Batman and Guardians Telltale Games To Come To Nintendo Switch

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It looks like there's a little ray of sunshine for gamers who've bought the Nintendo Switch.

Despite all of the reports saying that Nintendo's newest console has had glitches and that heavy games like Dragon Quest are too large for the Switch's native memory, it seems like the company is getting more games to jump on board, specifically the popular ones from Telltale Games.

According to a report by Gamespot, Nintendo Switch versions of Batman and Guardians of the GalaxyTelltale games have reportedly been leaked. A number of retailers have apparently listed down the two episodic games for Switch despite the fact that Telltale has not rolled out any official announcement regarding the matter.


365games from UK and GameBUy from Russia have listed down physical copies of Guardians of the Galaxy and BatmanTelltale videogames are being made available in the format of Nintendo's newest console. Meanwhile Newegg, a retailer from the US already has a product page for Guardians of the Galaxy.

The publication asked Telltale for a comment regarding the matter, and the answer is:

"Guardians of the Galaxy is slated to premiere digitally in 2017 on consoles, PC, and mobile devices,"

The representative however did not comment on Batman coming to Nintendo Switch. Like Switch, though Batman received generally positive reviews from gamers, it was also criticized for its technical issues. Telltale just might be fixing the game before they send it out to Switch.

Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series is to premiere digitally on consoles, PC, and mobile devices this spring.

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