Well, Nintendo fans would agree for the most part that the Wii U is dead, but that is not stopping Red Art Games from publishing SturmFront: The Mutant War: Übel Edition on the duel-screen console. On top of the Wii U eShop release, SturmFront: The Mutant War: Übel Edition will also be releasing on the Nintendo Switch physically thanks to Red Art Games own publishing efforts (It’s already available digitally on Switch). You can even pre-order the physical version from their site now, and you better order fast, because there will only be 2,900 copies of the physical version.
The digital price for the game is set at $9.99 / £8.99 / €9.99, while the physical version for Switch will run you €29.99.
Check out the trailer:
About SturmFront: The Mutant War
A flawless cyborg engineered for war, players will become Siegfried von Hammerstein, a unique semi-organic battle unit, as they fight their way through a post-apocalyptic world ravaged by a newly emerged mutant menace. It’s 1984 and the end of the world as we know it. A great plague wrought by human hands has devoured all known life and puked forth a myriad of uncontrollable evil mutants. With the human race nearing extinction, Dr. Hartmuth Griesgram, a heartbroken and eccentric scientist who is responsible for the creation of synthetic humans, activates a prototype killing machine as humanity’s last hope: the prototype SturmFront battle unit.
- Purge mutants with your flamethrower in this twin-stick arcade shooter, as you make your way across a derelict cityscape fuelled by the sounds of heavy metal and psychedelic Electronica!
- Uncover the truth behind the mutant war and its origin by collecting hidden souls throughout the game
- Find all the hidden souls to uncover the truth about the mutant war and its origin!
- Slay gigantic enemies! Show them no mercy!
- A classic arcade game with a touch of bullet hell
If you are still gaming on your Wii U, know that SturmFront: The Mutant War: Übel Edition is here to help get you through the drought and entertain you. It may not be a Triple-A title, but it is better than nothing, right?
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