Daily news (January 6, Round 2): Spacebase Startopia / Arcade Archives Rod Land

Today’s Daily news: latest set of screenshots for Spacebase Startopia, but also…

  • Arcade Archives Rod Land
  • Golden Force
  • Okinawa Rush
  • Contraptions
  • Netflix (Wii U, Nintendo 3DS)

Spacebase Startopia

Here’s the latest set of screenshots for Spacebase Startopia:

Spacebase Startopia (Switch – eShop) does not have a release date yet.

Source: 4Gamer

Arcade Archives Rod Land

Hamster have announced their latest Arcade Archives release for the Nintendo Switch: Rod Land. It will be released on January 7th worldwide, and as usual, it will cost 6.99€ / £6.29 / $7.99 / 838 Yen. The Japanese version will offer an English language option.

Here’s some screenshots:

Arcade Archives Rod Land (Switch – eShop) comes out on January 7th worldwide.

Source: Famitsu

Golden Force

PixelHeart have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: Golden Force, an action/adventure platformer developed by Storybird Games. It will be released on February 26th in Europe and North America.

Here’s a trailer, some details, the list of key features, and some pictures for the game:

It’s an explosive action/adventure platformer in which you can embody mercenaries fighting to eradicate the forces of evil for money. With the help of the 4 available anti-heroes, you will have to travel through all the worlds of the game to defeat the King of Demons. You will face all kinds of evil monsters and traps but you can also equip yourself with items that will make your task a little easier, it’s still the King of Demons. And if you really can’t do it on your own, you can always ask a buddy to help you since the game has a 2-player cooperation mode.

  • Several moves available + air assistance from your boat (it looks explosive)
  • 4 different worlds with bonuses to pick up, hidden objects and secret levels
  • A group of heroes ready to sacrifice themselves: Gutz, Spina, Drago and Elder
  • A 2-player cooperation mode

Golden Force (Switch) comes out on February 26th in Europe and North America.

Source: PixelHeart PR

Okinawa Rush

PixelHeart have announced another game for the Nintendo Switch: Okinawa Rush, a platform action/adventure game developed by Sokaikan. It will be released later this year in Europe and North America.

Here’s a trailer, some details, the list of key features, and the boxart:

Choose to embody one of the martial arts masters to face and destroy the Black Mantis clan. Alone or with a friend, you will have to eliminate all the hordes of ninjas, warriors or demons preventing you from reaching the final confrontation. This exciting quest with multiple possibilities (several endings per avatar) offers a dynamic gameplay with fluid and fast fights. Add to this scrolls of combos and an intuitive parry system! You’ll also find RPG attributes with a leveling principle on the characteristics of your characters and objects that also allow you to improve them.

  • Tailor-made combat engine.
  • Unique movements for each character.
  • Fight with swords, nunchakus and katanas.
  • A captivating story told with pixel art scenes.
  • Many different enemies, each with their own moves and weapons.
  • Prepare all attacks, projectiles and traps!
  • Online high score table.
  • Secret zones and mysteries to discover.
  • Cooperative mode, with the possibility to heal each other!
  • Arcade mode to get immediately into the heart of the action.

Okinawa Rush (Switch) comes out later this year in Europe and North America.

Source: PixelHeart PR


Here’s the latest trailer for Contraptions:

Contraptions (Switch – eShop) comes out on January 7th in Japan.

Netflix (Wii U, Nintendo 3DS)

Nintendo have announced that Netflix on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS will be discontinued on June 30th. The app itself is no longer available for download since December 31st, but it can still be redownloaded if you already grabbed it before it was removed from the Nintendo eShop.

Source: Nintendo
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