Although the Switch version of Kantana Zero was refused classification in Australia and New Zealand yesterday, it's unlikely to impact the overall sales of the game elsewhere. In fact, the game's already done incredibly well in terms of pre-orders.
According to its publisher Devolver Digital, Katana Zero has quickly become the company's most pre-ordered Nintendo Switch game to-date. This means it's surpassed pre-orders for games such as The Messenger, Minit and Downwell.
If you're curious about what this game has to offer, it's described as a stylish neo-noir, action-platformer featuring "instant-death combat" and the ability to manipulate time. Below is the Switch trailer (warning: it contains mature themes):
Katana Zero arrives on the eShop later today. Will you be downloading it? Tell us below.