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Mighty Switch Force! Hyper Drive Edition Confirmed For Release In Australia

mighty_switch_force_hyper_drive_edition_screenshot_2WayForward Technologies’ Mighty Switch Force! Hyper Drive Edition will finally come to Australia, as revealed by the Classification Board. There’s no release date for the puzzle-platformer, but at least we know it will eventually be released in the continent’s Nintendo eShop for Wii U. The Wii U version of Mighty Switch Force! Hyper Drive Edition launched last year in Europe and North America.

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  1. Why is that developers feel the need to hide their fucking games from the public, why dont just Nintendo announce something already, announce their secret games, retro and their games, what is the whole point of keeping it hidden??

    1. Marketing tactics, peoples short term memory, having to deal with false rumors. Speculation. Other things going on such at licensing issues, exc. Lots of reasons.

      1. So in retro’s defense what will it be?? They almost show their game last year so why arent they releasing any info regarding it?? Right now E3 is just over rated bullshit of an event and people should stop looking forward to it..

      2. Only retro would know that. All I’m saying is there is a reason for everything. & yeah nintendo has branched away from e3 a little with the whole nintendo direct thing, but a lot of people (unfortunately) see e3 as a big thing so nintendo has to save some games for e3. Especially with all the ps4, xbox 720 new we will be getting.

      3. I guess aye, sorry for coming out being impatience and a douche about, i just need to have more games to get me hype for my now dust collecting wiiU, thanks for your insightful replies :)

      4. That’s why companies keep things hidden. To create hype. Unfortunately, companies aren’t doing it so well currently. They should look back at the Wii and see how the hype for that was created. Gradual pieces of miniscule information that everyone lusted for.

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