The Summer is almost over, and for most of us ‘ normal ‘ life resumes. With Autumn near, this means longer evenings with more time to play video games. Hopefully!
Let’s see what games are announced for the Nintendo Switch in September. Games that have our special attention are featured here. But with tens of games being released in the eShop every week, there will be many more titles available. So don’t forget to check your own Nintendo Switch!
- Torchlight 2 (Runic Games, September 2nd)
Panic Button is bringing Torchlight II to Nintendo Switch. Playing solo or with up to 4 players, you’ll face off against hosts of murderous creatures. The press release describes the as “fast, fun, and filled to the brim with action and loot.” The trailer is here.
- Spyro: Reignited Trilogy (Activision, September 3rd)
You will surely read more soon about Spyro here on the site, as several of our writers are huge fans of this action platformer. Soar through more than 100 levels. This remastered trilogy is in the spirit of the originals and now reimagined with lush environments and stunning new details.
- Root Letter: Last Answer (PQube, September 3rd in USA, August 30th in Europe)
This great game was available on the PS Vita first, and now it’s coming to the Switch. Read a bit more about it? Click here. And if you want to check our review, it’s here.
- River City Girls ( WayForward, September 5th)
If you’re a fan of titles like Final Fight, Streets of Rage, and Renegade, then you may be interested in the upcoming beat-em-up title River City Girls from WayForward. In the game, you play as Misako and Kyoko, whose mission is to rescue their kidnapped boyfriends (Kunio and Riki) from a group of River City thugs. Read more about it here. And if you want, you can check our review here.
- Gnomes Garden: Lost King (8Floor Games, September 5th)
Go on an adventure through a world of secrets and mystical creatures in this exciting casual fantasy strategy game, Gnomes Garden.
- Headliner: NoviNews (Unbound Creations, September 5th)
Award-winning adventure simulation game, where you control the news and its impact on society, your friends and career. Different choices lead to unique combinations of endings. Our review of the game is here.
- Creature in the Well (Flight School Studio, September 6th)
Pinball and Dungeon Crawler fans can look forward to Creature in the Well. In the game, players control “the last remaining BOT-C unit [which must] venture deep into a desert mountain to restore power to an ancient facility, haunted by a desperate Creature.” The trailer is here.
- Daemon X Machina (Marvelous, September 13th)
Daemon X Machina is a brand-new Nintendo Switch title with the strategy of a mech game at the speed of an action game! A while ago Nintendo put up a prototype demo in the eShop, inviting players to give their feedback. Paige shared her impressions with us (click here)
- Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch (Namco Bandai, September 20th in America, no European date yet)
Several of us are pretty exited about this title: Follow Oliver’s journey as he embarks into a world inhabited by familiars and foes in the hopes of bringing back his mom. Want to read a bit more about it? Read it here.
- Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening (Nintendo, September 20th)
Link has washed ashore on a mysterious island with strange and colorful inhabitants. To escape the island, Link must collect magical instruments across the land and awaken the Wind Fish. Explore a reimagined Koholint Island that’s been faithfully rebuilt in a brand-new art style that will entice fans and newcomers alike. In the past two months we have been sharing our Legend of Zelda memories ( Our Legend of Zelda Memories.) exited for this one.
And our review of Link’s Awakening is here.
- Northgard (Shiro Games, September 26th)
Strategy games are popular at LadiesGamers. In Northgard, you control a group of Vikings that seek to conquer and set up home in Northguard. The trailer is here.
- Dragon Quest XI: Echos of an Elusive Age (Square Enix, September 27th)
The demo for the game is already in the eShop, and what’s nice is that your progress will carry over to the full game. Paige gave us her impressions in this article.
- Ori and the Blind Forest (Microsoft, September 27th)
The game Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition is a must-play, award-winning franchise that tells the tale of a young orphan destined for heroics, through a visually stunning action-platformer… it explores a deeply emotional story about love and sacrifice and the hope that exists in us all. Interested? The trailer is here.
So looking forward to Link’s Awakening…that title in particular has a special place in my heart.
Also, Ni No Kuni and Spyro!
That’s three big ones! You’ll have your work cut out for you Carrie!