NGDEV announced bullet hell shoot ’em up Gunvein launches on May 11 digitally for Nintendo Switch. The upcoming Nintendo Switch shoot ’em up will be available for $19.95, and a demo is currently available now for the Steam version. Additionally, NGDEV shared a new launch trailer for the Nintendo Switch release of Gunvein.
Here’s an overview of Gunvein via NGDEV:
Gunvein is an intense, dynamic bullet hell STG inspired by the arcade masterpieces of CAVE, Taito and Raizing/8ing.
Screen domination is vital – use your lock-ons & charged energy blasts to overwhelm enemies before they overwhelm you.
Aggressive play is rewarded with resources that can be used to temporarily power up your shot, or to unleash a devastating screen clearing Bomb. Use this to create destructive feedback loops! Score isn’t merely a number – the points you accrue come back to you as extra lives & currency for the game’s shop system.
- Standard/Console Mode – A mode which provides a satisfying level of challenge for those who don’t seek out 1 credit clears or high scores. Balanced checkpoints & a shop system which makes sure that no restart is wasted. No practice modes required, learn by playing!
- Arcade Mode – See how far you can get with a limited stock of lives & no continues! Alternatively, take advantage of the Freeplay Mode to relax or practice!
- Roguelike Arrange Mode – Test your reflexes & decision making in procedurally generated versions of the game’s 5 stages! Carefully designed to capture the intensity, smooth flow/pacing and encounter variety of hand crafted stages.
- Online Leaderboards
- Convenient Practice Tools
Gunvein Launch Trailer (Nintendo Switch)
Lastly, Gunvein is available now for PC via Steam, and PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions are coming soon.
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