Nintendo switch games coming soon: Energy Invasion and Furi will be available on January 11, 2018. Nintendo Switch games and software are available on both physical flash-based ROM cartridges and digital distribution via Nintendo eShop.
Games distributed at retail are stored on proprietary cartridges, similar in design to the game cards used for Nintendo DS and 3DS games, albeit smaller and thinner than the DS/3DS cartridges.
Energy Invasion is a single player arcade game inspired by the classic Breakout. Unlike the original game, your ball does not break blocks on its own, but can launch missiles in a chosen direction. It features a lot of bonuses with bright graphic effects and levels with dangerous enemies.
Nintendo switch games release more game for 2018, up to 15 new games could be announced later this month, not including whatever new DLC might be in the works.
Furi is confirmed for release on Nintendo Switch next Thursday January 11th, 2018.
Our content complete, challenging dash-and-slash adventure will be available via the Nintendo eShop,
It’s been announced by developer The Game Bakers that the title will be porting over to the hybrid console next week. Furi first released last summer for the Playstation 4, PC and Xbox One, players ate it up.
“The Switch edition includes the boss roster-expanding “One More Fight” DLC, the option to speedrun its ultra-challenging Furier difficulty mode (never before available on console), and all improvements and updates previously added to the game.”
Nintendo Switch offers integration with third-party social networking services to provide social and sharing features. Unlike the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, Nintendo does not plan to offer first-party social networking services, such as Miiverse or StreetPass, the latter owing to Nintendo’s promotion of Switch as primarily being a home console.
Was it because of everyone loves Super Mario, a week after the launch, Nintendo reported that the Switch was the fastest-selling console in the company’s history, with strong sales in North America and Europe, despite initial concerns about hardware issues from reviewers.