Qualche istante fa è stata rivelata la data di uscita ufficiale di Raging Justice, titolo in arrivo imminente sul Nintendo eShop di Switch.
Il titolo di Nic Makin, ex developer di Rare che ha lavorato a titoli come Kameo: Elements of Power e Perfect Dark Zero, dal 2014 con il suo studio, MakinGames, arriverà il prossimo 8 maggio 2018 sull’eShop di Nintendo Switch.
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A THIRD CHALLENGER ENTERS THE FRAY!
RAGING JUSTICE WILL LAUNCH ON MAY 8th 2018
UK – 5th April 2018 – Today, award-winning international games label Team17 and independent developer MakinGames are proud to announce that RAGING JUSTICE will drop kick its way onto Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch™, PC and Mac on May 8th 2018. Also announced is a third playable character: Ashley King, a street-smart inner-city kid with a backpack full of whoop ass.
The streets of Big Smoke City aren’t safe for anyone, let alone a kid and so it’s a good job that Ashley King isn’t just any kid. Raised under the constant fear of gang violence, Ash had to grow up and grow up fast. Drawing influence from action movie heroes, Ash has developed a fast and lethal fighting style that takes enemies by surprise.
NAME: Ashley King
INFO: Ash’s inner-city upbringing was blighted by the fear of gang violence. Fast and lethal, Ash learned to fight on the streets, using movies as inspiration for an arsenal of lethal moves including a signature Crane Kick finisher.
“We realised that Raging Justice needed a third playable character and we wanted someone who would fit the style of the game yet give a very different feel when playing.” Said Nic Makin, lead programmer of MakinGames. Jay Howse, lead artist, added “We chose a teenager because I wanted something different to the usual ‘veteran cop/ex-military’ type. I wanted more of a fish out of water type character, someone who might have ended up in the situation by accident but still manages to hold their own and kick some serious arse!”
Raging Justice will launch on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch™, PC and Mac on May 8th 2018