Today’s Nintendo eShop news: more DLC characters for Mighty Gunvolt Burst, but also…
- Bloody Zombies
- Tiny Metal
- Shakedown Hawaii
- De Mambo
- Rocket League
- Pic-a-Pix Deluxe
Mighty Gunvolt Burst
Today, Inti Creates announced that Mighty Gunvolt Burst was getting some more DLC characters next week, on December 28th. Here’s who you will be able to add to the game, for $1.99 / 1.99€ each:
- Ray (from Mighty No. 9)
- Copen (from Azure Striker Gunvolt)
- Kurono (from Gal Gun 2)
Here’s some pictures:
More details about those DLC characters will be shared “soon” (presumably ahead of launch).
Source: Inti Creates (Twitter)
Today, the developers of Indivisible shared the latest devblog post for the game, which happens to be about Zahra. The blog post takes a good look at the various animations of that character, and shares various details about her. Click here to check it out!
Here’s the launch trailer for Bloody Zombies:
Bloody Zombies (Switch – eShop) comes out on December 23rd in Europe and North America.
Here’s the pre-release trailer for Tiny Metal on Nintendo Switch:
Tiny Metal (Switch – eShop) comes out on December 21st, worldwide.
Here’s the latest video clip for Shakedown Hawaii:
The open world missions of 'Shakedown: Hawaii'. Coming to Switch • PS4 • Vita • 3DS • Steam (when it's ready) — https://t.co/eDAmcNcs4P
(Add to Steam Wishlist: https://t.co/sCpXx8Ew8z) pic.twitter.com/zrPS8llajp
— Vblank (@RetroCR) December 19, 2017
Shakedown Hawaii (Switch, 3DS – eShop) does not have a release date yet.
Looking to get De Mambo on the cheap? Well then, you will be able starting tomorrow (December 21st), and until January 4th… only if you live in North America, that is. During those two weeks, De Mambo will be available for only $6.50.
This sale will be added to the Nintendo eShop Sales page tomorrow!
Source: The Dangerous Kitchen PR
Today, Psyonix shared a message with players about the past year, and what’s coming next year to Rocket League. First, a rather impressive stat: over 38 million players have played a total of 2 billion matches since the game first launched on PC, back in 2015. We don’t know how many of those players are on Nintendo Switch, and how many matches they played, though.
One thing the developers will focus on next year is improving game server performance. There’s also new features, such as an in-game Tournament feature, a revamp of the XP system, various QoL updates, and more.
Click here in order to get all the details!
Yesterday, Lightwood Games released a demo for the upcoming Pic-a-Pix Deluxe puzzle game on Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, there’s an issue with one of the puzzles, and more precisely the 20×30 one. The issue? There’s no Xs, making it pretty hard to complete it! There’s no other puzzle like this one in the full game, so you don’t need to worry about others being impacted by this issue or anything.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like a patch will be released for the update, but an updated demo could be released early next year.
Source: Lightwood Games (Twitter)