These days most rumours and leaks - be they Twitter-based 'insider claims' or tenuous retail listings - are 10 a penny, especially when it comes to Nintendo Switch, and today it's the turn of industry-based networking site LinkedIn to feed the rumour mill. According to one of its pages, a developer called Engine Room is working on a Nintendo Switch port of Little Nightmares, a puzzle-platformer with an unhealthy dose of horror that impressed on other platforms when it released last year.
There's some credence to the post, too. The Dutch studio is no stranger to porting games to Nintendo Switch, having already worked on Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King and Oceanhorn: Monster Of Uncharted Seas for the platform in the past. This also isn't the first time we've heard rumblings that Tarsier Studios' unsettling hit is bound for Switch. It's also published by Bandai Namco - a firm with close business ties to Nintendo - and it's running on the Unreal Engine so it's certainly in a position to be ported from a technical standpoint.
So, would you want to play Little Nightmares on a portable device? Is more horror on Switch a good thing, or a bad thing? Let us know...