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GameStop Reveals Shovel Knight Physical Edition For Nintendo Switch

Update: It is coming 9th April 2019 along with the additional content and the amiibo three-pack.

A recent GameStop listing has revealed the physical edition of Shovel Knight for the Nintendo Switch. Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove physical edition doesn’t have a release date just yet, but it is sure to be revealed soon. It will include Shovel Knight, Plague of Shadows, Spectre of Torment, King of Cards and the upcoming Shovel Knight Showdown once they are released. Here’s all the details from the site:

“Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove is the full and complete edition of Shovel Knight, a sweeping classic action adventure game series with awesome gameplay, memorable characters, and an 8-bit retro aesthetic! Become Shovel Knight, wielder of the Shovel Blade, as he runs, jumps, and battles in a quest for his lost beloved. Take down the nefarious knights of the Order of No Quarter and their menacing leader, The Enchantress.

Shovel Knight: Shovel of Hope – Steel your Shovel Blade and start digging through the adventure that started it all! Jump, battle foes, and discover treasures as you quest to defeat the Order of No Quarter and their vile leader, The Enchantress.

Shovel Knight: Plague of Shadows – Prime your potions and become the maniacal alchemist Plague Knight in his adventure to brew the ultimate potion! Combine bomb parts to create custom combinations, discover new items, areas and bosses, and maybe even discover a bubbling romance.

Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment – Summon your scythe in the prequel to Shovel Knight! Take control of Specter Knight to dash through completely redesigned levels by climbing walls, mastering a new arsenal of weapons, and slashing your foes to ribbons. Become the reaper, discover your melancholy past, and recruit the Order of No Quarter!

Shovel Knight: King of Cards – Play as King Knight, the gilded goon himself, as he travels through 4 new worlds and more than 30 all new courses, on a journey to best the Three Kings who rule over the land. With a high-flying spin and a boisterous bash, he can crash through all who would dare stand in his way!”

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14 comments

    1. It’s already on the store for a year 🤦🏻‍♂️

      Sucks to be you and be so old and stubborn. Enjoy standing up and swapping games like it’s the 90’s.

      While you sit on your Shovel Knight for years, I’ll buy the 8K remastered one in the year 2027, digital 😂

      No middle men for me. And I love Nature, factories don’t have to produce toxic so I can sit on it and watch some pictures like a child.

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      1. lol, dude, it’s just a preference. I prefer physical games because I like to collect them. I can’t really show off digital games.

        But I also still buy digital games because it can be handy to just play the game without having to get the cartridge. But you don’t have to be all high and mighty due to preference in gaming. Grow up, man lol

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      2. I prefer physical over digital because I don’t like taking up storage space. I normally only get digital if it’s digital only (I made like, one exception, and that was with New Leaf.)

        And no, 6 TB harddrive or whatever is not a solution, I’d rather fill it with save files or update data, not entire games.

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      3. Ok have fun with that, I’ll still have my physical copy in 2027 to play while your hard drive probably crashed long before that and the switch eshop has long been discontinued. And if you really love nature so much, I sure hope you don’t drive a gas vehicle, don’t use plastic bags and don’t buy fast food take out cause all that shit is way worse the a single purchase piece of physical media made with the intent of preserving art.

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      4. See, I kinda agree with Galaxycrash. I don’t think I’d ever go full digital on an xbox one or ps4 due to the massive size of most games. But Nintendo I can manage because they’ve kept the file sizes generally manageable. Again, there’s pros and cons for every situation here.

        …Except for Nintendo e-Reader. That was horrible. That was a scam. We should all be ashamed it ever happened.

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