Newly announced titles coming to Nintendo Switch
As you may have noticed, the weekly wrap up of what games has been announced for Switch has fallen into an odd pattern, that stems purely from the fact that more games are getting announced for Switch each week.
So taking a look at what the wrap was offering, rather than do it weekly, we thought once there were enough good games announced, showcasing them would be best. There will still be three listed at the top, the ones that we think are worth your attention, so with all that said, here are the games.
TT Isle of Man
TT Isle of Man takes players to a location with over 100 years of racing history, complete with a faithful reproduction of all of Snaefell Mountain’s 60.7 km of track and 264 turns. But this is not just about competing on this legendary course, you can train on one of 9 circuits, select from 40 official motorcycles and even take the action online, with 8 player races.
Sniper Elite 3 Ultimate Edition
The series is coming to the Switch in more ways than one, in Sniper Elite 3: Ultimate Edition, players will get to experience intense sniping in soaring temperatures, all on the go. This feature-complete experience includes all the additional content ever released for the game, and Switch-exclusive local wireless multiplayer and motion controls.
Destiny Connect: Tick-tock Travelers
The town of Clocknee is celebrating the advent of a new millennium when time suddenly comes to a halt and a horde of hostile animated machines appears. It’s up to a young girl named Sherry, her friend Pegreo, and Isaac, the time-traveling robot, to unravel the mystery behind the strange events. Together, they’ll revisit the past and peer into the future, learning some very interesting things about their families and their peculiar town.
The Long Journey Home
Raiden V: Directors Cut
The Alliance Alive HD
The Savior’s Gang
Now, a heads up on the next game, this is a series that has always been known for its more adult oriented content, the original game itself asked hard history questions, before you could play.
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