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As we reported last week, Back in 1995 will be appearing on the Switch eShop this Friday. Have a look at some footage below.

According to a listing on the eShop, the survival horror throwback Back in 1995 is reaching Switch next week. It’ll be out in Japan first on May 23, followed by the west on May 24.

Here’s an overview of Back in 1995, along with a trailer:

On top of the already planned port of Back in 1995, Japanese developer Throw the Warped code out today announced that they are also bringing a four-player co-op robot action game to the Switch in the form of Demolition Robots K.K..

Although no release date has been revealed quite yet, some preliminary details have been shared through the game’s official website. From the sound of things, a team of up to four players will be tasked to work together and destroy an entire city as efficiently as possible, as damaging friends will result in a penalty and less payout for completion of the job.

Kicking it off quickly, it has been confirmed that a prototype version of Demolition Robots K.K. will be playable at the Digital Games Expo 2018 on November 4 in Akihabara.

Some early screens of the game can be viewed in the gallery below.

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With a feeling of being ripped straight out of the 90’s, publisher Ratalaika Games has confirmed that the New Nintendo 3DS indie title Back in 1995 is now also in development for the Nintendo Switch.

Developed by the small Japanese studio Throw the Warped code out, the mystery thriller title is inspired by the classic feel of games on the PlayStation or Sega Saturn. Additional details, as well as a reveal trailer, can be viewed below.