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A Case of Distrust finds sales success on Switch

A Case of Distrust is definitely one of the more unique titles to hit the Switch, but as we've seen time and time again, Switch owners are down to try new things. In an interview with Engadget, developer Ben Wander said the consumer reaction to the Switch version of his game surprised him. Without revealing specific sales figures, Wander said the game's release on Switch was something like a second launch day. It's clear an audience was there, and Wander said he's happy with the situation, and the sales figures.

Redout still heading to Switch, development close to wrapping up

You might not believe it, but according to the dev team working on Redout, it's still coming to Switch. This was a title announced before the Switch even came out, but the game still hasn't seen release. In a recent Fragments of Silicon interview, Guiseppe Franchi of 34BigThings reconfirmed that the title is still coming.

“Yes, very much (still in development). … It’s been long overdue and we know it. As I said before, it was challenging to bring this game on Xbox and PlayStation, so I’ll let you know how imagine how challenging it was to bring it on Nintendo Switch. But it’s still coming. We are in the process, we are in a very advanced… We’re very close to it. It’s coming.

The game is going to be published by Nicalis, so as for the release, I suggest you ask them. Not because I don’t want to talk or because I don’t know, but because it’s their job. … they’re doing their job perfectly well. From our end though, we’re wrapping things up.”

Switch eShop deals in North America - Nov. 18th, 2018

It can be super hard to keep track of all the games on the Switch eShop, so why not start with some of the titles that are on sale? There are plenty of fantastic deals on amazing games, and you can sift through all the options below.

1979 Revolution: Black Friday – $4.07 (was $11.99)
Azkend 2: The World Beneath – $3.99 (was $7.99)
Battle Chef Brigade – $11.99 (was $19.99)
Battle Group 2 – $5.99 (was $9.99)
Big Buck Hunter Arcade – $23.99 (was $29.99)
Bingo – $2.49 (was $4.99)
Bit Dungeon Plus – $5.39 (was $8.99)
Bleed – $3.59 (was $11.99)
Bleed 2 – $4.49 (was $14.99)
Bouncy Bob – $0.14 (was $4.99)
Brawlout – $9.99 (was $19.99)
Calculation Castle: Grecco’s Ghostly Challenge “Addition” – $4.99 (was $9.99)
Calculation Castle: Grecco’s Ghostly Challenge “Division” – $4.99 (was $9.99)
Calculation Castle: Grecco’s Ghostly Challenge “Multiplication” – $4.99 (was $9.99)
Calculation Castle: Grecco’s Ghostly Challenge “Subtraction” – $4.99 (was $9.99)
Candle: The Power of the Flame – $9.99 (was $19.99)
Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers – $14.99 (was $29.99)
CastleStorm – $10.49 (was $14.99)
Caveman Warriors – $3.24 (was $12.99)
Dead Fun Pack: Penguins and Aliens Strike Again – $3.49 (was $6.99)
Detective Gallo – $9.74 (was $14.99)
Die for Valhalla! – $7.19 (was $14.99)
Disco Dodgeball: Remix – $7.49 (was $14.99)
Don’t Die, Mr Robot! – $1.79 (was $8.99)
Earthworms – $2.79 (was $7.99)
Earthworms – $2.79 (was $7.99)
Fall of Light: Darkest Edition – $7.49 (was $14.99)
Figment – $13.99 (was $19.99)
Final Light, The Prison – $2.79 (was $6.99)
Frost – $4.41 (was $12.99)
Goosebumps: The Game – $23.99 (was $29.99)
Grab the Bottle – $3.49 (was $4.99)
Grave Danger – $15.99 (was $19.99)
Green Game: TimeSwapper – $1.49 (was $2.99)
Hacky Zack – $3.39 (was $9.99)
Heroes of the Monkey Tavern – $4.99 (was $9.99)
Hollow – $1.99 (was $19.99)
Infernium – $8.73 (was $24.95)
Infinite Minigolf – $5.99 (was $14.99)
Ink – $3.59 (was $8.99)
Johnny Turbo’s Arcade: Heavy Burger – $15.99 (was $19.99)
L.F.O.: Lost Future Omega – $3.19 (was $7.99)
Letter Quest Remastered – $2.99 (was $11.99)
Life Goes On – $6.49 (was $12.99)
Lifeless Planet: Premiere Edition – $15.99 (was $19.99)
Mahjong Deluxe 3 – $15.99 (was $19.99)
Monkey King: Masters of the Clouds – $2.49 (was $4.99)
Monster Jam Crush It! – $14.99 (was $29.99)
Mulaka – $13.98 (was $19.98)
Mutant Mudds Collection – $7.49 (was $14.99)
Nefarious – $7.49 (was $14.99)
Neverout – $4.49 (was $7.49)
No Heroes Here – $4.99 (was $14.99)
One Eyed Kutkh – $2.99 (was $4.99)
Paper Wars: Cannon Fodder Devastated – $4.99 (was $9.99)
Paranautical Activity – $2.71 (was $7.99)
Phantaruk – $3.34 (was $4.99)
Rapala Fishing Pro Series – $23.99 (was $29.99)
Realpolitiks – $18.74 (was $24.99)
Red Game Without a Great Name – $1.49 (was $2.99)
Rise and Shine – $8.99 (was $14.99)
Rocket League – $11.99 (was $19.99)
Runner3 – $9.99 (was $29.99)
Serial Cleaner – $5.99 (was $14.99)
Shikhondo – Soul Eater – $4.75 (was $13.99)
Six Sides of the World – $6.00 (was $10.00)
Slain: Back From Hell – $4.99 (was $19.99)
Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut – $5.09 (was $14.99)
Soccer Slammers – $4.99 (was $9.99)
Son of a Witch – $9.99 (was $14.99)
Space Dave – $0.99 (was $9.99)
Space Ribbon – $4.99 (was $14.99)
Sparkle 2 EVO – $0.49 (was $4.99)
Spartan – $1.99 (was $3.99)
Spellspire – $4.99 (was $9.99)
Spiral Splatter – $3.49 (was $4.99)
SpiritSphere DX – $6.00 (was $10.00)
Streets of Red – $6.29 (was $8.99)
Super Hyperactive Ninja – $6.29 (was $8.99)
Superola and the Lost Burgers – $2.99 (was $5.99)
Super Ping Pong Trick Shot – $2.49 (was $4.99)
Super Volley Blast – $7.99 (was $9.99)
Swap This! – $0.99 (was $1.99)
Tesla vs Lovecraft – $10.04 (was $14.99)
The Adventures of Elena Temple – $1.99 (was $4.99)
The Coma: Recut – $5.99 (was $19.99)
The Flame in the Flood: Complete Edition – $7.49 (was $14.99)
The Infectious Madness of Doctor Dekker – $7.79 (was $12.99)
The Jackbox Party Pack 2 – $12.49 (was $24.99)
The Warlock of Firetop Mountain: Goblin Scourge Edition – $23.99 (was $29.99)
The Way Remastered – $4.49 (was $14.99)
Three Fourths Home: Extended Edition – $2.24 (was $8.99)
Totes the Goat – $2.49 (was $4.99)
Tower of Babel – $3.99 (was $9.99)
Typoman – $9.09 (was $12.99)
Unholy Heights – $1.99 (was $4.99)
Vertical Drop Heroes HD – $3.99 (was $9.99)
Violett – $0.99 (was $9.99)
Voxel Shot – $7.20 (was $8.00)
Xeodrifter – $4.99 (was $9.99)
Zombillie – $0.49 (was $4.99)

Shadow Fight 2 update now available (full patch notes)

Shadow Fight 2 has gotten an update, and details on what that update includes have been shared via the official Switch news channel. You can find the information below.

– In this patch we made “Sparring” mode more exciting! Now you are able not only to choose a character, but also to change his/her weapon. We added all “Sparring” characters’ weapons into the list and extended it with some other kinds of weapons. So, now you have an opportunity to train almost all fighting styles in a competition with your friends.

– We also added some more information about characters – while choosing a hero you will be able to look through all enchantments of his/her equipment.

– We upgraded our tech support – feel free to report all problems, connected with Shadow Fight 2 gameplay.

– Some bugs, connected with game freezing are fixed. Game optimization improved.

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R-Type Dobkeratops figma on the way

One of R-Type's most iconic bosses is being turned into a figma. The R-Type Dobkeratops figma has been revealed at Wonder Toy Festival, and it looks every bit the part of its in-game counterpart. This is the perfect time for Dobkeratops' figma to debut, considering R-Type Dimensions EX hits the Switch on Nov. 28th, 2018! No specific date for this figma just yet, but it'll definitely see launch in 2019.

Iron Crypticle coming to the Switch in early 2019

Cryptonia’s princess and the glorious Royal Treasures of Cryptonia have been abducted!
The washed-up kingsguard must leap into action and plunge down into the ancient magical crypts on a rescue mission!

INSPIRED BY ARCADE CLASSICS

You could summarise IRON CRYPTICLE as structured around the core of Smash TV / Robotron, deepened by an item collection system inspired by Bubble Bobble / Rainbow Islands, all placed in a Ghosts and Goblins / Gauntlet type medieval setting.

GAMEPLAY FEATURES

If you want to survive past the Guardian Monsters of each floor then you’ll need to upgrade your abilities. Speed, Damage, Fire Rate and Weapon Duration can all be upgraded either from shops or through careful chaining gobbling up food pickups.

Most enemies drop a food item (delicious cheese, slices of cake, lollipops, hotdogs, fruit…) with which you need to juggle chain-collecting, all whilst slashing your way through hordes of ghastly creatures.

Route selection is very important too, with each floor made up of a branching system of rooms. Each room type has their advantages and disadvantages – plus with each play through the rooms all shift about and reform, just to keep you on your toes!

To help you on your quest are a range of weapons, magical scrolls and items to unlock. For close combat emergencies you can rely on your dash move for quick escape, or activate your Atomic Fist to punch a hole in the enemy ranks.

Be sure to visit the cat merchant to see what is on offer. Or try the arcade room to earn extra coins and health. You can play solo or up to 4 player local CO-OP; either way you`ll find the crypts run deep with many secrets to uncover on your adventures in IRON CRYPTICLE.

Iron Crypticle is set to hit the Switch sometime in early 2019. When a more specific release date is shared, we'll bring that to you.

Warframe hitting Switch in Japan on Nov. 21st, 2018

From what we've seen and heard of hands-on previews, Warframe on Switch is going to be one hell of a great experience. Those of us in Europe and North America will get to give this free game a try come Nov. 20th, 2018. What about our friends in Japan. We now know they won't have to wait much longer than the rest of the world, as a Nov. 21st, 2018 release date has been confirmed.

Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland - more pics of the Special Collection and Premium versions, plus more screens


Amazon Japan has just shared a better look at the Special Collection and Premium versions of Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland. The premium version includes the game, memorial artbook, soundtrack CD, pair of acrylic mini character charm, and a costume download code. The Special Collection includes everything in the Premium Box, plus a large illustration poster, and crystal paperweight.

All listings for the game on Amazon Japan have also updated with new screens. Check them out here.

Nintendo updates key art for Nintendo Labo in Japan

Nintendo has updated Nintendo Labo's key art for Japanese retailers. The new art now showcases what's actually inside the box, as in, what Toy-Con you can create. The previous key art featured just the game boxes, which seemed to confuse some children/adults as to what's actually inside the box. This new key art should do a better job at explaining what can be created with each kit.