Today’s Nintendo eShop news: Rival Megagun announced for the Nintendo Switch, but also…
- Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption
- The Way Remastered
Earlier this week, Degica announced that Rival Megagun was headed to the Nintendo Switch. Here’s all you need to know about it:
Rival Megagun is a competitive split-screen vertical shooting game (or shoot ’em up, shmup, STG). Transform into your Mega Gunship boss form to blast your rival head-on in this retrofuture arcade shooter with a unique competitive twist!
- Transform into a gigantic boss ship – your “Mega Gunship” – to invade your opponent’s screen
- Build up your chain and unleash devastating attacks
- Multiple heroes to choose from, each with their own set of special weapons and Mega Gunship form
- Intense 2-player local and online versus battles
- A single-player arcade mode
Rival Megagun (Switch – eShop) comes out in Q4 2018 worldwide. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Source: Degica PR
Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption
Earlier this week, Another Indie and Dark Star Game Studios announced that Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption was also headed to the Nintendo Switch, and would be released in Q3 2018 alongside other platforms. It will cost $18.99, and will be playable in English, Spanish, German, French, Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese and Russian.
Here’s all you need to know about it:
To atone for his wicked crimes, Adam, a soldier with a dark past, must set out on a quest for redemption and face off against monstrous enemies based on the seven deadly sins. His vile deeds and history with these beasts will unfold as he draws closer to absolution.
Sacrifice a part of Adam before each duel and receive a permanent debuff, resulting in reduced health, strength or equipment for the entirety of the journey. Each battle will become tougher than the last as debuffs stack, but new gear can be obtained by successfully conquering trials.
If all hope is lost, revive a defeated enemy to regain a sacrificed attribute and revisit the battle later. Experiment to find the optimal path to redemption or take on all debuffs simultaneously from the start for a challenging and rewarding journey.
Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption (Switch – eShop) comes out in Q3 2018 worldwide. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Source: Another Indie PR
Yesterday, pre-orders for DragoDino went live on the Nintendo eShop. Here’s all you need to know about the game:
Help Bob to find the lost egg in fighting the guardians of the Forest’s Kingdom! Discover this new 2D platformer through colorful levels, randomly generated.
DragoDino is a roguelike with an original gameplay based on a simple goal: climb up. The player plays an intelligent reptile with super powers to jump higher and higher, create platforms and shoot powerful energy balls. He must learn to master those abilities to successfully reach the top of every levels and beat the hostile creatures who will try to stop it. Through its progression, the player will have to adapt itself to a more and more hostile environment randomly generated.
Through the levels, Power Ups are allocated so that the player improves its abilities and gets new powers. They can be stored or used immediately so the player can chose its strategy depending on its game style and hope to beat the merciless bosses.
DragoDino has been inspired by many retro games offering an experience through to charismatic characters.
Simple to pick up, DragoDino offers a challenge to the players, in solo or co-op mode.
DragoDino (Switch – eShop) comes out on April 27th in Europe and North America.
Source: Tealrock Studio PR
The Way Remastered
Next week, The Way Remastered will be released on Nintendo Swich. Here’s all you need to know about it:
The Way Remastered tells a story about a member of space explorers team who lost his beloved and cannot accept her death. During one of his expeditions he discovers ancient writings that testify the existence of a method for obtaining eternal life. Hoping to get his beloved back, he decides to return to the alien planet. However, the planet hides many secrets and dangers that he must face.
- Immerse yourself in the amazingly detailed world of 200 screens filled with alien flora and fauna.
- Feel the rush of adrenaline as you experience challenging gameplay in this retro style adventure.
- Uncover the mysteries surrounding the planet and learn the story through beautiful visuals and atmospheric soundtrack.
- Gain new abilities to help you get around the planet and solve mind-bending puzzles.
Main additions to the remastered version:
- Voice over
- Graphic improvements
- HD Rumble
- Music player
- Game and level design changes based on players’ feedback
Finally, here’s some screenshots:
The Way Remastered (Switch – eShop) comes out on April 20th in Europe and North America.
Earlier this week, FIFTYTWO and Jetdogs announced that Kensho was headed to the Nintendo Switch. Here’s all you need to know about it:
The animated graphics in Kenshō allure and charm at first glance, with their fascinating play of light and shadow, colors that change depending on the state of nature, and flowing lines and transitions of light: all this magical beauty makes gamers forget they are playing a simple 2D game by immersing them in a truly rich visual experience.
The name of the game refers to two terms from the Japanese philosophical concept, Zen: “Ken,” which means “seeing,” and “shō,” which means “nature.” It is shō, nature—its pricelessness, beauty and fragility—that is at the heart of the game, which takes place in a surreal room. Doors inside that room lead to different worlds and breathtaking environments, including lush jungles and stormy seas. The game of Kenshō tells its story through ingame cutscenes and emoji-style conversations that are fun to watch.
Kenshō’s Key Features:
- Rich visual experience
- Unique color-matching puzzle gameplay
- Physical environment and weather conditions
- Emoji-style fascinating storyline
- 11 original songs created by Oscar Rydelius to build a unique Kenshō atmosphere
Kensho (Switch – eShop) does not have a release date yet, but it’s already been added to the Upcoming Games page!