Today’s Nintendo eShop news: Estranged: The Departure announced for the Nintendo Switch, but also…
- Dustoff Z
- There Is No Light
- Arcade Archives E.D.F.
- World for Two
- Space Elite Force Bundle
Estranged: The Departure
Alan Edwardes has announced a game for the Nintendo Switch: Estranged: The Departure, a first-person adventure game. It’s a stand-alone sequel to Estranged: Act I, originally an Half-Life ² mod.
Here’s a trailer, some details, the list of key features, and some screenshots for the game:
Estranged: The Departure, a self contained story which can be enjoyed completely independently of the original mod, tells the tale of a lone fisherman whose ship is stranded on a mysterious island during a violent storm. Players will explore a rich, detailed landscape on their attempted escape back to the mainland, encountering puzzles, inscrutable island inhabitants and unraveling a decades-old mystery along the way. Estranged: The Departure expertly blends a rich first person narrative adventure with gripping action set-pieces and combat.
The game follows the story of a fisherman, stranded on a mysterious island during a violent storm. Little does he know his adventure has just begun, and the island is home to more than it first seems. Experience what the island has in store as you uncover the secretive Arque Corporation, burrowing ever deeper into their dangerous and haphazard operations.
- Experience the unique first person adventure
- Immerse yourself in the rich narrative and unique characters
- Interact with items, computers and audio logs for environmental storytelling
- Protect yourself with guns and melee weapons, with familiar shooter combat
Estranged: The Departure (Switch – eShop) comes out in Q4 2020 in Europe and North America.
Source: Alan Edwardes PR
Zordix have announced that Dustoff Z (developed by Invictus) will be released on October 15th in Europe and North America.
Here’s some more details and screenshot for the game:
The world as we know it is in ruins. Relentless hordes of the undead have reduced civilization to tiny pockets of survivors that are disappearing by the day. The world has one hope left – a brave and daring police helicopter pilot with a knack for machinery. Pilot helicopters salvaged together from small vehicles to retrofitted school buses and equip them with an arsenal of different zombie-destroying weapons including machine guns, rocket launchers, buzz saws, tesla coils and more.
But, saving the day can’t be done alone. Hire shooters to put those weapons to use, each with their own unique strengths and weaknesses, as you decimate the zombie population, rescue survivors, protect aid-providing convoys, and destroy high-value enemy targets. Use your chopper’s winch hook to haul in and collect supplies, place base defenses, haul the corpses of zombies back to your base for analysis and even use objects in the environment as weapons like battering rams as you deftly maneuver your helicopter through the decimated cityscapes overrun by the zombie hordes.
Dustoff Z (Switch – eShop) comes out on October 15th in Europe and North America.
There Is No Light
The Kickstarter campaign for There Is No Light has hit another Stretchgoal. Here’s where the campaign stands:
- $40 000: Bestiary (Includes concept arts and descriptions of every Boss, location, creature, and race) [Reached]
- $45 000: Upgraded VFX (Improved visuals of the environment and combat animations)
- $50 000: Second Ending (Complete special missions to unlock additional cutscenes and reveal more details about the character’s backstory)
As of writing, $41 147 have already been pledged. Click here to check out the latest Kickstarter update for the game!
There Is No Light (Switch – eShop) does not have a release date yet.
Arcade Archives E.D.F.
Here’s the recording of the latest livestream from Famitsu, showcasing Arcade Archives E.D.F. (now available in Japan):
Arcade Archives E.D.F. (Switch – eShop) comes out on September 17th in Europe and North America.
World for Two
Here’s the launch trailer + two music videos for World for Two, now available in Japan:
Space Elite Force Bundle
Here’s the launch trailer for Space Elite Force Bundle, which includes both Space Elite Force and Space Elite Force 2, now available in Europe and North America (with a 50% off launch discount):
The Upcoming Games page has been updated!