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Gaming News Round-up, 15th January

Why scour the internet for the latest news when you can have it all in one go, right here?

Here are your daily headlines from the world of video games on 15th January 2018. Enjoy!

Last updated 5.30pm. Latest news will be added to the top.

Puzzle-meets-tower defence game Gunhouse is available on Switch via the eShop as of today. Check out its delightfully mental trailer below:

Microids has announced that Super Chariot, a 2D platform game previously released on PS4, Xbox One and PC, is coming to Nintendo Switch. There’s no release date just yet — it’ll be incoming later this year, and will feature all previous DLC along with a new character and new items.

More Nintendo Switch news: World to the West is releasing on the eShop on 18th January. It’s a top-down action adventure previously released on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

Warhammer 40,000: Inquisitor – Martyr has just had a massive update for January, bringing with it a new terrain setting, a new playable class and the first chapter of a single player campaign. More information is available in the patch notes, and here’s a trailer for the campaign:

Flying Tigers: Shadows over China has just released on Xbox One. It’s available on the Xbox Store for $19/£15. More information is available here.

Bandai Namco released some new details on BC Project, set to release later this year. It’s a 4v4 battle game with unique and individual characters. The press release says: “Players will embody their favourite characters participating in fierce battles within a team of four where each character has a unique role”.

Yet more Switch releases: 10tons’ sport-themed arcade game Baseball Riot is coming to the eShop on 19th January, priced $4.99. Read our review of the console release here.

Dream Alone is releasing on PC on 21st March, with a Nintendo Switch version to follow at a later date. It’s a 2D platformer with an old-school horror aesthetic. Check out the trailer below.

Oh… Sir! The Insult Simulator and Oh… Sir! The Hollywood Roast are launching on — yup, you guessed it — Nintendo Switch this Friday. Both games are available separately: Insult Simulator will be $1.99 and Hollywood Roast will be $2.99. Read our PC review of Oh Sir! The Insult Simulator here.

Editor in chief // Kim's been into video games since playing Dizzy on her brother's Commodore 64 as a nipper. She'll give just about anything a go, but she's got a particular soft spot for indie adventures. If she's not gaming, she'll be building Lego, reading a thriller, watching something spooky or... asleep. She does love to sleep.