendo Switch and add some action to your normal. How does Nintendo Switch bring the action to your travels?

Filmed by DevinSuperTramp on a Pacific Surfliner train.

Switch version of 'The Legend of Dark Witch' releasing worldwide on October 24th, available today in Japan

Witches in October

The Legend of Dark Witch -Chronicle 2D Act-, the first game in the series from developer Inside System, is making its way over to Nintendo Switch. While the title (Majin Shoujo) will be available today in Japan, it will be releasing worldwide tomorrow, on October 24th. The game will normally be priced at ¥770, but will be on sale on the eShop for ¥616.

-A magical world beautifully depicted through in-game graphics. -Diverse levels that provide a fair challenge. -Additional bonuses that reward those who replay the game. -3 difficulty modes.

Two Point Hospital delayed, now releasing the first half of 2020

It's not an emergency, just a delay!

Two Point Hospital was originally planned to be released during the last half of 2019. Now, an official statement has been released from Two Point Studios announcing a minor delay for the upcoming title. A finalized release date has yet to be given, but we can look forward to the game in the first half of 2020. Check out the full statement from Two Point Studios' Craig Laycock below:

…we’re going to need a bit more time

A big hello to you, the fine folks in our community.

We’ll cut to the chase: we’re going to delay the release of Two Point Hospital on console to the first half of 2020 to make it the best it can possibly be.

As you no doubt know, we’ve been beavering away hard at work on Two Point Hospital with our pals at Red Kite Games, who have been doing a great job working with us on the transition of Two Point Hospital over to console.

We invited press to come into the studio and get hands on with the game not too long ago, and they loved the direction we were heading in, especially with the revamped control scheme, redesigned for console platforms.

We also showcased the game at Gamescom, with hands-on playable code on the show floor, which went down well with hundreds of players. It was exciting and rewarding to see so many people getting hands on with the game.

All of that reaction has been fantastic to see, and it’s just another reason why we really care about getting the final release right.

So why the delay? Put simply: making a management simulation game on three consoles (and making it the best it possibly can be on all three), is a tricky programming puzzle.

We have to take the game apart and figure out how to fit it into what is essentially a smaller box. That takes a fair amount of time and engineering work, and it turns out we need to take a little more to iron out the remaining creases.

So, we’re going to take a bit longer to get that right. We expect a new release date for Two Point Hospital Console to be in the first half of 2020 and we’ll be sure to keep you right up to date with our progress.

We know you’ll be a bit disappointed by this news, but hopefully you understand why we’re doing it: quality is the most important thing and we want you to have the very best experience.

We’ll be sure to show you more soon,

Your friends @ Two Point Studios

New concept art released for 'No More Heroes 3', Bayonetta designer has redesigned 'Kimmy Howell'

Alongside the announcement of a new horror game being developed by Suda51 and Swery65, a few more details have been released for the anticipated third-installment in the No More Heroes franchise, No More Heroes 3. Take a look at some of the concept art released for the game, including a redesign of Kimmy Howell from No More Heroes 2, designed by Mari Shimazaki, the artist behind Bayonetta.

Above, you can view the newly designed college-graduate version of Kimmy Howell. Below, is what the character looked like in No More Heroes 2.

Three new forms of Destroyman were also revealed. Destroyman - Mass Produced, Destroyman - Version T, and Final Destroyman. According to Suda, Final Destroyman will be saved for No More Heroes 4.

Josh Keaton and Jennifer Hale will continue their voice acting positions for the characters.

Polyroll gets a launch trailer, coming soon to Switch

Let's roll!

The roly poly with attitude has to rescue his friends from the evil Kaiser Kiwi in this retro platformer inspired by the classics!

Shiny Lunala and Shiny Solgaleo available from select retailers in Greece

I'm walking on Sun (and Moon) shine!

Other countries have already been given an opportunity to receive Shiny Lunala and Shiny Solgaleo in Pokémon (Ultra) Sun or Pokémon (Ultra) Moon, but now it's Greece's time to shine.

Both of the legendary Pokémon will be available from select retailers until November 15th. To receive your corresponding Pokémon (Lunala in Pokémon Sun/Ultra Sun & Solgaleo in Pokémon Moon/Ultra Moon), just ask for a download code at one of these listed retailers:

Seven, Public, Media Markt, Game Explorers, Console Club, Astron DVD Club, Gamescom, Gameland, Power User, Inspot Creta, E-paideia and Met Net.

Thanks to cassiel for the heads up!

Thief of Thieves: Season One announced for Switch, releasing November 21st

The announcement came like a thief in the night!

In Thief of Thieves: Season One you play as a cat burglar using stealth, social engineering and team members to pull off some high profile heists across the world. Based on the comic book series by Robert Kirkman , Thief of Thieves: Season One, it’s time for Celia to make the leap from apprentice to master.

Previously exclusive to PC and Xbox One, Thief of Thieves: Season One from developer Rival Games is making its way over to Nintendo Switch! A physical version has yet to be announced, but the game will be available digitally on the Nintendo eShop for $19.99 on November 21st. Skybound Games will be publishing the indie-adventure title.


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