Rhythm Heaven Creator Asks Fans To Show Their Support For A Switch Release

Alongside the WarioWare games, probably one of the weirder but strangely addictive series Nintendo has released over the years is Rhythm Heaven. While the original Game Boy Advance title was never localised, the west did end up receiving the DS sequel followed by Rhythm Heaven Fever on the Wii, and Rhythm Heaven Megamix for the 3DS.

If you’ve been crying out for another entry in this rhythm-based series, you’re going to need to show your support. Responding to a message on Twitter, the series creator and composer Mitsuo “Tsunku” Terada said he would also like to see Rhythm

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It’s Official: The Super Mario LEGO Sets Are Launching This August

After an insider tip last week, LEGO has officially announced its Super Mario line will launch on 1st August. This will include the Mario Starter Course (59.99 USD/EUR), the Piranha Plant Power Slide Expansion Set (29.99 USD/EUR), and the Bowser’s Castle Boss Battle Expansion Set (99.99 USD/EUR).

According to the official PR, you can now pre-order the LEGO Super Mario Adventures Mario Starter Course on the LEGO website and from select retailers around the world. Note: pre-orders don’t appear to be live yet.

fans will be able to begin exploring the fun-packed LEGO Super Mario universe with the Adventures with

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You’ll Be Able To Buy The Borderlands And Bioshock Games Separately On The Switch eShop


Last week, during Nintendo’s Mini Direct presentation, the publisher 2K confirmed it would be releasing the Bioshock: The Collection, XCOM 2: Collection and Borderlands Legendary Collection on the Switch. All of these are coming to the hybrid system on 29th May.

It sounds fantastic, but keep in mind, each of these collections will require a download – even if you buy a physical copy.

Fortunately, there seems to be some relief for anyone interested in just one or two games from the Bioshock or Borderlands collections. According to Switch eShop listings (via Nintendo Everything), you’ll be able to

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Xbox’s Phil Spencer Has “A Ton Of Respect” For Nintendo, But Is Over Rumours About Select Titles Coming To Switch


Nintendo and Microsoft have teamed up on a number of occasions to achieve the impossible. Last year, for example, Rare’s iconic mascot Banjo-Kazooie debuted in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Along with this, was the release of games like the run ‘n gun platformer Cuphead and the beautifully crafted Ori And The Blind Forest: Definitive Edition.

Since then, there’s been on-going speculation – and even rumours – about what other Microsoft projects could possibly be ported across to Nintendo’s hybrid device. Speaking on a podcast with IGN recently, the head of Xbox Phil Spencer explained how it was

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A Fix For The Cross-Play Loophole In Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy Is Now In The Works

Last weekend, there were reports of an issue with the online multiplayer component of Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy on the Nintendo Switch, which allowed PC players to join the same servers.

Our friends over at USgamer reached out to Aspyr to ask what exactly was going on, and were informed a fix for this cross-play bug was on the way. Here’s the full statement:

We’re absolutely thrilled and appreciative of the support that our fan community has given last week’s launch of Star Wars™ Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy on PS4 and Nintendo Switch. We are aware of the

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WayForward Doesn’t Plan To Release DLC For Shantae And The Seven Sirens

Not long after all the Nintendo Direct Mini presentation earlier this week, the talented team at WayForward locked in a Switch release date for Shantae And The Seven Sirens. It’ll be washing up on the Switch on 28th May, and is expected to launch for $29.99 USD.

While this new expansive quest is the “biggest outing” to date, there are still some fans out there wondering if the independent developer has plans to release downloadable content for the game. This was the official response via Twitter:

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