Nintendo Switch news (Apr. 11): Sine Mora EX rated in Brazil / I am Setsuna DLC dated

Today’s Nintendo Switch: Sine Mora EX headed to the Nintendo Switch, but also…

  • I am Setsuna
  • Nintendo eShop

Sine Mora EX

Sine Mora is a side-scrolling shoot’em up that was released on PC a few years ago. It features a soundtrack composed by Akira Yamaoka (Silent Hill series) and boss designs by Mahiro Maeda. The game is getting a “remaster” called Sine Mora EX, published by THQ Nordic.

The reason we’re talking about it today is because the game was recently rated for the Nintendo Switch in Brazil (as spotted by Gematsu), basically confirming a Nintendo Switch release is in the works. THQ Nordic is yet to make an announcement, but in the mean time, you can click here to check out some details about the game!

The Upcoming Releases page has been updated!

I am Setsuna

I am Setsuna is one of the games that was released alongside the Nintendo Switch, on March 3rd (worldwide). One of the exclusive features of this version is the Temporal Battle Arena, which is to be added as free DLC via an upcoming update. And yesterday, Square-Enix uploaded a trailer to announce that said update would be released on April 13th!

Here’s the trailer:

The Tempora Battle Arena is place you can only access after beating the main story, and where you can battle against the party of other players (though only their ghost data, this is not live PvP). If you manage to win, then you will be rewards with items belonging to the other teams.

The Upcoming Releases page has been updated!

Nintendo eShop

Here’s the file size for two upcoming Nintendo Switch titles:

  • Puyo Puyo Tetris (SEGA, retail + Nintendo eShop): 1Go (available on April 27th on the Nintendo eShop / April 28th at retail, 39.99€)
  • Mr. Shifty (tinyBuild, Nintendo eShop): 3.6Go (available on April 13th, 14.99€)

Source: Nintendo eShop


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