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SwitchArcade Round-Up: ‘FIFA 22 Legacy Edition’, ‘Survival Z’, ‘Takorita Meets Fries’, and Today’s Other Releases and Sales SwitchArcade Round-Up: ‘FIFA 22 Legacy Edition’, ‘Survival Z’, ‘Takorita Meets Fries’, and Today’s Other Releases and Sales Hello gentle readers, and welcome to the SwitchArcade Round-Up for October 1st, 2021. We’re kicking off the month with another hefty list of new releases, with a few interesting games and a few not-so-interesting ones. Also: some stuff in between. We’ve got summaries of them all, naturally. We also have a giant list of new sales, as we tend to on Fridays. Let’s check it all out! New Releases FIFA 22 Nintendo Switch Legacy Edition ($39.99) Hello gentle readers, and welcome to the SwitchArcade Round-Up for October 1st, 2021. We’re kicking off the month with another hefty list of new releases, with a few interesting games and a few not-so-interesting ones. Also: some stuff in between. We’ve got summaries of them all, naturally. We also have a giant list of new sales, as we tend to on Fridays. Let’s check it all out! New Releases FIFA 22 Nintendo Switch Legacy Edition ($39.99) SwitchArcade Highlight! SwitchArcade Highlight! You probably know how this goes by now. This is a Legacy Edition, which means there are no new gameplay elements or features. You get updated kits, clubs, and squads, and some new stadiums. The UI has some changes, too. Otherwise, it is identical to FIFA 21 which was identical to FIFA 20 which was identical to FIFA 19 which was mostly the same as FIFA 18 which itself was a Legacy Edition of FIFA 17 on PlayStation 3/Xbox 360. So yes, enjoy the same game with only the barest of updates for the sixth year in a row because Electronic Arts can’t be bothered to do more. It’s still going to sell like wild. SGC – Short Games Collection #1 ($19.99) You probably know how this goes by now. This is a Legacy Edition, which means there are no new gameplay elements or features. You get updated kits, clubs, and squads, and some new stadiums. The UI has some changes, too. Otherwise, it is identical to FIFA 21 which was identical to FIFA 20 which was identical to FIFA 19 which was mostly the same as FIFA 18 which itself was a Legacy Edition of FIFA 17 on PlayStation 3/Xbox 360. So yes, enjoy the same game with only the barest of updates for the sixth year in a row because Electronic Arts can’t be bothered to do more. It’s still going to sell like wild. SGC – Short Games Collection #1 ($19.99) This collection pulls together five short game experiences that haven’t been released on Switch before this. You get The Good Time Garden, Ghostein, Uranus, Swallow the Sea, and A Game Literally About Doing Your Taxes. They’re all amusing enough in their own ways, but do keep in mind that it’s not fibbing about the games being short. Like, minutes-long short in some cases. Still, there are some interesting ideas in play here. I leave it up to you. Blaze and the Monster Machines: Axle City Racers ($39.99) This collection pulls together five short game experiences that haven’t been released on Switch before this. You get The Good Time Garden, Ghostein, Uranus, Swallow the Sea, and A Game Literally About Doing Your Taxes. They’re all amusing enough in their own ways, but do keep in mind that it’s not fibbing about the games being short. Like, minutes-long short in some cases. Still, there are some interesting ideas in play here. I leave it up to you. Blaze and the Monster Machines: Axle City Racers ($39.99) The long-running educational series for kids arrives on Switch with this child-friendly racing game. Race as Blaze or one of six other characters from the show, collecting power-ups and trying to win the championship. Up to four players can race at once via local multiplayer split-screen, and there’s an auto-drive option so that even the youngest of kids can have some fun. I’m sure those who enjoy the show will have a good time with this, though keep in mind it’s probably not going to teach your kids as much as the show tries to. Survival Z ($14.99) The long-running educational series for kids arrives on Switch with this child-friendly racing game. Race as Blaze or one of six other characters from the show, collecting power-ups and trying to win the championship. Up to four players can race at once via local multiplayer split-screen, and there’s an auto-drive option so that even the youngest of kids can have some fun. I’m sure those who enjoy the show will have a good time with this, though keep in mind it’s probably not going to teach your kids as much as the show tries to. Survival Z ($14.99)

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