Publisher Kitfox Games has announced that Pupperazzi, the fabulous pooch photography game from Sundae Month (developer of Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor), will be coming to Switch on 6th April for $19.99. Plus as a launch day bonus, you can get an additional 10% off.
It's as adorable as it sounds — plenty of cuddly, friendly pups will be roaming the world for you to pet as you try to become the best pupparazzo around.
This cosy little adventure will take under five hours to beat, but in that time, you'll be able to snap up plenty of pampered pooches in goofy poses and adorable outfits. Here's what Kitfox Games has to say about the game:
Put your love for pups to the test - we have a bunch of dogs that need their photos taken, doggone it! Photograph and catalogue the finest (and derpiest) dogs to build your career, upgrade your camera, and discover new canines. WOOF.
- First-person photographer action. Discover all-new dogs and activities as you run, jump, and interact with the world... And dogs! (Yes, you CAN pet them!)
- SO. MANY. DOGS. Shibas, terriers, labs, pugs, and all kinds of breeds. You want ‘em, WE GOT EM!
- Have fun with dogs! Play fetch, dress them up in different hats, terrorize them with vacuum cleaners (you monster), and start dance parties. Normal dog things. Questionable dog things. Suspiciously human things.
- Take the best photos. Upgrade your gear to get the best dog pics. Zoom, filters, slow-mo, lenses, and so much more!
- A world populated entirely by dogs. Explore the lighthouse cove, take a sunset stroll on the boardwalk, zoom around the city of Muttropolis, and more! Either way, it’ll be filled with dogs. It’s rumored humans exist, but who cares?
"A world populated entirely by dogs"? Sounds like perfection to us.
Pupperazzi launches on the Switch eShop on 6th April. Will you be taking some spring snapshots of your favourite pups? Let us know in the comments.
The game we didn't know we needed, and a game we definitely don't deserve. But we're getting it anyway. And honestly, I might pick it up eventually.
Hopefully a physical release in the future.
I was wondering when this game was coming to Switch. Saw some gameplay of it when it was released back on PC and Xbox last year. And it looks so wholesome and adorable. Definitely gonna pick it up.
The main photo used for this write-up is a work of art.
This looks lovingly done - but i'm a little worried about the fact that the dogs aren't animated and instead just bouncing around. Sure it's fun and goofy and i like such things, but i'm a little afraid it might make the doggos feel somewhat stiff/lifeless?
(The trailer doesn't even show the dogs moving around all that much so i'm wondering if the developer doesn't find it ideal themselves, but of course that's just pure speculation)
I played this on GamePass a while back and I was not impressed, it totally felt like a cheaply made indie game.
I tried this game out on Gamepass last year and my assessment is that the game was sort of the stereotypical “shovelware junk on Gamepass” trope. I thought to myself though, “it’s pointless fluff, so at least I’ll let my son play it and let him meander through it.” My son will aimlessly play most any game, but this was probably the first game that he’s ever told me to turn off because he didn’t like it. That’s my experience with this game. Sorry to toss such shade at a relatively wholesome experience, but seriously, be careful if you’re planning on spending money on this.
@somnambulance LMFAO!! Your own son told you to shut it off!! OH MY!!!
@StefanN nah i've played the game and the dogs have tons of personality (i mean maybe thats just because they're dogs lol)
It gets my money for the title alone XD
@novasoup Well that's good to hear
Honestly, this game looks so cute and fun. I almost want to grab it because of all of the cute doggos...
EDIT: The music is also pretty chill as well.
I was so, SO hyped about this game when it released on Game Pass last year, but it was close to unplayable due to bugs, controls and some motion sickness inducing camera movement.
Haven’t tried it since, but can’t imagine it’ll be a pleasant experience on Switch.
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