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Games Coming to Nintendo Switch in April

April may be a little slower on big titles, but it doesn’t mean that we don’t have some high-quality titles coming our way. We have a great remake later in the month and a whole slew of small, unique, and interesting indie games that should keep anyone with a Switch fairly busy throughout the whole month.

eSport Legend - April 23

League of Legends, DOTA 2, Mobile Legends, Heroes of the Storm and other MOBA games are a massive part of the gaming world. Professional teams make thousands of dollars and battle opponents from all over the world. So, have you ever wanted to manage a team? eSport Legend allows players to take hold of a new team while hiring new players, managers, and coaches to help build the perfect team. Players also get to watch the matches play out and help guide their strategy in the midst of the game. It is an odd game for sure but looks like a really fun and unique experience.

 

Trials Of Mana - April 24

Coming back after many years, Trails of Mana is returning with an overhaul in graphics while keeping the story well intact and gameplay still heavy on live combat and team strategy. The game plays great from what we’ve experienced in the demo and we are very excited to play through the various story perspectives.

 

 

Moving Out - April 28

Grab your gloves and come ready to work. Moving Out is a “work” game that has players help people move. It sounds odd and pointless, but this game has loads of charm, humor and the moment to moment gameplay is hilariously fun. Break down a wall? Throw a couch? Do this alone or in a group? Why not all of it! Moving Out looks to be a flat out fun and silly experience that will have players actually enjoy helping friends move.

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