tinyBuild has posted a #HelloSwitch video in which they announce six titles that are heading to the beloved Nintendo Switch platform. Opening up the video is CEO Alex Nichiporchik who goes on to do detail the six games each with their own hype and gameplay trailer and general footage.
The Final Station puts players in the middle of a dying world in which they travel through by train. The ultimate goal is to make it to the final station, along the way you ensure your train remains operation and that you look after your passengers. The game heads to Nintendo Switch sometime this month.
You’ve heard of platformers, well Clustertruck is a truckformer in which players play a game of the floor is lava whilst leaping from truck to truck which are all driving forward at great speed. Dodge obstacles along the way and don’t hit the floor. Expect Clustertruck this March.
Punch Club is referred to as a sporting management sim, the player takes on the role of an underground MMA fighter as you try to uncover the mystery of who killed your father. Train hard and fight harder when it releases on Switch, May 2018.
The action stealth game Party Hard is coming to the Switch this Summer. Become a disgruntled neighbour to someone who loves to have loud rave parties, your goal is to put an end to the fun so you can probably get some much needed sleep.
Streets of Rogue wears many caps, it can be likened to a shooter, an rpg, a roguelike, a brawler, an action and even a stealth game, but don’t worry it blends it all together in a fun and unique way. Fight, sneak and hack through procedurally generated cities in Streets of Rogue coming to Switch later this year.
As soon as I saw the title of the even, I immediately knew what game was a certainty in heading to the handheld, home console hybrid from Nintendo. Yes, Hello Neighbor is coming, the survival horror stealth game in which players take on the AI in a battle of wits.
We love the third party support flooding to the Nintendo Switch and can’t wait to see what’s more in the future for a great platform.
Written by Rhys Baldwin.