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Europe: Here’s The Upcoming Nintendo Switch Releases So Far

If you live in Europe and own a shiny new Nintendo Switch you may be wondering what’s coming next for the successful platform. Shiggy over at Reset Era has provided a list of the upcoming Nintendo Switch games in Europe. Some of us are expecting a Nintendo Direct in January which will further outline Nintendo’s release strategy for the new year. However, here’s the games that we know about so far:

November 2017
Syberia 2 (Microids) – November 30, 2017

December 2017
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (Nintendo) – December 1, 2017
Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack (Nighthawk Interactive) – December 1, 2017
LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 (WBIE) – December 1, 2017
Gear.Club Unlimited (Microids) – December 1, 2017
Super Putty Squad (System 3 Software Ltd.) – December 1, 2017
Stern Pinball Arcade (System 3 Software Ltd.) – December 1, 2017
This is the Police (THQ Nordic) – December 5, 2017
Ostwind – Das Spiel (EuroVideo Medien) – December 7, 2017
Superbeat Xonic Ex (Rising Star Games) – December 8, 2017

2017
WWE 2K18 (2K Sports)
Battle Chasers: Nightwar (THQ Nordic)

January 2018
Lost Sphear (Square Enix) – January 23, 2018
Axiom Verge (Badland Games) – January 26, 2018

February 2018
Portal Knights (505 Games) – February 9, 2018
Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame (Milestone) – February 13, 2018
The Longest Five Minutes (NIS Europe) – February 16, 2018
Vegas Party (Fun Box Media) – February 22, 2018
Chicken Range (Fun Box Media) – February 23, 2018

March 2018
Penny-Punching Princess (NIS Europe) – March 23, 2018
Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings (Tecmo Koei) – March 30, 2018
Attack on Titan 2 (Tecmo Koei)

2018
Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap (Headup Games) – Q1 2018
Ginger: Beyond the Crystal (Badland Games) – April 20, 2018
Kirby Star Allies (Nintendo) – Spring 2018
Dragon Quest Builders (Nintendo) – Spring 2018
Constructor Plus (System 3 Software Ltd.)
Fire Emblem (Nintendo)
Yoshi (Nintendo)
Starlink (Ubisoft)
Payday 2 (Starbreeze)
Wolfenstein II (Bethesda)
project OCTOPATH TRAVELER (Nintendo)
Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Ultimate Edition (PQube)
Overcooked Special Edition (Team17)
Tennis World Tour (BigBen Interactive)
Syberia 3 (Microids)
Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition (Mojang/Nintendo)
Rocket League (WBIE)

TBA
Metroid Prime 4 (Nintendo)
Pokemon (Nintendo)
Cave Story+ (Headup Games)
Steep (Ubisoft)
Syberia 1+2 Limited Edition (Microids)
Aragami: Director’s Cut (Merge Games)
Soldam: Drop, Connect, Erase (Dispatch Games)
Tiny Troopers Joint Ops (Wired Productions)
Vostok Inc (Wired Productions)

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22 comments

  1. The ads on desktop start to play and the video “pulls” the page up so it keeps showing the video. Takes 4 times or so to get it to where I can scroll freely, either in the article or to the comments.

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    1. Thats been happening to me for a couple of weeks. I reload the page and then im able to scroll down, but if I want to scroll up, I have to go reload again. Ive been visiting less often now because of that.

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  2. Metriod prime 4 tba, hopefully we will get a glimpse of this at the next e3, I really don’t expect this game though until the later part of 3019.

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      1. Naw. That’s Square Enix. Remember it took FFXV nearly 10 years to release which held up the development of Kingdom Hearts 3 so we’ll have waited even longer for KH3. (Sony is actually closer to Nintendo when it comes to their game development time.)

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      2. Eh, FF15 has been the only SE game thats taken that amount of time, kind of like The Last Guardian which began development in 07 and released last year, thats a 9 year development cycle.

        For Nintendo, Zelda is the only one that takes up a long development time. As apose to Sony’s first party IP’s that get announced years in advance and Have ALL been delayed. Uncharted 4, Last Guardian, Gran Turismo, Driveclub, Horizon Zero Dawn, and The Order having multiple delays in this gen alone. Its gotten to the point that they just stopped giving out released dates because they themselves know that they arent going to hit targeted release date, but thats no excuse for announcing games that far in advance.

        Now SE isnt free of fault, as youre right. FF15 is holding up the development of KH3 because of the incompetence of the people running SE. They assigned nomura to direct FFvs13 and 6 years later scrapped his work. Now hes in charged of KH3 and FF7:remake. Which again, is going to hold back those 2 games.

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  3. So basically once I get Xenoblade Chronicles 2 for Switch, I’ll be right back to waiting several months for a new Switch game to buy? Ouch. (Least I still got my #1 system to fall back on to make the wait bearable til then.)

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    1. (Hopefully The Game Awards coming up or even a Nintendo Direct will reveal an exclusive for Switch I want that isn’t gonna take til Summer or further off to come out.)

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