Nintendo Switch Versions Of Batman And Guardians Of The Galaxy Telltale Games Potentially Leaked

Batman and Guardians of the Galaxy Telltale games listed for Nintendo Switch by two retailers.

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Update: When asked for comment, a representative for Telltale reiterated to GameSpot that "Guardians of the Galaxy is slated to premiere digitally in 2017 on consoles, PC, and mobile devices," but did not comment on the possibility of Telltale's Batman game coming to Nintendo Switch.

Original story follows.

Nintendo Switch versions of Telltale's Batman and Guardians of the Galaxy series have potentially been leaked. Multiple retailers have listed Switch versions of the two episodic games, despite no official announcement from Telltale.

UK shop 365games and Russian store GameBuy have listed physical versions of both Guardians of the Galaxy and Batman for Nintendo's new console, while US retailer Newegg also has a product page for Guardians of the Galaxy. The Marvel series' Telltale adaptation was announced last year for "consoles, PC, and mobile devices," but those consoles were not specified.

The developer's Batman series, meanwhile, released last year. Episode 1 started off strong, but Episodes 2 and 3 couldn't live up to the series' initial promise.

Telltale is currently working on its Guardians of the Galaxy series and a third season of The Walking Dead. Episodes 1 and 2 have been great so far, and Episode 3 is due to launch at some point this month. Read our reviews below to find out more.

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