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Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons Comes To Switch May 28

by Donald Theriault - May 21, 2019, 8:02 pm PDT
Total comments: 1 Source: 505 Games

Name ten Switch ports better this *checks* week

Next week will see a critically acclaimed adventure title hit the Switch, with some unexpected co-op play.

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, which debuted on the Xbox 360 in 2013, will release on Switch next week for US$14.99. A preorder discount (10% off) is available now for the game.

The Starbreeze-developed, 505 Games published adventure game stars a pair of brothers named Naia and Naiee, who attempt to save their father from a potentially fatal illness. Brothers is perhaps known for its "single player co-op" play, in which the two brothers are controlled with separate analog sticks and the game's director Josef Fares (A Way Out) allegedly claiming he'd rather "chop his arms off" than have co-op support. Despite this, the split nature of the Joy-Cons means that the Switch version will feature local co-op.


azekeMay 22, 2019

It's a cool game and creators refusal to implement local co-op makes sense if you actually play the game.

This game should also have one of best uses of Switch's gimmicks.

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