After being released just about a month, Nintendo Switch is fast becoming a best seller for gamers of all shape and size. However, since its debut, the game playlist of this widely popular console consist of a limited library of games. Now, the company is proud to announce that it is adding four more enjoyable games to Switch e-shop.
This week, Alpha Mission II, Vroom in the Night Sky, and Lego City Undercover have been made available for gamers to further experience fun with the latest console. Coming up next to be available at the e-shop is the Canadian hit Graceful Explosion Machine. It is the first hit game by Canadian developers that is taking the gaming world by storm.
These latest additions to Nintendo's Switch game library came as an answer to apparent gamers' high satisfaction on quirky games. It's interesting to note that since its debut, the game's library launched with limited blockbuster games from popular series and franchises. According to CBC, except The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, most of the games that made Switch unique are from smaller, quirkier independent developers.
The biggest among Alpha Mission and Vroom is Lego City Undercover which was launched for Wii U back in 2013 before it could be played on Switch. It could be purchased at $60 on April 4 in the US, April 7 in Europe, and April 12 in Australia. The game is at 8.8 GB, and despite an earlier rumor, an extra 13 GB is not needed to play the game.
According to GameSpot, Nintendo Switch users will enormously enjoy the geometric shooting game Graceful Explosion Machine which is out now at $13. You'll be controlling a spaceship taking on waves of hostile aliens with a variety of sci-fi weapons in this retro-inspired game. Due to its massive appeal, new games are bound to keep coming for the Nintendo's latest gaming console.