Two modern cult classic games will be coming to the Nintendo Switch this year- Little Nightmares, the Bandai Namco published indie horror game that made waves on PS4, Xbox One, and PC last year, is hitting the Switch on May 18. It will be coming to the Switch with all the DLC released for the original game, as well as a Switch exclusive Pac-Man mask that you can unlock in game by using a Pac-Man amiibo.
The other classic coming to the Switch is much more high profile- Undertale, which was originally inspired by Nintendo’s own Earthbound, is making its way over to a Nintendo system at last, coming some time later this year. Additional details aren’t known yet, but this does mean that Game Maker, the engine Undertale was built on, is now compatible with the Switch at last.
Undertale originally launched on PC, before also being made available on PS4 and PS Vita last year.