Today’s Nintendo eShop news: Down to Hell annoucned for the Nintendo Switch, but also…
- Cafeteria Nipponica
- Slime Tactics
Down to Hell
Red Dev Studio have announced that they are bringing Down to Hell to the Nintendo Switch. It’s described as a “2D slasher game with challenging difficulty and unique style inspired by metal music”. Details about the Nintendo Switch version will be shared at a later date.
In the mean time, here’s a trailer, some details, and some screenshots from the PC version:
Down To Hell is 2D slasher game with challenging difficulty and unique style inspired by metal music. The game will go through Early Access period in episodic format: after the first episode premieres next Thursday, next episode is scheduled to come in 2-3 months release window.
Down To Hell is a game with a heavy metal heart. It’s inspired by the best elements of Metroidvania conventions, but it’s also a 2D answer to the combo-heavy fight style of such games as Devil May Cry and brutal difficulty of Souslike genre.
All of the experience is enhanced by the grim, but evocative art style, inspired covers of metal albums, the darkest of dark fantasy and classic references such as legendary manga Berserk. The dark atmosphere is punctuated by a truly metal soundtrack. Decapitated and KORONAL are onboard with their music, with more renown metal bands joining the score soon.
Down to Hell (Switch) does not have a release date yet. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Source: Red Dev Studios PR
The latest game from Kairosoft on Nintendo Switch is Cafeteria Nipponica, and it will be released on April 18th worldwide. It’s already available for pre-purchase for 1 200 Yen / 10€ / £8.99, and it requires 229MB of free space. The Japanese version does offer an English language option, for those of you who really need to buy this one specifically. If past Kairosoft titles are anything to go by, we can expect a demo version to be released on the same day as the game itself.
Here’s a trailer, some details, and some screenshots:
Don your chef’s hat and hit the kitchen! You’re the chef de cuisine in this scrumptious simulation that’ll have you coming back for seconds… and more! Run your own restaurant, find ingredients, research recipes and spice up your culinary repertoire! Only you can bring your establishment sweet success!
Decide every detail of the floor from tables to TVs and do whatever it takes to make your customers happy! After all, their ratings determine whether you’re chef…or sap. Score enough points and you’ll be able to host a variety of fun events from eating contests to cooking classes, further boosting your popularity
But of course, what’s a cook without a crew? Recruit eager faces to build your own five-star team. Play your cards right and you might find yourself running multiple restaurants at once!
The sky’s the limit in this sizzling new take on restaurant management, incorporating a uniquely Japanese spread that will train your brain and tantalize your taste buds!
Cafeteria Nipponica (Switch – eShop) comes out on April 18th worldwide. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Flyhigh Works have confirmed that Slime Tactics will be released today (April 11th) in Europe and North America, where it will cost 9.99€ / $9.99.
Here’s a trailer, some details, and some screenshots for it:
A successor to Ambition of the Slimes, this is a real time strategy game in which you control and lead the ‘weakest’ units in gaming – Slimes. Your task is to take these slimes and make them a powerful army!
Slime Tactics offers real time strategy battles with a difference; there are various slime types to master, all with their own unique skills and characteristics. With smart strategy you can conquer the most deadly of enemies!
Take on numerous colourful and imaginative stages as the leader of these Slime forces, with some fantastic boss encounters to discover.
Slime Tactics (Switch – eShop) comes out on April 11th in Europe and North America.
Source: Flyhigh Works PR
Unties have announced that Figment will be released on April 25th in Japan, where it will cost 2 160 Yen. The game is already available for pre-purchase for 1 944 Yen (pre-purchase and launch offer available until May 8th), and requires 726MB. It does offer an English language option, which isn’t too surprising since it’s already available in Europe and North America.
Here’s a trailer and some screenshots:
Figment (Switch – eShop) comes out on April 25th in Japan. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!