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Playable sitcom 3 out of 10 is coming to Nintendo Switch

The complete first season of playable sitcom 3 out of 10 is coming to Nintendo Switch in March.

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The complete first season of playable sitcom 3 out of 10 is coming to Nintendo Switch in March.

Terrible Posture’s quirky video game sitcom 3 out of 10 wasn’t on our radar, but it came to the attention of players – over 4.5 million of them – when it was released for free on the Epic Games Store last year.

Our own Andrew King is a huge fan, saying he “mostly enjoyed it.”

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Terrible Posture Games has now confirmed that the complete first season of 3 out of 10 is coming to Nintendo Switch on March 3, 2021. The Switch version will include features and content not available in the PC release.

3 out of 10 is set in the fictional Shovelworks Studios, where a team of down-trodden developers attempting to create a game that will score more than, you’ve guessed it, 3 out of 10. Along the way, a variety of high-jinks and calamites ensure. It’s part video game, part animated sitcom.

3 out of 10 screenshot

Speaking about the Nintendo Switch edition, Joe Mirabello, creative director at Terrible Posture Games, says:

“Bringing 3 out of 10 to Nintendo Switch was a chance to give new and returning players alike a fresh look at what it’s really like to be a game developer. And if that’s not enough of a window into this industry, check out our directors’ commentary for thoughts about making a game about making a game!”

New features for the Switch release include an Open Explore Mode, actor profiles, a full soundtrack, a concept art gallery, Big Head Mode, and a director commentary.

3 out of 10 will be released on the Nintendo eShop on March 3 and is priced at $9.99 in the United States.


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