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Steam Game Festival features many demos; includes many future Switch titles

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The Steam Game Festival is here once more. Many future releases will have demos on Steam. These demos will be available from February 3rd to the 9th; almost an entire week of demos. Here's a list of just some of the many titles that are planned to have a Switch release - Do note that any release dates here are tentative and can change for multiple, if not all platforms, including Switch.

  • Beacon Pines (September, 2021)
  • Bloodroots (Already out on Switch, but not Steam)
  • Balan Wonderworld (March 26th, 2021)
  • Fling to the Finish (Q2, 2021)
  • Foregone (Already out!)
  • Naita Boy (2021)
  • Tunche (March 2021)
  • Super Buckyball Tournament
  • Little Nightmares II (February 11th, 2021)
  • Gal*Gun Returns (February 12th, 2021)
  • Retro Machina
  • Shores Unknown
  • First Class Trouble
  • Lust From Beyond
  • Roguebook
  • Skatebird
  • Minutes of Island (March 18th, 2021)

Author's Note: Wow. Lots of new games I've learned about. I've got eyes on Floppy Knights, Chicory, Roguebook, and Bloodroots. Honestly, I kind of want to pick up Bloodroots soon. I might even be downloading some of these demos for myself. What are your thoughts? Let us know.
 
Lucas "Thirdkoopa" Guimaraes

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I read this wrong and thought it was about switch games coming to steam. But then I remembered how that would never happen lol.

But for real though. If Nintendo made a Steam like site exclusively as a better Virtual Console but for internet users I garantee you they would make millions off of it. A retro exclusive steam. NES, SNES, GB, GBA, DS, 64, and Gamecube games plus some third party stuff like Atari, SEGA consoles, Neo-Geo, old mobile games and (as unlikely as it would be) OG Xbox and PS1 + PS2 would be AMAZING. I would spend good money on something like that.
 
Floppy Knights is so cool! Played that at PAX East last year and am looking forward to trying the new demo.
 
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