Slog to the Nether Regions
Years in the making, Trek to Yomi is the vision of indie developer Leonard Menchiari, backed by Polish studio Flying Wild Hog and publisher Devolver Digital. Essentially a side-on slash 'em up, its hook is its spectacular aesthetic: feudal Japan and the samurai code recreated through cinematic camerawork in striking black...
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A samurai surprise
Devolver Digital has announced that it's bringing last year's stunning-looking action game Trek to Yomi to Switch next week. On 30th January, you'll be able to experience this gorgeous monochrome side-scroller in the palm of your hand. Heavily inspired by classic Japanese samurai films, particularly those from legendary director...
Trek to Yomi, a captivating cinematic journey from the creative partnership of Leonard Menchiari (THE ETERNAL CASTLE) and Flying Wild Hog (Shadow Warrior), will make its anticipated debut on Nintendo Switch on January 30.
Experience an enchanting tale of romance, duty and death as lone swordsman Hiroki seeks to honour a vow to his dying master and protect the people he loves. A love letter to classic Japanese cinema, Trek to Yomi marries sumptuous monochromatic visuals with classic 2D combat and gentle puzzle solving to create a rich, atmospheric adventure.
Stunning vistas and striking movement in the spirit of classic samurai film combine to create a true cinematic experience.
Engage multiple enemies at once with an intuitive combat system balancing careful attack and defence using the traditional weapons of the samurai.
Inspired by classical Japanese folklore, follow the tumultuous life of Hiroki during his heroic fall and emotional return against the forces of evil.
The dramatic and tender story is set against a memorable score featuring idiomatic Japanese instruments accurate to the Edo period.