Upcoming vampiric strategy title emerges from the shadows 28th August Publisher Kalypso Media and developer Palindrome Interactive today shared an assortment of brand-new screenshots from the Nintendo Switch™ version of the upcoming vampiric strategy title Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars. The game’s turn-based combat makes it the perfect addition to the Nintendo Switch™ catalogue, allowing players to explore the over-world as a variety of different vampire clans and tackle each of the game’s three unique campaigns at their own pace. Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars will launch on 28th August for Nintendo Switch™ (UK), Windows PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Game Information: Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars is an engaging strategy game set in a dark vampire world in turmoil, that combines empire management and turn-based vampiric combat. Descend into a mythical world filled with horrors, legends and compelling gothic epos paired with a challenging game experience. Features: The truth unfolds: Discover the secrets of Nemire, and experience an enthralling story spanning 12 meticulously crafted […]Continue reading
The popular game dev sim finally “goes gold” on Nintendo Switch! After an amazing career across PC and mobile, Greenheart Games are finally bringing Game Dev Tycoon to Nintendo Switch this October 8th. An established classic of the genre with over two million players already replaying game history, Game Dev Tycoon’s upcoming Nintendo Switch release boasts an interface optimised for Joy-Con and touch controls. Game Dev Tycoon lets you experience game development history first-hand, from the passionate garage development of the 80s to the hundred person mega-devs of today. It’s up to you to hire the best team, create the best games and research the best tech to make your mark on the industry. Already a game dev star? Simply import your PC or mobile save to the Nintendo Switch version or between any of the existing platforms with the game’s brand-new cross-save support. Features Start a solo studio in […]Continue reading
Soon, Here Be Dragons will probably turn out to be the most hilarious tactical strategy and turn-based dice rolling game available on the Nintendo platform. But don’t take our word for it. Instead, mark the 3rd of September in your calendar, clear your throat with a drop of rum for some shanty singing, prepare your sailor suit, and make sure you’re ready for your sea adventure. Not all heroes who later became legends were dauntless, gentlemanly, and wise. In fact, some were lily-livered, mannerless, or plain stupid, and, frankly speaking, became “heroes” for all the wrong reasons. But you’ve gotta admit, playing as yet another heroic Chosen One on a journey to save the world for about the thousandth time is incredibly boring. So instead, Here Be Dragons will allow you to become a bit of a crazy captain accompanied by a dead parrot (no judging!), somehow constantly getting into trouble. Watch the Here Be […]Continue reading
Explore, Loot and Fight in Phase Two’s Fantasy Combat Adventure nIndependent developer Phase Two today announced that their squad-based RPG Battle Hunters will be bringing some classic fantasy adventure plus innovative tactical combat to PC and Nintendo Switch in October. The Kingdom is in Danger and the oldest and wisest wizard stands alone, the last bastion of hope, struggling to keep a nameless villain at bay. Players will command a team of 3 plucky adventurers, plunging headlong into dungeons, caves, forests and swamps as they heed the call for help from the old one. A huge variety of beastly adversaries and monstrous villains will impede your quest, hellbent on your party’s destruction as you make your way across different regions of the kingdom. Yet mighty heroes also stand ready to join the fight as your valiant band takes on the forces of darkness. From the Great Forest, inhabited by devious goblins and lumbering trolls, […]Continue reading
MO:Astray, the narrative action platformer from publisher Rayark Games and developer Archpray, leaps onto Nintendo Switch Sept. 10, 2020. Awakened in an abandoned laboratory teeming with otherworldly creatures and deadly traps, MO sets out on a journey of immense importance. Driven by voices in its head, the mysterious lifeform vaults across a hostile environment overrun by parasitic alien plants and a homicidal supercomputer, gradually becoming more aware of its mission and what caused the disaster. Scan MO’s surroundings and devise a plan to discover a way forward. Harness an arsenal of special abilities to solve puzzles and navigate a gauntlet of challenges. Climb and adhere to walls, spring from one surface to the next, and sail through the air to surmount any obstacle. When forced to confront enemies, MO can execute dash attacks and decapitate the infected. It can even latch onto foes and access their memories to learn more about this enigmatic […]Continue reading
Orangepixel preparing to launch the first of a dozen games on Nintendo Switch Dutch indie developer Orangepixel is launching Meganoid onto Switch on September 8th, the first of a slew of games coming from the veteran Indie game developer in the coming months. Including the Gunslugs, Heroes of Loot and Space Grunts series. Orangepixel, a Dutch one-man outfit, has been creating a wide variety of games since 2004. Releasing them on platforms ranging from PC, to mobile, to consoles like the 3DS and PS Vita. Covering various genres and always depicted in high quality pixel-art. And now, it’s adding the Nintendo Switch to the lineup of supported platforms. Meganoid is the first game being released on the Switch. A procedurally generated platformer in the vein of the original Spelunky. Combining roguelite gameplay with platforming action in a sci-fi setting. Every game session will throw new surprises at the player, with […]Continue reading
One punch, pull, push, twist, spin can change the world Today, Leoful and Busy Toaster Games are pleased to announce the official release date for Georifters for Nintendo Switch in North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia. Video game publisher Leoful and the Taipei indie team of Playerium; “Busy Toaster” Games are excited to announce the launch and pricing details for the platform manipulating adventure Georifters on the Nintendo Switch. Leoful will publish the digital version of Georifters for Nintendo Switch in North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Hong Kong on September 18, 2020. It will retail for USD29.99 (or local regional equivalent) on the Nintendo eShop. Georifters will also launch in Japan in 2020, so expect more details in the coming months. Georifter’s standard physical edition, which includes exclusive Pro Gamer Candy skin parts on the Game Card, will launch first in Hong […]Continue reading
Available on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC and exclusively for mobile on Apple Arcade Adult Swim Games, in partnership with Samurai Jack creator Genndy Tartakovsky and developer Soleil Games, has released the new video game Samurai Jack: Battle Through Time worldwide today. This original 3D action platformer is available for $39.99 on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation®4 and Xbox One, as well as Windows PC via the Epic Games Store and Steam. The game is also available on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Mac through Apple Arcade, Apple’s game subscription service on the App Store, with a 30-day free trial of the service and $4.99/month thereafter. Apple Arcade subscribers get the full version of the game including all updates and expansions, without any ads or additional in-game purchases. The game’s mobile edition was co-developed by Novarama Technology SL. Based on the Emmy® Award-winning series with a script from head writer Darrick Bachman, Samurai Jack: Battle […]Continue reading
In addition to video games available at retail stores, Nintendo also offers a variety of content that people can download directly to their systems. Nintendo adds new games weekly to Nintendo eShop, which offers a variety of options for the Nintendo Switch console, the Wii U console and the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. Nintendo Switch Online is a paid membership service that allows members to team up or face off online in compatible Nintendo Switch games, such as Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Luigi’s Mansion 3, Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield. Members also enjoy a curated library of NES and Super NES classic games, including Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Metroid and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, among many others. To find out more about the benefits that come with Nintendo Switch Online, to view membership options and to learn about a free seven-day trial for new users, visit https://www.nintendo.com/switch/online-service/. Nintendo eShop is a cash-based service that features a […]Continue reading
Expanded new edition featuring full VO, touch controls and more
Micro indie studio Mografi has announced that the highly anticipated Jenny LeClue – Detectivu, a thrilling mystery adventure filled with detectiving, choosiness, and friendship, will be coming to the Nintendo Switch on 26th August.
The Switch edition of Jenny LeClue – Detectivu features full voice acting, the ability to play the game like an animated movie with new auto-play dialogue, touch controls optimised for the Switch, localisation into 14 major languages and much more.
Jenny LeClue is a thrilling story of mystery, adventure and growing up. Set in the sleepy town of Arthurton, the game is filled with memorable, complex characters and rendered in a unique aesthetic. Jenny gets more than she bargains for when her mother is accused of murder and begins an unexpected journey to find the truth.