Fire Emblem Warriors, Sonic, and Street Fighter: Switching Games of the Week

Game news Fire Emblem Warriors, Sonic, and Street Fighter: Switching Games of the Week

This week Switch is not stingy with releases, releasing games designed for any audience. To help you find your way through all of this choice, the JV Edition brings you a set of new features not to be missed on the Nintendo Hybrid Console.


  • Shadowrun Trilogy
  • Wreckfest
  • ElecHead
  • Sonic Origins
  • Capcom Fighting Collection
  • Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes

Shadowrun Trilogy

As the name suggests, Shadowrun Trilogy brings together three games from the Shadowrun tabletop RPG universe, namely Shadowrun Returns, Shadowrun: Dragonfall, and Shadowrun: Hong Kong. While each of these experiences tells a different story, they are all tactical RPGs set in a dystopian cyberpunk future where magic has returned, up until the awakening of mythical creatures. Compared to the original RPG created thirty years ago, the rules have been modernized to more easily meet the standards of our time.

  • Release Date: June 21
  • Buy Shadowrun Trilogy from the Switch Store


Wreckfest is a racing game where destruction takes center stage. Trying to replicate a realistic physics simulation, the game offers fierce racing on high-speed tracks where obstructing your opponents is your best weapon to win as there are no rules. To stand out from others, you have the option to customize your car, both its appearance and its armor. Of course, the game offers online multiplayer as well as a challenge mode where you can drive amazing vehicles such as buses, combine harvesters or mowers. Finally, to extend your sessions, the game also features a career mode to play championships, gain experience, and unlock new upgrades to become a Wreckfest champion.

  • Release Date: June 21
  • Buy Wreckfest from Switch Online Store


ElecHead, presented during the latest Indie World, is a mix of platform and puzzle game in which we embody Elec, a little robot whose mission is to bring light back to the world. While darkness reigns, our hero, hidden deep in the factory, is able to electrify everything he touches, from walls and floors to platforms and switches. To get to distant places, he can tear off his head and throw it, but not more than ten seconds, otherwise he will die. Thanks to all these abilities, his goal will be to get out of this factory by going through different rooms filled with puzzles.

  • Release Date: June 23
  • Buy ElecHead

Sonic Origins

Sonic Origins is set to be the definitive collection of the first 2D games featuring SEGA’s famous blue hedgehog. Thus we find: Sonic the Hedgehog, Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Sonic 3 & Knuckles and Sonic CD. Of course, this collection lets you rediscover these games in HD graphics, but it also includes new areas to explore, exclusive animations, and an anniversary mode that offers unlimited lives and a redesigned full-screen resolution. In addition, each game gets a new intro and ending animation. To unlock new content, challenges, and special museum levels, you must first complete coin collection missions.

  • Release Date: June 23
  • Buy Sonic Origins from the Switch Store

The great thing about the Capcom Fighting Collection is that its name couldn’t be clearer. So, without too many surprises, this is a collection of ten fighting games from Capcom. In addition to the five Darkstalkers games released for arcades, you can get your hands on Hyper Street Fighter II, Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, and more. Of course, you will be able to play all these games online with other players, even with a global ranking system. For beginners, a training mode is available, as well as the ability to launch special movements using a button. Finally, a museum is also present to view many of the documents, sketches and listen to music related to the collection’s games.

  • Release Date: June 24
  • Buy Capcom Fighting Collection from the Switch Store

Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes

Placing your action in the universe of Fire Emblem: Three Houses, Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes is what’s called Musô, a beat’em up sub-genre in which you face hordes of soldiers on the battlefield that can be easily overcome with impressive punch sequences. Without knowing it, you may have already played a similar game if you tried Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity which is part of the same family of games as it is also developed by Omega Force. In addition to large-scale combat, the title uses the mechanics that made the original game a success, namely maintaining relationships with your comrades so that they are even more effective on the ground. So fans of Three Houses will be delighted to find his characters, but will also be surprised to encounter an enemy called Ash Demon, who looks like two peas in a pod to Byleth, the main character we play in the original game.

  • Release Date: June 24
  • Buy Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes on the Switch in the online store

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