Bandai Namco bringing Go Vacation to the Switch

by Daniel VuckovicMay 18, 2018

Released back in 2011 on the Wii, Bandai Namco released Go Vacation. It’s sold pretty well, then again everything did back on the Wii and now it’s getting another shot on the Switch.

Go Vacation contains over 50 games, sports, and activities to partake in. You can play with your friends in either co-op or competitive modes up to four players. There’s also now local wireless support as well.

A resort vacation is always at your fingertips with the new GO VACATION game for the Nintendo Switch system. From sky diving and beach volleyball to tennis and even snowball fights, Kawawii island offers something for everyone, with more than 50 different games and activities to enjoy.

Created by acclaimed developer BANDAI NAMCO, GO VACATION includes a variety of cooperative and competitive games that can be played solo or with up to four players via a single Nintendo Switch system or local wireless (additional accessories are required and are sold separately). Several activities offer the option to use motion controls, making swinging your tennis racket and throwing snowballs even more fun and immersive.

Discover new surprises each day as you adventure through the four different resort areas on Kawawii island. While exploring – either on foot, on horseback, on a snowmobile or more – you’ll discover numerous collectibles, challenges and other opportunities to level up and customize your character. Decorate your own villa, enjoy a delicious meal at one of the food trucks and snap in-game photos of the dozens of adorable animals hiding in each resort. Regular challenges and presents, like special costumes and different dog breeds, will keep you coming back for hours of Kawawii island adventures.

On the surface Go Vacation might not look like much, but it was pretty fun back in 2011 – maybe it might still be now.

 Go Vacation will be out Summer (our Winter) in America, we’ll let you know when we have a local date.

Nintendo Australia have announced that Go Vacation will be released here on July 27th

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  • Oliver Phommavanh
    May 18, 2018 at 7:27 am

    Oh dear. When Namco said they were going all in on Switch, this was not what I wanted lol.

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