Daily NewsRadar: Killer 7 remaster, important Sea of Thieves patch news, a Lego The Incredibles game and more

Happy Monday to you, our discerning reader. You've come to the right place for the pick of today's news, all delivered in classy, tasting plate sized portions. 

If this Killer 7 remaster doesn't happen soon I'll cry

At a "Hoppers" event in Japan Grasshopper Manufacture promised it would remaster its cool kid classic, Killer 7. Japanese blogger and tweeter @steelballrunner shared the news, but added there was no date on the project. The studio will also give its other classic, Flower, Sun, and Rain, the same remaster treatment. Start praying at your Harman Smith shrines now.

Sea of Thieves has the best day one "patch" ever

If you check out the General Clothing Store in Sea of Thieves you'll notice Rare has finally found a way to make gamers pleased to see a day one patch. They've made an actual eye patch, with a cheeky one plastered on it. It'll only be around until March 29, so scoot! 

Lego The Incredibles game leaked by... Lego

The Incredibles 2 will arrive in your local popcorn emporiums on June 15, but the merch machine is already in motion. The Lego Juniors Incredibles 2 sets have popped up in Walmart, complete with an image promoting a Lego The Incredibles game for PS4, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch. Check it out here. 

Fortnite's leprechaun curse

St. Patrick’s Day celebrations took an unusual turn in Fortnite, with a leprechaun skin that shrank players. Celebrated streamer Ninja brought Epic spokesman Nick Chester's attention, who admitted the shrinking was not intentional.

The sweet sounds of Katamari Damacy

The exquisite merchandise magicians at Mondo have just announced a Katamari Damacy Original Video Game Soundtrack LP. It's a limited run of 3000 copies on two 180 gram colored vinyl discs, and goes on sale on Wednesday. 

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Become best buds with R2-D2 with nearly 50% off this remote control droid in Amazon's Easter sale

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Rachel Weber
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Rachel Weber is the US Managing Editor of GamesRadar+ and lives in Brooklyn, New York. She joined GamesRadar+ in 2017, revitalizing the news coverage and building new processes and strategies for the US team.