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“Evil God Korone,” a YouTube horror game, comes out on Switch eShop as a surprise

Korone, the popular Japanese Hololive VTuber, continues to impress with her numerous collaborations and crossovers. Adding to her repertoire, the Tsugunohi horror game ‘Evil God Korone’ has made a surprise debut on the Switch eShop. The game was first released on Steam in 2021 and is currently available on the Switch eShop for $4.49 (or ...

The ESRB has recently rated Hatsune Miku’s Fitness Boxing game for the Nintendo Switch

In September of last year, Imagineer made the exciting announcement that the beloved virtual idol Hatsune Miku would be venturing into the world of fitness boxing with her very own game. It appears that the same title has received an ‘E’ rating from the ESRB in North America, which strongly suggests that a local release ...

Japanese man apprehended for illicitly distributing modified versions of Scarlet and Violet Pokémon

A Japanese man has been apprehended for illicitly distributing modified content from Pokémon Scarlet and Violet, allegedly amassing a substantial fortune in yen within a remarkably short span of time. According to NHK News and Automaton (thanks, VGC), this person was offering rare Pokémon for sale on a website that specializes in video game items ...

“Coromon,” a Pokémon-like game, will be released physically on the Switch; pre-orders begin next week

For those who have been eagerly following the arrival of Coromon on the Nintendo Switch and patiently waiting for a physical release, the good news is here. Limited Run has recently revealed that a hard copy of the game will be available for purchase in the near future. Pre-orders for Coromon on Switch are set ...

Quake-Powered FPS Wrath: Aeon Of Ruin Sets Firm Release Date for Nintendo Switch

Mark your calendars! The first-person shooter Wrath: Aeon of Ruin, which uses Quake, recently revealed a confirmed release date for the Nintendo Switch. The highly anticipated console release, originally slated for spring 2023, has been rescheduled for April 25th of this year. Well, it seems that the moment we’ve all been waiting for has arrived! ...

Over 100 games in QubicGames’ Switch eShop are on sale for just $0.20 each

Publisher QubicGames has just revealed an exciting announcement: a 20th anniversary Switch eShop sale is on the horizon for both North America and Europe. This sale is set to bring joy to gamers everywhere, as over 100 digital titles will have their prices slashed. Get ready to dive into a world of discounted gaming goodness! ...

Inti Creates’ latest release, ‘Umbraclaw’, offers players a chance to experience the cat action platformer with a free eShop demo

Prior to its highly anticipated release on May 30th, Inti Creates has generously provided fans with a complimentary demo of their exciting new cat action platformer, Umbraclaw. The Umbraclaw demo is now available on the Switch eShop and offers a satisfying amount of content for players to enjoy. Players will have the opportunity to access ...

Reports suggest that Discord is taking action against servers and creator accounts associated with switch emulators

Reportedly, Discord is deactivating the developer accounts for the Nintendo Switch emulators Suyu and Sudachi, in addition to removing the servers for those emulators. The Verge claims that Discord informed the emulators’ creators that they were disseminating content in violation of intellectual property. Discord informed The Verge in a statement that a court-ordered injunction had ...

This June, 34 Sports Games: World Edition will have minigame chaos on the Switch

We have moved far beyond the era of Wii Sports, yet some companies continue to release compilations that include a variety of sports-themed minigames. Keeping their audience in anticipation, Maximum Entertainment has revealed their plans to release yet another sports compilation for the Switch on June 28th, 2024. This game, titled 34 Sports Games—World Edition, ...

The CEO of Saber Interactive believes that the current pricing of video games at $70 may not be a sustainable model

In recent times, the gaming industry has witnessed the introduction of triple-A titles priced at a hefty $70 USD. Even Nintendo, known for its affordability, has joined the trend with their latest installment in the Legend of Zelda series, titled Tears of the Kingdom. In the eyes of Saber Interactive’s CEO, Matthew Karch, this new ...