Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite Game was unexpectedly removed from the Nintendo ESHAP, but don’t worry, it’s coming back. In fact, it looks like it’s not only coming back, it’s coming back with a new update that improves the game. More specifically, save me if you can not find it Mr. Taco: Tasquette Taco-chan At the Nintendo Aesop, the game was removed from sale after its second anniversary.
Nickelis, a former publisher of the game, took to Twitter to announce that he no longer owns the rights to the game, so it has pulled its list from the Nintendo eShop. The rights to the game now belong to developer Christoph Galatti, who will bring the game back to the digital storefront through self-publishing.
At the time of release, it is not clear when the game will return to the Nintendo ESHAP, but we do know that it will return with a new update that Nickelis has not previously released. Meanwhile, the Steam version of the game was also removed from sale, but will return with the Switch version.
“After working together to develop Save me Mr. Taco: Tasquette Taco-chan As for the Nintendo Switch and PC, it’s time for Nickelis and Denios to go their separate ways, “Nicklais said on Twitter.
– Nickalis, Inc. (Icalnicalis) October 30, 2020
As for what the new update of the game will add when re-released, Galati did not say, but we know that a link to the game has been available for some time, but for economic reasons Nickelis has not been able to release it.
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