Ghostlight Now Developing For Nintendo Switch

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British publisher Ghostlight revealed yesterday that they are now official Nintendo Switch publishers, and to stay tuned for future JRPG announcements. Ghostlight have previously helped bring over various games to PC, such as Omega Quintet, Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God, and Mary Skelter: Nightmares.


Here’s their message from their blog:

“Hi everyone!

Following on from the recent Steam & GOG release of Mary Skelter: Nightmares we have some more exciting news for you all. All the paperwork has gone through and I can tell you that we are now official Switch developers, and so are able to bring fantastic Japanese games to Nintendo Switch, as well as to PC! In fact, we’ve already started work on our first port, a JRPG, that I’m not able to reveal just yet.

While we love bringing games to PC, working on the Switch has been an awful lot of fun. It’s been a long time since I’ve worked on anything for console, the most recent game was Flame Over, and the most recent one for Ghostlight was Elminage Gothic, back in 2013, so it’s great to be back on console!

I hope you’re all looking forward to our Nintendo Switch releases as much as we are, and please stay tuned for more information on which JRPG we’re going to be bringing to Switch in the near future.”


Ghostlight’s most recent port was Mary Skelter: Nightmares for PC, which is currently available on Steam and GOG. The game is also available on PlayStation Vita.

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