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Wired Productions has announced a new partnership with Flashbulb Games and StageClear Studios to bring Max: The Curse of Brotherhood to retail. You’ll be able to purchase the game physically starting March 23. Pricing is set at $29.99 / £24.99 / €29.99.

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, “a cinematic adventure filled with action-packed platforming and creative puzzle-solving”, launched on the eShop last month. The digital version can be purchased for $14.99.

We have a trailer promoting the new physical release below.

Source: Wired Productions PR

Stage Clear Studios has ported a few games to Switch. Max: The Curse of Brotherhood, The Coma: Recut, and Slain: Back From Hell have all landed on the eShop thanks to the developer’s efforts.

Stage Clear Studios also has another game lined up for Switch. According to the company’s website, we can expect to see Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut at some point in the future.

Slain: Back From Hell has been updated on Switch. Once the patch is applied, you should find that the game runs at 60 frames per second. It was previously 30 FPS, so the experience should be a bit smoother.

Source: Switch news

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood joins the Switch eShop tomorrow. Check out 21 minutes of footage in the video below.

Tomorrow, The Coma: Recut will be available on the Switch eShop. You can take a look at the game in the video below.

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood will be available on Switch this coming Thursday. Take a look at a bunch of footage below.

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood was first created for Xbox One, and now it’s heading to Switch. Check out a video below showing how the two versions compare.

Over in Europe, a demo for Max: The Curse of Brotherhood released yesterday. Get a look at some footage below.

Slain: Back From Hell is landing on the Switch eShop next week. Get a look at some footage in the video below.

Some of you may remember Slain, a game we covered on the site a number of times in the past. The game was slated for Wii U. Unfortunately, it was cancelled after Digerati Distribution decided that sales on the system were “just too weak to justify the port”.

Wii U is mostly out of the picture at the point, but Nintendo does have a new console on the market. Digerati Distribution seems to be taking advantage of the opportunity, and Slain: Back From Hell is coming to Switch. A listing on the European eShop reveals the news.

We have the following overview and trailer from the listing: