Switch eShop file size round-up - Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom, Death Mark, My Hero: One's Justice, and more

The amount of games hitting the Switch in the upcoming weeks is insane. New games, ports, and everything else between. Better make sure you've got plenty of room on your microSD card for all these titles!

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom – 5.0GB
Death Mark – 3.8GB
My Hero: One’s Justice – 3.5GB
Sports Party – 2.6GB
ATV Drift & Tricks – 2.5GB
Pizza Titan Ultra – 2.0GB
911 Operator – 1.7GB
NAIRI: Tower of Shirin – 1.6GB
Risk – 1.6GB
Zarvot – 1.5GB
Yomawari: The Long Night Collection – 1.4GB
Cabela’s: The Hunt – Championship Edition – 1.4GB
Spintires: MudRUnner – American Wilds – 1.3GB
Momonga Pinball Adventures – 1.3GB
Moonlighter – 1.2GB
WILL: A Wonderful World – 1.1GB
Bass Pro Shops: The Strike – Champion Edition – 1.1GB
SNK 40th Anniversary Collection – 923MB
SkyScrappers – 908MB
Trailblazers – 904MB
Save me Mr Tako: Tasukete Tako-San – 786MB
The Legend of Evil – 680MB
Project Highrise: Architect’s Edition – 626MB
Deru – The Art of Cooperation – 574MB
Puzzle Wall – 455MB
Halloween Pinball – 428MB
Black Bird – 390MB
Car Quest – 235MB
7 Billion Humans – 185MB
Season Match – 172MB
Personality and Psychology Premium – 171MB
Word Puzzles by POWGI – 87.0MB
Spencer – 76.0MB
Windjammers – 68.0MB
SpiderSolitaire Black – 40.0MB

Puyo Puyo eSports - another round of screens and art

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Puyo Puyo eSports is right around the corner from release in Japan. The title is due out Oct. 25th, 2018. Still no official word on localization in either Europe or North America.

Black Bird - theme song trailer

Once upon a time, there was a pitiful girl. Because nobody helped her, she had died. After a while, a mysterious gentleman appeared from nowhere, and poked her with his cane. Then the girl became a big, big egg. The egg broke with a crisp sound, and a vicious “black bird” was born.

Igarashi excited to check out the Castlevania content in Smash Bros. Ultimate, talks Bloodstained length, and more

Our friends at SourceGaming got the chance to chat with Koji Igarashi, the man behind the upcoming Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, as well as the head of many Castlevania games for a number of years. He covered a number of topics on Bloodstained and Castlevania in general, and we've put together the juiciest tidbits below.

- Igarashi is excited to check out the Castlevania content in Smash Bros. Ultimate, and wish Sakurai implemented the characters while he was still working at Konami
- Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night will take about 10 hours to complete, and will offer 1,600 separate gameplay screens
- the fan reaction to Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon has been 'really positive'

There's a lot more in the full interview, so make sure to click over and give it a read!

Inazuma Eleven Ares - newest Eleven Band toys revealed

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The latest round of Eleven Band toys for Inazuma Eleven Ares have been revealed. These tie into the upcoming game and let you transfer some data from the band to the game, and the game to the band. I have to say, these bands are pretty damn cool looking. I love the little character displays!

Fortnite - patch being distributed to fix issue with tournaments

No downtime needed for this patch, but still one you'll have to grab if you want to get in the game. Looks like there was an issue with tournaments, but those have been worked out.

The Room - launch trailer

The Room is a physical puzzler wrapped inside a mystery game where you are transported into a unique space that blends stunning visuals with intriguing problems to solve. A mysterious invitation leads to the attic of an abandoned house. In the room is a cast-iron safe laced with strange carvings and on top, a note from your distant companion. It promises something ancient and astonishing concealed in the iron chamber - you need only find a way in.​

The Room has been rebuilt from the ground up specifically for Nintendo Switch to utilise both the touch screen and the Joy-Con controllers. Use the intuitive touch screen controls to solve puzzles in handheld mode or utilise the Joy-Con controllers in newly implemented motion control in TV mode.

First released in September 2012, The Room swiftly climbed the charts and reached #1 in over 60 countries. It has won multiple awards including ‘iPad Game of the Year 2012’ from Apple, the BAFTA for British Game and the GDC Award for Best Handheld/Mobile Game. Players can now experience The Room for the first time on console, exclusively on Nintendo Switch.

Thanks to Sligeach_eire for the heads up!

Diablo III: Eternal Collection dated for Japan, cover art revealed, new trailer

Blizzard Entertainment has revealed that Diablo III: Eternal Collection will launch for the Switch in Japan on Dec. 27th, 2018, and is priced at ¥7,538. As of right now, it seems only the regular edition will be making it to Japan.

Deru: The Art of Cooperation hitting Switch in Japan on Nov. 7th, 2018

Earlier this week, Deru: The Art of Cooperation was announced for release on Switch in North America/Europe on Nov. 7th, 2018. Now we know that the game is going to see release in Japan on the same day as well. Deru: The Art of Cooperation is priced at $15.

Famitsu most wanted - Oct. 4th to 10th, 2018

The interest in Smash Bros. Ultimate is hitting a fevered-pitch. Launching even sooner than that is Pokemon: Let's Go Pikachu/Eevee, which is lagging a bit lower on the list. It's going to be very interesting to see how well that title does when it finally releases.

3. Smash Bros. Utlimate (Switch) - 629
5. Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth (3DS) - 469
8. Shin Megami Tensei V (Switch) - 286
14. Pocket Monsters: Let’s Go! Pikachu/Eevee (Switch) - 239
16. Bayonetta 3 (Switch) - 223
17. Fire Emblem: Fuuka Setsugetsu (Switch) - 220
21. Dragon Quest XI: Sugisarishi Toki o Motomete S (Switch) - 188
22. Dragon Quest Builders 2: Hakaishin Shidoo to Karappo no Shima (Switch) - 175
27. Doubutsu no Mori (Switch) - 124
28. Luigi Mansion (3DS) - 123
35. Yokai Watch 4 (Switch) - below 113