Last month Nicalis revealed it would be bringing Critadel by Pixelian Studio (a small three-person development team based in Seoul, South Korea) to the Nintendo Switch at some point this year.
It's now locked in for a release on 13th October and will be priced at $19.99 USD. If you missed our original post, it's a new futuristic platformer/shooter/roguelike action game in which players run, jump and blast through convoluted pathways and secret chambers of a giant mechanical tower.
A 360-degree cursor allows ranged attacks in any direction and enemies include "deadly bosses and minions" of the "Order of Noah" - an evil faction that has seized control of the tower and seeks to recover ancient knowledge to grant eternal life.
Apart from being a combination of genres, Critadel is also described as being a "hardcore action game" with "GBA-inspired graphics" and a "pulse-pounding" techno soundtrack. The game has been in the works for five years and will feature three upgradable characters, "hundreds" of branching paths and over 100,000 possible weapon and item configurations.
Would you be interested in checking out this game when it arrives next month? Leave a comment down below.
Cool but Nicalis should give back the rights to Cave Story.
Was all over this until I read “rogue like”.
Yuck! another boring rogue like. Looks great, but I like games that have levels I can play and beat.
The game looks pretty cool, but I will say that it does kinda suck that this is another rougelike considering it looks pretty similar to Dungreed gameplay wise. Still looks good though. Just wish Nicalis wasn't the publisher
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