Continuing on from last week’s madness, this week’s Switch Player Weekly Round-Up has another eight reviews for you to sink your teeth into, as well as the usual top news stories that you may have missed. Check out our list of articles and reviews below and make sure to catch up on anything that slipped you by!
Top News Stories This Week
Retro City Rampage DX physical edition coming to Switch
Developer of Retro City Rampage DX, Vblank Entertainment, has announced a physical edition of Retro City Rampage DX for Nintendo Switch. If you love getting your hands on the physical versions of games rather than downloading them all to your console, this one may well be about to fire its way on to your wishlist!
Mutant Mudds Collection coming exclusively to Switch
Developer Atooi has announced that The Mutant Mudds Collection is on its way and its coming exclusively to Nintendo Switch! Find out when it’s coming to the console, and learn more about the collection, in our full article!
Dragonball Xenoverse 2 gets new DLC characters
Bandai Namco has revealed that Dragonball Xenoverse 2 will be getting some more DLC characters later this year – and there’s a shiny new trailer to show them off! Lovely stuff!
Unity looking to improve Switch Development
According to some Switch developers, Unity hasn’t been the easiest game engine to work with when developing for the console. Luckily, it appears that they are on the case and are working closely with Nintendo to help improve Switch development.
The Flame in the Flood comes to Nintendo Switch this month
London based publisher Curve Digital has been teasing a Switch announcement on its Twitter page just recently and, finally, we now know a little more. The Flame in the Flood, a rouge-like, survivial game developed by The Molasses Flood, will be coming to the Switch this month!
Projection: First Light Confirmed for Switch
Shadowplay Studios have announced that they’ll be bringing their puzzle-platformer game, Projection: First Lightm to Nintendo Switch. Check our full article to see a trailer showing off the game!
Roguelike Tangledeep announced for Switch
Impact Gameworks has announced that their early access title Tangledeep will be heading to Switch in early 2018. The game is a rogue-like dungeon crawler designed as a tribute to old school RPG’s – take a look if you’re interested!
Golf Story seems to have been quite the success – fans who have played the game can’t seem to heap enough praise on to it. Find out why it’s “the best sports game on the Nintendo Switch” in our full review!
One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition
Mixing licensed characters from the One Piece anime and manga with combo-smashing, fighting action, One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition is hoping to win over both fans of the series, and perhaps those less familiar with the source material. Find out if it manages to do this in our review!
A series that saw more releases on Nintendo 3DS than puzzle books have seen actually fully completed crosswords (probably not true), Picross S is the first Picross game to arrive on the Nintendo Switch. The question is: does it stand out from the crowd and do anything differently? Why not read up on our thoughts here?
Phantom Trigger is an interesting one, combining a repetitive hack-and-slash style of gameplay with an oddly compelling and unexpected narrative. Find out if the game could be for you in our review!
Astro Bears Party
A party game that sees bears running around in circles trying to trip each other up with their “magical beary ribbons”, Astro Bears Party is a bit of a mad concept, but one that seems to work rather well. We’ve got the bear necessities (sorry) and more in our review here!
The Jackbox Party 1
A game that promises the option to have 100 players playing the same game at the same time – what!? If you’re intrigued by the prospect of some utter, party madness – read our review!
The Jackbox Party 2
You’ve (hopefully) just read our review of The Jackbox Party 1 – well, now get ready for The Jackbox Party 2! Is it better than the original? Read here to find out!
36 Fragments of Midnight
Potentially the shortest game to be released on the Nintendo Switch, 36 Fragments of Midnight is an interesting release. If you want to find out more, check out our review!