The month of January 2021 ended just a few days ago and Nintendo has therefore in the process broadcast his traditional video used to highlight the games that appeared on Switch during this first month of the year and that should not be missed. The selection is very limited this time, but the productions presented have everything to charm, ranging from indie using good old sprites at AAA ultra realistic turning thanks to cloud gaming.
Most of these titles should be familiar to you, but here is their description:
- Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: The Game – Complete Edition
Rediscover the beat ’em up 2D arcade game inspired by the cult comics and the movie Scott Pilgrim against the World! This Complete Edition includes the original title Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game plus its then released DLC, Knives Chau and Wallace expansion packs.
Play as your favorite characters: Scott Pilgrim, Ramona Flowers, Knives Chau, Stephen Stills and more. Upgrade your characters to learn devastating new moves, unlock secret items and modes, summon powerful allies, and more!
Team up with your friends against hordes of devious enemies, or every man for himself in mini-games like Prisoner’s Ball. Your ultimate goal: defeat the League of Evil Ex Ramona!
Agent 47 returns in Hitman 3, marking the dramatic conclusion to the Assassination World trilogy.
The world lives under the yoke of synthetic life forms. A desperate cry for help will launch Shadow on a journey in which he will attempt to uncover the origin of the perpetual destruction that surrounds him. Fight your way through hordes of tech monsters, thwart traps and skillfully roam the ruins of Mekacity. Only you can unlock the secrets of your clan’s ancestral powers in CS, the ultimate ninja action game.
Embark on a whole new adventure set in the heart of a world of strange and wonderful fish-planets. Explore picturesque environments, solve intricate puzzles, and uncover the truth about a mysterious little girl and her mechanical alter ego, Cubus.
If one of these four productions makes you want, cards eShop are for sale on Amazon and to the Fnac. And in order not to change, do not hesitate to share with us your favorites that have appeared on Switch in recent weeks in the comments.