UPDATE - These will be sold individually, and Tomorrow Corp is looking to release these in Japan at a later date.
STEP ASIDE! The door to the Tomorrow Corporation vault is about to burst open… Locked away for literally decades, three multi-award winning games will once again be available for a new generation to enjoy.
On March 3rd, 2017, with the release of the Nintendo Switch, players around the world can once again experience three classic games, re-united on a fantastic new console from Nintendo:
Re-discover 2D BOY’s beautiful and surprising World of Goo!
Re-ignite the dangerous and uplifting adventure in Little Inferno!
Re-engineer your corporate ascent in Human Resource Machine!
And for the first time ever, all three games will come bundled with their full original soundtracks. Tomorrow Corporation’s intrepid interns have created a new Soundtrack Mode, where players can explore Kyle Gabler’s wonderfully bizarre music in this special mode, available only on Nintendo Switch.
We here at Tomorrow Corporation are some of Nintendo’s biggest fans, so we’re excited to be part of this new adventure alongside players at home, on the road, on the train, on the roof, or wherever it is kids go these days!
The vault is rumbling…!
Nintendo has really been on-fire lately with their music, and this theme from the Breath of the Wild trailer gives me goosebumps. So awesome to see someone take on an orchestra cover without the sound effects!
If you're hoping for Momodora on the Switch unfortunately it won't happen, but for future games they would love to bring them to the Switch. pic.twitter.com/orrhI6hEkD— Pixelbuster (@PixelMatt64) January 24, 2017
The more indie devs, the better. Let's hope Bombservice has a fantastic debut on the Switch with whatever they decide to bring over!
Plantera is making the jump to Japan, as you can see by the trailer above. The title is being published by Rainy Frog, but with no set release date yet. For those wondering, both the Wii U and 3DS versions will make the jump.
Wondering why it's been so tough to find a Switch Pro Controller for preorder? Turns out it was a hold-up with the FCC. The controller was still being tested by the Federal Communications Commission, but now the approval has come through. Get ready, as you should see preorders popping up all over the place soon.