Owlboy, YIIK, Nine Parchments Revealed For Switch

Owlboy, YIIK, Nine Parchments Revealed For Switch

Nintendo of Japan released a new episode of the Cat Mario show yesterday that showcased all of the wonderful indie titles that will be coming to the Switch, appropriately called "Nindies". New reveals include Byte & Barq, a police robot and his robo-dog, and celebrity star Twintelle who uses her massive hair as her offensive appendages.

Players will be able to enjoy Silkshots in the game as well.

Nintendo has announced three different retail versions of Splatoon 2 for Japan.

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Some exciting news from the Nine Parchments account hit Twitter today: The co-op wizard and magic mayhem game will be heading to the Nintendo Switch this year. It's called Arms because the characters have spring-like arms that zoom towards rivals to land punches. Heavier ARMS will beat lighter ones when both slam into each other, but will also slow down your movement. So now you have more choices, which is always good.

The single-player mode 1-on-100 is a time trial where you have to take down 100 enemies as fast as possible. Plus details on how online play will work, multiplayer and the rest of the roster of unique fighters. Ranked matches will be available as well as an offline Grand Prix that resembles a single player campaign of 10 matches. The Nintendo Pro Controller will work just as well, as mentioned here. While new gameplay footage is likely, Nintendo also plans to host a Splatoon 2 eSports tournament, challenging professional gamers to fling ink all over the place in a battle for the title. The Global Testpunch will run for two weekends starting next May 26. All users need to do is download the demo from the Switch eShop before the trial begins.

Although we find it awesome that the Switch is getting game releases, we're extremely exhausted of the long wait times between them.

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