Nintendo Switch Download News June 23rd 2022
Highlights this week include: “Fall Guys” (release), “Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes” (release) and “Sonic Origins Digital Deluxe” (release)
“Fall Guys” (Epic Games)
“Fall Guys” is a free, cross-platform, massively multiplayer, party royale game where you and your fellow contestants compete through escalating rounds of absurd obstacle course chaos until one lucky victor remains!
Set in Fódlan, a land governed by three powers, Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes takes the world and characters of Fire Emblem: Three Houses and spins a new tale.
Enjoy fights that fuse action and tactics. Directly control characters and mow down hordes of enemies in intense Warriors action, while giving orders to allies. Think tactically as you decide where to advance, based on the state of the battlefield. Between battles, interact with charming characters from Fire Emblem: Three Houses.
What awaits in this as-yet unseen story? Will it be hope … or despair?
“Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes” (Nintendo)
Relive the classic collected adventures of “Sonic The Hedgehog”, “Sonic The Hedgehog 2”, “Sonic 3 & Knuckles”, and “Sonic CD” in the newly remastered Sonic Origins! From the iconic “Green Hill Zone” to the treacherous “Death Egg Robot”, you'll speed down memory lane to thwart the sinister plans of Doctor Robotnik in polished high definition! This latest version includes new areas to explore, exclusive animations, and a brand new Anniversary mode!
“Sonic Origins Digital Deluxe” includes the Premium Fun Pack plus Classic Music Pack, featuring Hard Missions, Letterbox Background, Bonus Character Animations in-menu & music player, and additional re-mastered music tracks.
In a world enshrouded by darkness, deep inside a factory, the light of hope still shines. “ElecHead” has you play as Elec, a small robot on a mission to bring light back to the world. When Elec touches walls, floors, platforms, switches, and more, he makes electricity run through them, activating them. He can also detach and throw his head to trigger things remotely, but be careful: if he doesn't get his head back within ten seconds, he will shut down. Elec will have to use his head, literally and figuratively, to find a way out of this trap-ridden facility.
“Capcom Fighting Collection” (Capcom)
Ten of Capcom’s most popular arcade games in one bumper collection! A wide variety of titles are included from series such as Street Fighter and Darkstalkers, Cyberbots, and the first home console port of Red Earth! And of course, all titles support online play! This is the perfect collection for both arcade veterans who remember the titles, and those who want to get into them for the first time!
“Roller Champions” (Ubisoft)
Skate, tackle, and roll your way up to glory in “Roller Champions”. Discover a free-to-play, team PvP sports game like no other! Welcome to 2032. Arenas are built all over the world and fans rush to the stands to admire their modern-day heroes, the Roller Champions. They roll up to 100 miles an hour, tackle opponents, wall-skate, and dunk while thousands of fans scream their names.
As a Roller Champion, compete in a team of three against three. The rules are simple: take the ball, make a lap while maintaining team-possession, dodge opponents and score. Go for more points by completing additional laps before attempting a goal. After each match, gain fans to compete in bigger arenas. Customize characters and create a unique destiny.
“Milky Way Prince—The Vampire Star” (Fantastico Studio)
Live a summer of dysfunctional love through branching storylines, twists, sudden changes, and a special mechanic where you choose which senses to use with your boyfriend. In these moments, you will learn about him, his personality, and his past, making you question everything.
“Wreckfest” (THQ Nordic)
“Wreckfest” is jam-packed with upgrade and customization options. Whether you are preparing for your next demolition derby with reinforced bumpers, roll cages, side protectors and much more, or setting your car up for a banger race with engine performance parts like air filters, camshafts, fuel systems, etc., Wreckfest is shaping up to be the best combative motorsport game out there.
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