Daily news (November 16, Round 3): RetroMania Wrestling / Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate

Today’s Daily news: release date for RetroMania Wrestling, but also…

  • Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate
  • Trine 4: Melody of Mystery
  • When the Past was Around
  • In Celebration of Violence
  • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

RetroMania Wrestling

Retrosoft Studios have announced that RetroMania Wrestling will be released on February 26th in Europe and North America.

Here’s the latest videos for the game (trailer and latest Developer’s Vlog):

RetroMania Wrestling (Switch – eShop) comes out on February 26th in Europe and North America.

Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate

Here’s the latest videos for Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate, showcasing Terminator vs Rambo:

Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate (Switch) and the Kombat Pack 2 come out on November 17th in Europe and North America.

Trine 4: Melody of Mystery

Modus Games and Frozenbyte have announced that Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince is to get some DLC this Spring, called Melody of Mystery.

Here’s a teaser trailer and some details:

Trine 4: Melody of Mystery beckons the series’ endearing trio of heroes back to the Astral Academy to investigate an enchanted slumber which has enveloped the academy’s students.

With a suspicious and mistakenly freed spirit on the loose, Amadeus, Pontius, and Zoya’s encore journey will lead them through six all-new levels, where they’ll master upgraded abilities while solving fresh puzzles incorporating new elements like sheets of ice, torches, magnets, and crystals. Get a first look at the adventure ahead and hear its accompanying new musical tracks by viewing Trine 4: Melody of Mystery’s teaser trailer here:

Trine 4: Melody of Mystery (Switch) comes out this Spring in Europe and North America.

Source: Modus Games PR

When the Past was Around

Here’s the latest trailer for When the Past was Around, along with some more details:

Something is missing from her world… When the Past was Around is an adventure point-and-click puzzle game about love, moving on, letting go, and the joy and pain of everything in between. This is the story of Eda, a girl in her early 20s. Like anyone in her age, she’s lost. She lost her way in the journey to achieve her dreams. She lost her way in the journey to find love. That until she met The Owl. The man that would help her burn her passion, the man that would help her find the spark in a relationship, and also the man that would teach her about heartbreak. The game tells a bittersweet tale between a girl and her lover in a surreal world consisting of disjointed rooms from memories and time. With each gathered clue, solved puzzles, and unlocked door, the girl will find her way, unraveling the secrets between her and her lover, the secrets which she used to know.

When the Past was Around (Switch – eShop) does not have a release date yet.

In Celebration of Violence

Dolores Entertainment have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: In Celebration of Violence, a fantasy action roguelike developed by Julian Edison. It will be released on November 26th in Europe and North America.

Here’s a trailer and some details:

In Celebration of Violence was produced and developed by indie developer Julian Edison and was inspired by great games such as The Binding of Isaac, Dark Souls, Rogue Legacy and even Hammerwatch. The methodical combat requires that you plan your attacks, dodges, blocks, and parries, while considering your opponents and the environment. Death is permanent, but you can improve your stats and purchase items to aid future lives. And if things get too tough, then up to four local friends can grab controllers and aid the hero as player-controlled monsters, zombies, and bandits.

In Celebration of Violence is largely a game of exploration; the combat is weighty and deliberate, the story vague and largely absent. Offering more than three hours of gameplay if you manage to run through one of the games branching paths, you begin with nothing more than the most basic controls – your wits, a wooden sword, a pitchfork and a torch. What makes the game fun is learning how to play and all other items, secrets and mechanics you must learn and discover on your own.

In Celebration of Violence features large, procedurally generated and interconnected lands such as plains, swamps, cites and of course, dungeons. There are many ways to reach the final bosses and the dungeons are a particular challenge with its many secrets and traps; only the daring and strong will manage to find the exit! A large number of weapons, items, spells, and mementos are scattered throughout the world to find, including shrines of gods. You can opt to pray to a shrine to receive a variety of favors, bonuses, and items. But choose wisely, as some gods may become angered by your actions with devastating consequences.

In Celebration of Violence offers many paths to victory. As you accumulate experience, discover schematics, and defeat bosses, you can become permanently better prepared to tackle future challenges, and no life is predetermined for success. New characters, items, and bonuses are unlocked in ways that are only hinted during gameplay, and the cheery graphics disguise a brutal and unyielding experience. Fans of the genre will enjoy venturing into the unknown to discover what hidden treasures and rewards are scattered throughout the game. 

In Celebration of Violence (Switch – eShop) comes out on November 26th in Europe and North America.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Here’s the latest livestream recording for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate:

The Upcoming Games page has been updated!


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