Poco fa è emerso l’arrivo di un nuovo titolo indipendente, The Low Road, disponibile nei prossimi mesi sui Nintendo Switch europei.
Il titolo punta e clicca di XGen Studios, verrà pubblicato nel corso dell’estate anche sull’eShop europeo e americano di Nintendo Switch.
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XGen Studios Announces “The Low Road” for Nintendo Switch
Edmonton, Alberta – May 23, 2018
XGen Studios announces today that they will bring their title The Low Road to the Nintendo SwitchTM system.
Set in the world of the 1970s automobile industry, The Low Road, is a point and click adventure which follows a team of corporate spies dedicated to the protection (and appropriation) of game-changing industry secrets. Sporting a unique visual style inspired by gouche paintings and a pulsating industry secrets.
The Low Road initially launched on Steam summer 2017, has received numerous awards and carries a rating of 82% positive customer reviews. Gaming press, such as Kotaku writing “The Low Road opens with one of my favorite video game puzzles of the year” and Way Point-Vice has stated “The Low Road is a brilliant adventure game. It’s well-made, cleverly designed, and has a narrative that just keeps on kicking…
The Low Road is slated for release on the Switch Summer 2018. For additional information about The Low Road please visit www.thelowroad.com .
The Low Road Switch Trailer
About XGen Studios
XGen Studios is an award-winning videogame developer, publisher, and technology provider. Over the past decade, XGen Studios has brought to market 14 commercial games for 7 unique platforms, including Mac, PC, Linux, Android, iOS, and the Web, as well as the #1-selling hit Defend Your Castle for Nintendo’s WiiWareTM Service and Day-1 PS4TM title Super Motherload.
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