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On December 25, the puzzle-platformer Tamashii will be distributed on the Switch eShop. View some early footage in the video below.

XenoRaptor, a frantic and frenzied twin-stick shooter, launches for Switch on December 25. For a look at some footage, check out the video below.

The arcade-style arena shooter Demon Pit is heading to Switch on December 25. For a look at some footage, check out the video below.

Publisher Digerati has announced another upcoming game for Switch. In partnership with developer Vikintor, the puzzle-platformer Tamashii is heading to Switch.

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

XenoRapter, a twin-stick shooter, will soon be made available on Switch. Publisher Digerati and developer Peter Cleary today confirmed that the game is releasing on December 25.

We have the following overview and trailer for XenoRaptor:

Publisher Digerati and developer ctoday announced that the surreal shoot ’em up action game Straimium Immortaly will be launching on Switch this month. A release is planned for December 25.

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

Demon Pit, which was announced earlier in the year, now has a concrete release date. The eShop is showing that the arcade-style arena shooter with a classic 90s FPS aesthetic will launch on December 25.

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

Publisher Digerati and developer Failbetter Games have announced that the Kickstarter-funded gothic horror RPG Sunless Skies: Sovereign Edition is coming to Switch. It’ll be out on Nintendo’s console in the first half of 2020.

Also confirmed today is that Sunless Sea: Zubmariner, another gothic horror RPG from Failbetter Games, will be making its way to Switch. The title is also slated for later in 2020.

Here’s some additional information and trailers for Sunless Skies: Sovereign Edition and Sunless Sea: Zubmariner:

The intense, arcade-style arena shooter Demon Pit is heading to Switch, publisher Digerati and developers Psychic Software and DoomCube announced today. It’s expected to release later this year.

Demon Pit, which takes inspiration from classic first-person shooters of the ’90s, has players taking on endless waves of the demon horde in a constantly changing arena. Players will be tasked with securing a high score on the leaderboard.

The Coma: Recut made it to Switch at the end of 2017. Its sequel, The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters, is now in development and has been confirmed for the system.

Here’s what we know thus far: