Archive for June, 2018

Nintendo Of Canada Drops Price Of Nintendo Switch To $379.99!

Just in time for the end of school and to kick-off the summer travel season, Nintendo of Canada Limited announced today that the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the Nintendo Switch™ system in Canada will now be $379.99, a reduction from the previous MSRP of $399.99.

This pricing change takes effect immediately at most Canadian retailers, including Walmart, Best Buy, EB Games, London Drugs, Toys R Us, Shoppers Drug Mart, The Source and

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Flying Tiger’s Johnny Turbo’s Arcade Releasing The 1990’s Classic, Two Crude For Nintendo Switch!

Los Angeles, CA – June 29th,  2018 – Flying Tiger Entertainment presents the Japanese arcade hit, Two Crude, the seventh action game release from Johnny Turbo’s Arcade, featuring classics by Data East™.

Launching on July 5th, 2018 for $7.99 in North America. Pre­-order today for $6.99! Coming soon in selected European territories.

Two Crude is the sequel to the original 90’s Beat ‘Em Up arcade game, Bad Dudes. With 2-player simultaneous co-op action, Two Crude dudes are on a mission to save their city.

The year is 2020. The once grand New York City has been leveled by a series of nuclear explosions. Now declared a “Nuclear Zone,” no one can enter and no one can leave. The city is near total destruction.

High atop the wasting skyline, one skyscraper remains. Inside, a diabolical mad scientist has begun genetically modifying the masses, turning them into mutant killing machines. Loaded up with advanced weapons, their goal is to take control of the ruined metropolis, crushing anyone who stands in their way.

The government’s last hope is with Two Crude dudes.

Two Crude: Brawl humans, mutants and cyborgs to regain control of the Big Apple before the city is destroyed forever.

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Blade Strangers Hits Nintendo Switch On August 28th!

SANTA ANA, California, June 28, 2018 — Nicalis, Inc. today confirmed that the anticipated release of the all-new fighting game Blade Strangers is set for August 28, 2018 on Nintendo SwitchTM, PlayStation®4 and Steam (as well as arcade game centers in Japan). The indie crossover brawler developed by Studio Saizensen embraces a traditional and streamlined four-button control scheme that offers accessible inputs for beginner players, while still providing advanced players with endless opportunities to discover new tactics as they hone their skills.

Blade Strangers combines the excitement and subtle dynamics of a classic one-on-one fighting game with the polish and high-quality visuals expected from a current-gen contender. The game will arrive feature-rich at launch, complete with a wide variety of online and offline gameplay modes and additional offerings including:

  • Story Mode – experience each character’s unique story
  • Arcade Mode – pick a character and win matches to advance
  • Challenge Mode – complete various skill challenges for each of the characters
  • Survival Mode – battle against a barrage of CPU-controlled opponents
  • Versus Mode – fight against friends or the CPU (with “standby” option)
  • Online Modes – create or search for rooms and engage in Stealth, Casual or League matches
  • Tutorial – for new players to learn the basics
  • Training – practice moves and combos to hone skills (with “standby” option)
  • Other Features – online leaderboards, screen view and control customization, player profiles, stat tracking, unlockable items (character colors, portraits, special titles)

Other Features – online leaderboards, screen view and control customization, player profiles, stat tracking, unlockable items (character colors, portraits, special titles)
The diverse roster in Blade Strangers includes unique characters from different backgrounds, headlined by Quote and Curly Brace (from Cave Story+), Isaac (from The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+), Solange, Ali, Liongate and Master T (from Code of Princess EX) and Kawase, Noko and Emiko (from the Umihara Kawase series). The 14-character launch roster also features indie superstars Shovel Knight and Gunvolt as special guests, plus new characters Lina and Helen who are appearing in a video game for the first time ever.

Blade Strangers is rated “T for Teen” by the ESRB and will be available digitally and physically for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 and digitally on the Steam platform on August 28, 2018 for $39.99 MSRP. For a limited time, launch copies of the physical versions will also include surprise bonus goodies inside the package.

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Dream Alone Creeps Onto Nintendo Switch!

WARSAW, Poland – June 28, 2018 – Dream Alone, the macabre 2D puzzle platformer from Fat Dog Games and WarSaw Games where players can manipulate reality, is out today on Nintendo Switch and Steam for PC. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions will follow in Q4 2018.

Skillfully avoid traps and monsters lurking in the darkness and face challenging boss battles over the course of Dream Alone’s frightening levels. Swap between hellish alternate realities to look for hidden paths or slow down time and create clones to overcome formidable obstacles.

Dream Alone is a grim fairy tale in which a mysterious illness creeps through a once pleasant village, sending its unfortunate inhabitants into a deep coma. A small boy whose parents have fallen victim to the disease must venture into the dark unknown of whispering woods, ghost towns and howling caves to seek out the mythical sorceress Lady Death, his only hope of finding a cure for this wicked plague.

Inspired by classic, silent black and white German expressionist films, Dream Alone illustrates a haunting world through the grayscale camera lens of these old-school horror favorites. Chilling sounds from the award-winning Dream Alone composer, Paweł ‘Fleczer’ Flanc, complete the experience with dark, hauntingly beautiful tunes that will cause one to think twice about turning off the lights.

“We wanted to capture the atmosphere of classic horror, and the Fleczer’s music instantly transports players into the game,” said Darek Skrzypkowski, CEO, Fat Dog Games. “Dream Alone is a fairy tale for players to take part in, with mysteries to uncover in the grand tradition of folklore.”

For more information, please visit Dream Alone’s official website and follow the game on Twitter and Facebook.

Dream Alone is currently available on Nintendo Switch as well as PC via Steam for $9.99 USD and supports English with subtitles available in French, Italian, German, Spanish, Polish and Japanese.

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Fill-a-Pix: Phil’s Epic Adventure – Comes to Nintendo Switch with Free Playable Demo!

Staffordshire, UK – Lightwood Games is proud to introduce its newest picture puzzle game on Nintendo Switch – with a free playable demo!

The trial version of Fill-a-Pix: Phil’s Epic Adventure is available on the Nintendo eShop from Thursday June 28th, allowing players to sample this type of picture puzzle – a Japanese favourite – ahead of its release.

Fill-a-Pix: Phil’s Epic Adventure is the newest picture logic puzzle from the makers of Pic-a-Pix Deluxe, the popular full-colour picross game which was released earlier this year.

Developed by Lightwood Games and featuring puzzles by Conceptis, it introduces a brand new style – and scale – of picture puzzle to Nintendo Switch users.

The game’s narrator, Phil, invites players to assist him in developing photographs taken on his travel adventures. His not-so-instant camera has captured pictures in the form of logic puzzles!

The solutions are stunning pixel-art photos from around the world, ranging from small introductory pictures to massive landscapes with more than 6,000 pixels to fill in!

Often described as a mix of minesweeper and picross, Fill-a-Pix has only one rule. Each clue number shows how many squares in a block of nine – the clue itself, plus the eight squares around
it – should be filled in black.

A full interactive tutorial is also included to make sure players understand all the techniques needed to get stuck in. The unique Smart Cursor feature makes playing fluid and satisfying.

Options to guide you towards the next move and to check your progress so far mean you’ll never get stuck.

The full version of Fill-a-Pix: Phil’s Epic Adventure will be available to download on July 12th, 2018 on the Nintendo eShop. It contains 120 puzzles, including new puzzles which were not previously included in the Nintendo 3DS version. Pre-orders are now open.

Fill-a-Pix: Phil’s Epic Adventure supports English, French, German and Spanish.

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ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove Brings Home the Funk Fall 2018!

SAN FRANCISCO — JUNE 28, 2018 — ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove, the upcoming fourth entry of the beloved, funkadelic action roguelike series, releases later this year on consoles and PC. Greg Johnson, founder, HumaNature Studios, has issued the following statement providing a more exact release window and an update on the developer’s relationship with Adult Swim Games.

“We ARE releasing this year!! Right now we have our sights set on a fall release. We will be making a specific release plan announcement in regards to dates as soon as we have that nailed down.

Going forward Adult Swim Games is no longer going to be our publisher. Instead we are going back to self-publishing! Adult Swim Games has some other big titles they plan to launch this summer so when Back in the Groove pushed back, we both agreed that it made sense for them to hand us the reigns, rather than taking a chance on this getting pushed back any more. Also I’d like to say how deeply grateful I and all of us here at HNS are to Adult Swim Games. We wouldn’t have gotten this game to this point without them…seriously. Thank You Adult Swim!!

We are also going to be opening a closed beta within the next couple weeks for our early-access backers, and we’ll be looking for your feedback! Also, the Nintendo Switch version of the game is just about ready to be submitted for certification by Nintendo, and the other console versions are not too far behind. I’ll give you more details about all of this before this update is done.”

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Miles & Kilo launch July 5th on Nintendo Switch; get Kid Tripp for free until July 12th!

Miles & Kilo is the sequel to Kid Tripp. Whilst out for a flight with his dog, Kilo, Miles gets trapped in a storm when a mysterious character appears and causes them to crash land on a haunted island. To make matters worse, this character and his cronies steal various vital parts of Miles’ plane. Take control of Miles and Kilo to run, jump, bounce, swing, roll, surf, crash, smash and hop your way through 36 challenging levels across five beautiful hand drawn worlds.


  • Five themed worlds with a total of 36 levels
  • Boss fights
  • Take full control or choose Autorun
  • Beautiful retro graphics
  • Music by Chris Kukla
  • 60fps smooth action

Miles & Kilo will launch July 5th on the Nintendo eShop. Miles & Kilo owners can also get a 100% discount on Kid Tripp until July 12th!

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Cat Quest II Revealed across all formats!

PQube (Bristol, UK) June 28th 2018 – PQube and The Gentlebros are purr-leased to announce that CAT QUEST II: THE LUPUS EMPIRE will be coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC/Steam in 2019!

Fllowing the phenomenal success of the acclaimed Cat Quest, developers The Gentlebros, will be continuing the story of the world of Felingard – a fantastical land populated by adorable cats.

Under threat from a continuing war between the Cats of Felingard and the advancing Lupus Empire, CAT QUEST II will tell the tale of two rivals, brought together against their will, on a journey of discovery. Can they put aside their differences and bring peace to their world?


• Brand new story set in the world of Felingard – and beyond!

• All new switch and co-op gameplay. Play as both Cat and Dog, either alone or with a friend!

• New weapons types – Swords, Staves and more will bring added depth to combat.

• More spells bringing added furry judgement to your foes.

• New passive abilities, who’s attributes can be mixed and combined for endless possibilities!

Retaining the delightfully additive bite-sized adventuring and combat mechanics of Cat Quest, that won the hearts of gamers the world over, CAT QUEST II will expand and improve on every aspect of the original.

PQube and The Gentlebros look forward to revealing more details for Cat Quest fans in the coming months!

CAT QUEST II: THE LUPUS EMPIRE releases on Consoles and PC in 2019.

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Tanzia Arrives July 19th on Nintendo Switch!

Crush Your Enemies is coming to Nintendo Switch!

June 27, 2018 — Real time strategy fans rejoice: The plundering, swearing, beer-drinking barbarian oafs of Crush Your Enemies are smashing onto Nintendo Switch this summer in one of the first RTS games on the platform! Recall the awesome strategy games of olde minus the boring bits, all packed into a tight and intense experience you can enjoy wherever you are, no matter how little time you have, on the Nintendo Switch.

Retro strategy games were awesome, but let’s face it: grinding for an entire hour only to win one measly skirmish? Not so great. Crush Your Enemies does away with such nonsense but keeps all the good stuff you love in a strategy game: planning, choosing different types of units, managing resources, taking enemy territory and outwitting your opponents with the ingenious formations of your men with a surprising degree of depth and variety!

Game Features:

  • Super simple controls: Despite the depth of its systems, the game can be controlled even with one Joy-Con™
  • Epic Single-Player campaign: The game features hours of strategic single-player goodness
  • Online and local multiplayer: Play against your friends and loved ones. The battle never has to end!
  • Weird Boss Battles: Have you ever battled a Giant Death Snail that has a passion for head-butting? No? What are you waiting for!?
  • Story filled with Naughty Humour: So your momma won’t mistake the game for her favourite Medieval Village Clickfest!

Get ready to sink your teeth into this bite-sized, over-the-top, downright barbaric RTS this summer!

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