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Remakes of The House of the Dead and The House of the Dead 2 are both coming to Nintendo Switch in April. The developer Entertainment showed off more of its interpretation of the classic titles in a new trailer released on Friday.

This trailer tells us that remakes stick pretty close to the originals, keeping the rail-shooter gameplay, buckets of gore, and overall campy tones as players mow down hordes of undead monstrosities.

The House of the Dead and The House of the Dead 2 originally released in arcades. This first arrives in 1996. Second in 1998. Later Sega launched the games on Sega Saturn, Dreamcast, and Windows PC.

Forever Entertainment originally announced the remakes in 2019. The studio remade other classics, such as Panzer Dragoon: Remake. Released in 2020. A remake of Squaresoft title Front Mission 1st was also announced at a February 2022 Nintendo Direct. It is planned for this summer.

Co-Founder Of Nintendo-Owned Studio Next Level Games Announces Retirement

Next Level Games co-founder, current president, and former CEO Douglas Tronsgard has announced he will be retiring after more than 20 years.

He shared this news on LinkedIn thanking everyone at Nintendo and the Canada-based developer for believing in him. This was the message –

“After over 20 years in the Video Game Industry, I am happy to announce my retirement. I wanted to say ‘thank you’ to everyone who helped me on my journey to get here. A special thank you to Nintendo for believing in me and Next Level Games. It’s truly been my honor to be a part of NLG’s incredible history.

“I look forward to a new chapter in my life that should involve lots of travelling with my wife. Take care everyone and enjoy the journey! Douglas.”

What Happened to Detective Pikachu for Nintendo Switch?

The Pokémon franchise is getting some massive success as of late. Last November’s Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl were massive financial successes for The Pokémon Company.In January the release of Pokémon Legends: Arceus brought some much-needed innovation to the franchise. Pokémon fans will now have a chance to experience another mainline entry with the new open-world titles Pokémon Scarlet and Violet later this year.

Along with all this excitement , gamers would be forgiven for forgetting about a major title. This was not included in the recent Pokémon Presents events. Detective Pikachu for Nintendo Switch. This was announced back in 2019 at the Pokémon Business Strategy event.Nintendo and the The Pokémon Company has not spoken about the game since, and Nintendo has not listed the game in recent financial supports — so what happened to this game?

What Is Detective Pikachu?

Before the movie of Ryan Reynolds as the iconic electric mouse, Detective Pikachu was an adventure game spinoff released for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan in 2016. The game talks about the young man named Tim Goodman and his talking companion Pikachu solving mysteries together. This spinoff focused more on narrative storytelling, The presentation elements comparable to that of the Pokémon anime.

What We Know About Detective Pikachu On Nintendo Switch

So many weeks after the release of the film, The Pokémon Company announced a follow-up to 2018’s Detective Pikachu game at the Pokémon Business Strategy event. This will come on Nintendo Switch. The game is the “conclusion to the story” of the original.This involves the resolving its cliffhanger ending in a way that differs from what happened in the movie.

It is aimed game will play similarly to what was offered in its 3DS predecessor. Though it’s unclear if the Nintendo Switch version would offer additional benefits or take advantage of the hardware outside of its improved graphics. There is also no surety on wheather the game is a full sequel or simply an expanded port.

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