Plants Vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville "Complete Edition" listed for Switch release on March 19th, 2021

It'll grow on you

We've actually heard the rumor of Plants Vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville coming to the Switch already. The original info game from GamesBeat's Jeff Grubb, who listed the game among other rumored titles. All the other games Grubb mentioned have either released on Switch or are confirmed to be on the way. The only one left is Plants Vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville, and it looks like we finally have something near a confirmation on that.

GameFly has a knack for listing Switch games before they're announced, and their info always ends up being spot-on. Their latest listing is for Plants Vs. Zombies: Battle for Neighborville "Complete Edition," which they say is coming March 19th, 2021. If that's the case, we should be hearing an official announcement from EA any day now.

Fire Emblem Heroes "Special Heroes (Dark Desert Rituals)" trailer

Time for another update for Fire Emblem Heroes. The "Florid Chamer" Tharja, "Torchlit Wanderer" Katarian, "Muscle Monger" Raphael, "Twilit Harmony" Dorothea, and the Paralogue Story "Dark Desert Rituals" are available now, and will be sticking around until Feb. 17th, 2021.

Sally Face - more gameplay

Delve into an unsettling adventure following a boy with a prosthetic face, as he uses his handheld video game system to speak with the dead and learn their stories. After a string of mysterious murders, Sal and his three friends discover something truly sinister casting shadows over their small town.

Brie Larson takes a quiz to see which Animal Crossing character she's most like

I don't think she's too happy

We already know that Brie Larson is an Animal Crossing super fan, and it seems she's not done spreading the love just yet. In a recent video from Brie, we get to see her take an online test to see which Animal Crossing character she's most like. If you don't mind spoilers, you can see her reaction to the pick and who was chosen for her below.

"I can't even say...I'm shocked. I want to do this again. This is shaking me to my core. I've never seen this character before. Pietro. Are you kidding? Nooo, no. Nooooo. Why aren't I Isabelle? Why aren't I Soleil? It's like I don't even know myself anymore. I don't want to be the clown Animal Crossing character."

Check out a new trailer for The Pedestrian

I saw the sign

We found out that The Pedestrian is coming to Switch awhile ago, but we still don't have a release date. All we know for sure is that it'll be sometime later this year. While we wait for more specific release info, you can enjoy a new trailer for the unique puzzler above.

GoNintendo Podcast Webisode 805 live-stream recording

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Skul: The Hero Slayer launch trailer

A platformer for the ages

As was previously announced, Skul: The Hero Slayer is coming to Switch on Jan. 21st, 2021. In advance of that release, a launch trailer has been shared. Check out the action above, and read a quick recap for the game below.

Guide 'Skul' on his quest to single-handedly take on the Imperial Army and rescue his King from captivity, in an action-packed rogue-lite 2D platformer for the ages.

Switch eShop charts for Jan. 16th, 2021

Among Us does it yet again

Among Us is having a real tear on the Switch eShop. The game is once again at the top of the lists, managing to fend off a major rush from Minecraft. Check out the charts for Jan. 16th, 2021 below!

All Games

1. Among Us
2. Minecraft
3. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
4. Animal Crossing: New Horizons
5. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game – Complete Edition
6. Hades
7. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
8. Cooking Simulator
9. Stardew Valley
10. Super Mario 3D All-Stars
11. Zelda: Breath of the Wild
12. Human: Fall Flat
13. Cuphead
14. Super Mario Party
15. Super Mario Odyssey
16. Pokemon Sword
17. Just Dance 2021
18. Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
19. Nickelodeon Kart Racers
20. Hello Neighbor
21. New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe
22. Donut County
23. Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics
24. Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled
25. Overcooked 2
26. Hollow Knight
27. Five Nights at Freddy’s: Help Wanted
28. Pokemon Shield
29. Risk of Rain 2
30. ACA NeoGeo Metal Slug X

Download-Only Games

1. Among Us
2. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game – Complete Edition
3. Hades
4. Cooking Simulator
5. Stardew Valley
6. Human: Fall Flat
7. Cuphead
8. Hollow Knight
9. Five Nights at Freddy’s: Help Wanted
10. Risk of Rain 2
11. ACA NeoGeo Metal Slug X
12. Minecraft Dungeons
13. Clustertruck
14. Paint
15. Contra Anniversary Collection
16. Arcade Archives VS. Super Mario Bros.
17. Castlevania Anniversary Collection
18. Little Nightmares
19. Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light
20. Dadish
21. Borderlands: The Handsome Collection
22. Bowling
23. Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition
24. SpeedRunners
25. Cattails
26. Calico
27. Okami HD
28. Castle Crashers Remastered
29. A Short Hike
30. Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary World Tour

Twin-stock shmup "Bezier: Second Edition" comes to Switch on Jan. 21st, 2021, major discount available for pre-orders

Blast the void

Bezier: Second Edition comes to Switch on Jan. 21st, 2021, giving Switch owners another shmup to enjoy. The game is normally priced at $20, but those who pre-order now can get it for just $5! Now that's a serious pre-order discount! Read all about the game below.

Bezier is a twin-stick blaster set inside a vast computer built deep underground. The story traces the principal's escape from this "Noah's Ark" gone wrong. A simple shooter on the surface, the deeper narrative pulls in his relationship between evolution and god, family and love. These themes question his motives, force him to confront what is real, and lead him to salvation.

Powered by BezierSynth technology, traditional rendering is renounced in favour of a fluid aesthetic guided by story elements and player interaction, while an 80 minute soundtrack blends together orchestra, synthesizers and many ethnic instruments to drive the drama through fifteen dynamic game zones.


- Pure twin-stick arcade action
- Multiple playing modes
- Seven devastating weapons
- 15 different game zones
- 100 different enemies
- 80-minute soundtrack

Calico updated to Version 1.02


Calico has been updated to Version 1.02. Check out patch notes for the update below.

Feature Updates

A and B buttons swapped so controls are more familiar to Nintendo Switch players.
Added potion to teleport player back to café in case they become stuck.
Enabled screenshot and video capture on Nintendo Switch.
Adjusted credit roll UI on certain resolutions.

Bug Fixes

Fixed dialogue ending abruptly, which may have caused problems with the “Big City Dreams” quest.
Corrected various geometry stick issues throughout the world.
Corrected an issue where journal tabs would inappropriately change when typing animal names on PC.
Corrected resolution issues on ultrawide monitors.
Fixed collisions on all carpets.
Fixed scone recipe inappropriately not being given by Hocus Focus.
Corrected various collision issues.
Fixed possible crash when loading save files from earlier versions.
Fixed NPCs walking at times when they should be running.
Fixed cat potion player model problems.
Fixed problem where NPCs and animals would sometimes remain invisible indefinitely.
Fixed not being able to buy things if you have the exact amount of money that the item costs.
Fixed player getting stuck on top of log or inside of the ground next to Estelle’s General Store.
Fixed construction cat and owl club conversations getting interrupted which resulted in player getting stuck.
Fixed disappearing furniture issue affecting certain items.
Fixed an issue mounting animals immediately after performing certain actions.
Fixed an issue where clothing colors would be reset inappropriately.
Fixed a model problem with Ranger.
Fixed an issue where radio would be picked up separately from the table it was on, getting players stuck in Furniture mode.
Fixed Safeena leaving her spot before the end of the Clover Coast quest.
Fixed an issue where polar bear cubs would inappropriately follow the player.
Fixed conversations being interrupted by passing NPCs.
Fixed hats not fitting on Pudgems and his heckin’ chonker head.
Corrected an issue where recipes would not correctly load from a saved game.
Fixed animals disappearing from collection quests (pigeons, bunnies).
Fixed NPCs getting stuck at the door of the café.
Corrected an issue where cinnamon roll recipe would not populate.
Corrected an issue with Venture Catpital quest.
Corrected an issue where the credit sequence would occasionally yeet the player into the ocean.
Corrected an issue changing save files.
Corrected an issue where a blue hat pigeon lived in a wall for some reason.
Fixed problem where food wasn’t being bought when multiple NPCs visited at the same time.
Fixed saving food that has been made but not put in the display case.


Lowered volume of rain and splashes.
Adjusted angle of ears / sundae hat on certain animals.
Smoothed out navigation of sloped terrain.
Made player movement speed gradually increase over time.
Raised top run speed.
Increased speed of horses relative to other animals.
Corrected some issues with bunny ears.
Adjusted coast and city barriers to be clearer to players.