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Upcoming Switch Games- Super Robot Wars T: (2019)

As far as upcoming games are concerned in relation to the Nintendo Switch there are so many titles that the world is looking forward to seeing such as Final Fantasy VII, X/X-2 and XII. In relation to the RPG’s 2019 is a very good year to be a Switch owner especially with the upcoming release of games such as Super Robot Wars T. For those who do not know Super Robot Wars T is a game developed by B.B. Studio and published by Bandi Namco Entertainment which is scheduled to appear on the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch this upcoming Spring in March 2019. This game is considered to be the sequel to Super Robot Wars X which came out this past year in March 2018 and will be the first installment within its series to appoint the Nintendo Switch making it very special.

The only thing about Super Robot Wars T is the fact that it will not appear on the PlayStation Vita similar to its prequel due to the discontinuation of the handheld console. Also, Super Robot Wars T has only confirmed for a release in Japan. This game has impressive visuals and gameplay making for an exciting tactical role playing game in America especially since its theme will mainly be centered around revenge similar to its past two predecessors. As of right now there has really been no word on Bandi Namco Entertainment bringing Super Robot Wars T to America but that is something that can definitely change as we progress throughout 2019.

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