Crazy Justice brings ‘Battle Royale’ format to the Nintendo Switch

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A First for the Switch


Black Riddles Studios, a company founded by the Welker Brothers (Balazs and Gergo) is intent on bringing Crazy Justice to the Nintendo Switch as well as other consoles. Described as “a third-person shooter game in cel-shaded style with steampunk elements”, Crazy Justice will, for the first time, allow Switch players to experience the ‘Battle Royale’ movement that has been made famous by Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds as well as Fortnite.

If that wasn’t enough to get someone excited about the game, Black Riddles also promises that the game will enjoy Cross-Platform Network play between the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC:

Crazy Justice can be enjoyed in multiple ways. From its single-player campaign that can actually be played in its entirety via coop, to having local splitscreen support, to five different online modes that range from Survive to Battle Royale.

The makers of the game have deployed a campaign in which they are attempting to collect with the support of people, a total of $30,000 to give the game its finishing touches before its scheduled release in Q2 2018 for all consoles including the Nintendo Switch.

The campaign itself starts at the low amount of $15 with a Nintendo Switch bundle that includes a Digital Download of the game, along with a Physical and Limited “LEADER” Badge, your name mentioned in the credits as well as in the Game Manual.


With a game that promises to give you a very unique and memorable multi-player experience, that $15 introductory price seems very welcoming. Support Crazy Justice so that the Nintendo Switch can enjoy another worthwhile entry in its growing library.

Sergio Acevedo is a writer at Shigerunews. You can also talk with him about Nintendo happenings on Twitter and listen to his Nintendo Podcast at the Force in Unison Gaming channel.

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