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TalkBack / Other News Items From The Nintendo Direct
« on: Yesterday at 09:24:00 AM »

A lot of headline material in here.

Other quick news items from the Nintendo Direct today:

  • The first pack of Doom Eternal's DLC, "The Ancient Gods", is available for download now, as well as third person co-op shooter of the 1930s Strange Brigade.
  • The first part of the Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Expansion Pass will launch this Friday and includes a playable Guardian, new weapons including the Master Cycle, and lab challenges.
  • Multiplayer strategy game Worms Rumble will be out June 23, and will have a free costume for its first two weeks of sale.
  • Footage of the Switch version of Tony Hawk 1+2 was shown along with its release on June 25
  • Mario Golf: Super Rush will have free post-launch updates including New Donk City as a Speed Golf course and unnamed additional characters.
  • The Life Is Strange series of adventure games will come to Switch in its entirety before the end of the year, as Life Is Strange: True Colors launches on September 10 (day and date with its release on other consoles) and the first two games in the series will be remastered for Switch later in 2021.
  • Arcade racer Cruis'n Blast will release as a console exclusive on Switch this fall, a quarter century after Cruis'n USA was a launch title for the Nintendo 64.
  • A version of early 2020 RPG Dragon Ball Z: Kakkarot will release on September 24, along with two parts of the "New Power Awakens" DLC.
  • Sidescrolling RPG Astria Ascending, which features talent from Final Fantasy in both story (Kazushige Nojima from 10 and 7 Remake) and music (12 composer Hitoshi Sakimoto) will release on September 30.
  • As revealed yesterday, Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania is coming to Switch October 5 - and it was revealed to be a remastered version of the first two Super Monkey Ball games from the GameCube.
  • A cloud version of Eidos Montreal's Guardians of the Galaxy action RPG will release on Switch October 26.
  • New footage was shown for Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope and Monster Hunter Stories 2.
  • The Japanese version of the direct featured new games in the Tokimeki Memorial (dating sim) and Super Robot Wars (crossover strategy game with all of the mechs) franchises.

TalkBack / Fatal Frame V Returning On Switch Later This Year
« on: Yesterday at 08:47:00 AM »

Seems like a good target for Halloween.

The newest Wii U refugee is one of its spookiest.

Fatal Frame V: Maiden of Black Water, originally released on Wii U in 2015, will come to Switch "later this year" according to the Nintendo Direct. No details were given about additional features, nor if the "demo and downloadable content purchase" plan from its original North American release in 2015 will be retained.

Although the original version was published by Nintendo, this re-release will be published by original series owners Koei Tecmo and will be available on all currently active platforms.

TalkBack / Sequel To Breath Of The Wild Coming In 2022
« on: Yesterday at 08:41:00 AM »

Did Link just jump through the ceiling?

The still-unnamed sequel to Breath of the Wild is going to take to the skies - next year.

The last item in today's Nintendo Direct was the first footage of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's followup. Gameplay footage involved Link flying through the sky, using a flamethrower, and leaping into a ceiling.

At the end, a title card confirmed only a "2022" release date.

TalkBack / Advance Wars Returning In 1+2 Re-Boot Camp December 3
« on: Yesterday at 08:37:00 AM »

This wasn't the set of strategy remakes most expected from Intelligent Systems...

The Advance Wars series is returning after more than a decade.

Advance Wars 1+2 Re-Boot Camp is a remastered version of the original GBA Advance Wars as well as Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising. It will launch on Switch December 3 with preorders opening today.


Finally, our despair is over.

One of the most intense adventure series of the last decade is finally coming to Switch.

"Danganronpa Decadence" is a compilation of the three killing game-focused adventures released in the West between 2014 and 2017, plus an expanded version of the "Danganronpa S" board game featured in Danganronpa V3.

The four games will be sold in a pack later this year, and also individually on the eShop.


It's always Tokyo high school students.

Shin Megami Tensei V will form a pair of monster subjugation titles this fall.

As confirmed by a prior website link, SMT V will launch on November 12 with physical preorders on June 21. The game will continue to use a turn-based battle system but will feature full 3d world movement.

TalkBack / Metroid Dread Announced, Launching October 8
« on: Yesterday at 08:16:00 AM »

Finally, we've moved on from Fusion.

Metroid Prime 4 won't be the first Metroid on Switch.

Metroid Dread has been revealed as a side scrolling action game in which Samus uses the traditional wall climbing abilities and melee to fight off aliens and a white robot.

It will release on October 8, and will launch along a themed pair of Amiibo with Samus and the robot EMMI.


What - and we cannot emphasize this enough - the **** is up with that last one?

Limited Run Games held their annual tribute to the physical game today with multiple game reveals - both for new limited physical releases and brand new games.

New Games

  • BloodRayne Betrayal: First Bites is a 2D action platformer set in the nearly two-decade old vampire series, which will feature the vocal talents of Laura Bailey (Rayne) and Troy Baker (Kagan). Originally released on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2011, the original game and remaster were both created by WayForward.
  • WayForward also announced a prequel and sequel for River City Girls: River City Girls Zero is an origin story for the girls, while River City Girls 2 is a sequel to the original 2019 release.
  • After being inadvertently leaked for Switch release by Nintendo a few months ago, Republique was announced as an Anniversary Edition. The originally episodic game will come in one package for Switch. (Nintendo World Report founder Billy Berghammer worked on the original game's crowdfunding.)
  • Following their releases of Night Trap and Double Switch, Limited Run's latest full-motion video revival is Plumbers Don't Wear Ties. Widely considered one of the worst video games ever created, it is perhaps the most infamous release on the 3D0 platform.

Known Games With New Physical Releases

Preorders will be opening throughout the next few months for the following previously released or announced Switch games:

  • Axiom Verge 2
  • Contra Anniversary Collection
  • Double Dragon and Kunio-Kun Retro Brawler Bundle
  • DUSK
  • Going Under
  • Haven
  • Huntdown
  • One Step From Eden
  • RetroMania Wrestling
  • RWBY: Grimm Eclipse
  • SkateBIRD
  • Strife: Veteran Edition
  • The Takeover
  • Zombies Ate My Neighbors + Ghoul Patrol

Huntdown is available for preorder now, and the Zombies+Ghoul Patrol pack will be live on Friday per a countdown on the company's website.


For Nintendo fans, it was exactly what was promised.

Capcom's summer showcase has detailed new announcements for the three promised games: Monster Hunter Stories 2, Monster Hunter Rise, and The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles.

For Stories 2, a new story trailer was shown and a demo similar to the original's was announced. The demo will release on June 25, and as in the original the demo's progress will carry through to the final game. Post launch content was also confirmed to be added, with the first item - the egg of a Monster Hunter Rise Palamute - being sent on July 15 (six days after launch).

Monster Hunter Rise laid out the 3.1 update (launching June 24), which will include some crossovers with Stories 2 as well as new event quests.

Finally, we had a new trailer for The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles which details the game's court system - which will include jury trials that literally have to tip "scales of justice".

TalkBack / Leaked Box Art Suggests New Super Monkey Ball Title?
« on: June 14, 2021, 01:08:13 PM »

It's got some elements of the GameCube original, heads up.

Boxart and screens for what appear to be a new Super Monkey are circulating around the internet.

Twitter user @NilsAhrDE first posted boxart for a Switch and PS5 version of what is called "Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania". Screenshots are posted as a reply.

NintendoLife video producer Jon Cartwright also confirmed the validity of the leak and advised features from the 2001 GameCube original are present in the game. At this time, Sega has not commented.

TalkBack / Watch the E3 Nintendo Direct live with the NWR Staff
« on: June 14, 2021, 08:19:00 AM »

It could be mildly controlled chaos when we all scream as Star Fox Grand Prix is announced.

Tomorrow, members of the NWR Staff will be watching the E3 Nintendo Direct LIVE as it airs on the Nintendo World Report Twitch Channel. The Direct begins at 12pm Eastern / 9AM Pacific, and we'll be starting our stream around 30 minutes before.

Stop by to get our last minute predictions, live reactions, and immediate thoughts afterwards on everything in Nintendo's E3 showcase! Feel free to join us in the Twitch chat for the chance to ask any questions you may have for us or to just enjoy watching with us. We hope to see you there!

TalkBack / XSEED To Punch Into Switch With Knockout Home Fitness
« on: June 14, 2021, 05:42:11 AM »

Adding to the burgeoning "violent fitness game" genre.

XSEED is picking up a fitness game from Japan for this fall.

Knockout Home Fitness has been confirmed for a fall 2021 release. The exercise title mixes in martial arts and boxing as part of an exercise program, which can be focused on different goals and portions of the body (full body, upper body, lower body, abdominals). Four virtual trainers will also be available.

The game was originally released as "Finc Home Fitness" in October 2020 in Japan.

TalkBack / Nintendo Sales Panic: May 2021 US NPD Group Results
« on: June 14, 2021, 05:30:00 AM »

They say it takes a village.

US sales were incredibly tall in May, but Nintendo still held on for a hardware win in the US NPD sales survey.

All rankings based on dollar sales from May 2 - 29 unless indicated: Nintendo titles are not counted digitally but most third party titles are.

The Switch has now been the top selling console in the United States for 30 consecutive months, as it topped both the revenue and unit charts in May. No figures were quoted, aside from overall game hardware being up 5% overall (likely due to the presence of two new systems with higher selling prices). The Switch is likely down year-over-year.

For software, New Pokemon Snap was the top selling Nintendo title of the period and slipped from 3rd to 5th in the chart due to the addition of Resident Evil Village and Mass Effect Legendary Edition. Other Nintendo published titles in the top 20: Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (7th), Animal Crossing New Horizons (9th), Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury (13th), Super Smash Bros Ultimate (14th), The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (19th), and Pokemon Sword/Shield (20th). Other Switch titles in the top 20: Mortal Kombat 11 (6th), Minecraft (10th), and Monster Hunter Rise (18th).

Nintendo's retail release of the month was Miitopia, which did not chart in the top 20 but did make the Switch top 10. Although it can't be determined, it is worth mentioning the game was a slightly reduced MSRP for Nintendo ($50). The top 10 list for Switch:

  1. New Pokemon Snap
  2. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
  3. Animal Crossing: New Horizons
  4. Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury
  5. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
  6. Monster Hunter Rise (Capcom)
  7. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
  8. Pokemon Sword/Shield
  9. Miitopia
  10. Super Mario Party

TalkBack / Nintendo Downloads - June 17, 2021
« on: June 14, 2021, 04:00:00 AM »

For once, Donald added fifty game pages on a weekend and a quarter of them end up in here.


Since apparently everyone is getting out of the way of Tuesday's Direct and the sale that's going to follow it, this is a positively New Year's list - in that it's got very little on it. Unless there's an absolute boatload of shadowdrops Tuesday. Or Sunday, given that Minute of Islands came out in between the writing of this piece and the publication.

I guess the big one in terms of price (if nothing else) is Bakumatsu Renka Shinsengumi, in that burgeoning "otome set in 1860s Japan" genre, or the moderately appealing 7 Years From Now. Bear's Restaurant should not be confused with the Bear and Breakfast game that got revealed this past weekend, either.

North America

Switch eShop

Bakumatsu Renka Shinsengumi (US$49.99/C$66.49)

Minute of Island ($19.99/$26.59: Sunday)

Metal Unit ($15.99/$21.27)

Bear's Restaurant ($12.99/$16.99: Friday)

7 Years From Now ($9.99/$13.29)

Aquatic Rampage ($9.99/$15.00: Saturday)

Idol Days ($7.99/$10.63)

Rotund Takeoff ($7.99/$8.99)

Together ($6.99/$9.30: Wednesday)

Rangerdog ($5.99/$7.97)

Luciform ($4.99/$6.64)

Cannon Army ($3.99/$5.99: Friday)

Sales and Price Drops

Highlights: Nintendo's "Digital Deals" begin following the Direct tomorrow. PSPrices, DekuDeals, @eShopNotifier


Bakumatsu Renka Shinsengumi (€49.99/£44.99)

The Sisters: Party of the Year (€39.99/£34.99: Wednesday)

32 Secs (€25/£22.49)

Minute of Island (€19.99/£19.99: Sunday)

Bear's Restaurant (€12.99/£11.99)

Metal Unit (€12.19/£10.99)

Aquatic Rampage (€9.99/£9.99: Saturday)

7 Years From Now (€9.99/£7.99)

Plastic Rebellion (€7.99/£7.19: Wednesday)

Together (€6.99/£6.29: Wednesday)

Idol Days (€6.59/£5.89)

Rotund Takeoff (€6.59/£5.79)

Cross The Moon (€4.99/£4.99: Friday)

Puzzle Box 3-in-1 (€4.99/£4.49: Tuesday)

Side B (€4.99/£4.49: Wednesday)

Rangerdog (€4.99/£4.49)

Luciform (€4.19/£3.79)

Cannon Army (€3.99/£3.59: Friday)


Bakumatsu Renka Shinsengumi (¥4800)

Space Invaders Forever (¥4180)

32 Secs (¥3150)

Demon Crystal 4 (¥1990)

Metal Unit (¥1600)

Bear's Restaurant (¥1500)

Rotund Takeoff (¥820)

Idol Days (¥800)

Nerved (¥800)

League of Champions Soccer (¥799)

Rangerdog (¥600)

Slither Loop (¥500)

Zombie Raid (¥399)

TalkBack / New Games And Release Dates Shown In Future Games Show
« on: June 13, 2021, 05:00:00 PM »

The last show of a high-octane weekend.

Sunday's final video presentation was the Future Games Show, which unveiled the following for Switch:

  • Eldest Souls, the action adventure title announced last year, received a release date of July 29.
  • Doug Cockle (Witcher 3) will be the narrator for side scrolling adventure RPG Tails of Iron, coming to Switch later this year.
  • A new stage (Tropical Resort Act 2) was shown for Sonic Colors Ultimate (September 7).
  • After an appearance at the PC Gaming Show, black-and-white swimming game Silt was confirmed for Switch release in early 2022. Notably, Silt's swimmer can possess sea life in order to escape tight spots.
  • Merge Games will publish DeathRun TV, a "game show roguelike" that rewards likes for kills. No release date was given, but the "pilot episode" can be played on Steam now.
  • A Tale of Paper (originally launched last October on PS4) is a puzzle platformer with a character made out paper who can transform itself by origami to solve puzzles. It will launch before the end of the year.
  • Gestalt: Steam and Cinder announced a Q4 2021 release: you can check out Neal's preview here
  • Dice based city builder Dice Legacy reiterated a summer 2021 launch.
  • The subversive side scroller Happy Game is set to launch in fall.
  • Minute of Islands, the side scrolling adventure mysteriously delayed back in March, is out on the eShop now.
  • Overcooked: All You Can Eat will receive a "Happy Birthday" update on August 9.
  • New footage was shown for OlliOlli World, which included plane shifting, grabs, and right-to-left skating.
  • An XSEED reel confirmed Akiba's Trip: Hellbound and Debriefed for July 22, Shadowverse: Champions Battle August 10, and Rune Factory 5 was delayed to "early 2022".
  • New footage and dev chat was shown for Two Point Campus.
  • Mystery adventure Conway: Disappearance at Dahliaview will be out this autumn.


Hey, we take 'em where we can get 'em.

Despite the name, there were actually a few Switch announcements at the 2021 PC Gaming Show.

  • Dodgeball Academia (published by Humble Bundle) is a game that combines dodgeball with RPG elements, including special throws and HP meters. It will be out in "2021".
  • Humble will also publish Next Space Rebels, a rocket building sim in which the goal is not only to get into space, but get all kinds of social media love for it. It's due in fall 2021.
  • A new trailer was shown for Vampire: The Masquerade - Swansong, an RPG set in the World of Darkness tabletop universe with three vampires who have different abilities after being turned. It is slated for 2021: it was previously announced for Q1 of this year.
  • FAR: Changing Tides, the follow-up to FAR: Lone Sails (2019), was revealed: it is slated for "late 2021".
  • A Switch version of PC party game Lumberhill will be released in Q4: it's a high-speed construction game with both online co-op and PVP modes.


The follow-up to one of 2019's most disturbing titles is the rare PS5/XBSeries/Switch game.

One of the games announced at Microsoft's showcase today was later confirmed for Switch release along with the obligatory Xbox Series and PlayStation 5 release.

Publisher Focus Home Interactive have announced A Plague Tale: Requiem, the sequel to 2019 horror adventure A Plague Tale: Innocence, would release on Switch in 2022 by way of a cloud version. It was confirmed in the small print of the game's reveal trailer.

The original Plague Tale: Innocence (2019, PS4/XB1/PC) was developed by Asobo Interactive and stars a young woman named Amicia who has to guide her brother Hugo out of a city that has fallen victim to a plague of rats. Neither Amicia nor Hugo can fight traditionally, necessitating stealth to get through the areas.

TalkBack / Resurrection Of Diablo II To Complete On September 23
« on: June 13, 2021, 09:54:22 AM »

The devil, you say?

The resurrection of Diablo II will be complete very early in  the fall.

At Microsoft's summer showcase, Activision Blizzard confirmed that the remaster of Diablo II will release on September 23 - for all platforms. Previously only a release year (2021) was given.

The trailer also confirmed cross-progression for all consoles and 8 player online co-op.


...we're going to have a few words with Ms. Struthers about that last one.

Devolver Digital's latest skewering of game industry trends also featured a couple of new Switch announcements.

The publisher is releasing the latest game from Doinksoft, the makers of Gato Roboto - known as Demon Throttle, the 8-bit retro shooter is only available physically through a partnership with Special Reserve Games. The order link can be found here: note that as of press time, the store has a queue set up which is claiming more than 2 hour wait times. Preorders will be open until October 13, with shipment expected in early 2022 and a price of US$39.99.

Also announced for Switch in 2022 was Wizard With A Gun, a co-op survival game with online play starring wizards who can craft magical bullets. The wizards can be customized, but the worlds will be randomly generated.


The three constants of Ubi: A toxic work environment, leaks, and Just Dance.

The worst kept secret of the weekend is now official.

Ubisoft have revealed Mario + Rabbits: Sparks of Hope at their Ubisoft Forward presentation today. The sequel to the 2017 strategy game will add Rabbid versions of Rosalina and Luma, befitting its new intergalactic setting as Mario characters team up with Rabbids to save "Sparks" hidden around the galaxy. You can watch the gameplay and cinematic trailers below.

Just Dance 2022, the twelfth title in the popular dancing series, will also come to Switch on November 4. It will feature 40 new songs, including a new version of "Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels" by Todrick Hall written specifically for the game. For the second year in a row, Just Dance will skip the Wii.


Almost coming faster than we can write them up.

The second show of the day was the Wholesome Direct, with the following announcements for Switch:

  • Kitten farming simulator Snacko added a Switch version and will launch next year.
  • Skatebird will feature optional simplified controls for accessibility when it launches on (as previously annunced) August 12.
  • Here Comes Niko, a "3D platformer for tired people", announced a Switch version - no release date is available.
  • Mythic Ocean, an adventure game set under the sea, was revealed for Switch as well.
  • "Lo-fi" narrative adventure Button City will be out later this year.
  • Letter writing game "Letters", in which you fill in the blanks of the notes with your own personality, will be out on Switch.
  • Beasts of Maravilla Island, the photography sim shown last week at the Guerrilla Collective, is available now in North America.
  • Puzzle platformer Hoa confirmed a release date of August 21.
  • Bird mail game KeyWe showed a new trailer and an August 31 launch date.
  • Dordogne is an adventure about rebuilding memories of childhood summers, and will be out later this year.
  • Repair an airship in a silent town in Tasomachi: Behind the Twilight, published by Playism and coming in 2021.
  • Dinosaur village simulator Amber Isle was revealed for Switch with no release date.
  • Turn a rundown shack into a bed and breakfast - as a bear - in Bear and Breakfast, which does not have a release date.
  • The newest game from The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild (Tumblestone) is Freshly Frosted, a puzzle game centered around a donut factory. It will be out sometime this year.
  • The wholesome adventure game Kokopa's Atlas was shown off and will come to Switch (no date given).
  • Non-violent deckbuilder KreatureKind will be out in "2021, probably" according to the developer Valiant Games.
  • Studio Elan revealed their project Please Be Happy, about a fox-girl who tries to discover herself, will come out on Switch in 2021.
  • 3D action RPG Rainbow Billy: Curse of the Leviathan sees Billy and his companion try to restore color to an island rendered monochrome by a leviathan. There was no date provided.
  • Due this summer, Seasonspree is a life sim centered around a character who can change the seasons by walking.
  • The Magnificent Trufflepigs is a first person treasure hunting game set in a small English village, coming to Switch soon and featuring the voice talents of Arthur Darvil (Doctor Who, Legends of Tomorrow)
  • Witchery Academy, a life sim set in the titular school of magic, is reported as "coming soon".
  • Magical adventure Woodo showed a new trailer.


How can I hold... er, play... all these games?

Announcements continued to pour in for Switch at the second Guerrilla Collective show and its companion, the Wholesome Direct.

  • Thunderful revealed "hack and splash" platformer Firegirl, starring a young firefighter who has to recruit and rescue citizens of their city in order to put out fires. Thunderful later confirmed a fall release date.
  • Batora: Lost Haven is a 3D action game that offers multiple paths through the story and a "karma" system that is impacted by character choice. No release date was given.
  • The crowdfunded action slasher Hunt the Night was announced for Switch release from Moonlight Games, with no release date listed.
  • Bullet hell RPG Archvale, announced last summer, showed a new trailer and a "2021" release.
  • Ghostrunner, the first person runner from All In Games which released last year on Switch, will get a physical release on June 30.
  • Fabraz's Demon Turf showed a new trailer and still confirmed a target date of later this year.
  • Overhead hack and slash game Arietta of Spirits announced a release window of this summer.
  • 90s themed isometric adventure Serial Cleaners from Draw_Distance is targeting "later this year".
  • Raji: An Ancient Epic will receive an "Enchanted Edition" in the fourth quarter of 2021 with new features.
  • tinyBuild showed a new trailer for Trash Sailors showing off the game's combat, and indicated it's "coming soon".
  • Retro styled platformer Kitsune Tails announced a Switch version for their game, which will be live on Kickstarter before the end of the year for a Q1 2022 release.
  • Arcade Paradise from Wired Productions, a game which involves literally running an arcade that was originally a laundromat, will be out later this year and feature voicework by Doug Cockle (Geralt of Rivia from The Witcher 3).

The full Switch rundown of the Wholesome Direct can be found here.


The former of those announcements quite literally blew the news desk away.

IGN's seventy minute game showcase held earlier today featured multiple announcements and release dates for Switch project, including one thought to be impossible.

  • Romance horror Doki Doki Literature Club had a "plus" version announced for Switch with a release date of June 30. A physical version will also be sold for US$29.99 from the online store of publisher Serenity Forge. Originally launched in 2018 on Steam and requiring multiple manipulations of files on the PC to complete, the "Plus" version will add new story elements and endings.
  • Skatebird, the avian extreme sports game which debuted in the December 2019 Indie World show, received a release date of August 12.
  • A new gameplay trailer was shown for OlliOlli World, which is still slated for winter after being announced in the first Indie World of 2021.
  • Action RPG Death's Gambit will make its debut on Switch in an "Afterlife" edition, which will add several new bosses and ten new levels to the original PC release.
  • Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions, the boxing title based on the Rocky film franchise, was dated for September 3.
  • Roman murder mystery The Forgotten City, an expanded version of a mod for Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, will release on Switch July 28 from developer Modern Storyteller.
  • Also coming July 28 is Unbound: Worlds Apart, a fantastical game of exploration with a mage who can manipulate portals to other worlds and time.
  • Point and click puzzle game Unpacking will tell a story of organization in 2021. It is developed by Witch Beam (Assault Android Cactus+).


You can thank the home office and Nintendo Spain for Saber Interactive's next mega-project.

The head of the studio behind Kingdom Come: Deliverance admitted in an interview today that a pair of Nintendo errors led to them attempting to port the 2018 RPG to Switch.

As part of the Deep Silver / Koch Media showcase today, Warhorse Studio's Tobias Stolz-Zwilling mentioned the first error was a listing on the Japanese-language Nintendo website for the RPG, but they didn't take action on it at that point. After Kingdom Come was erroneously listed on a (since deleted) Nintendo of Spain promotion of open world games, Warhorse approached their sister studio (by way of recent acquisition) Saber Interactive to inquire about the possibility of porting the game.

No additional information was provided about the Switch version of KC:D, such as a targeted release date.


That's an awfully big number to be throwing around, Nintendo.

Some brief items from Nintendo heading into Tuesday's Direct:

  • Although not announced with the game, there is a demo for today's release of Game Builder Garage. The demo covers the entire first lesson of the game.
  • Nintendo of America have announced their annual June mega-sale will kick off on Tuesday at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT (following the Nintendo Direct). The "Digital Deals" will be up to 50% off, though it will not be known until the sale is live if this includes first party titles or is focused on 3rd parties that will be included.

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