Switch eShop charts - March 24th, 2018

1. Kirby Star Allies
2. Human: Fall Flat
3. Arcade Archives Vs. Super Mario Bros.
4. Stardew Valley
5. Rocket League
6. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
7. Enter the Gungeon
8. Splatoon 2
9. Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition
10. Overcooked: Special Edition
11. Super Mario Odyssey
12. Zelda: Breath of the Wild
13. Celeste
14. I Am Setsuna
15. Bayonetta
16. Bayonetta 2
17. NBA 2K18
18. Darkest Dungeon
19. Sonic Mania
20. Snipperclips

PixelJunk Monsters 2 - gameplay footage

In the acclaimed tower defense series’ first ever official sequel, play as Tikiman and build towers to defend your Tiki Hut from the monster hordes. The sequel brings with it four player online co-op, new and sometimes quite explosive fruit bombs and on top
of that the game has been fully re-imagined in beautifully detailed 3D. Get ready to defend your Chibis again in this fun and addictive game for all the family.

Shenmue III director says "nothing is planned for the moment" when asked about a Switch version

Would you like a game of lucky hit?

I was sooooooo pumped for Shenmue came out for Dreamcast. While it didn't quite hit the heights I was expecting, I still really loved it for what it was. As a matter of fact, I loved it so much that I bought an Xbox just to get the sequel. Now all these years later, a third entry is in the works. Could there be any chance of it coming to Switch?

The gang at Gameblog had that very question, so they reached out to Shenmue 3 director Yu Suzuki about the possibility. Here's the full exchange between the two. Make of it what you will.

Gameblog: When Shenmue III was announced back in 2015, it was slated for PS4 and PC. Since then, the Switch was released – it’s a hit and players ask for every game on Switch. Is it possible, and not necessarily in 2018, for Shenmue III to be released on Switch?”

Suzuki: It’s classified information (laughs).

(Gameblog started to ask their next question when Yu Suzuki interrupted)

Suzuki: Excuse me, wait a second. Regarding Switch, I would like to say that nothing is planned for the moment.

Splatoon 2 - Zink Mini Splatling + Octo Expansion Outfit footage

The Zink Mini Splatling has the same stats as the Mini Splatling but comes with a unique look. This kit also contains Curling Bombs (which allows you to quickly reach the front lines) and the Ink Storm special (which helps with your team’s mobility). With this delightful combination, it’s a good kit for those more mobile-minded Splatling users.

OPUS: Rocket of Whispers - more footage

Rocket of Whispers takes place in a distant world that was brought to its knees by an apocalyptic plague. Earthbound spirits now wander the ruins of their homeland, unable to move on to the afterlife. The story centers around John, the son of a rocket engineer, and Fei, a witch who awoke from twenty years of cryogenic sleep. Together, they must gather what little material they can find to build a rocket, and launch a space burial to return the wandering souls to their final resting place.

A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher - more footage

A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher is the only split-screen single player twin stick risk 'em up in which your score is meaningless unless you exist. You control two ships simultaneously. Destroy the left to earn points, while recovering resources on the right to multiply those points. The left side does not take damage. The right side does. Above all you must extract with your score. Playing until death will not only wipe your score it will wipe your leaderboard position as well, yes, across all Tiers.

NO THING - more footage

The year is 1994 and it is the future. NO THING is a minimalistic surreal action game set in a totalitarian regime of future. Tells the story of an office clerk who is sent with an important message to the Queen of Ice.

IGN Video - Flipping Death is Funny and a Whole Lot of Fun

Welcome to Flatwood Peaks, a small whimsical town with a problem – death is on vacation. Help the ghosts with their curious problems while also solving the mystery surrounding your own demise in this new puzzling adventure from Zoink Games.

RollerCoaster Tycoon Switch - off-screen gameplay footage and dev interview

I've never played a single game in this entire franchise, so I have no idea if this looks good or bad. I do know people take the franchise very seriously, so I'd be interested in hearing what some fans have to say!

Thanks to AwesomeplatterFan for the heads up!

D/Generation HD coming to Switch in North America on March 27th, 2018 - file size, screens

The year is 2021, and Genoq has become a leading corporation in bio-medical research. However the tower, some 90 stories high, is not all that it seems. Somewhere within the tower, highly illegal bio-weapons research has been conducted in secret. June 26th, disaster strikes and the lethal organic weapons have escaped and threaten not only the staff members stranded in the tower, but the world itself.

You arrive on the 80th floor with an urgent package addressed to Derrida, the lead scientist at Genoq working on the bio-weapons research. Set back from your goal, you must climb the tower, assisting those in need or focusing solely on your task at hand, and stopping the virus from escaping the tower and threatening all life on the planet.

Will you help the stranded survivors or hinder them? Can you deliver the package to Derrida in time? Can you prevent the impending catastrophe and escape with your life?

Key Features

New high res graphics
New music by Mark 'TDK' Knight
New control menu
Can save at any point in the game
Same great gameplay