Limited Run Games announce loads of new games for Switch

What an E3 display that was!

Limited Run Games brought their A-game to E3 with a slew of announcements of games getting the physical treatment on Switch in the future.

You wanted it, and now it’s coming: Golf Story is going physical!

First up was a game loads of people have demanded in physical form: Golf Story. Sidebar Games’ eShop hit will release in September.

Layers of Fear: Legacy is getting a physical release. We want to get our hands on one of those massive paintings they promoted the game with…

Then, as part of LRG’s spooky Halloween offerings, it was revealed that Layers of Fear: Legacy will also come out in boxed form. That’s out in October.

Thumper, one of the earliest Switch eShop releases, is now getting the physical edition treatment.

Next up, rhythm action game Thumper, which we have a specific release date for: July 20th.

Oceanhorn is available to order physically now!

The next Nintendo announcement was a physical release of Oceanhorn, which though not an LRG game, is available now through the Limited Run Games website. FDG Entertainment publish that one, and the first 5,000 copies will be ready to ship within the next two or three weeks. Any sold beyond that will ship in September. Get your pre-order in by July 11th.

Cosmic Star Heroine is coming, with the release date to be confirmed.
Now we know: Night Trap is out in July!

Zeboyd Games’ epic RPG Cosmic Star Heroine was the next game confirmed, though we don’t have a release date for that one, but we do now know that Night Trap is going to be out in July.

It’s about time: Yooka-Laylee is going physical.

Huge news followed, as Yooka-Laylee from Playtonic is to get a boxed release in August. That one’s sure to fly off the online shelves.

Dust is coming to a Nintendo system for the first time, and it’s going physical.

As the big finish, we got the announcement of Dust: An Elysian Tail. That release is TBD, but we sure are glad it’s being added to the Switch’s library.

What were your highlights? Have you ordered all of the LRG series so far on Switch?