Door Kickers: Action Squad - more footage

Door Kickers: Action Squad is a crazy old school side scroller action game that puts you in the role of a SWAT trooper and sends you to deal with the bad guys in Nowhere City USA.

Dark Devotion - more footage

Explore the secrets of a mysterious fallen temple and put your Templar faith to the test in Dark Devotion, where no sacrifice is too great in praise of your God. Measure your devotion and your bravery by journeying into deepest darkness for answers to questions that will challenge your very existence.

Earthfall: Alien Horde - more footage

Earthfall is a 4-player co-op shooter where you team up with friends or play alone to save the world from invading aliens. Search for over 20 different kinds of weapons, or use 3D printers to print your own! Automatic turrets, deployable barricades, or mounted guns let you set up defenses to channel the enemy into kill zones. Battle your way through 16 epic levels that tell the continuing story of humanity's struggle to survive. Every playthrough is a unique experience, with dynamic spawns and reactive enemies for maximum replay value.

Disaster Report 4 Plus: Summer Memories - demo gameplay

Different narratives await the player as various catastrophes continue to devastate the city. Evaluate each perilous situation and make decisions that will impact your own safety, as well as that of others. Will you choose to be sympathetic and charitable, or look out only for yourself?

Square-Enix releases Dragon Quest X Online trial version for Switch in Japan

Try before you buy

Dragon Quest X Online's big Version 5 update is now available, which has numerous fans flocking back to the game. Square-Enix is also using this opportunity to woo in some new players, as they've added a special Dragon Quest X Online trial version to the Switch eShop today. The trial was previously only available to those who purchased Japanese copies of Dragon Quest XI S.

Anthill - more gameplay footage

By drawing pheromone trails, you direct your ground forces to different destinations, working with streams of units rather than individual ants. Much like a tower defense game, your mission is to protect the hill as wave upon wave of enemy bugs are thrown at you.

Earthfall: Alien Horde - more footage

When the Earth falls to an extra-terrestrial invasion, humanity becomes an endangered species! Battle the alien horde in this frenetic 4-player co-op shooter.

Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout - more gameplay

"Atelier Ryza" is about a girl and her friends on the verge of adulthood, discovering what’s most important to them. The concept of this title, the latest in the series to depict a new "Atelier" world, is "True-to-life youths that develop together, even if just a little bit".

UK software sales chart for the week ending Oct. 19th, 2019 sees slight adjustments, Switch titles shuffled

Some titles up, some titles down

We posted up the UK software sales for the week of Oct. 19th, 2019 a couple days ago, but there's since been a change in the charts. A handful of titles have been bumped up and down, and you can see the updated chart below.

Sydney Hunter and the Curse of the Mayan dev on how the game started life as an NES title

From NES to Switch

Sydney Hunter and the Curse of the Mayan hit the Switch back in Sept. 2019, and it certainly looks like something that could have been made for the NES. In a dev blog for the title, we learn that the game actually did start life as an NES project. Check out a snippet from the blog below.

When we started working on Sydney Hunter and the Curse of the Mayan back in 2014, it was supposed to be an NES game. I was one of the project leads and helped with story, character development, game direction, and testing. We love Montezuma’s Revenge – so we wanted to create a Montezuma’s Revenge-type clone for the NES. We’re all fans of the Battle Kid games by Sivak Games as well; if you’re not familiar with these two games, they’re platformer homebrew games for the NES.

Full blog here


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