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GameFly, GameStop listings indicate Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers and Monster Jam Crush It are Switch-bound

Posted on June 29, 2017 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch

A pair of new Switch games appear to be bound for Switch from CokeM Interactive. Both could be out in October.

GameFly and GameStop both list Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers, which previously came to other platforms such as 3DS. The two retailers also suggest that Monster Jam Crush It is planned for Switch.

GameFly often tends to be accurate with its listings, so we’re inclined to believe these are accurate.

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  • anthony

    That Cartoon Network game was trash. Had it on PS4 and hated it, it screams of laziness, so I could care less if it comes on Switch or not. Shame too, because that’s probably the closest we’ll get to a Gumball game.

    Can’t really say anything about the Monster Jam game, since i never was a fan of franchise, though I find it weird how they’re rereleasing a game from 2007 that probably wasn’t even that popular.

    • Fandangle

      it screams of laziness

      Sounds like CN alright. That place has been in the dump since the CN Real bull.

  • Coonfoot

    Man, whatever happened to decent console games based on animated TV shows? All we get out of CN anymore is cheap trash like this. Them thinking it’s good enough for a re-release on Switch is baffling.

    • Lance Devon

      Sega Genesis could only last fpr so long. And the re-release is probably because the hype of the Switch momentum and the sheer fact CN games usually sell off brand alone.

    • Evan Gustavson

      Whatever happened to decent animated TV shows?
      All CN spews out is cheap trash, be it TV or games…
      The worse part is they reboot their actual decent-good shows (Teen Titans, Ben 10, and… I suppose Powerpuff Girls) as cheap trash, which only serves to tick off fans of those shows and ruin their reputation.

  • DeltaPeng

    unfortunately, a lot of tv licensed games do tend to be pretty bad. There were some good ones back in the day (Lion King and Aladdin for SNES), but aside from that..? Hmm……

    They need to like, instead of having people pay them for the rights to use their characters in the games, maybe like pay (or give an extreme discount) a more established dev (like Nintendo) to use their characters and make something awesome.

    I guess some of those classic Power Rangers games on Genesis/SNES were pretty good.