Little Nightmares will haunt you on Switch soon

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We can think of Six reasons to buy it.

Tarsier’s Unsettling indie-platformer Little Nightmares will be coming to Nintendo Switch May 18.

The Little Nightmares Complete Edition bundles up the base game with all the previously released DLC .

Playing as the tiny, yellow-raincoat clad Six, Little Nightmares sees you sneaking your way through a dreary house of gigantic, grotesque adults. They’re all warped variants of people conducting everyday household chores, making for a truly uncomfortable experience.

The three DLC chapters expand on the main game, centring on The Runaway Kid, another character Six encounters in the main story. Here’s the footage from the Direct last night:

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