In the past year, Focus Home Interactive published a lot of games. However, two major titles stood out from the crowd, attracting a lot of attention. These two include Dontnod’s Vampyr and Cyanide’s Call of Cthulhu. To further advance the sales of these games, the publisher decided to port these hits to Nintendo Switch.
While we still don’t know the exact release date for the games, we know a lot about the games themselves and frankly, both titles don’t seem like they were targeted at Nintendo Switch audience. While the majority of Nintendo Switch games are colourful and somewhat designed to appeal to a wider audience, Call of Cthulhu and Vampyr features grim stories and moods.
Call of Cthulhu
Call of Cthulhu is a great but weird game based on the infamous story by H.P. Lovecraft. This adventure RPG is full of horror mystery elements. In it, players will assume Edward Pierce’s role, the protagonist is a private detective, who’s gotten himself into trying to solve the mystery of the Hawkins family disappearance.
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Just recently we wrote that Vampyr surpassed its first million in sales on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. In short, Vampyr is an action RPG game that follows Dr. Jonathan Reid, a newly turned vampire in 1918 London. The story of this game follows Jonathan’s struggles to remain himself, while simultaneously, he has to deal with his new life as a bloodsucking monster.
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Both of these games should debut on Nintendo Switch sometime in 2019.