New Games on Nintendo Switch This Week – Trials and Curses


Some games that may be sleeper hits have dropped at the tail end of last week, and now it’s time to brush of that relaxing weekend and dive into a new adventure with some New Games on Nintendo Switch This Week! We have some top notch tales to follow, and maybe a little platforming too. With so many adventure and role playing games to check out this week, denying yourself at least one of them is ill-advised. Speaking of things that are ill-advised, before you check out our list, don’t forget to pre-register for Dr. Mario World, a new mobile title hitting android and iOS July 10th. Now lets check out our New Games on Nintendo Switch This Week!

Azuran Tales: TRIALS 

Release: June 24th 2019

Trust me, you don’t have enough flying sharks and undead creatures in your life. Okay, you’re right, I don’t know you. You may work in a flying shark factory with a whole host of zombie co-workers, but there are relatively low chances of that. Wouldn’t you rather be traveling the world of Azuran, fighting monsters and dodging traps?  In Azuran Tales: TRIALS, you will “explore the secrets and mysteries of the world of Azuran. Face the trials put forward by Magrath, where death is never the end, just a moment of respite.”  Do you hear that? Don’t let Magrath win again. Get out there and fight your way through a challenging platformer in Azuran Tales: TRIALS.

Super Neptunia RPG 

Release: June 25th 2019

Are you a fan of heroes that also have amnesia? Yeah you are! What about 2D action side-scrollers? YOU KNOW YOU ARE! Well you’re in luck, because Super Neptunia RPG is exactly both those things in a artistically gorgeous package. Despite having multiple goddesses at your disposal at any given time you will also be able to “strengthen your Goddesses by utilizing Skills and Abilities that can be unlocked with weapons, armors, or accessories! Strategically assign Skills and rearrange your abilities for each battle.” Doesn’t that sound like something you can get into? Don’t answer that, the answer is yes.

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night

Release: June 25th 2019

If the word Metroidvania doesn’t mean anything to you, then you need to brush up on your words that should mean something to you that don’t mean anything to you currently. With gameplay that hearkens back to the days of sidescrolling wonderment, with lavish battles filled to the brim with excitement and challenge, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night means to return players back to the stylistic gameplay of yore and then exceed your expectations! “Play as Miriam, an orphan scarred by an alchemist’s curse which slowly crystallizes her body. To save humanity, and herself in the process, Miriam must fight through the castle and defeat the summoner, Gebel.” Let’s be honest, when has anyone really liked someone named Gebel? Probably never. If your name is Gebel, I apologize, please message me privately for an apology.

We. The Revolution 

Release: June 25th 2019

Viva la revolucion! If that doesn’t sound french enough for you, it’s not your fault. My french is rudimentary at best. What isn’t rudimentary, however, is the French Revolution. In We. The Revolution, you step into “the blood-soaked and paranoid world of the French Revolution, where often you could not tell a friend from an enemy. As a judge of the Revolutionary Tribunal, you will pass sentences and play a dangerous political game. At the end of a day you will also confront your decisions with your family.” What’s better than passing sentences on people that may be your friends? Telling your family ALL about it later. This strategy title will certainly have you scratching your head.

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