Batman – The Telltale Series Coming to Nintendo Switch Next Week

Telltale Games has surprisingly not re-released many of their prior seasons of games on the Nintendo Switch yet. The only currently released title is Minecraft: Story Mode, with Guardians of the Galaxy making its way to the Switch at an unknown time. Well, fans of Telltale and Batman are getting a treat on Nintendo’s popular platform as Batman – The Telltale Series is coming to the Switch on November 14th in North America and November 17th in Europe. You can check out a launch trailer above.

If you’re not familiar with the first season of Telltale’s Batman game, it puts players in the shoes of both Bruce Wayne and Batman as you wrestle with personal revelations and the impending implosion of Gotham City. It’s par for the course for a game about Batman, but it works really well in Telltale’s adventure style.

We reviewed the first season and absolutely loved it. The narrative is great and the act of using both Batman and Bruce Wayne helps flesh out a deeper understanding of the Dark Knight. For Nintendo Switch owners that love Batman, this is a must-buy. It also marks the first M-rated Telltale game to make its way to the Nintendo Switch.

Will you be picking up Batman – The Telltale Series on the Nintendo Switch? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Telltale Games Press Release

  • Zac LaRocque-Walker

    I actually saw it today at my local Wal-mart. Was a little surprised actually. I’ll likely get it digitally, not sure if i’ll get physical though.

    • This reminds me of how new movies used to be released on VHS and later on DVD. If the movie was really popular you’d have to wait a long time for it to come out at Walmart or Kmart. If it sucked it’d go straight to the shelves. But then they started releasing movies really quick regardless of how well they did, money is money. Why wait? I feel like the gaming industry with pre-orders and rushing games out early are following the same pattern. – Trevor Kincaid

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