Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


“Mecha-Tastic” RPG Wolfstride Comes To Nintendo Switch This May

Developer Ota Imon and Publisher Raw Fury are thrilled to announce that mecha-tastic role-playing game Wolfstride will be coming to Nintendo Switch on May 10th for North America and Europe. It will release in Japan May 12th.

Wolfstride is a story-driven, humor-laced RPG, where you will test your mettle in an action-packed mecha tournament. As a trio of cheeky criminals featuring dog-mechanic Duque, pilot Knife Leopard, and master of many talents Dominic Shade, you will battle your robot-rig that needs a lot of love.  
Repair and upgrade by doing odd jobs to pay the bills, and battle the best of the best all while running from the regrettable choices of the past.

You can wishlist Wolfstride on the eShop right now in North America and it will be available to pre-order in Europe and Japan soon Images Via Raw Fury Games

Images Via Raw Fury Games

Have strong thoughts about this piece you need to share? Or maybe there’s something else on your mind you’re wanting to talk about with fellow Fandomentals? Head on over to our Community server to join in the conversation!


  • Dan Arndt

    Fiction writer, board game fanatic, DM. Has an MFA and isn't quite sure what to do now. If you have a dog, I'd very much like to pet it. Operating out of Indianapolis.

You May Also Like


Raw Fury and developer Eggnut will release Tails: The Backbone Preludes, on February 2 on Steam. Set in the post-noir dystopian vision of Vancouver...


Developer Hyper Games and publisher Raw Fury are thrilled to come together and bring the beloved world of Moomin to PC and consoles in...


Raw Fury, the adventurous indie publisher from Sweden, and developer StumpySquid are pleased to announce that Kingdom Two Crowns: Norse Lands is now available. Norse Lands, the...


Dream Cycle will enter Steam Early Access September 7, inviting players to join in creating an expansive journey through the Dreamlands! In Gamescom’s Opening Night...

What’s Playing on the Fandomentals Network