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Nintendo Download: Brotherly Love

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The Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons game is available May 28. (Photo: Business Wire)

The Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons game is available May 28. (Photo: Business Wire)

  • Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch

    • Brothers:
      A Tale of Two Sons
      – Play the award-winning adventure
      with a new two-player mode for the Nintendo Switch system. Guide
      two brothers on an epic fairytale journey from Swedish film
      director Josef Fares. Control both brothers at once as you
      experience co-op play in single-player – or team up with a friend
      in the new two-player mode. The Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons
      game is available May 28.
    • SWORD
      ART ONLINE: Hollow Realization Deluxe Edition
      – The SWORD
      series finally arrives on Nintendo Switch. The year
      is 2026. A new VRMMORPG called “Sword Art: Origin” is suddenly
      unveiled to the world. During a closed beta test, Kirito meets a
      mysterious girl, an NPC without so much as a name, who is offering
      a strange quest. Will the meeting between this NPC girl and the
      Black Swordsman prove to be the world’s salvation, or its undoing?
      Watch as a new death game begins to play out. The SWORD ART
      ONLINE: Hollow Realization Deluxe Edition
      game features the
      main game, as well as the additional content “Abyss of the Shrine
      Maiden” and the large-scale update “Warriors of the Sky!” The game
      is available May 24.

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