The original Lethal League might not be well-known, but it was a unique take on the fighting genre - requiring you to smack a ball directly at your opponent's face until they could take no more. Nintendo purist will this time be able to join in on the four-player local and online action, with Team Reptile's announcement it is bringing the sequel, Lethal League Blaze, to the Switch in Spring 2019.
This second entry is rocking a cel-shaded aesthetic similar to the likes of Sega's Jet Set Radio series. It's no surprise, given the fact video game composer Hideki Naganuma - known for his work on Jet Set in the past and also his involvement with games like Super Smash Bros. for 3DS and Wii U - has contributed to the soundtrack.
Take a look at the trailer above and let us know in the comments if you're excited to play this high-speed ball fighting game.