Highly acclaimed indie game, Dead Cells, has received a rather large update today for Nintendo Switch. The ‘Bestiary Update’ brings a whole host of tweaks and fixes to improve the player experience but also with it comes new enemies, brand new items, changes to level designs and more. It’s worth noting that this update is completely free – something the developer has done before with previous updates. We’ve included the whole list of changes below which were uploaded to their official website. It also looks like the editor for the post had some fun uploading the patch notes as they’ve prodded fun at themselves with a little extra commentary in places. Anyway, update the game now to enjoy the changes!
The next PewDiePie game is coming to Nintendo Switch next month, thanks to the help of developers Bulbware. It’s a dungeon crawler called PoopDie: Chapter One as is currently free on smartphones. The eShop is listing the price at £4.49/$4.99 with a launch date of June 24th. You can check out the YouTube trailer here.
According to the official twitter account for Little Nightmares 2, we will be hearing some news about the upcoming title, which is coming to Nintendo Switch, later this summer. The info dropped when they announced the original game is coming to Stadia in a few days. Hopefully, the team behind the game are able to give fans a release date or treat them to a new trailer.
Nintendo has been working diligently on Mario Kart Tour adding new features and new characters to try to win back users. Today, the company announced that the iconic Dixie Kong from the Donkey Kong Country franchise will be a playable character to unlock in the mobile racer. Interestingly the video, which shows games she has previously appeared in, says that Diddy Kong Racing DS came out in 1997. Anyway, she’s a good addition to the lineup and hopefully she will appear in the next console Mario Kart game.
How Animal Crossing: New Horizons villagers decide to move out has been a bit of an enigma until now.
June is approaching, which means a bunch of the critters in Animal Crossing: New Horizons are saying goodbye until next year.
The Pokemon GO team has announced on their official blog that Pokemon GO Fest 2020 will be happening this year albeit as a virtual event. You will be able to join in the fun on Saturday, 25th July until Sunday, 26th July 2020. Of course, with the global coronavirus pandemic still active, the team has had to shake things up a bit and while they are not ready to share the full details at present, all will be revealed soon.
Square Enix has lifted the lid on their new upcoming Dragon Quest title Infinity Strash: Dragon Quest The Adventure of Dai. The game is coming to console[s] in 2021 and is described by the company as an Action RPG. The gameplay trailer does look impressive and hopefully there will be an independent Nintendo Switch version in the works, much like the impressive Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age.