Nintendo Switch News Round-up
The latest Nintendo Switch news round-up post with Taiko no Tatsujin Nintendo Switch Version! adding online multiplayer, and more news!
Kaien Pixel Bokujou
Kaien Pixel Bokujou holds the distinction of being the 30th Kairosoft game to release on Nintendo Switch. It’s a pixellated farming simulation game known as 8-Bit Farm in the west, and which focuses on animals and growing flowers and vegetables. It’s scheduled for worldwide release on November 5th, priced at ¥1,500, with reservations open from Thursday. Trailer here.
GungHo Online Entertainment have announced that Ninjala has surpassed 5 million downloads on the Switch eShop worldwide with 1,000 Jala gifted to all players in-game. The game surpassed a million downloads on June 26th within 24 hours of launch, and took just five days to reach 2 million. 3 million downloads were passed on July 13th, and 4 million on August 12th.
Play and win Texas Hold ‘em
Asonde Poker ga Tsuyokunaru！Texas Hold ‘em (which translates to Play and win Texas Hold ‘em) is set for release on October 29th from SilverStar Japan, priced at ¥2,200. The game features a wide variety of AI with different abilities and play styles, so is aimed at everyone from beginners all the way to addicts. There’s a website here and trailer here if you need to see more.
Taiko no Tatsujin Nintendo Switch Version！
Taiko no Tatsujin Nintendo Switch Version! will be getting a free update this winter so you can play the new online mode “Private Match”. The new mode allows you to play online against friends. Just create a room and a six-digit password, let other players’ find the room and type in the password to join. A number of options are also available just like local multiplayer.