3D isometric shooter Blue Rider coming to Nintendo Switch

Eastasiasoft Limited, the independent developer and publisher of interactive entertainment, is excited to bring the action-packed 3D shoot’em up Blue Rider from Argentinian developer Ravegan to Nintendo Switch on December 13th.

Blast your way through 9 unique and colorful levels, filled with deadly enemies that can’t wait to take you out. Power up your weapons and find the right strategy to defeat each of the 9 challenging bosses.

The Nintendo Switch version is loaded with lots of updates and improvements, including online leaderboards, three adjustable difficulty settings, additional language support and various balance adjustments.

Blue Rider for Nintendo Switches will be available on the Nintendo eShop worldwide on December 13th at US$9.99 / €9.99 / £8.99 / ¥980 with digital pre-orders opening on December 6th. Players can enjoy a 10% launch discount in selected regions.

About Blue Rider

Fight against the robotic forces of evil!

Hop in and join the explosive action of this 3D shoot ’em up! Blue Rider offers classic arcade gameplay, combined with beautiful visuals. Battle through 9 colorful and diverse stages, filled with a large variety of enemies that can’t wait to take you down. Power up your weapons, shoot down enemies and face huge & challenging boss encounters.

Enjoy a dynamic arcade-like game where it’s you against anything that moves. The Nintendo Switch version contains new and exclusive features, including online leaderboards, adjustable difficulty settings, additional language support and various balance adjustments.

Features:

  • Discover 9 unique biomes overflowing with enemies.
  • Customize your arsenal and discover your very own strategy.
  • Challenge and defeat each of the 9 different bosses.
  • Upload your high score to online leaderboards.
  • Adjustable difficulty setting suitable for all kind of players.
  • Orchestrated original soundtrack.
  • Explosions, explosions and… more explosions!

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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