Upcoming Switch Games March 2020

March is here, and you won’t be surprised that this will forever be known as the March that saw the release of Pokémon Mystery Dungeon on Switch and of course Animal Crossing New Horizons. But, there are more interesting titles set to be released too!

Mind you, not all games to be released are on here. Alternatively you will see games that the big gaming sites don’t mention. These are the games that we are taking notice of, and if given half a chance, you can expect reviews for many of them! It should be noted that unless I have some personal experience with the game mentioned, the descriptions are mostly from the Nintendo website.

AvoCuddle – March 2

Superfoods have even infiltrated this classical 2D platformer!

AvoRa and Avoln live on AvoPlanet, a peaceful garden planet. They love each other, but sometimes they argue or do stupid things that hurt. The game starts with a peaceful view of the world breaks when we see the two Avos angry at each other. AvoRa walks stomps away to be alone – and very sad. Then AvoLn unfortunately gets kidnapped by stranger in spaceship where AvoRa starts his journey to search and free his true love.

Who knew Avocados had such feelings? Find CJ’s review here.

Lost Horizon – March 4

It’s the year 1936: When former British soldier and failed smuggler Fenton Paddock sets out to find his lost friend in the Himalayas, little does he suspect that this adventure will lead him across three continents to an ancient mystery that could turn the world upside down. A mystery that the Nazis are also deeply interested in, sending expeditions to the most remote corners of the Earth to hunt for occult artifacts in aid of their maniacal plans for world domination.

Enjoy clever puzzles in this point and click game with beautiful hand-drawn graphics, and full voice acting. Visit exotic locations around the world, and be part of a thrilling story that will mesmerize you for many, many hours!

Murder by Numbers – March 5

Los Angeles, 1996. Honor Mizrahi was just an actress on a hit TV detective show. But when her boss ends up dead just minutes after he fires her,she finds herself starring in her own murder mystery. Teaming up with SCOUT, a reconnaissance robot thrown away after a mysterious incident, she sets out to clear her name – and a new detective duo is born!

Investigate a range of murders across TV studios, glitzy award shows, drag clubs, and more. All by uncovering clues and evidence by picross-like puzzles.

ibb & obb – March 5

ibb & obb started out as Richard Boeser’s graduation project, and it made its first public appearance as part of IndieCade’s selection at the E3 2008 in Los Angeles. Catching the eye of Sony, the game was first published on PS3 in 2013. Now it’s come to the Switch, a perfect console for the multiplayer part of the game!

Find our review of this puzzle platformer here!

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX – March 6

This title hardly needs any introduction. Pokémon Mystery Dungeon games are well known by now, but this is the first title that’s come to the Switch. In this game you yourself are a Pokémon! You can meet and recruit Pokémon in a dungeon-crawling adventure within their world! Build a rescue team to take on mysterious, changing dungeons and strategically plan your moves as you venture forth to make the Pokémon world a safer place…and uncover your true purpose along the way.

Chloe reviewed the game, find it here! 

Save Koch – March 6

In Save Koch you play mafia Godfather, who is basically besieged inside his own panic room. Danger-danger! Someone in the Сity decided to take your place, and there is a sleeper “mole” inside your Family, who is acting as we speak. Time is running out, you have only six days to solve the plot, resolve who is standing behind this conspiracy, resolve the problem and send the challenger to feed the fish.

What makes this game so special is that each new game session of Save Koch is played in a completely different manner. At the start, the game shuffles the NPCs deck, which leads to all game events and, subsequently, your methods will be completely unique to that particular game session.

Chloe reviewed Save Koch!

Breeder Homegrown – March 6

Breeder Homegrown is a short horror game about a family dealing with a strange creature over several generations. You will encounter some puzzles but the game relies mostly on atmosphere, music and dialogues.

The whole experience takes about 40-90 minutes depending on how much you want to explore.

This Switch version is the «Director’s Cut» version of Breeder Homegrown. Dialogues have been streamlined, some issues have been fixed and if you look close enough, you might find some new little surprises.

Paula reviewed Breeder Homegrown.

Half Past Fate – March 12

Love is in the air, but work, life, and spicy Ramen keep getting in the way! From 8 hours to 8 years, this time-jumping saga will change the way you feel about fate forever. Relish in relatable stories about life, love, and the fate that brings us together.

My review for Half Past Fate is here. 

Mystic Vale – March 12

In Mystic Vale, cards combine in a variety of different ways to create powerful combos. Each turn you can purchase upgrades to your existing cards, making them stronger as the game goes on. Push extra cards onto your field to gain more resources, at the risk of ending your turn early. The player who scores the most victory points wins!

Mystic Vale is easy to pick up for those new to deck-building games, yet is challenging even for those skilled in the genre. Practice against AI opponents before you take the battle online, where you can find and create public or private rooms to play against friends or random players!

CJ reviewed Mystic Vale.

A Street Cat’s Tale – March 12

What mother can resist such a game? This is the tale of a kitten who has lost its mother. And of course, it’s up to you to help this poor, lost kitten survive until it’s old enough to take care of itself.

inbento – March 12

It’s clearly the time for cat games! This one is about a cat, but mostly looks like a fun puzzler.

Experience a calming, wordless story about cats and parenthood by solving adorable puzzles in inbento. Relax, tease your brain, and prepare tasty bento dishes. Arrange them in an elaborate lunchbox while sticking to the recipe shown on screen.

Complete over 100 fun puzzles, aesthetically served with traditional boiled rice. Immerse yourself in a silent tale about a cute family of felines and enjoy the tranquil soundtrack. Master the mechanics, follow the hand-crafted recipes, and beat all the bonus stages in this culinary logic game.

My Hero One’s Justice 2 – March 13

Based on the hit anime series, all of your favorite characters return in this 3D arena fighter that pits heroes and villains in the ultimate test for righteousness. Pick up after the finish of the first game and see what happens to Deku and the class at UA. As Bandai Namco states on their website: “The battle for justice continues, but this time the fight gets bigger, badder, and more quirkier”

Langrisser I & II – March 13

Langrisser is an SRPG series, but outside of the mobile game, only the first title had an English release (called Warsong). Now the first two in the series are being bundled in a package with remade art. A demo has released already that lets you play the first three scenarios of I and the fourth to sixth of II.

Paige takes a look at the demo (here), and will eventually also review the game.

SeaBed – March 19

SeaBed is a critically acclaimed yuri-themed mystery visual novel told through the perspectives of three separate characters: Mizuno Sachiko, a designer plagued by hallucinations of her past lover; Narasaki Hibiki, Sachiko’s friend and a psychiatrist researching the workings of human memories; and Takako, Sachiko’s former lover who has been rapidly forgetting her past, including how or why the two women drifted apart despite being together since childhood.

All three live in different worlds, but seek the same goal. To separate truth from illusion. To make sense of their own lives.

Maddison reviewed the game here. 

Animal Crossing New Horizons – March 20

Well, do I need to describe the game here? You’ve no doubt seen a lot of featured articles already on LadiesGamers, as almost all writers are eagerly waiting for this new time sink. Here’s the description on the Nintendo website:

Escape to a deserted island and create your own paradise as you explore, create, and customize in the Animal Crossing: New Horizons game. Your island getaway has a wealth of natural resources that can be used to craft everything from tools to creature comforts. You can hunt down insects at the crack of dawn, decorate your paradise throughout the day, or enjoy sunset on the beach while fishing in the ocean. The time of day and season match real life, so each day on your island is a chance to check in and find new surprises all year round.

Show off your island utopia to family and friends—or pack your bags and visit theirs. Whether playing online* or with others beside you**, island living is even better when you can share it. Even without hopping on a flight, you’ll meet a cast of charming animal residents bursting with personality. Friendly faces like Tom Nook and Isabelle will lend their services and happily help you grow your budding community. Escape to your island getaway—however, whenever, and wherever you want.

La Mulana 1 & 2

Take control of archaeologist Lemeza Kosugi and navigate through puzzles, traps, and deadly Guardians in order to claim the Secret Treasure of Life. You’ll need sharp wits, quick reflexes, and most importantly, all the courage you can muster. Will you succeed in unraveling the secrets of La-Mulana, or will you fall victim to the dangers that surround you?

This puzzle adventure platformer is released in two parts. In the second part archaeologist Lemeza Kosugi has gone missing, and his daughter Lumisa sets out to find him.

Dream Gallery – March 26

A puzzle game where the photo’s that are to be made, are based on the beauty of traditional Chinese aesthetics. Based on the description, this should be a relaxing game!

In this marvelous sunny world, fallen flower petals lie in profusion. The clear mountain creek gently bubbles. Red-crowned cranes leisurely stroll across the creek, casually pecking fish from the water. The gentle breeze rustles the edges of your clothing. And following the footsteps of the wind, a flower petal roams through the grand halls, and gently lands on your shoulder. By the fountain of dreams, you gaze into the fragments of memory, and begin to ponder.

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 – March 27

Re-live the original ONE PIECE story from Fushia village, where everything started, to the kingdom of Dressrosa, a mysterious island dominated by the evil “Heavenly Demon” himself, Donquixote Doflamingo. Gather members of the Straw Hat Crew and sail to the most illusive places and enter epic battles: Marineford, Fishman Island, Punk Hazard and Dressrosa! The deluxe edition includes many of the previously released DLC and provides players with all of the fun and excitement right from the anime.

Operencia: the Stolen Sun – March 31

Operencia: The Stolen Sun embraces everything you love about classic first-person dungeon-crawlers, enhancing the old-school turn-based RPG experience with modern sensibilities. Gather your team of memorable characters and guide them through a world inspired by Central European mythology, where history meets legend. Unreal Engine 4 powers breathtaking environments, from traditional tombs and dungeons to enchanted castles and a forest made of copper.



  1. I was excited and then on the fence and a few days ago just manage to grab a switch lite ( which I told my old man I AM NOT interested cos of the price ) for $169 on ebay after watching some YT ( not the official AC direct ) video…. now excited again. Surprisingly, I prefer the lite over the standard one. The standard gave me nausea ( both handheld and docked ), but not the lite ( as of now, I don’t feel sick playing )

    I didn’t even know about Cooking Mama coming to Switch ( maybe heard of but forgotten, lol! ) Was looking forward to Pokemon Dungeon but it’s an old game I’ve already played so not getting unless it drop to no more than $30 ( same as why I didn’t get RF 4 but am waiting for RF5 thou )

    1. Sab, I’m curious. You have both the standard Switch and a Lite one. Is the screen in the latter really smaller and harder to read? As I find the lettering in games small and hard to read, I wonder if I’d ever give up my big standard Switch for a smaller Lite.

      1. Yes the Screen is smaller, Compare to Vita is slightly bigger screen (it’s like in-between the Standard Switch and Vita ). You can Zoom in ( even on the Standard ) And After playing on it for a week.. I really prefer this over the Standard. It’s lighter, battery wise, I can feel the difference between the Original model “HAC-001” ( not sure about the “red box” one ) and this lite.

        Is there any shop you can try hands on with games on, so you can see the difference. To me it’s not a huge different txt size wise thou and I mostly prefer playing handheld mode. Isn’t certain games are not playable on the lite?

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