Today’s Nintendo eShop news: Hypercharge: Unboxed now available for pre-purchase, but also…
- Without Escape
- Super Mega Space Blaster Special Turbo
- Moving Out
Starting today, Hypercharge: Unboxed is available for pre-purchase on the Nintendo eShop with a 10% off pre-purchase discount (regular price: $19.99).
Here’s some more details, the list of key features, and some screenshots for the game:
HYPERCHARGE Unboxed tells the story of Sgt. Max Ammo and his epic mission to defend the HYPER-CORE. Your task is to fulfill his mission and prevent the HYPER-CORE from being destroyed. If it’s destroyed, you can bid farewell to your human friends. They’ll forget about you. It’ll be like you never existed. Do not let that happen. Work together and win, for the future of toys everywhere!
- Co-op – Fight for Toy-kind, together. Squad up with 3 other players in Online / Local Co-op and save the HYPER-CORE from total annihilation.
- PvP – Plastic vs Plastic. Go head-to-head against other small soldiers as you fight to become top of the scoreboard.
- Single-player – Not every hero needs a team. Are you a lone wolf and prefer to play offline on your own? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
- Split-screen – Old school. Buddy up on the sofa and blast the enemy as a team. (4-player Split-screen when connected to the dock).
- Explore – The Sky is your limit. Well, the top shelf is. Unlimited freedom to scavenge each environment for credits, coins, batteries and if you’re skilled enough collectables.
- Fortify – Defend what you swore to protect. Build turrets, traps, walls and fight off evil hordes of weaponized toys. Watch out for the T. Rex.
- Progression – You deserve to look the part. Earn XP, unlock skins and customize your action figure and weapon. Just because you’re small, doesn’t mean you can’t look the part.
- Strategies – The Art of Defense. Discuss tactics with your squad and plan out the best form of defense. Teamwork is crucial if you want to earn the highest tier rewards.
- Difficulty – A choice for the whole family. With Casual, Regular and Expert, there’s always a mode to suit your level of skill.
Hypercharge: Unboxed (Switch – eShop) comes out on January 31st in Europe and North America.
Source: Digital Cybercherries PR
eastasiasoft have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: Without Escape, a first-person point & click horror adventure game developed by Bumpy Trail Games. It will be released on January 15th worldwide.
Here’s a trailer, some details, and the list of key features for the game:
Without Escape is a tribute to first-person graphic adventures of the early ’90s with an interactive story told through pre-rendered backgrounds and full-motion video. Explore the confines of your own home as you flip between a mundane existence and a terrifying otherworld. Are you prepared to endure the horrors that await you?
- Reconnect with the past through classic point-and-click exploration.
- Overcome enigmatic puzzles that will test your wits.
- Immerse yourself in your home’s oppressive atmosphere with an atmospheric soundtrack.
- Discover multiple endings, secrets, and Easter eggs.
- Gaze upon beautiful backgrounds – in your old home, which has become a hellish nightmare.
Without Escape (Switch – eShop) comes out on January 15th worldwide. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Source: eastasiasoft PR
Super Mega Space Blaster Special Turbo
Bare Knuckle Development have shared some more details for Super Mega Space Blaster Special Turbo, with the list of Nintendo Switch features:
- Supports all 3 Nintendo Switch play modes: handheld, table-top, and TV (1080p).
- Supports local 2 player using one horizontal Joy-Con each (This means when using individual horizontal Joy-Cons space blasters always shoot forward as there is no right stick for turret control).
- Supports the Nintendo Switch Pro controller.
- HD rumble support.
- Save Cloud Data support.
Super Mega Space Blaster Special Turbo (Switch – eShop) comes out on January 14th in Europe and North America.
Source: Bare Knuckle Development PR
The first Devblog post for Moving Out is now live: it’s a pretty short one, but you can click here to check it out and see for yourself what the game looked like after just one day in development! A new blog post will go live every week, on Monday.
Moving Out (Switch – eShop) does not have a release date yet.