Paranautical Activity Comes to Nintendo Switch Next Week

Paranautical Activity Comes to Nintendo Switch Next Week

Posted by June 20, 2018 Comment

Another indie title joins the Nindies library next week as Paranautical Activity will be coming to the Nintendo Switch on June 26th. Indie publisher Digerati Distribution released the game back in 2013 and turned it into one of the breaking indie hits of the early ’10s on Steam. Now it appears you’ll be resurrecting some old-school PC maneuvers once again and putting them into practice on the Switch. While they haven’t said everything that’s int he game, the description below pretty much hints at the idea that you’re getting everything from the Deluxe Atonement Edition, which includes a lot of bonus content and hidden levels. Enjoy the trailer below as the game takes you back to an era of intense circle-strafing and graphics that could cut you.

credit//Digerati Distribution

Paranautical Activity is a first-person shooter that combines classic arena-style FPS action with roguelite elements. An intense and challenging test of precision, skill and reflexes awaits! It combines the classic FPS action of games like Doom and Quake, with the randomness and difficulty of modern roguelikes like Binding of Isaac and Spelunky.

Key Features

• Unique FPS/Roguelite combination
• Procedurally generated levels
• Insanely fast gameplay
• Hidden levels
• Over 100 items
• 40+ enemies
• Ridiculous bosses‏
• Kick-ass dub-step soundtrack

(Last Updated June 20, 2018 4:19 pm )

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