23 March, 2019
In the wake of the success of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, fans were left wondering what could possibly come next.
To find out, I spoke with Ryan Clark, founder of Crypt of the NecroDancer developer Brace Yourself Games.
Don't get us wrong - this isn't confirmation that Nintendo has any other plans going forward - but having the head of developer relations being open to the idea really can't be a bad thing.
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StudioMDHR's beloved Cuphead is headed to Nintendo Switch, and sometime after launch, it will be receiving an update that makes it compatible with Xbox Live. In an email, Nintendo said the sequel will explore Hyrule while retaining the randomly generated maps and dungeons that Necrodancer is known for.
We don't know how many units each sold, or how they rank relative to one another, but we can compare it to last year's list and see what changed. Cadence has her shovel, Link is shown using his sword and arrows, and we see Zelda using a sword, spear, and magic. Cadence of Hyrule is set for release this spring.
The once previous Xbox console exclusive Cuphead is coming to the Nintendo Switch and it's coming next month.