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Punch-Out!! Inspired Game Pato Box Announced For Nintendo Switch

Bromio has announced today that their Punch-Out!! inspired title Pato Box will be heading to Nintendo Switch. You’ll have to wait some time though as it’s slated for release sometime next year. If you’re interested in controlling a man’s body with a ducks head in a boxing game then check out a description of the game and also a trailer to see what the game is all about below.

Pato Box is an adventure and fighting game inspired by the “Punch-Out!!” series, taking place in the building of a corrupted corporation.

You play as Patobox, a boxing champion with a special distinction of having a duck’s head in a man’s body. He has been betrayed by members of Deathflock, the same company that has been sponsoring him during his career. Patobox will find retribution by finding Deathflock’s henchmen while discovering the dark secrets the company hides and the truth behind his treason one fight at a time.

Dive through Deathflock’s building, explore and encounter a series of intense fights that will test your reflexes and awareness while Patobox’s story reveals itself.

– Innovative visual proposal inspired by the style of graphic novels.
– Original artwork fights mixed with a 3D world environment that feels just as if you were inside Patobox’s graphic novel.
– While you explore the world of Patobox in unique areas with traps and minigames, a story filled with mystery, flutter and tension will unfold.
– Using boxing techniques find and fight 7 different bosses with unique abilities and mechanics.
– Hidden collectables to expand the story, unlock “hard mode” and test the player’s abilities.



  1. You mean this year, right? Gematsu is reporting that its coming its coming early this year. Even a YouTube video about the game by the developer confirms it coming in early 2018. The writing on My Nintendo News is a bit off, and the website lacks an ‘edit post’ feature. I’ve been on this site for I think 2011 way back when I first started getting on Nintendo news ranging from E3 to Nintendo Directs. I sincerely hope that an edit button will be featured on the site as a maintenance update or something. I don’t mean to be rude at all, but I just wanted to recommend an edit button to not just edit posts, but comments as well.

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