Today’s Daily news: latest Dev Diary video for Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection, but also…
- Solomon Program
- Numskull Games Presents
- Ova Magica
- Castle Kong
- Empire of Sin
Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection
Here’s the latest Dev Diary video for Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection:
Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection (Switch – eShop) comes out on February 25th worldwide.
Konami have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: Solomon Program, a Free 2 Play Battle x Programming x Strategy game. It will be released on February 25th in Japan.
Here’s some videos and some pictures:
Solomon Program (Switch – eShop) comes out on February 25th in Japan.
Numskull Games Presents
During the Numskull Games Presents presentation, on Friday, Numskull Games made several announcements for the Nintendo Switch:
- Battle Axe will be released in April 2021 in Europe
Inspired by the classic adventure games of the 80s/90s, Battle Axe is an arcade top-down hack & slash created by renowned pixel artist Henk Nieborg. Featuring high quality visuals, true to form game mechanics, and music from the legendary VGM composer Manami Matsumae – retro gamers rejoice!
- Bladed Fury will be released in March 2021 in Europe
The fluid and precise 2D action game is based on Chinese history and mythology with surreal elements. Wandering the Warring States of China, Ji is an exiled princess on a vengeful quest after a rival clan takes control of the region having been wrongly blamed for her father’s death.
- Brigandine – The Legend of Runersia is getting a non-Limited Run Games retail release in April 2021
The sequel to the renowned tactical RPG from the 90s, brand new physical editions of Brigandine now return to both the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. Players now waging war in the Continent of Runersia to conquer and unify the land under one nation: you decide how your legend will unfold by selecting a country and creating your army, exploring locations and encountering over unique knights monsters.
- Iris.Fall is getting a retail release in Europe this month
You play as Iris, who follows a black cat into a dilapidated theatre – solving intricate puzzles in the realms of light and shadow. The gothic game won ‘Best Visual Art’ and was nominated for ‘Best Narration’ at the 2019 Taipei Game Show.
- RICO London was announced, and will be released this June in Europe and North America
RICO London is a fast-paced first-person shooter which sees you tackling the notorious and violent gangs of London. Play solo or with a friend in co-op mode, you’ll move through a variety of procedurally generated levels to wipe out the gang threat that’s increasing all over the capital.
Here’s the recording of the presentation and trailers for the upcoming games:
Source: Numskull Games PR
The Kickstarter campaign for Ova Magica is still going strong, with 179 241€ pledged as of writing. Here’s where the campaign stands:
- 55 000€: Play with your Bloobs [reached]
- 70 000€: Additional Blob World [reached]
- 85 000€: Clover Town Museum [reached]
- 100 000€: Pool Area & Swimsuit Outfits [reached]
- 115 000€: Expand your House [reached]
- 130 000€: Beauty Salon [reached]
- 150 000€: Free Reward: Blob Encyclopedia [reached]
- 175 000€: Photo Mode
Also, the latest Kickstarter update is now live: click here to check it out!
Ova Magica (Switch – eShop) does not have a release date yet.
Drowning Monkey Games have announced that Castle Kong will be released on February 25th in Europe and North America. It will cost 6.99€ / £5.29 / $6.99.
Here’s some details:
Put simply, Castle Kong is a celebration to the classic Nintendo arcade game, Donkey Kong, recreating the same kind of looks, retro graphical world and stages, while presenting completely new addictive challenges that were presented in bygone times. 22 levels traversing four different stages, with just 3 lives to complete your epic quest.
Castle Kong (Switch – eShop) comes out on February 25th in Europe and North America.
Source: Drowning Monkey Games PR
Empire of Sin
Here’s the latest set of screenshots for Empire of Sin:
Empire of Sin (Switch) comes out on February 25th in Japan.
The Upcoming Games page has been updated!