Today’s Nintendo news: latest trailer for Streets of Rage 4, but also…
- Theme Park Simulator
- Freedom Finger
Streets of Rage 4
DotEmu, Lizardcube, and Guard Crush Games have shared some more details about Streets of Rage 4, revealing two features that fans of the series should enjoy a lot:
- unlockable pixel art characters with movesets and abilities from their respective games. For example, the Streets of Rage fighters can call the cops for their special moves, and the Streets of Rage 3 characters can sprint and roll through environments. Those pixel art characters bring the total roster count to 17.
- option to switch to the original music tracks from Streets of Rage 1 and 2.
Here’s the latest trailer for the game, which will cost $24.99 at launch:
Streets of Rage 4 (Switch) comes out this Spring worldwide.
Source: DotEmu / Lizardcube / Guard Crush Games PR
Theme Park Simulator
Badland Publishing have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: Theme Park Simulator. It will be released on April 17th in Europe and North America.
Here’s a trailer, some details, and the list of key features for the game:
Enjoy each of the eleven available rides in third or first person and manage its performance in real time: capacity, speed, direction, movement patterns, smoke and light effects… and watch the reaction of the visitors! Control the most iconic amusement park rides, including the Ferris wheel, bumper cars and two roller coasters. Use Nintendo Switch touch screen to calibrate the speed and direction of the rides and test your customers’ endurance. Plus, each attraction offers a choice of different cameras – you can even experience them through the eyes of the passengers.
Theme Park Simulator allows you to control, with unprecedented realism, 11 different rides: Ferris Wheel, Bumper Cars, Inverter, Tagada, Amor Express, Wild Mouse, Twister, Tokaido, Viking Ship, Techno Jump and Kamikaze. All of them recreated on Nintendo Switch with great attention to detail.
- Control 11 legendary rides using Nintendo Switch Touch Screen.
- Manage speed, direction and motion patterns of each ride through a simple and realistic control systems.
- At any time you can choose between a free camera or different pre-set views, including cameras that reflect the passengers’ point of view.
- Drive a bumper car via touch screen!
- Activate light and smoke effects to surprise the passengers and change the decoration of the rides!
- The audience will react in real time to your decisions: you’ll hear their screams as you increase speed and change the motion pattern of each ride.
Theme Park Simulator (Switch – eShop) comes out on April 17th in Europe and North America. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Source: Badland Publishing PR
Here’s the Accolades Trailer for Freedom Finger: