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The text-based adventure game Self is releasing on Switch next month, developer dobell and publisher indienova have announced. A release is planned for January 16, 2020 on the eShop.

Here’s an overview of Self, along with a trailer:

Never Again, a first-person experience with horror elements, will soon be released on Switch. That’s according to a new eShop page, which lists a January 30 release date.

We have the following overview and trailer for Never Again:

Izanagi Games announced the interactive movie game Death Come True this week. It comes from Kazutaka Kodaka, the creator of Danganronpa. Some follow-up information has since been shared with news regarding platforms, and the project is currently planned for Switch.

Here’s an overview of Death Come True, along with a trailer:

Listings on the eShops provide file sizes for a bunch of Switch games. These include Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath, Super Crush KO, and more.

Here’s the full roundup:


A listing on the eShop has revealed a release date for Hypercharge Unboxed. The toy-based first-person shooter, which was previously highlighted in one of Nintendo’s indie presentations this past summer, launches January 31, 2020.

Here’s an overview of Hypercharge Unboxed, along with a trailer:

The cooperative puzzle-platformer will be released soon on Switch, according to an eShop listing. Melbot Studios will have the game ready to go on December 19.

We have the following overview and trailer for Melbits World:

This week, the Metroidvania-style adventure game SuperEpic made it to the Switch eShop. View the game’s launch trailer below.

Gameloft has issued a new patch for the Switch version of Asphalt 9: Legends. The update, version 1.3.3, addresses a couple of issues and makes improvements.

The full patch notes are as follows:

This week’s Switch eShop charts are as follows:


One of the new games announced during this week’s Indie World Showcase is Gleamlight. Coming from publisher D3Publisher and developer DICO, it’s slated for an early 2020 launch on Switch.

Unfortunately, the reveal hasn’t gone over entirely well. Gleamlight has drawn some harsh reactions to Hollow Knight, with some gamers calling it a “ripoff”. The comparisons can be found in responses to Nintendo’s tweet about the game, as well as on YouTube. Speaking of YouTube, Nintendo’s upload of the trailer currently has has more dislikes than likes.