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The investigative thriller game Telling Lies is on the way to Switch. It’ll be out on the eShop in just a few days, with creator Sam Barlow and publisher Annapurna Interactive having announced an April 28 release date today.

Here’s some information about the game:

Annapurna Interactive and Hollow Ponds have announced I Am Dead, a new puzzle game. It’ll launch as a timed exclusive on Switch later this year.

Here’s a trailer:

A batch of new footage has emerged for the Switch release of Florence. Have a look at the gameplay in the video below.

The critically-acclaimed interactive storybook Florence is coming to Switch, publisher Annapurna Interactive and developer Mountains have announced. It will launch digitally via the eShop on March 13.

Here’s an overview of Florence:

A listing from iam8bit reveals that Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition will be getting a physical version on Switch. Pre-orders are open here, with copies expected to ship early Q3 2020.

Meanwhile, Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition is out on the eShop as of today. View a launch trailer for the game below.

After a lengthy wait, Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition arrives on the Switch eShop tomorrow. Have a look at some footage below.

Kentucky Route Zero was announced for Switch way back in August 2017. Today, publisher Annapurna Interactive and developer Cardboard Computer set a final release date. It’s coming pretty soon, as Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition is lined up for January 28.

Here’s the full announcement:

To celebrate Ashen’s release on consoles (including Switch), a new launch trailer has been shared. You can watch the video below.

The co-op action RPG Ashen has officially landed on Switch. Have a look at some footage showing the game in action below.

Simogo has developed a number of acclaimed titles, including the Wii U game Year Walk. Its latest project, Sayonara Wild Hearts, recently debuted on a Switch close to a year after it was announced at The Game Awards.

Not too long ago, we spoke with the team at Simogo to discuss Sayonara Wild Hearts in-depth. The studio discussed how the backstory behind the name, wanting to make a game about the flow of music instead of the beats, and more.

Here’s our full discussion: