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News video games 21 August 2020, 17:43

author: Matt Buckley

Hypnospace Outlaw Allows Playing with Mouse and Keyboard on Switch

Hypnospace Outlaw launches on the Switch next week, but Nintendo made sure this computer simulation game can be played the right way. You can play the demo now by plugging in a mouse and keyboard to your Switch. .

The incredibly retro point-and-click Hypnospace Outlaw was just announced to come to the Switch during Nintendo’s Indie World Showcase. The game won’t be out for another week, but there is currently a demo available on the Nintendo eShop.

Hypnospace Outlaw Lets You Play Using a Mouse and Keyboard on the Switch - picture #1

In this surreal mystery-solving, computer simulating game it would only make sense to be able to play with a mouse and keyboard. Interestingly enough, Nintendo agrees. They even encouraged the game’s publisher, No More Robots, to allow for the use of mouse and keyboard on the Switch, to which they responded “yes ok haha.”

This article would be longer but I need to go plug my keyboard into my Switch so I can try out the game.

Hypnospace Outlaw releases on the Switch on August 27th, but you can also download and play the demo now on the Nintendo eShop.

Matt Buckley

Matt Buckley

After studying creative writing at Emerson College in Boston, Matt published a travel blog based on a two-month solo journey around the world, wrote for SmarterTravel, and worked on an Antarctic documentary series for NOVA, Antarctic Extremes. Today, for Gamepressure, Matt covers Nintendo news and writes reviews for Switch and PC titles. Matt enjoys RPGs like Pokemon and Breath of the Wild, as well as fighting games like Super Smash Bros., and the occasional action game like Ghostwire Tokyo or Gods Will Fall. Outside of video games, Matt is also a huge Dungeons & Dragons nerd, a fan of board games like Wingspan, an avid hiker, and after recently moving to California, an amateur surfer.


Hypnospace Outlaw

Hypnospace Outlaw