Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Nintendo’s September Game Lineup Is Absolutely Exciting

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There’s only about a couple of weeks before the ninth month of September ends in 2021. However, that doesn’t stop popular console manufacturers Nintendo from releasing more games for the highly popular Switch.

But, it seems like September already has some amazing games, and fans of the console should definitely check them out. Here are all the games that will arrive on the Nintendo Switch within the next few days.

The company has already announced a lot of titles that will arrive during the upcoming season of fall and early 2022 as well.

On September 29, players can finally try out the long-awaited Action Adventure game, A Juggler’s Tale. The game follows the story of a string puppet named Abby, and players will have to solve puzzles and mysteries to gain freedom. Players can solve more puzzles the day after as well, on September 20 when Bonfire Peaks releases as well. The title developed by Draknek & Friends has over 200 expertly designed puzzles that fans can solve in a serene voxel world.

September 30 will also see the release of ExZeus: The Complete Collection as well. In this game, players can unleash hell upon alien forces while battling them through many unique locations. Staxel will see players taking part in a farming simulator with some really cute characters. Players can catch fishes, fossils and many other items in this Nintendo title releasing on September 23.

The library for puzzle games continues to grow for the Nintendo Switch on September 25 with the release of In My Shadow. Fans will play as shadows, and they will have to solve puzzles to unfold the memories of a girl named Bella.

 

 

   

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