Today’s Daily news: Jetboard Joust announced for the Nintendo Switch, but also…
- Tracks – Toybox Edition
- HyperBrawl Tournament
- Kagamihara Justice
- Rogue Company
- 3000th Duel
Freedom! Games have announced a game for the Nintendo Switch: Jetboard Joust, a “joyous fusion of classic arcade shoot-’em-ups and modern roguelikes” developed by BitBull. It will be release in 2021 in Europe and North America, with English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, and Chinese (Simplified and Traditional) language options.
Here’s a trailer, some details, and some screenshots for the game:
A follow-up three decades in the making, Jetboard Joust springs into action 31 years following the launch of 1989’s ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64, and Amstrad CPC title Skateboard Joust. Soar around circular arenas on a levitating jetboard and defend civilians from alien raiders. Wield an arsenal of heavy weaponry to protect the skies while balancing propulsive bursts to evade enemy fire and maintain altitude across a gauntlet of procedurally-generated levels.
Dogfight with more than 50 varieties of intergalactic invaders, including hulking mutants created from abductees then face off against massive bosses. Once the enemy armadas are defeated, challenging guardians appear as one final obstacle between the hero and a treasure trove of loot, weapons, and currency that will prove invaluable in overcoming the trials ahead.
Master action-packed combat where juggling weapon condition, ammo count, and shields is the key to survival. Harness momentum to transform the jetboard into a devastating projectile. Earn coins from destroying foes and saving citizens to purchase weapon and jetboard upgrades or save up to buy extra lives and return to the fight after falling in battle to keep the run going.
Jetboard Joust (Switch – eShop) comes out in 2021 in Europe and North America.
Source: Freedom! Games PR
Tracks – Toybox Edition
Excalibur Games have announced a game for the Nintendo Switch: Tracks – Toybox Edition, a toy train set builder developed by Whoop Group. It will be released this November in Europe and North America, and will be available at retail and on the Nintendo eShop. This version includes both Suburban and Sci-Fi packs.
Here’s a trailer, some details, and some screenshots:
Build the train set of your dreams: Tracks is a toy train set builder which gives you the tools to play without limits. Lay down tracks, create bridges and build worlds, then hop into the driver’s seat of your train in first person view. Play with boosters, create firework displays, compose tunes and so much more. Let your imagination free!
Tracks – Toybox Edition (Switch) comes out on November in Europe and North America.
Source: Excalibur PR
Here’s the latest video for HyperBrawl Tournament, which focuses on the game’s lore, along with some more details and a few screenshots:
This video delves into the lore of HyperBrawl Tournament as an ancient society of druids holds a contest to seek out the champion of the universe. You’ll choose from one of three classes of heroes. There’s the Swift class, which is fast and agile, but lacks endurance; the hulking Tank class, which can take and dish out the most damage at the expense of speed; and the Core class, which represents jack-of-all-trades heroes.
Each Hero comes with their own unique arena tied to their homeworld, offering a glimpse at their history and culture. Every arena is different, offering unique shapes and obstacles that require varied strategies to adapt to. You’ll have to master the HyperCurve to change the trajectory of your shots to take full advantage of each stage’s unique layout. But don’t forget to channel the HyperForce to power up your offensive capabilities to launch your opponents out of the arena.
You’ll earn a huge host of cosmetic rewards and accolades by completing challenges. These range from conquering stages in the Campaign Mode across several difficulties, to accomplishing win streaks in the online multiplayer modes.
HyperBrawl Tournament offers an unprecedent degree of depth as you assemble a team of two heroes from three classes and arm them with unique weapons to make for an entirely unique playstyle. With 12 heroes to choose from and eight cosmic weapons to equip, there are over 4,000 unique ways to customize your characters. Play against the AI in the fully fleshed out single-player campaign, or face off against up to three other players in the quickmatch Arcade mode or the more competitive online Blitz mode, complete with its own global leaderboards.
HyperBrawl Tournament (Switch – eShop) comes out on October 20th in Europe and North America.
Source: Milky Tea Studios PR
Regista have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: Kagamihara Justice. It will be released on October 15th in Japan, and it’s now available for pre-order on the Nintendo eShop for 980 Yen (regular price from October 28th: 1 980 Yen). Unfortunately, it does not offer an English language option.
Here’s some screenshots for the game:
Kagamihara Justice (Switch – eShop) comes out on October 15th in Japan.
Here’s a cinematic teaser for Dahlia, the latest Rogue coming soon Rogue Company:
Neopopcorn have released some free DLC for 3000th Duel, called The Wise Ones.
Here’s a trailer and some details:
3000th Duel: The Wise Ones contains over 150 additional regions to explore and 60 kinds of monsters to finish with, as well as new equipment and occults, and a harder game mode. Continue the adventures of a masked hero with no memory through an obscure universe now much bigger than before.
Source: Neopopcorn PR
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