Nintendo Switch games news: PS4 hit out now, as beloved platformer joins games list

 owners can download cult PS4 hit Thumper from the eShop.

The PS4 rhythm violence game, which was also a PlayStation VR launch title, is available for £16 from the Nintendo eShop.

In terms of performance, the rhythm action game runs at 1080p and 60 frames-per-second when docked, and 720p and 60 frames-per-second in handheld.

An Xbox One version is also in development, although it’s yet to be given a release date on Microsoft’s console.

The surprise release date was announced by the development team on Twitter.

“Thumper launches on Nintendo Switch worldwide on May 18,” reads the tweet. “Ready for Rumble Violence?”

An Xbox One version is also in development, although it’s yet to be given a release date on Microsoft’s console.

It was joined by Neo Geo fighting game Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors, which costs £6.29.

And that’s not the only Nintendo Switch games news to be announced this week.

It was recently revealed that highly-rated platform game Owlboy is coming to Nintendo Switch.

The PC platform game made its PC debut last year and is currently without a Nintendo Switch release date.

Owlboy was originally pencilled in for a 2013 release date on PC, but would end up being delayed until 2016.

If you can’t wait for the Nintendo Switch release date, you can pick it up from Steam for £18.99.

Hopefully it will be out before ARMS, which has a .

The subject of the latest Nintendo Direct conference, fans have finally been given a look at the characters, abilities and mini-games that will be included in the final release.

According to Nintendo, ARMS features a standard battle mode for two players, complete with special power-ups that fall from the sky.

Team Fight is a 2-v-2 team-based game mode in which teammates are tethered together.

There’s also a volleyball-style game in which players knock an explosive ball into the opponent’s court and a basketball game in which players try to dunk their rivals.

Skillshot tasks players with destroying as many targets as possible using the versatile powers of ARMS, while 1-on-100 pits challenges players to defeat 100 enemies in a row.

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