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Raging Justice is a game we first heard about last year. The 2D scrolling brawler is being developed by MakinGames, which was founded by former Rare staffer Nic Makin.

Today, Team17 announced that it has picked up Raging Justice for publishing. It’ll be released on Switch later this year.

For more on Raging Justice, continue on below.

Raging Justice is a modern take on the 2D scrolling brawler that pulls the classic genre kicking and screaming into the 21st century.

In a city held to ransom by a mysterious crime lord, two maverick cops, Nikki Rage and Rick Justice, fight to prove that no-one is above the law. Whether you dare to take on the criminal world alone, or enlist a friend in a co-op attack, Raging Justice delivers a multitude of ways to defeat your enemies. As you are smashing through a bar fight with a bar stool, mowing down enemies on a lawnmower, or battling terrifying bosses, you can choose to play as good cop or bad cop. Will you arrest the criminals, or pummel them to the ground? The path you choose has consequences and leads to alternate endings.

Raging Justice is a modern game born of a classic era. With online multiplayer, stylistic stop-motion effect HD graphics, and bombastic soundtrack, Raging Justice doesn’t hold back.

Claws of Furry was originally planned for a January release on Switch. That didn’t happen, but the game is still on the way. Terahard now has it lined up for sometime this spring.

Along with today’s news, a new trailer for Claws of Furry has been released. We have that below along with more information about the game.

This week’s European Nintendo Downloads are as follows:

Switch Retail

3D Minigolf – €19.99

Sky Force Reloaded lands on Switch today as a digital download. We’ve gone ahead and posted the official launch trailer below.

Twin Robots, having previously appeared on Wii U, will now release on Switch. Ratalaika Games announced today that it will release on Nintendo’s newest system as “Ultimate Edition”.

Twin Robots: Ultimate Edition was originally conceived as a sequel, but developer Thinice Games decided it would be better to build upon the work they created with the original and give it twice the amount of levels.

Ratalakia Games will share news about a release date and pricing “soon”. For now, view more information and a trailer for Twin Robots: Ultimate Edition below.

X.D. Network has announced that it will publish Muse Dash on Switch. It’s developed by PeroPero Games, a small studio in Guangdong province, China.

Muse Dash is currently in development, and the Switch port is being processed. The game will launch in April or May with English support.

Come watch a trailer for Muse Dash below.

Source: X.D. Network PR

Kero Blaster will be released on Switch, Playism has revealed. A new video in which the company shows of its Switch lineup confirms the news. The video also highlights TorqueL: Physics Modified Edition, Croixleur Sigma, and Detention.

Daisuke “Pixel” Amaya, who made Cave Story, was also the creator of Kero Blaster. It’s a “classically-styled 2D side scrolling action game packed with adventure.”

We have further details on Kero Blaster below, along with Playism’s Switch lineup video.

A couple of years ago, Brainseed Factory made the puzzle platformer Typoman for Wii U. That same game is now destined for Switch. Brainseed Factory is teaming up with Wales Interactive to make the port happen, the two companies announced today.

Typoman is launching on February 22 for Switch. You should be able to pre-load the game soon with a 20% discount. The sale price is $10.39 / £7.99, but the game will normally cost $12.99 / £9.99.

Find some additional information and a Switch trailer for Typoman below.

Listings on the eShop provide file sizes or a number of Switch games. These include Crypt of the Necrodancer, Owlboy, and more.

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