Posts Tagged ‘Nintendo Switch’

The Lost Child Arrives Today on Nintendo Switch!

Today is the day. The war of cataclysmic proportions descends into the mortal realm. Angels, demons, and monsters will clash in The Lost Child, now available on Nintendo Switch, PS4, and PS Vita (digital)! Be sure to check out the Launch Trailer and find out how Hayato Ibuki will harness the power of the Gangour gun and wield these otherworldly powers.

Over 100+ Astrals are at your command once you defeat and capture them in battle. Harness the power of the Chosen One and save the world!

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Aggelos Sets Out For Adventure On Nintendo Switch in 2018!

PQube (London, UK) June 19th, 2018 – PQube, LookAtMyGame and developer Wonderboy Bobi are pleased to unveil Aggelos, a new, retro-styled 2D action-adventure out now on PC and coming to consoles later this year.

Step through time and discover a mesmerizing new action-RPG that looks like it was plucked straight out of the 16-bit era but plays like a modern-day marvel. Inspired by non-linear Japanese retro adventures such as Wonder Boy In Monster World, Aggelos hurls players into the middle of a colossal struggle for survival as beings from another dimension threaten to invade the peaceful Kingdom of Lumen.

Bursting with secrets and side-quests, and boasting slick melee combat that any 2D action game would envy, Aggelos is the perfect combination of retro style and modern-day game design.

A vast kingdom to explore
Venture through forests, seas, cave systems and ancient temples as you seek to uncover the magical elements needed to save the world from total annihilation.

A classical non-linear adventure
Explore a sprawling world that gradually reveals itself, Metroidvania-style, as you gain new abilities and equipment.

Deadly encounters
Thwart towering bosses and their tricky minions as you take on perilous mainline quests and optional odd-jobs for the people of Lumen.

Tactical depth
Unlock magical abilities and high-level attacks, expertly chaining these immense powers together to clear screens of enemies in seconds.

Stunning sprite art
Forget out-of-place modern art: Aggelos boasts superlative character designs and animations while remaining proudly, and faithfully, 16-bit through and through.

Memorable chiptunes
Lose yourself to a retro-inspired soundtrack that floods the Kingdom of Lumen with life.

Coming to Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One soon in 2018.

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Bomb Chicken explodes July 12th onto Nintendo Switch!

Dream Alone Awakens June 28th on Nintendo Switch!

Dream Alone, the macabre 2D puzzle platformer from Fat Dog Games and WarSaw Games where players can manipulate reality, will arrive on Nintendo Switch on June 28.

Swap between hellish realities to find hidden routes past deadly traps and monsters stalking you in the darkness. Slow time and spawn clones to overcome formidable obstacles found throughout the whispering woods, spine-chilling ghost towns and howling caves of this hauntingly grim fairy tale world.

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Rogue-lite Action “Survive! Mr. Cube“ Launches June 21st On Nintendo Switch!

UPDATE

I am extremely sorry to announce that Survive! Mr. Cube, which was supposed to be released on June 21st for Nintendo Switch, has been delayed.

Once the issue is resolved, it will be launched successfully.

We are expecting it to be either the last week of June or the first week of July.

Intragames (CEO Bae Sang-chan) announced that Survive! Mr. Cube will be officially released on 21st June, 2018 for Nintendo Switch which was self-developed by a three-man team.

Survive! Mr. Cube is a quarterview Rogue-lite RPG. Mr. Cube got into an unknown world after swallowing a pill and he is trying to go back to where he belong. Almost most of features and items in the game are randomly created once the game starts from the beginning and if the character dies when his HP gets 0, the player loses everything except the gold that was earned from the previous game. All the rest will be gone and starts all from the first chapter. In order to play it more easily, it can be a good strategy to kill the character until you get a good one with great skills and a weapon.

In order to survive to the end, the character must be strengthened, and there are treasure chests hidden in each stage that consist of items to increase HP, SP, speed up of an auto self-recovery, speed up of movement on Mr. Cube in the game. This will give higher chance for the players to survive. Other than that, if the competitor cube is killed, it leaves a heart, an item for life with a weapon. This will help the players to recover HP right before it gets 0. The most interesting part is that the location of the boss for each chapter changes randomly and no one knows where it will be. It is all based on luck how fast the players can find it and as it is mentioned previously in the article, it is important to survive by using the strategy.

If the character is dead, make sure you investigate the tomb at the base camp with a new cube character. The player will be able to find a decent item. Also, trading with a merchant for items with gold the player gained from the game is another way to get items. The items offered by the merchant are not only randomly determined, but also increase in price every time you make a trade. As most of features are random in this game, this game is highly related to “luck” and the players may feel challenged but with steady and persistent effort, it will lead them to the ending.

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Asmodee Digital Bringing Carcassonne To Nintendo Switch!

Flying Tiger’s Johnny Turbo’s Arcade: Wizard Fire Is Available to Pre-Order on Nintendo Switch!

Los Angeles, CA – June 14th, 2018 – Flying Tiger Entertainment presents the Japanese arcade hit, Wizard Fire, the sixth action game release from Johnny Turbo’s Arcade, featuring classics by Data East.

Launching on June 21st, 2018 for $7.99 in America, Pre-Order today for $6.99. Coming soon in selected European territories.

Wizard Fire is the sequel to the original hit 90’s classic arcade game, Gate of Doom/Dark Seal, with 2-player Co-Op play action. Choose a hero from the cast of characters and lead them on a quest to quell the Evil Emperor Doom. Collect experience points by stopping your foes, and use them to gain magic spells.

Who will save us from these heralds of darkness? Come one, come all, come and hear the tale of Valiant Knights of the Wizard Fire.

Wizard Fire: Collect treasures, cast spells and save the world from villainous sorcerers and ghoulish zombies.

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Fortnite Battle Royale Available Today for Nintendo Switch!

CARY, N.C. (June 12, 2018) — Today, Epic Games is excited to announce that Fortnite Battle Royale will be available today on Nintendo Switch. Starting today, players can download the game for free on the Nintendo eShop and squad up with their friends in the same room or around the world!

Fortnite Battle Royale for Nintendo Switch is the same game players know from PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Mac, and mobile. Same gameplay, same map, same content, same weekly updates. With Switch, players can squad up with their friends in the same room or around the world, and even play on the go.

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Two More Ladies Join SNK HEROINES ~Tag Team Frenzy~!

Two new ladies join the fray of SNK HEROINES ~Tag Team Frenzy~! Meet Luong, the femme fatale and a seductive beauty, and Mian, the Sichuan opera dancer that rarely appears without her mask! Both heroines pack quite a punch with their array of acrobatics and martial arts moves.

Watch out for Luong’s whip-like “Tou” Dream Finish and Mian’s “Rangurenbu” Dream Finish! With alluring fighting styles that are as beautiful as they are powerful, you’d better be ready to face them when they arrive!

Check out Mian and Luong’s Reveal Trailer now and look forward to the worldwide launch of SNK HEROINES on September 7!

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Killer Queen Black Buzzes onto Nintendo Switch in Q1 2019!

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS – June 12, 2018 – Killer Queen Black, the strategic eight-player arcade action platformer from Liquid Bit and BumbleBear Games, buzzes onto Nintendo Switch and PC this winter, marking the first time players can take the fun home.

After millions of play sessions upon its explosion onto the arcade scene in 2013, Killer Queen is back in black with a new Glam Rock-inspired 16-bit pixel art-style and similarly-themed ‘80s metal tunes. BumbleBear’s Nik Mikros and Joshua DeBonis, the original creators of Killer Queen, have fine-tuned the experience with new mechanics suited for home play. Up to eight players split off onto blue and gold teams ready to fight for their hive.

One player on each side takes on the role of the Queen, and the others play as drones. Cunning reflexes and keen tactical planning are the key to reigning supreme over opponents. Each team’s Queen starts armed with a stinger to defend herself and attack the contending team. Be wary when controlling her, as her dangerous attacks and heightened agility come with the trade-off of limited lives.

Drones are the best units for the job when it comes to completing non-violent, game-winning objectives. Though drones begin unarmed, they don’t have to remain defenseless for long. Gates on the map empower drones in exchange for berries, transforming them into warriors with flight capabilities. Depending on which gate the drone enters, they gain powerful upgrades such as speed boosts and new weapons, including maces, lances, swords, shields, and laser rifles. But bee careful, as the Queen simply needs to fly over these gates to claim them for her team.

Three types of victory and a sky-scraping skill ceiling mean each match offers near-infinite permutations to persevere and complications to conquer. Economic Victories require drones to scoop up berries on the battlefield and bring them back to their base faster than the other team. Snail Victories involve slowly riding the snail on the bottom of the screen into a goal post, hoping that other team members ward enemies away. To earn a Military Victory, the adversary’s Queen has to be slain three times, making warriors highly sought-after.

Killer Queen Black has four game types: Quick Matches for those eager to leap into the fray, Ranked for those who want to rise to the top, Custom games with adjustable rule sets, and Arena. Arena requires a ticket to enter, earned through victory or purchased via in-game currency, and tasks players with going for victory streaks that earn awesome rewards. A notch is added to players’ swords for every victory, and reaching 100 earns them a fancy sword to brag about. Liquid Bit plans to continue supporting the game with additional maps post-release.

At any given time, there is one single “Black” team. Any team that defeats the Black team dethrones them and becomes the Black team themselves. Liquid Bit hopes to broadcast these fierce competitions and encourage the Black team to remain a constantly-shifting, coveted position.

“As lifelong arcade-goers, the phenomena that Killer Queen has become has been incredible to experience,” said Matt Tesch, co-founder of Liquid Bit. “Bringing the game to Nintendo Switch and PC is surreal and we’re eagerly anticipating watching new competitors battle for the Black team.”

Killer Queen Black will bee available digitally Q1 2019 in English.

To learn more, please visit the game’s official site, or follow the game on Twitter.

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