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New Nintendo Switch releases (July 20-25,2020)

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But can it run Crysis? The Nintendo Switch can. Maybe. Here is this week’s lineup of brand new Nintendo Switch eShop releases.
But can it run Crysis? The Nintendo Switch can. Maybe. Here is this week’s lineup of new Nintendo Switch eShop releases.
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But can it run Crysis? The Nintendo Switch can. Maybe. Here is this week’s lineup of new Nintendo Switch eShop releases.
Crysis Remastered is the latest in a long line of technically demanding games to be ported to the Switch. The game’s recent trailer was impressive enough, but can a dialled-back 30FPS 720p port really be deemed a remaster? Maybe not, but if it runs well enough, the prospect of handheld play might tempt us back to the Lingshan Islands.
One new game that should be equally impressive either on TV or in your hands is Carrion from Phobia Games Studio. It’s an exquisitely animated reverse horror game in which you control an amorphous beastie trapped in a strange facility.
Ace Team’s humorous tower defence action series also returns with Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break. This time around, players can create and edit levels to share online.
And puzzle fans should definitely take a look at Creaks. The latest game from Amanita Design follows in the footsteps of Samorost and Machinarium with intricate hand-drawn visuals, and a subtle, melancholic narrative.
Other new Nintendo Switch games include Aeolis Tournament, Mittelborg: City of Mages, and Rainswept.
We’ll update this post with any late additions throughout the week. In the meantime, here is the confirmed lineup of new Nintendo eShop releases.
My Nintendo members should also check out the summer eShop Double Gold Points promotion.
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Take a look at next week’s lineup of new PlayStation 4 video game releases.
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Take a look at next week’s lineup of new PlayStation 4 video game releases.
Quirky tower-defence game Rock of Ages 3: Make & Break is one of the highlights from next week’s crop of new PlayStation Store releases. ACE Team’s game comes with a variety of new gameplay ideas, but we’re most excited to try the new level editor.
We’re also excited to see Amanita Design return with a brand new game. Creaks features an intricate and beautiful world, head-scratching puzzles, and a story starring “avian folk and seemingly deadly furniture monsters.”
If you’re looking for something faster-paced, Dying Light: Hellraid is new DLC for Techland’s popular first-person horror game. The add-on features new game modes set in a hellish landscape populated by demonic enemies. It looks a bit like Doom x Dark Souls + Diablo.
Other new PS4 releases include Dragon Marked for Death, Tannenberg, and Rainswept.
We are still waiting on confirmed dates for a couple of new PS4 games. We’ll update this page throughout the week with any additions.
Bookmark the Thumbsticks new releases page for the latest video games. You can also follow us on social media via Flipboard, Facebook, Google News, and Twitter.
Found it interesting, entertaining, useful, or informative? Maybe it even saved you some money. That’s great to hear! Sadly, independent publishing is struggling worse than ever, and Thumbsticks is no exception. So please, if you can afford to, consider supporting us via Patreon or buying us a coffee.

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