Pixel Noir: il titolo annunciato per l’arrivo sull’eShop di Nintendo Switch

Poco fa è stato rivelato l’arrivo di un nuovo titolo indipendente, Pixel Noir, disponibile nei prossimi mesi su Nintendo Switch.

Il titolo JRPG con elementi investigativi “da noir” di SWDTech vedrà la luce, grazie ad un porting, nel corso del 2018 sull’eShop europeo ed americano di Nintendo Switch.

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Pixel Noir is on its way to Nintendo Switch! The J-RPG inspired game by SWDTech will have a Nintendo Switch port and will be released at the same launch date as the Xbox One, PC and PlayStation 4 versions. The version for Nintendo’s hybrid Console will include every element introduced on PC, Xbox One and PS4, but you’ll be able to explore and survive Pinnacle City anywhere! As with the other versions of the game already announced, the game will have Spanish, French and German translations included on launch date. Pixel Noir is a JRPG-inspired detective game set against a film noir backdrop. Think Earthbound meets Sin City! • Solve a variety of mysteries as Pinnacle City’s cheapest Private Eye! From missing pets to murder investigations, your detective skills will earn you either fortune or face punches. • Fight enemies in turn-based combat. Unleash devastating combo attacks by teaming up with other heroes in your team! • Explore Pinnacle City–a wretched hive of scum and villainy harboring black market trade & hawked by colorful characters. • Use your investigation mode to reveal clues. Level it up over time to unearth new secrets and storylines! • Overkill mechanic: if you do too much damage, instead of knocking your enemy out, you can kill them. This will affect what type of spoils you get from battle! New timed hit mechanics for skills including button sequences and d-pad rotation! • CRDTech card game… can you find Phil, the Dust Master?

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