'Pokemon' Developer Reveals New RPG for Nintendo Switch

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Game Freak announcedTown (working title) for the Nintendo Switch today.

This afternoon's Nintendo Direct held many surprise announcements, including both Luigi's Mansion 3 and a new Animal Crossing game for Nintendo Switch. Game Freak debuted a work-in-progress trailer to showcase what to expect, swapping out its impressionable pocket monsters for mean brutes that seem to carry a grudge against the player and their "village".

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Fight against attacking monsters and restore peace to a small village in Town. From what we gather based on the very, very (very) limited information available about Town at this time, it appears that the game will utilize a kind of Suikoden-like party system. Game Freak would then go outside of Nintendo's publishing, working with Sega to release Tembo the Badass Elephant and self-publishing Giga Wrecker on PC. This became the developer's first game to release on PC before achieving self-publishing status with Giga Wrecker past year.

The game is now titled Town, but that seems to be a working title that will likely change during the course of the game's development. It's set to release sometime in 2019 with a more elaborate title. But it's certainly quality over quantity, so we're best waiting to see what Game Freak has in store.

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