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Corpse Killer: 25th Anniversary Edition was announced for Switch last year, and finally released this week. View some footage in the video below.

Corpse Killer: 25th Anniversary Edition is out now on the Switch eShop, with a physical version from Limited Run Games to follow later. We have more information here.

Corpse Killer: 25th Anniversary Edition on August 27, according to the classic FMV game’s listing on the Switch eShop.

In case you missed it, here is an overview and trailer for Corpse Killer: 25th Anniversary Edition.

The classic FMV game Corpse Killer: 25th Anniversary Edition is heading to Switch, Limited Run Games and Screaming Villains announced today. A release date has not yet been shared.

Limited Run Games has already confirmed plans to produce physical versions, including a collector’s edition. Pre-orders will be held for four weeks on Limited Run Games’ website. You’ll be able to reserve a copy starting on October 30 at 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET.

Corpse Killer first launched in 1994. For the 25th Anniversary Edition, there’s behind-the-scenes footage from the game’s creation and more.

Here’s an overview of Corpse Killer: 25th Anniversary Edition, along with a trailer:

Double Switch: 25th Anniversary Edition will be released on Switch, Tyler Hogle of Screaming Villains confirmed during an interview with On the Shelf. Limited Run Games is handling the port. Currently the goal is to have it ready in January.

Note that only a digital release is confirmed at present. Limited Run Games has not yet announced a physical copy.

After previously failing to release on Nintendo consoles dating all the way back to 1992, Night Trap: 25th Anniversary Edition finally appeared on Switch this week. We have the official launch trailer below.


During a live stream today, Limited Run Games showed off the first footage of Night Trap on Switch. We have the relevant recording below.

Night Trap: 25th Anniversary Edition is coming to Switch, Limited Run Games has announced. A release is tentatively planned for this summer.

There was some talk about Night Trap heading to Switch last year. Screaming Villains apparently was willing to let it happen, but said Nintendo “pulled out two days later for a very random reason.” That reason was never clarified

A Switch version of Night Trap hasn’t come to fruition thus far. Nintendo was apparently open to the idea, but quickly shut the door soon after the go-ahead was given.

Enter Nicalis, one of the premiere third-party publishers on Switch out of the gate. Company boss Tyrone Rodriguez has expressed interest in working with Screaming Villains to bring Night Trap to Switch. It’ll probably take some time for the project to come to fruition – if it even happens at all – but this is a hopeful first step.

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