Today’s Nintendo eShop news: release date for Tangledeep on Nintendo Switch, but also…
- Blazing Chrome
- When Ski Lifts Go Wrong
- Arcade Archives
Last week, it was announced that Tangledeep will be released on January 31st on Nintendo Switch, worldwide. Here’s a trailer and some details:
Enter the magical world of Tangledeep, a beautifully polished dungeon crawler inspired by classic 16-bit RPGs! Colorful characters, a unique job system, tons of skills, items, and diverse environments with deep, turn-based roguelike gameplay. A different adventure every time you play!
* New controls and UI, including the handy new Ring Menu!
* Supports handheld & docked modes
* Supports Nintendo Switch Pro Controller
* New monsters including the frosty Polarattler, spiky Hardshell Snapper, and sneaky Saboteur!
* Explore a new starting area – Riverstone Waterway – with more challenge, but more rewards as well!
* Hundreds of hours of glorious 16-bit style dungeon crawling with twelve jobs, tons of items, skills, and areas to discover!
Tangledeep (Switch – eShop) comes out on January 31st worldwide. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Here’s the second Commander introducing for Wargroove, introducing Caesar:
Wargroove (Switch – eShop) comes out this Winter worldwide.
Here’s the latest video clip for Pikuniku:
Pikuniku (Switch – eShop) comes out on January 24th worldwide.
Here’s a video clip for Blazing Chrome:
Blazing Chrome (Switch – eShop) comes out this Winter in Europe and North America.
When Ski Lifts Go Wrong
Here’s the latest video clip for When Ski Lifts Go Wrong:
When Ski Lifts Go Wrong (Switch – eShop) comes out this Winter in Europe and North America.
In order to celebrate the 100th week of continuous release for the Arcade Archives series, Famitsu is having a special feature (16 pages long) in the latest issue of the magazine this week. Here’s the preview pages:
The latest issue of Famitsu magazine comes out on Thursday in Japan (effectively Wednesday morning/afternoon in North America and Europe respectively).
Here’s the 3rd Developer Commentary video for Yooka-Laylee: