Francisco Téllez de Meneses is bringing both Ghost and Unepic to the Switch sometime in the future.
Though you might have had the chance to grab it when it was briefly available on the European eShop a few weeks ago, the Rayman Legends demo is now available much more officially in the West.
Curve Digital have announced two more titles that are currently Switch bound, planning to bring us Human: Fall Flat and The Flame In the Flood.
Angry Mob Games are bringing their party style fighting game to Switch sometime later in 2017.
Ask An Enemy Studios have revealed that they’re bringing A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher to the Nintendo Switch.
The official Twitter account for the game has revealed that it will indeed be hitting Switch in September.
Set two decades after the fall of Earth, Implosion – Never Lose Hope is a sci-fi hack and slash action game – putting you in the shoes of a survivor wielding an advanced War-Mech suit. It’s a very good looking game, but looks aren’t everything, and this game wouldn’t be one to judge by its cover. Implosion is an okay game covered in a pretty shell, and you should probably know what you’re getting into before you pick it up.
This week we see another full release list, with seven games hitting both regions simultaneously and only one hitting North America in catch-up. Once again, there’s lots new to buy – plus, there’s some discounts and demo content to grab this week too!
Thanks to the magic of time zones, it’s already the 10th in Japan – which means you can already grab that demo you’ve been eagerly looking forward to.
While previously dealing with an “August 2017” release window, we’ve now gotten a more solid release date a bit further down the line.