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    Upcoming Games for Switch in November

    This November, for the Nintendo Switch, you can either choose either the one and only, Pokemon Let’s Go or u Gotta Catch Em All (games we mean)
    Here are few which we think might be worth your time this November;

     

    Title Release Date Price
    Diablo 3 Eternal Collection Nov-02 eShop: USD 59.99 (Approx MYR 252)

    Retail: MYR 229

    Rogue Legacy Nov-06 eShop: USD 14.99 (Approx MYR 63)

    Retail: TBC

    World of Final Fantasy Maxima Nov-06 eShop: USD 49.99 (Approx MYR 207)

    Retail: TBC

    Syberia 1 & 2 Nov-08 eShop: USD 34.99 (Approx MYR 147)

    Retail: TBC

    The Walking Vegetables: Radical Edition Nov-08 eShop: USD 12.99 (Approx MYR 55)

    Retail: TBC

    Townsmen Nov-09 eShop: USD 12.99 (Approx MYR 84)

    Retail: TBC

    SNK 40th Anniversary Collection Nov-13 eShop: USD 12.99 (Approx MYR 55)

    Retail: MYR 169

    Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee Nov-16 eShop: USD 59.99 (Approx MYR 252)

    Retail: MYR 219

    Civilization VI Nov-16 eShop: TBC

    Retail: TBC

    Moto Racer 4 Nov-20 eShop: USD 34.99 (Approx MYR 147)

    Retail: TBC

    Asterix & Obelix XXL Nov-29 eShop: USD 49.99 (Approx MYR 210)

    Retail: TBC

    Kamen Rider Climax Scramble Nov-29 eShop: TBC

    Retail: MYR 229

    Minecraft Story Mode: Season 2 Nov-30 eShop: TBC

    Retail: MYR 149

     

    For more games, you may refer to Nintendo.com.

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