Dragon: Marked for Death Gets a Nintendo Switch Release This Winter

Dragon: Marked for Death Gets a Nintendo Switch Release This Winter

Posted by July 6, 2018 Comment

The crew at Inti Creates announced yesterday that Dragon: Marked for Death will be getting a winter release on the Nintendo Switch. Originally the game was set for a 2017 release and was featured in the Nindies release schedule from Nintendo, but was pushed back for unknown reasons. The game allows you to co-op up to four players both locally and online in this sidescrolling action RPG. Below are some details about Dragon: Marked for Death from Nintendo, along with an official trailer for the game.

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  • Play through the game as one of four Dragonkin characters!
  • The characters, known as the Dragonkin, have forged a pact with dragons which granted them special new powers. You can choose any one of the Princess, Warrior, Shinobi, or Witch characters to play as.
  • Each playable character has different strengths and abilities!
  • The Princess is a well-balanced DPS character, the Warrior is a Tank class character that protects the party with his high defense, the Shinobi is DPS that places emphasis on movement on tricky attacks, and the Witch can both heal her allies and damage her emeies.
  • A fascinating and immersive dark fantasy world
  • Carefully drawn pixel art from some of the industry’s best pixelmancers paints the entire picture and brings players right into the dark fantasy setting.
  • Work together with your companions to progress through stages!
  • In Dragon MFD, working together with your companions opens up a whole new realm of possibilities when it comes to defeating enemies and traversing stages.
  • Battle against gargantuan bosses!
  • Absolutely gigantic bosses that are bigger than the entire screen await our heroes. Work together with your comrades to take down these larger than life baddies!
  • Dozens and dozens of hours worth of gameplay!
  • Make no mistake, Dragon MFD is a massive game for its genre. With single stages that span 200-400 screens, over 30 main quests, and tons of side quests to tackle, players have tons of playtime to look forward to!

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(Last Updated July 6, 2018 3:45 am )

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