eShop news (March 29): Demon Turf / Katana Zero

Today’s Nintendo eShop news: Demon Turf announced for the Nintendo Switch, but also…

  • Katana Zero
  • Alba: A Wildlife Adventure
  • Sky: The Children of the Sky
  • G-Mode Archives Majou Musume Princess
  • Secret Neighbor

Demon Turf

Playtonic Friends have announced their very first title Demon Turf, the latest game from Fabraz. It will be released this Summer in Europe and North America.

Here’s a trailer, some details, and the list of key features for the game:

Taking the role of Beebz, a mere 1000 year old demon, players must reclaim the numerous “turfs” of the Demon world, defeat the Demon King and claim the throne for themself. Demon Turf brings a truly fresh take on the platform genre with it’s hybrid 2D/3D art style, a world chock-full of humor and style, punky attitude and incredible focus on replayability & ever-evolving challenge.

  • Self placed checkpoints – Show off without them for a perfect run, or place one in preparation for a challenging section. You can even teleport between these checkpoints if you missed a collectable along the way!
  • Return Levels – a brand new take on progression, take a victory lap and explore previously beaten levels to discover their liberated state, with plenty of mechanical and environmental changes to uncover
  • Physics driven combat – How do you defeat the demon hordes when none of your own attacks are actually lethal?A special physics-driven combat system that ramps up the chaos and fun. Push, pull and spin your enemies out of your way and down cliffs or into spikes.
  • Mouth Watering amount of side content – 50 specific locations/characters to line the walls of an empty gallery. Fend of 25 arena challenges worth of enemy waves. Tackle 10 Demon Soccer Golf courses that put a bizarre twist on ball-pushing puzzles. Collect 8 cartridges to unlock remixed throwback levels from glorious 3D platformers of the past

Demon Turf (Switch – eShop) comes out this Summer in Europe and North America.

Source: Playtonic Friends PR

Katana Zero

In their latest development update post, askiisoft have revealed that the free DLC for Katana Zero is going to be 6 times bigger than originally planned (that’s about half the size of the main game!). It will feature even more levels, mechanics, enemies, bosses, and story elements.

The best part? This “Katana Zero 1.5” DLC will still be completely free!

As for when it will be released…

The short answer is – I don’t know yet. There’s a ton of content finished, but this is a large project and I’m aspiring to the same level of quality and attention of the base game. I’m also still doing all the programming and design myself – this is my passion project after all. But don’t fret! The game is progressing at a healthy pace, and the whole dev team is working full steam on production. The DLC won’t be expanding anymore either – the plan is set and now we’re focused on finishing it.

Source: askiisoft

Alba: A Wildlife Adventure

Here’s the latest set of screenshots for Alba: A Wildlife Adventure:

Alba: A Wildlife Adventure (Switch – eShop) does not have a release date yet.

Source: Famitsu

Sky: The Children of the Sky

thatgamecompany have announced that Sky: The Children of the Sky will be released on Nintendo Switch this Spring. There will be a beta test for Japanese players in the near future.

Source: Gamer

G-Mode Archives Majou Musume Princess

G-Mode have announced their latest G-Mode Archives title for the Nintendo Switch: Majou Musume Princess (price: 500 Yen). No release date yet, but here’s a trailer:

G-Mode Archives Majou Musume Princess (Switch – eShop) does not have a release date yet.

Secret Neighbor

tinyBuild Games have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: Secret Neighbor. It will be released this Summer in Europe and North America.

Here’s a trailer:

Secret Neighbor (Switch – eShop) comes out this Spring in Europe and North America.

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