Games announced for Switch this week – 26/11 – 2/12

What a year, can you believe that it’s December, in fact these weekly wrap ups have covered over 300 games, which is a lot, though with The Game Awards later this week, that could spike. But enough of the reminiscing, it is time to check out more titles that are coming to Switch. As always, if you know of a game we missed, be sure to let us know.



Clue is the classic mystery game – a grand mansion ‚Ķ a dastardly murder ‚Ķ a gathering of suspicious characters. Now you can play the beloved Hasbro family board game on Switch.¬†Join Scarlett, Mustard, Peacock, Green, Orchid and Plum on a night of murder and mystery in Tudor Mansion. Roll the dice to move around the mansion and ask questions:¬†‚ÄúI suggest it was Miss Scarlett, with the Rope, in the Study!‚ÄĚ


We. The Revolution

We. The Revolution is a unique game with a singular art style set in the blood-soaked and paranoid world of the French Revolution, where often you could not tell a friend from an enemy. As a judge of the Revolutionary Tribunal, you will have to trudge through this setting passing sentences, playing a dangerous political game, and doing everything in your power to not to be guillotined as an enemy of revolution. At the end of a day you will also confront your decisions with your family and very often they will see it differently.


Omensight: Definitive Edition

Omensight: Definitive Edition is a 3D action murder mystery game with beautiful cel shaded visuals. Players will take on the role of the Harbinger, a mythical hero chosen by destiny to save the world of Urralia, and relive the last day of all times until you uncover a way to destroy the power of the Dark God.


The Others


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Mana Spark

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X-Morph: Defense

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