Nintendo Switch Download News, July 21st 2022
Highlights this week include: Live A Live (release), Endling—Extinction is Forever (release), Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium (release)
Highlights, New Game Releases
Live A Live Game, Dual (Nintendo)
Live A Live, originally only released for the Super Famicom in Japan, is being revived on Nintendo Switch! Experience this legendary RPG for the first time in the west, brought alive in the same HD 2D visual style as Octopath Traveler and Triangle Strategy.
Endling—Extinction is Forever (Handy Games)
Will a mother fox, the last of its kind, be able to save its three little cubs? Experience what life would be like in a world ravaged by mankind through the eyes of the last fox on Earth in this eco-conscious adventure. Explore Endling’s 3D side scrolling world and defend your cubs, three tiny and defenseless fur balls, feed them, watch them grow level after level, notice their unique personalities and fears, and most importantly, help them survive.
Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium (Capcom)
Capcom is taking you back to the stadium with another collection of your favourite classic hits! Come see what's changed, and what's completely new, in Capcom Arcade 2nd Stadium!
Severed Steel (Digerati)
Sent to an island far from home in the flying city of Gideon, Shane must pass the trials and return as an Engineer or face banishment. Connected via radio, Shane and fellow trainee engineer, Erin strike up an illicit friendship. A friendship that will change the way Shane sees the world.
Severed Steel is a single-player FPS featuring a fluid stunt system, destructible voxel environments, loads of bullet time, and a unique one-armed protagonist. It's you, your trigger finger, and a steel-toed boot against a superstructure full of bad guys. Chain together wall runs, dives, flips, and slides to take every last enemy down.
Make your journey through a wonderful, exciting, and breathtaking world and enjoy the feeling of flying on your search for Valhalla. Follow an interesting storyline through a peaceful and fantastical world to rescue the Vikings from their destiny. Convince the Norse gods that you are worth their blessing and show your incredible manoeuvring skills.
Redout 2 (Saber Interactive Incorporated)
The fastest racing game in the universe. Redout 2 is a tribute to classic arcade racing games and the sequel to the critically acclaimed Redout, where racing through the dystopian wastelands of a semi-abandoned Earth is one of the galaxy’s most popular sports.
EA Sports FIFA 23 Nintendo Switch Legacy Edition (Electronic Arts)
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