The Nintendo Switch has received a lot of interesting games as of late. It shows the power of the system and its ever-wanting need to satisfy its user base. You can add What Remains of Edith Finch to that list. According to recent reports, this game will be available on the Japanese Nintendo marketplace. It will support an English version. \n \nAlthough it wasn't confirmed for the US store, Switch users have the ability to access any region. Therefore, no matter what, Switch owners can get this game as of July 4. What Remains of Edith Finch was one of the best games when it first released back in 2017. \n \nIt's a narrative-adventure game developed by Giant Sparrow. The game has received high praise for its graphics, atmospheric environments, and incredible stories. You take on the role of Edith, a girl who's left to discover stories in the Finch house. It's massive in scale and beautifully designed. \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=MYO_3hWPoqA \n \nYou must search the house for stories all while figuring out why you're the only one in your family that's alive. Each story told lets you take on the role of a family member on the day of their death. Already, this story brings you in. It's hard to think of a game that has had a similar story and design, quite honestly. \n \nEach story is unique and takes place in a different time and setting. The gameplay and plot thus never get too repetitive, as you're eager to find out what happened to each family member. The game is shot in first-person, which just adds to the immersion you feel while playing. If you like narrative-driven games, What Remains of Edith Finch is just the title for you. \n \nAs mentioned earlier, each story ends with a death. These deaths take you by surprise and make you sympathetic for the challenges that Edith is forced to deal with as the lone survivor. Throughout the game, you'll feel a sense of mystery and magic. It sort of has a time-travel feel thanks to the different periods you'll get to explore. \n \nThe stories are told beautifully and a lot of passion was put into this game. You would be hard-pressed to find a more gripping and emotional game, quite honestly. Being able to experience these epic journeys on a Switch in portable mode sounds like a grand time. It certainly is a game worth checking out for Switch owners.