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2、<p>I definitely figured that Firewatch would land on the Nintendo Switch eventually, but now we've got the official confirmation I'm pretty stoked. We don't know the exact date, but we know it'll release sometime this spring. <p>Soon, take the Wyoming wilderness with you. Firewatch is coming to your Nintendo Switch. https://t.co/rCbbB4rulF pic.twitter.com/pM7nf6XauZ— Campo Santo (@camposanto) April 5, 2018 Set in the Wyoming wilderness in 1989, you play as Henry, a grieving husband, who escapes his confused life to work the summer as a fire lookout. Alone for weeks on end with nothing but your typewriter and your supervisor, Delilah, on the other end of your radio, things quickly take an unsettling turn.</p><p>Though not particularly long, this first-person mystery game is a thrilling ride with some of the prettiest video game visuals I've seen and a fantastic script. It has wonderfully peaceful, funny, and lighthearted moments, and handles its more serious, 'adult' moments with care.</p><p>Hopefully, Campo Santo hasn't had to make any sacrifices to bring Firewatch to the Switch as its visuals, audio, and framerate are pretty crucial to your enjoyment and immersion.</p><p>I'll also be interested to find out whether the Joy-Cons or their HD Rumble have been used specifically to enhance any moments in the game, but we'll have to wait and see.</p>
3、<p>Martin Magni's latest creation, Mekorama is now out on the App Store and on Android's Play Store.</p><p>We've already talked about how it compares to Nintendo's Captain Toad with the looks of something like Monument Valley but it's also its own thing thanks to a wide variety of puzzles and a neat level building tool that lets you quickly share your personal levels via QR codes.</p><p>Plenty of people have already shared levels via Twitter and you'll even find one hidden in the screenshots of the App's description.</p>