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Ten Prospective Switch Games (Mar 21-27)

Ten Prospective Switch Games (Mar 21-27)

Ten Prospective Switch Games

It’s a big week for the Switch, and you’re not going to want to miss any of it! Kirby and Forgotten Land, the highly-anticipated latest installment to the iconic Kirby franchise, is finally arriving this week! But that’s not all you should be looking forward to. The pink puffball can’t have all the spotlight, especially with the release of such titles as Rune Factory 5 – a series back from the ashes – the Western release of a popular Japanese arcade classic, and a run n’ gun with a twist! This week’s list of ten prospective Switch games is one you’ll want to read to the end!

If you like lists like this and want to check out some other games released last month, be sure to check out our last list and see what you can find! And if you want to get them for different regions, we’ll show you how to do just that in a way that’s safe, easy, and cheap.

Without further ado, let’s count down this week’s ten en route Switch games!

Rune Factory 5$59.99/£49.99 (Mar 22)

In the sleepy border town of Rigbarth, mysterious events are unfolding, affecting the runes that govern the balance between humanity and nature. As the newest ranger for the peacekeeping organization, SEED, it is your duty to protect the frontier town by rounding up rowdy monsters and keeping everyone safe!

When not on a mission, work with the people of Rigbarth to help the town flourish through farming, festivals, and friendships as the balance of peace begins to shift. Team up with townsfolk and embark on a grand adventure to unravel the mystery befalling the land, and venture into the vast, vibrant wilderness with friends from Rigbarth by your side to unlock powerful and stylish link attacks in fast-paced RPG combat. And when everything settles, maybe spend time finding that special someone…

Rune Factory 5 finally arrives on Nintendo Switch on March 22!

Tempest 4000$19.99/£16.00 (Mar 22)

Tempest 4000 is a visually stunning, action-packed tube shooter for Nintendo Switch based on the classic hit arcade game, Tempest!

Developed by legendary game designer, Jeff Minter, Tempest 4000 remains faithful to the original gameplay by putting you in control of the Claw, a powerful spacecraft equipped to destroy deadly creatures and other obstructions with rapid-fire shots on vibrant, geometric prisms!

With fantastical graphical environments, 100 levels, three game modes, and more, your goal is to eliminate all enemies as fast as possible to survive and compete for the highest score on the leaderboards! Do you have what it takes?

Find out when Tempest 4000 blasts onto Nintendo Switch on March 22!

A Place for the Unwilling$14.99/£13.49 (Mar 22)

A branching narrative adventure set in the final 21 days of a dying city, every decision you make in A Place for the Unwilling will shape your surroundings and the city’s fate. However, the clock is ticking, and the city carries on with or without you.

Speak to everyone from eerie politicians to chain-smoking child anarchists, work as a trader, socialize, explore the town freely, and play a role in the city’s hierarchy. Combining exquisite narrative depth and exploration with a curious setup, A Place for the Unwilling is a rich narrative experience where player choices truly count, set in a Dickensian world of color and Eldritch nightmares.

What fate will you choose? A Place for the Unwilling arrives on Nintendo Switch on March 22.

Kraken Academy!!$17.99/£15.99 (Mar 22)

Welcome to Kraken Academy!! This is no ordinary high school, no, not at all. Ghosts fill the art department, cultists meet below the monkey bars and now… crocodiles are eating children!? Wicked.

Join forces with a magical Kraken to uncover the Traitor, a malevolent mastermind, who could be anyone at the school… even YOU! Or not. Just be aware that if you don’t catch him, time will loop itself, giving you another chance, and with each loop, you’ll get closer to saving Kraken Academy.

While you must explore and investigate the school halls to save the world, there’s a whole range of other activities to dive into as well! Learn teachers’ and students’ routines as you explore every corner of the campus, attend a costume party, become a detective, and help the school’s janitor bring down a crime syndicate. And Join a club while you’re at it!

Get ready for school when Kraken Academy!! arrives on Nintendo Switch on March 22.!

Chippy$19.99/£17.99 (Mar 23)

Your name: Chippy. Your purpose: Eliminate all pixel-based lifeforms by breaking off their limbs and destroying their cores. Your objective: have an absolute blast!

Compete to be fastest on the leaderboards, watch replays from other players to learn their tricks, or team up with a friend in local co-op in this action-packed 2D shoot ’em up with the cutest, most powerful little tike you’ll see!

Chippy blasts right onto Nintendo Switch on March 23!

Thunder Kid: Hunt for the Robot Emperor$7.99/£6.99 (Mar 23)

The year is 201X. War has ravaged much of the continent, a rogue AI has rebelled against humanity, leading an army of robots to conquer the world. They have already claimed a portion of North America known as the Robot Empire. Trained from a young age as an agent of justice, it’s up to Thunder Kid to stand against the robot threat and save the world!

Thunder Kid: Hunt for the Robot Emperor is a low-poly 3D run ‘n’ gun action game controlled from behind the main character, shifting the perspective of genre classics and adding bullet hell elements for an all-new experience!

As Thunder Kid, you’ll have to run, jump and shoot your way across colorful and varied 3D environments, from forests and caves to cliffs and cityscapes, and take down enemy bots and massive enemies in a unique blend of modern and retro style!

Do you have what it takes to save the world Thunder Kid? Find out on March 23!

Andro Dunos 2$19.99/£17.99 (Mar 24)

Andro Dunos (アンドロデュノス) is a side-scrolling arcade game of the shoot’em up variety (Shmup).

Originally released in 1992 by SNK, Andro Dunos 2, sees players take control of the Yellow Cherry once more, sent to end the long war with the aliens once and for all.
With four distinct weapons that can be improved by collecting bonuses, you will progress through the different levels and battle hundreds of ships in your quest to end this war once and for all!

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Andro Dunos 2 finally returns for Nintendo Switch on March 24!

Aery – Calm Mind 2$9.99/£9.99 (Mar 24)

Aery – Calm Mind 2 is an interactive game experience designed to relax your mind and soul. Jump into the role of a little bird as you explore beautiful landscapes and collect magical crystals that mark these landscapes to complete the map

With no enemies or anger, in this game, you will be able to lean back and enjoy the scenery and the sensation of flying, perfect for relaxing and calming down after an exhausting day.

Of course, you can always select the level that you feel helps most to relax, and freely choose to spend time exploring the environment.

Just take a deep breath and dive into the word of Aery – Calm Mind 2 when it descends onto Nintendo Switch on March 24.

Devastator$6.99/£6.99 (Mar 24)

Devastator is a retro-inspired arcade twin-stick shooter designed for modern systems. Everything from the visuals, audio, and gameplay was designed, tweaked, and polished to create the most intense and satisfying twin-stick shooter experience possible, all optimized for the Nintendo Switch!

SYSTEM initializing…
Multiple virus infections detected…
Launching DEVASTATOR program…

You are the Devastator! Your objective: eradicate 15 types of viruses in 3 unique modes: Quadrants, Sectors, and Cycles. In Quadrants, the wave layout is constantly changing as you battle increasingly intense waves of random viruses for 5 minutes: in Sectors, 55 unique waves of viruses attack across 5 sectors; in Cycles, battle semi-randomized spawning viruses across 5 variations of 11 waves.

Complete your objective as and take back control of the System in Devastator, blasting onto Nintendo Switch on March 24!

Kirby and the Forgotten Land$59.99/£49.99 (Mar 25)

Float off on the latest adventure as the iconic pink puffball, Kirby, in his first fully 3D adventure! Explore vast, beautiful stages, discover a mysterious, abandoned world, copy enemy abilities, and save the kidnapped Waddle Dees from the ferocious Beast Pack alongside your mysterious new friend, Elfilin!

Kirby can now inhale real-world objects and transform using Mouthful Mode! Swallow up everything from vending machines, cars, even forklifts to unlock all-new ways to explore! And to ensure you’re not alone, pass a Joy-Con™ controller to a buddy to play as the spear-wielding Bandana Waddle Dee and help each other explore and battle through this colorful world!

Kirby’s latest highly anticipated adventure is finally here in Kirby and the Forgotten Land, officially launching exclusively for the Nintendo Switch on March 25! Pre-order now!

And those were our picks for this week’s ten prospective Switch games! Thank you for stopping by Nintendo Link for all of your Switch release news and updates. What do you think of this week’s offerings? Will you be picking anything up? Let us know in the comments below!

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