Games announced for Switch this week – 14/04 – 21/04

by Luke HendersonApril 21, 2018

Another week and another massive batch of games announced for the Switch. This week have have a real strange mix, with a number of titles from Flyhigh Works, after they hosted their only little Direct type of announcement. While a lot of the games they announced have not been confirmed for release outside of Japan, a least one has, so let’s get to it.



Lanota is another game that jumps from mobile to Switch, this time it blends storytelling with musical rhythm gameplay. The developers are proud of their music element describing it as “it blends intuitive and stylish rhythm gameplay with dynamic beats and a rotating play area”. So release date as of yet, but I would imagine sometime by the middle of the year.


Kemono Heroes

You and 3 friends can join together in this action platformer, inspired by years gone past. The 4 players must fight back against Tsukigami, the Moon God, who is mad at the inhabitants of the forest and transformed all of them into stone. With multiple locations to explore and a system that will make each single day you play, feel different from any other, there is plenty to do here. No release date has been given at this time.



Breakers: Dawn Of Heroes

In Breakers: Dawn of Heroes, players will get to experience an immersive campaign with fluid touchscreen controls designed to give players the freedom and joy of an action role-playing game. Control your hero using just two fingers for a comfortable yet challenging experience in both single-player and multiplayer game modes. If you could not tell from the description, or the trailer below, Breakers did start out as a mobile game and is now making the jump to Switch.


Professor Lupo And His Horrible Pets

Have you ever wanted to be an intern, how about in space? Well here, you will get your chance, as you, the intern will have to solve many devious puzzle rooms, in order to make it off the spaceship you are on, without being eaten. With over 100 levels to conquer and dozens of aliens that react in special ways, there is going to be a lot of trial and error here and if you fail, you only get eaten.


Yuppie Psycho

Join Brian Pasternack on his first day at one of the world’s largest companies, Sintracorp. Uncertain, unprepared, and massively unqualified, will Pasternack have what it takes to shine in Sintracorp’s hierarchy? It all depends on how he performs on his first assignment… and whether he survives it.


World For Two

World For Two is an adventure game centering on creating life in a dying world. Players will get to experience the story, through it focusing on a doctor named Dr. Began, who creates a robot that’s sole existence is too make new life. You are that robot, the game is also coming to mobile devices, but no release date has been given.


Another Lost Phone

A few months ago, we got the title A Normal Lost Phone on Switch the developers are back again, with the announcement of the sequel/spin-off. Scrolling through the phone’s content, you will find out everything about Laura: her friendships, her professional life and the events that led to her mysterious disappearance and the loss of this phone.



Developer Sushee might sound familiar, that is because they just released Fear Effect Sedna and now they have announced Goetia is coming, but what is it? Well, the ruins of any village are the silent testament to its final moments. The ruins of Oakmarsh are no different. Their telling silence, the dust blanketing what was once a quiet village near Coventry. The game itself is out this coming week, so not long to wait at all.


Battlezone Gold Edition

Originally released as a VR title, Rebellion has announced that Battlezone is coming to standard platforms, with the release of Battlezone Gold Edition. You will pilot a tank from a first person view point, completing the entire story, either on your own, or with friends. As this is the Gold Edition, it will come with all of the extra goodies released after the game was first made available. That’s all the tank skins, bobbleheads, and horns, as well as the fantastic Classic Mode based on the original’s iconic 80s arcade cabinet.


Tale Of Ronin

Tale of Ronin is a game about the human side of the Samurai. Live as a Ronin, survive the consequences of your choices in a dynamic world of turmoil and violence. An RPG game about camaraderie and betrayal, about war and peace, and above all honor. No release as of yet, but it is due this year for all platforms.



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So, I have been gaming since controllers only had two buttons and because I wanted to, I started my own site. Now of course, you can find me writing for Vooks as well

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