Overview

Number of Players
Single Player
Genre
Action, Adventure, Puzzle, RPG
Release Date

Switch eShop

  • 15th Oct 2020 (US/Canada), $19.99
  • 1st Oct 2020 (UK/EU/AU), £15.09
Official Site
nintendo.com

Reviews

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About The Game

Batbarian: Testament of the Primordials is a snarky action-adventure puzzle game with a good dose of humor. Explore hundreds of secret-filled rooms, fight big bosses, gather companions for your party and use the powers of Pip -your bat buddy- to solve puzzles and escape the eldritch abyss! *Crash* ...That was the sound of you landing face first in an abyss filled with monsters, traps, and eldritch secrets. But hey, it's ok barbarian, you are not alone: Pip, your best friend -and mysteriously luminous bat- is with you. And it's only by truly working together that you'll be able to solve the abyss' puzzles, fight off its hungry denizens, discover its true purpose and maybe -just maybe- make it out alive with the secrets of the primordials. Key Features - Gain new skills for your barbarian and elemental powers for Pip, the (magic) bat! - A narrative-driven metroidvania with dialogue choices and plenty of humor and snark. - Big numbers! 400+ rooms, 20+ hours of evolving gameplay, 10+ boss, 60+ minutes of music and almost 30,000 words of text that a barbarian would never bother to read! - Puzzles. - RPG elements with a level-up minigame. - Contains more fruit throwing than probably any other game. - Companions that join you in your quest and help you out in fights. - Multiple endings based on your choices and actions. - The thrown fruits are NOT wasted, they are eaten by the bat (who is magic). - A ton of secrets and hidden loot just about everywhere. - The (magic) bat has a whopping FIVE different squeaking sounds! - Fewer repetitive jokes than this description has.