While it's now unknown whether VOEZ will eventually make its way stateside, its developer warns that controller input is not an option, making it the first officially licensed Switch game that requires the console to be in portable mode when playing.
According to Ars Technica, there is a seemingly surprising revelation for the Switch as it seems like future games might only be playable in a certain mode. The combination of power, portability, and a touch screen gave developers all the tools they needed to put a wide variety of smaller games on the system, and that sustained it. The boxed version of the game appears to be huge and looks like it's heavy to carry.
Among the launch titles is 1, 2 Switch, a game built specifically to take advantage of the Switch's unique attributes.
Nintendo Switch lasts longer than iPad Air and PlayStation Vita in this continuous battery test. The Nintendo Switch is only days away from release, and anticipation for the system is at an all-time high.
When the Nintendo Switch launches this week it will support three different play modes: TV Mode, Handheld Mode, and Tabletop Mode.
Apparently VOEZ will be a launch title and will cost around 2500 YEN, Its website is in Japanese however a translation of the FAQ sections reveals the details about the game which are as follows.
For Switch owners who want a more traditional controller to play games with, Nintendo is launching this Pro unit alongside the console.
Snipperclips will be available exclusively in the Nintendo eShop for $19.99.
But there was no mention of Tomorrow Corporation's trilogy of games, which include World of Goo, Little Inferno and Human Resource Machine. "We're still just 3 people, trying to launch 3 games on March 3 - and it's going to be close", a Tomorrow Corporation spokesperson said.
The game is scheduled to be released worldwide on Friday, March 3. There truly is nothing like the release of a new video game console, especially if Nintendo is behind it.