Jun 9
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The lovely indie JRPG CrossCode is finally coming to consoles on July 9. That means if you, like I, have been waiting for the Switch version to finally dig into the game about playing MMOs, there’s only one more month to go. 

May 21
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Sting Entertainment’s role-playing roguelike Baroque is coming to the eShop in Japan later this year. Originally released on the Sega Saturn only in Japan in 1998, the game was remade and ported to PS2 and Wii a decade later. It’s an incredibly interesting but obtuse game with a lovely soundtrack.

Feb 3
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Anime mech fighter Daemon X Machina is coming to PC on February 13. Previously released on Switch last summer, where it was published by Nintendo, the game is being distributed on Steam by Xseed where it’ll have all of the current updates and add-ons minus “some licensed DLC.”

Jan 30
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The Outer Worlds is coming to Switch on March 6. The sci-fi shooter RPG came to PS4, Xbox One, and PC last year. While the game will have a retail version, the box will only come with a download code inside. It’s not the best choice, it’s Spacers Choice. 

Jan 27
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Patapon 2 is getting a 4K remaster for PlayStation 4 releasing on January 30. The 2008 PSP game was a rhythm-based strategy game where band of walking eyeballs used music to fight monsters and rival tribes. The first game in the series was remastered and ported back in 2018. 

Jan 16
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The post-apocalyptic Russian survival shooter collection Metro Redux will release on Switch on February 28, Deep Silver announced today. It includes the first two games in the series, Metro 2033 and Metro: Last Light, which can be bought together or à la carte for $25 each.

Jan 7
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Hold onto your guns: Exit the Gungeon is coming to PC and consoles sometime in early 2020. The Enter the Gungeon spin-off, a side-scrolling twist on the main game’s roguelike bullet hell, was originally released on Apple Arcade last fall. It’s fun on mobile but is better with a controller.

Nov 26
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The Elder Scrolls: Blades, the series’ free-to-play mobile spin-off, won’t come to Switch until next year, Bethesda announced today. The port was originally supposed to launch this fall, but the company said that it needed to be delayed due to work on improving the game, including an overhaul of how loot works.

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