Super Rare Games hasn’t announced one, two, three, or even four physical Nintendo Switch games, but five – YeahFive new paper issues for the hybrid platform.
In order, there is a game from 505 Games, one from Daedalic Entertainment, another from Chucklefish, a fourth from Vertex Pop and last but not least is a game by Neon Doctrine. They are all coming soon. Without further ado, here they are:
“We are proud to confirm that we will release the physical version of ABZÛ on the Nintendo Switch! It’s a really cool and unique experience and we can’t wait to show you the physical version that we had planned. We’ll have info on this sooner than you think – stay tuned! “
“We’re collaborating with Daedalic Entertainment to release not 1, not 2, not even 3, but four games, all on one physical cartridge! The Deponia Collection brings together all the classics of Deponia cartoon adventure (Deponia, Chaos on Deponia, Goodbye Deponia and Deponia Doomsday). We will have more details later this year. ”
“We are excited to announce that we have teamed up with Chucklefish to bring INMOST’s painful nightmare to the Nintendo Switch in physical form! You can imagine how this beautiful artistic style will be translated into a physical release later this year! ”
“We enjoyed working with Vertex Pop on our release of the Graceful Explosion Machine so much that we decided to work together again on the physical version of Super Crush KO on the Switch! It’s a beautiful, vibrant and dynamic game, and we can’t wait to share it. More details about its physical release later this year. “
“Last but not least, we are excited to announce that we are partnering with Neon Doctrine to bring a truly great RPG to the Nintendo Switch. It’s a game full of environments, haunting enemies, and some really frightening bosses – stay tuned for more details on its actual release later this year. ”
Super Rare Games says it will have more details to share about each game closer to each release – which is happening throughout this year. Other “big surprises” are on the way too, so stay tuned.
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