SwitchArcade Round-Up: Reviews Featuring ‘The Good Life’ and ‘Gleylancer’, Plus the Latest Releases and Sales

Hello gentle readers, and welcome to the SwitchArcade Round-Up for October 18th, 2021. In today’s article, we have some news from the weekend to catch up. We also have reviews of The Good Life and Gleylancer, plus Mini-Views of Nira and Red Ronin. After that, we have a whole bunch of new releases to check out. A lot hit the shop after I had turned in the Friday edition, and we’ve got summaries of all of those games. We finish things off with a surprisingly massive list of new sales, along with the expiring sales. There’s a lot to look through, so let’s get to it.


‘Animal Crossing New Horizons’ Update and DLC Incoming November 5th

Sure, the news is a little old at this point, but let’s go over it anyway. This came from the Animal Crossing Direct from last Friday. A massive free update is incoming on November 5th, and it has so much stuff that it almost brings everything people have been asking for in one fell swoop. Brewster, Gyroids, Kapp’n, cooking, and a whole lot more are on the way. And it’s a good thing, as this will be the last major update for the game. That’s not all, either. A big DLC add-on called Happy Home Paradise is also coming, adding essentially what amounts to a sequel to Happy Home Designer to the game. Set up houses per the request of each client, and reap the rewards. Both the free update and the DLC will be arriving on November 5th, with the latter costing $24.99 as a stand-alone or freely accessed via the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack.

‘Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack’ Detailed, Priced, and Dated

While most folks who watched the Animal Crossing Direct were largely happy with what they saw, the presentation dropped an extra little bomb at the end that didn’t go over quite as well. As Happy Home Paradise is included as a perk of the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pack, we were given a price for the upcoming new tier. It’s… somewhat higher than expected. A single subscription with the Expansion Pack will cost $49.99 per year, with the Family Pass with Expansion Pack costing $79.99. Yes, that is more than double the standard tier’s price. You get access to the Nintendo 64 app, the SEGA Genesis app, and Animal Crossing: Happy Home Paradise for your money. The new tier will be available from October 25th, and you’ll be able to upgrade your existing subscription with a pro-rated additional payment if you want. Let’s hope this is just the start of what this tier will offer.

Strictly Limited Games Offers Physical Version of ‘Cotton Guardian Force Saturn Tribute’

As we look forward to the addition of Nintendo 64 and SEGA Genesis games to the Switch via the Switch Online Expansion Pass, let us remember a console that gets a lot less love on the re-release front: the SEGA Saturn. While it wasn’t a big success worldwide, the console flourished in Japan, with some truly fantastic 2D games in particular. Many of the games didn’t see release in the West, unfortunately. For example, the Cotton games. Cotton 2, Cotton Boomerang, and another shoot-em-up from the same developer called Guardian Force were well-loved in their time, and command absurdly high prices on the second hand market today.

Thanks to Strictly Limited Games and City Connection, you’re now not only able to play these previously import-only Saturn games on your Nintendo Switch, you can actually own a physical version. Strictly Limited Games is offering the set in both a Collector’s Edition and a Limited Edition over on their store. The Limited Edition gives you the game and a manual in a standard box at a reasonable price. The Collector’s Edition is bananas, with an art book, a poster, some arcade flyers, soundtracks for each game, a cup, some stickers, and more. Fancy stuff for the fancy Cotton fan. Both versions are limited to 2,500 each on the Nintendo Switch, so if you’re interested it’s probably a good idea to mosey on over to the Strictly Limited Games Shop.

Reviews & Mini-Views

The Good Life ($39.99)

Gosh, I don’t know what to do with this game. Swery’s latest is a different game from his well-known Deadly Premonition series in many ways, and yet like it in some others. It has some interesting characters and writing, lots of weird little threads to pull at in the open-world countryside town it is set in, and a quirky sense of humor. It also has a powerful B-grade PlayStation 2 bargain bin feel both in its look and feel. And it’s really how you feel about that particular aspect that is going to determine how well you enjoy your time with The Good Life.

You’re a big city reporter/photographer who has been sent on an assignment in an English countryside town to investigate the mystery behind why it is considered the happiest place in the world. You’ve taken the assignment because you have a massive debt to repay, and your employer has promised to help you take care of it if you succeed. No sooner do you arrive in the town than you’re set up with a house of your own, complete with a garden. You’ll stumble on sub-quest or two, and then you’re pretty much free to do as you like. As the time on your first day starts to tick down, one of the people from city hall asks that you stay inside for the night. You disobey, and discover that almost everyone in town becomes a dog or cat when the full moon is out. You also soon gain the ability to change into a cat or dog.

Every once in a while you’re given a time-sensitive mission to complete, but outside of those situations you’re free to work on whatever you want to when you want to. You can ignore everything and spend time taking pictures of everything to upload to the in-game internet to make money. You can go shopping for clothes or stop in at the restaurant for a bite to eat. Follow people around all day and see what they do, or just go hunting hedgehogs as a cat for a lark. The game’s map is large enough but somewhat empty outside of the main town, but you more or less have the run of it. Just make sure you get enough to eat and have a good night’s rest now and then. I must emphasize not to forget the latter, as it is the only way to save your progress.

What hurts The Good Life is that its plot isn’t as compelling as that of Deadly Premonition, and its open world feels like it comes from fifteen years ago. So many of missions boil down to simple fetch quests that the game immediately hangs a lampshade on the practice. So much of the world has nothing of note going on that it doesn’t feel exciting to explore it. The animal forms are fun at first but become old hat before too long. Having to trudge back to your house to save every time, even with warp points, is a pain. The photography element is the best part of the game, and even though you don’t get a whole lot of specific feedback on your shots, it’s entertaining to try to take shots that will get a lot of virtual social media attention. A great game? No, but not without its charms.

SwitchArcade Score: 3/5

Gleylancer ($6.99)

There are some games that are so rare or hard to come by that they develop a mystique over the years. Whether or not they can live up to those reputations they build up tends to vary. Luckily, Gleylancer‘s legend hasn’t constructed a wall that is impossible for its quality to overcome. Hailed as one of the better side-scrolling shoot-em-ups on SEGA’s 16-bit console, it does indeed comfortably hang with the likes of Thunder Force 4, Wings of Wor, and Sagaia. Its main gimmick is that your ship has satellite weapons that can be configured to shoot in a variety of directions. This version includes a modern update that even allows you to control the satellites with the right stick.

While you can find retro rereleases with more features, Gleylancer includes most of the import things. You can make save states, rewind the gameplay, remap controls, choose from different screen ratios, apply various video filters, and use different wallpapers. You can play the aforementioned modernized version or roll with the classic original, and the cutscenes have been translated into English for the first time. The emulation is spot-on, and input lag is minimal. While I would have loved some extra features like an art gallery or some interviews, I’m rather impressed at what we get here given this is coming in at a lower price than even an Arcade Archives release.

Whether you want to experience a heretofore hard-to-obtain classic or just like quality shoot-em-ups, Gleylancer is an excellent choice. Ratalaika has done a nice job providing quality emulation and a strong suite of features for this release, and the new modern mode really does provide a distinct feel from the included original. It’s well-worth picking up, providing an excellent value relative to other retro re-releases on the Switch.

SwitchArcade Score: 4/5

Nira ($9.99)

If you’re on the hunt for another crafting/survival game and dig low-fi vibes, you might want to give Nira a look. A mysterious talking totem pole dishes out quests to complete, and you have to go forth and do whatever needs to be done in order to gain experience and level up. The game is played from a top-down perspective where you explore procedurally generated islands. Gather resources, battle enemies, and craft to your heart’s content. It seems very simple at first, but it ends up being surprisingly complex. As an affordable alternative to the likes of Terraria and Minecraft, I think it has a place.

SwitchArcade Score: 3.5/5

Red Ronin ($7.99)

Mechanically simple and satisfyingly stylish, Red Ronin is a nice pick-up for puzzle game fans. The story starts with the main character in the middle of a fatal fall, thinking back to how they got there. You go floor by floor through a skyscraper, slicing through anyone that stands in your path. Quite literally, in fact. Pressing in a direction will send your character off on a tear until they hit a wall or obstacle. You need to figure out how to reach the exit on each floor without getting cut down by an adjacent enemy. It’s easy to pick up, but the puzzles get quite tricky as you go. Nothing we haven’t seen before, but it’s well-made and wrapped up in an attractive presentation.

SwitchArcade Score: 3.5/5

New Releases

Crysis 2 Remastered ($29.99)

SwitchArcade Highlight!

The second game in the Crysis Trilogy is now available on the Switch. The aliens have returned, and this time they are attacking New York. Equipped with your state-of-the-art Nanosuit 2.0, you must defend the city and the world against this interstellar onslaught. More first-person shooting fun, and rather snazzy-looking as Crysis games tend to be.

Crysis 3 Remastered ($29.99)

SwitchArcade Highlight!

In for a penny, in for a pound. The third game in the Crysis Trilogy arrives on the Switch, offering its unique flavor of first-person shooting action. Use your sweet Predator Bow and a bunch of different types of arrows to pretend to be everyone’s favorite Avenger, Hawkeye. Except you have the Nanosuit, so you’re actually more qualified to be an Avenger than Hawkeye. All he has is a bow and bad fashion sense.

Crysis Remastered Trilogy ($49.99)

SwitchArcade Highlight!

As you can guess from the name, this is a bundle that includes Crysis Remastered, Crysis 2 Remastered, and Crysis 3 Remastered at a rather nice discount versus buying them individually. You’ll need almost thirty gigabytes of free space on your memory card for this one, but if you’re interested in at least two of the three games you’d be a fool not to go for this pack.

Hell’s High Harmonizers ($11.99)

Forget paradise. How about a life simulation set in Hell? You’re an official of Hell know as a Harmonizer, and you need to watch over your little corner of the Bad Place. Create your character and meet and greet the various residents. Pick a group and send them out on missions, training them and managing their needs. It falls somewhere between an idle game and a proper sim, but there’s no denying there’s a certain unique charm to the whole affair.

Alpaca Ball: Allstars ($19.99)

Okay, let me explain this one. This is exactly the same game as the previous Alpaca Ball on Switch, but with a couple of extra updates implemented. The game changed hands to a new publisher, and they couldn’t keep the old version. But if you bought the previous version, this one should show up as free for you. I don’t think there’s any limit on how long that will be so, but you should go and grab the new version at your earliest convenience just in case.

New York Mysteries: High Voltage ($6.99)

This second game in the New York Mysteries series of hidden object adventure games sees you trying to crack another murder case. Find objects! Solve puzzles! Play mini-games! Battle Electro from Amazing Spider-Man 2! Wait, what?

Aloof ($9.99)

This is a puzzle game that has more than a faint whiff of Super Puzzle Fighter about it. And that’s perfectly fine by me. Up to four players can get in on this one via local multiplayer, and a story mode offers twenty-three levels to challenge. It doesn’t look bad or anything, but I’m going to have my nose in Tetris Effect for a long while yet.

Leisure Suit Larry – Wet Dreams Saga ($64.99)

A collection of both of the recent Leisure Suit Larry adventure games. If you don’t own either of them, this is a good way to get the whole story. Just be careful that the individual games are cheaper on their own, as they frequently go on sale. So will this, mind you.

Battle of Archers ($2.29)

Gametry has found what looks to be another template to flip on to the Switch, giving us another one of those archery games you can find by the thousands on the App Store for free. If you look through the sales lists, there are plenty of far better games to buy for this price. I recommend doing that.

Pocket Soccer ($2.49)

Yes, this is also Gametry. This probable template is a soccer game that up to four players can play together via local multiplayer. Same advice here, really. You can find better games at this price point, and if you have a couple bucks more there are far better soccer games.

Extreme Race ($2.49)

Surprisingly, this one isn’t Gametry. That doesn’t mean it’s good, though. This is a simple lane-based endless driving game. Dodge the traffic, grab the coins, and use the coins to unlock new cars when you inevitably crash. At least it’s reasonably priced?


(North American eShop, US Prices)

Well, I can’t say I expected to see more than one hundred and fifty new sales when I came in on Monday morning. Lots of the usual suspects, but there are some other interesting games in the selection. The length of this column has left me a bit short on time, so I’ll let you check the lists yourselves to see what catches your eye.

Select New Games on Sale

Star Drives ($2.49 from $4.99 until 10/21)
Undead Horde ($5.09 from $16.99 until 10/22)
War Party ($6.69 from $9.99 until 10/22)
Street Cleaner The Video Game ($11.25 from $15.00 until 10/22)
Coast Guard Beach Rescue Team ($4.79 from $11.99 until 10/22)
Gas Station Highway Services ($4.79 from $11.99 until 10/22)
Hidden Through Time ($5.35 from $7.99 until 10/22)
Detective Driver Miami Files ($4.79 from $11.99 until 10/22)
Brawl Chess ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/22)
Black Legend ($13.39 from $19.99 until 10/22)
City Bus Driving Simulator ($4.79 from $11.99 until 10/22)
Under Leaves ($3.89 from $12.99 until 10/23)
Miner Warfare ($3.99 from $7.99 until 10/23)
Doom & Destiny ($5.99 from $11.99 until 10/23)
Doom & Destiny Advanced ($8.39 from $11.99 until 10/23)
Swaps & Traps ($1.99 from $8.99 until 10/25)
Ben 10 ($11.99 from $19.99 until 10/25)
Ben 10 Power Trip! ($23.99 from $39.99 until 10/25)
Zoids Wild Blast Unleashed ($23.99 from $39.99 until 10/25)
Transformers Battlegrounds ($23.99 from $39.99 until 10/25)
Hotel Transylvania 3 MO ($17.99 from $29.99 until 10/25)
Paw Patrol On a Roll! ($29.99 from $39.99 until 10/25)
Paw Patrol Mighty Pups ($29.99 from $39.99 until 10/25)
DreamWorks Dragons DoNR ($23.99 from $39.99 until 10/25)
Ice Age Scrat’s Nutty Adv. ($23.99 from $39.99 until 10/25)

Jumanji: The Video Game ($23.99 from $39.99 until 10/25)
Gigantosaurus The Game ($23.99 from $39.99 until 10/25)
Trollhunters: DoA ($23.99 from $39.99 until 10/25)
Adventure Time: Pirates ($23.99 from $39.99 until 10/25)
Crayola Scoot ($5.99 from $29.99 until 10/25)
Stickman: Far East Battle ($2.79 from $3.99 until 10/25)
Girabox ($1.99 from $2.49 until 10/25)
Aborigenus ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/25)
Diabolic ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/25)
Tactical Mind 2 ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/25)
Event Horizon: Space Defense ($1.99 from $6.99 until 10/25)
Funny Bunny Adventures ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/26)
Black the Fall ($4.49 from $14.99 until 10/28)
Bossgard ($9.99 from $19.99 until 10/28)
Drawngeon: Dungeons of Ink & Paper ($1.99 from $4.99 until 11/1)
Grandmaster Sudoku ($2.99 from $4.99 until 11/1)
Sydney Hunter & Curse of the Mayan ($6.99 from $9.99 until 11/1)
Ekstase ($9.99 from $14.99 until 11/1)
Video Poker at Aces Casino ($1.99 from $7.99 until 11/1)
The Amazing American Circus ($13.99 from $19.99 until 11/1)
Elva the Eco Dragon ($9.09 from $12.99 until 11/1)
Hell’s High Harmonizers ($9.95 from $11.99 until 11/1)
Golf Club Wasteland ($7.49 from $9.99 until 11/1)
Super Jumpy Ball ($3.49 from $4.99 until 11/2)
The Great Perhaps ($2.99 from $9.99 until 11/2)

Total Arcade Racing ($6.99 from $9.99 until 11/2)
Island Maze ($1.99 from $2.99 until 11/2)
Spirit Roots ($1.99 from $6.99 until 11/2)
Moon Raider ($4.49 from $9.99 until 11/2)
Sweet Witches ($1.99 from $9.99 until 11/2)
Steampunk Tower 2 ($2.99 from $9.99 until 11/2)
Snake vs Snake ($2.79 from $3.99 until 11/2)
Disney Tsum Tsum Festival ($19.99 from $49.99 until 11/4)
Quest Hunter ($8.99 from $29.99 until 11/4)
Gleylancer ($5.59 from $6.99 until 11/5)
Battle Axe ($20.09 from $29.99 until 11/5)
Not Tonight: Take Back Control ($2.49 from $24.99 until 11/5)
Yes, Your Grace ($7.99 from $19.99 until 11/5)
Nowhere Prophet ($9.99 from $24.99 until 11/5)
Hypnospace Outlaw ($7.99 from $19.99 until 11/5)
Dungeonoid ($2.02 from $6.99 until 11/5)
SuperEpic: The Entertainment War ($2.15 from $17.99 until 11/5)
BE-A Walker ($1.99 from $9.99 until 11/5)
Astro Bears ($1.99 from $6.99 until 11/5)
Mars Power Industries ($1.99 from $3.99 until 11/5)
VSR: Void Space Racing ($1.99 from $4.99 until 11/5)
Earthworms ($1.99 from $7.99 until 11/5)
911 Operator ($1.99 from $14.99 until 11/5)
911 Operator Deluxe ($5.49 from $21.99 until 11/5)

112 Operator ($9.99 from $19.99 until 11/5)
Alpaca Ball: All-Stars ($15.99 from $19.99 until 11/5)
Hamster Bob ($1.99 from $4.99 until 11/5)
Unhatched ($1.99 from $4.99 until 11/5)
WildTrax Racing ($1.99 from $7.99 until 11/5)
Truck Simulator 2 ($7.19 from $11.99 until 11/5)
Cargo Crew Driver ($5.99 from $11.99 until 11/5)
Multilevel Parking Driver ($5.99 from $11.99 until 11/5)
Aloof ($4.99 from $9.99 until 11/5)
Extreme Car Driver ($7.79 from $11.99 until 11/5)
Leisure Suit Larry Wet Dreams Saga ($19.49 from $64.99 until 11/5)
Squeakers II ($1.99 from $2.99 until 11/5)
Wild & Horror Pinball ($9.99 from $14.99 until 11/5)
Sports Pinball Bundle ($4.49 from $8.99 until 11/5)
Horror Tales: The Wine ($9.74 from $14.99 until 11/5)
MIND: Path to Thalamus ($2.99 from $11.99 until 11/5)
Koral ($2.99 from $11.99 until 11/5)
Teddy Gangs ($1.99 from $9.99 until 11/5)
Monkey Business ($1.99 from $9.99 until 11/5)
Sniper ($1.99 from $9.99 until 11/5)
Chess ($1.99 from $9.99 until 11/5)
Paint ($1.99 from $9.99 until 11/5)
Hunt ($1.99 from $9.99 until 11/5)
Night Vision ($1.99 from $9.99 until 11/5)
Calculator ($1.99 from $9.99 until 11/5)

Here Be Dragons ($6.29 from $17.99 until 11/6)
Unrailed! ($4.99 from $19.99 until 11/6)
Beat Me! ($1.99 from $12.99 until 11/6)
Vasilis ($2.00 from $4.99 until 11/6)
Metropolis: Lux Obscura ($3.00 from $7.99 until 11/6)
Deep Ones ($2.00 from $4.99 until 11/6)
Grab the Bottle ($2.00 from $4.99 until 11/6)
State of Anarchy: MoM ($2.00 from $7.99 until 11/6)
Crashbots ($2.00 from $9.99 until 11/6)
Xtreme Club Racing ($1.99 from $9.99 until 11/6)
OVIVO ($2.00 from $6.99 until 11/6)
Grass Cutter: Mutated Lawns ($2.00 from $6.99 until 11/6)
Sigi ($2.00 from $4.99 until 11/6)
Planet RIX-13 ($2.00 from $4.99 until 11/6)
SkyTime ($2.00 from $2.99 until 11/6)
One Eyed Kutkh ($2.00 from $4.99 until 11/6)
Energy Invasion ($2.00 from $2.99 until 11/6)
Energy Cycle ($2.00 from $2.99 until 11/6)
Energy Balance ($2.00 from $2.99 until 11/6)
FootGoal! Tiki Taka ($1.99 from $4.99 until 11/6)
Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise ($1.99 from $19.99 until 11/6)
Burn! SuperTrucks ($1.99 from $7.99 until 11/6)
#pinocchio, Puzzles Dream ($1.99 from $5.99 until 11/6)
Extreme Race ($1.99 from $2.49 until 11/6)
Tower of Babel ($1.99 from $5.99 until 11/6)

Final Light, The Prison ($1.99 from $6.99 until 11/6)
The Long Reach ($2.99 from $14.99 until 11/7)
Neonwall ($2.49 from $9.99 until 11/7)
Caveman Warriors ($1.99 from $12.99 until 11/7)
Super Hyperactive Ninja ($1.99 from $8.99 until 11/7)
The Walking Vegetables: Radical ($2.59 from $12.99 until 11/7)
Crimson Keep ($5.99 from $19.99 until 11/7)
Guess the Character ($2.00 from $2.99 until 11/7)
Riot: Civil Unrest ($5.99 from $19.99 until 11/7)
Vaporum ($9.99 from $24.99 until 11/7)
Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX ($13.99 from $19.99 until 11/7)
Wizodd ($2.49 from $4.99 until 11/7)
Monster Harvest ($13.99 from $19.99 until 11/7)
Furwind ($2.49 from $9.99 until 11/7)
Smoots Summer Games ($4.99 from $9.99 until 11/7)
Ellen ($1.99 from $7.99 until 11/7)
Regions of Ruin ($2.49 from $9.99 until 11/7)
DreamBall ($2.49 from $4.99 until 11/7)
Reknum ($1.99 from $4.99 until 11/7)
Spartan Fist ($3.74 from $14.99 until 11/7)
Freakout: Calamity TV Show ($2.49 from $9.99 until 11/7)
Emma: Lost in Memories ($3.99 from $7.99 until 11/7)
Indiecalypse ($6.49 from $12.99 until 11/7)
Max & the Book of Chaos ($1.99 from $7.99 until 11/7)
Smoots World Cup Tennis ($4.99 from $9.99 until 11/7)

Street Racer Underground ($2.99 from $5.99 until 11/7)
Morbid: The Seven Acolytes ($12.49 from $24.99 until 11/7)
The Last Dead End ($4.99 from $9.99 until 11/7)
Elliot ($4.99 from $9.99 until 11/7)
Kauil’s Treasure ($4.99 from $9.99 until 11/7)
Spirit Arena ($4.99 from $9.99 until 11/7)
Cube Raiders ($3.24 from $12.99 until 11/7)
Rodent Warriors ($4.99 from $9.99 until 11/7)
The Lost Cube ($6.99 from $9.99 until 11/7)
Evil Inside ($9.09 from $12.99 until 11/7)
Mystic Fate ($4.99 from $9.99 until 11/7)
Exodemon ($9.09 from $12.99 until 11/7)
Eight Dragons ($5.59 from $7.99 until 11/7)

Sales Ending Tomorrow, Tuesday, October 19th

8-Ball Pocket ($2.03 from $5.99 until 10/19)
Adventures of Pip ($4.99 from $9.99 until 10/19)
Akiba’s Trip: Hellbound & Debriefed ($23.99 from $39.99 until 10/19)
Another Sight ($15.99 from $39.99 until 10/19)
AO Tennis 2 ($23.99 from $59.99 until 10/19)
Ary & the Secret of Seasons ($9.99 from $39.99 until 10/19)
B.ARK ($7.99 from $9.99 until 10/19)
Bear With Me: The Lost Robots ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/19)
Cardaclysm: Shards of the Four ($8.99 from $14.99 until 10/19)
Colorful Colore ($1.99 from $2.99 until 10/19)
Debtor ($1.99 from $2.99 until 10/19)
Event Horizon ($1.99 from $5.99 until 10/19)
Farabel ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/19)
FunBox Party ($1.99 from $2.49 until 10/19)
Galaxy Squad ($7.99 from $9.99 until 10/19)

Grood ($1.99 from $4.99 until 10/19)
Hexologic ($2.00 from $2.99 until 10/19)
Hob: The Definitive Edition ($2.99 from $19.99 until 10/19)
Jurassic Pinball ($2.00 from $2.99 until 10/19)
Knights and Bikes ($11.99 from $19.99 until 10/19)
Mushroom Quest ($1.99 from $2.99 until 10/19)
Ninjin Clash of Carrots ($1.99 from $9.99 until 10/19)
One Line Coloring ($2.09 from $6.99 until 10/19)
Pew Paw ($1.99 from $6.99 until 10/19)
Phoenix Wright: AA Trilogy ($19.99 from $29.99 until 10/19)
Remothered Broken Porcelain ($9.89 from $29.99 until 10/19)
Skull Rogue ($1.99 from $2.99 until 10/19)
Skully ($7.49 from $29.99 until 10/19)
Stranded Deep ($17.49 from $24.99 until 10/19)
SuperMash ($1.99 from $19.99 until 10/19)

Tactical Mind ($1.99 from $2.99 until 10/19)
Torchlight II ($5.99 from $19.99 until 10/19)
Torchlight III ($9.99 from $39.99 until 10/19)
Willy Morgan & Curse of Bonetown ($18.74 from $24.99 until 10/19)
World Soccer Pinball ($2.00 from $2.99 until 10/19)
WRC 8 FIA World Rally ($19.99 from $49.99 until 10/19)

That’s all for today, friends. What a start to the week! Tomorrow will keep up the pace, though. Sora and the last major update for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will be arriving, alongside new releases like Dying Light and Regency Solitaire. We’ll have summaries of all of those new games along with a review or two, some new sales, and maybe even a bit of news. I hope you all have a fantastic Monday, and as always, thanks for reading!

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