Limited Run Games Switch Announcements - Golf Story, Oceanhorn, Yooka-Laylee, & More

Limited Run Games Switch Announcements - Golf Story, Oceanhorn, Yooka-Laylee, & More - News

by Adam Cartwright , posted on 12 June 2018 / 1,985 Views

During its E3 press conference Limited Run Games announced that a variety of titles will be getting physical prints on Nintendo Switch, as well as a number of ports that were previously unannounced such as Cosmic Star Heroine and Dust: An Elysian Tail. Check the full list of announcements below.

Cosmic Star Heroine coming to Switch in August, physical print announced but not dated.

Dust: An Elysian Tail coming to Switch and receiving a physical print, date to be announced.

Golf Story coming September 2018.

Layers of Fear coming September 2018.

- Night Trap available July 6th.

Oceanhorn available now on its website.

- Thumper available July 20th 2018.

Yooka-Laylee available August 2018.

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curl-6 (on 12 June 2018)

Welp, looks like it's finally time for me to get Yooka Laylee

Nuvendil (on 12 June 2018)

I see I wasn't the only one who dug his heels in on that :P

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curl-6 (on 12 June 2018)

Haha yeah I always prefer to buy physical when I can, and since a lot of indie Switch games were getting cart releases 6-9 months after their initial eshop debut, I decided to bide my time

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GoOnKid (on 12 June 2018)

I was holding back, too. Can we be sure that this will come to PAL regions, though? I can't find any mention of regions, unfortunately.

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curl-6 (on 12 June 2018)

I contacted them on Twitter and they said they ship internationally and that I could import it to Australia where I live

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NightDragon83 (on 12 June 2018)

Dust is so good! Really needs a sequel one of these days!

CleggaZ (on 12 June 2018)

Damn. that dust phyiscal edition is very tempting, haven't played it since beating it during it's original launch on xbox live Arcade.

Nuvendil (on 12 June 2018)

Agreed, Dust is awesome. If you own a Switch and haven't played it, go for it. I'll probably pick up the physical version just to show my support and to revisit the game at my leisure of course.