One slightly underrated fighting game on the Switch is Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid. When the title made its debut on the eShop back in March, it arrived with a limited amount of content. Since then, nWay has made a serious effort to add more to the game.

The latest update – out now on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and "coming soon" to the Nintendo Switch – adds three new characters, four new stages, and a brand new story mode with along with new voiceovers by the original cast. Below is more information about the story and new voice-over work:

"Gamers can now play through an epic storyline written and voice directed by writer/director Kyle Higgins (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Shattered Grid, Nightwing, Batman: Gates of Gotham). The mode also features original artwork by Eisner Award-winning illustrator Dan Mora (Go Go Power Rangers, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Klaus). In this new mode, players experience a re-imagining of the critically acclaimed Shattered Grid event from Boom! Studios’ Power Rangers comic book series. When Lord Drakkon, an evil alternate version of Tommy Oliver, sets off a massive campaign across time and space to destroy all Power Rangers, they must band together and fight back, before all of existence falls to his armies."

The new content includes story and combat voiceovers performed by original Power Rangers cast members, including Jason David Frank (Tommy Oliver), Austin St. John (Jason Lee Scott), David J. Fielding (Zordon), Kerrigan Mahan (Goldar) and Meghan “Strawburry17” Camarena (Kimberly).

The characters, as previously announced, include Dragon Armour Trini, Udonna and Cenozoic Blue Ranger. Take a look at each one here. The new arenas include two new selectable ones: Corinth, Planet Earth: Cenozoic Era and the non-selectable arenas (exclusive to story mode) are Command Center (Malfunctioning) and Lord Drakkon's Throne Room (Flashback).

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