Japanese publisher PLAYISM and developer Alphawing have announced that the brand new action role-playing roguelite website, Samurai Bringerwill launch on Switch this spring.
The game, which sees you slice and dice your way through some impressively colorful hordes of ghosts, is inspired by actual Japanese mythology, with all manner of gruesome enemies from the calendar history to defeat as you make your way to a showdown with your arch-enemy, the eight-headed snake Yamata-no-Orochi.
Samurai Bringer’s colorful pixel art action is definitely a part, and as you can see from the trailer above, you have a ton of ways to attack both magic and physical to take out those trying. get in your way. In this regard, the game also sees you collecting various technique scrolls as you progress through its levels, each of which gives you a new attack and can be switched out, and even sorted into different loadouts, allowing you to mix and match and create unique fighting styles.
Here are some more details from PLAYISM on the game, along with some pretty sweet looking screenshots;
Regain your old god’s powers to save Kushinada
The god Susano challenged the eight-headed monster snake to save Kushinada, who died but was defeated in battle and lost his powers. Amaterasu, the Bearer of the Samurai, intervened and saved Susano. He was then transported by her to conduct tests of strength, defeating hordes of samurai and spirits sent from the distances of time and space created by Amaterasu to restore Susano’s power back to glory. optical before.
Defeat over 100 legendary Japanese warriors
More than 100 legendary warriors from Japanese legend and history including Oda Nobunaga, Date Masamune and Sanada Yukimura will be summoned against you. Defeating them will reward you with their weapons and armor that have various status-boosting effects. Wearing this armor will not only give you an edge in battle, but it will also add a bit of style to your loading.
Gain experience and strength through defeat
The levels are procedurally generated, with enemy locations and types always different, which also means different battle reels for you to collect. Falling in battle doesn’t mean you lose everything, so keep building up your strength and fighting style until Susanoo regains her lost strength. Prepare yourself by creating a versatile device to deal with different combat situations and aim to take down the mighty eight-headed snake, Yamata-no-Orochi.
Will you put on your armor and join the battle against mythical monsters this spring? Let us know below!
https://www.nintendolife.com/news/2022/01/samurai-bringer-slices-its-way-to-switch-this-spring ‘Samurai Bringer’ Cut its way to transformation this spring