SEGA Classic ‘Double Switch’ Coming to the Nintendo Switch

Earlier this month, it was announced that the SEGA classic title Double Switch would be coming to the PlayStation 4 and PC. Now during an interview with On the Shelf, Tyler Hogle of Screaming Villains confirmed the game will also be making the jump to the Nintendo Switch.

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So when can you expect Double Switch on the Switch? It appears Screaming Villains is teaming up with Limited Run Games and Tyler Hogle confirmed that it’s currently set for release sometime in January. It’s safe to assume that with this partnership we will probably see a physical copy in addition to a digital release. At this time however only a digital release has been confirmed. You can check out the trailer for Double Switch: 25th Anniversary Edition, as well as the description for the game, below.

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“Welcome to the Edward Arms, a stately turn-of-the-century mansion full of intrigue and shady characters who, like the Edward Arms itself, are never as they seem. At first, you must watch rooms closely, trapping any intruders with ingenious hidden devices. But in this treacherous world of secrets within secrets, everyone’s got an angle. You’ve got to figure out what it is or the trapper will become the trapped, and the shocking secret of the Edward Arms will remain forever a mystery. Enter the mysterious world of the Edward Arms mansion. Control a state-of-the-art security system wired into the building. Take part in the many simultaneous sub-plots as you sleuth to solve the ultimate mystery. Should you capture or protect the mansion’s weird and wild inhabitants and intruders? It’s not so easy to tell friends from enemies…”

  • Hollywood quality production, cast and entertainment.
  • Directed by Mary Lambert.
  • Over 20 intriguing characters in 7 different locations.
  • Starring Corey Haim, Debbie Harry and R. Lee Ermey.
  • Musical score by Thomas Dolby.

Have you played the original Double Switch? Are you excited for it’s Nintendo Switch release? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below and don’t forget to keep it locked for updates!

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