Mages of Mystralia rated for Switch
Posted on July 13, 2018 by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop
Mages of Mystralia appears to be coming to Switch. That’s based on a new rating from the South Korean classification board, which rated the game on Friday for Nintendo’s console.
Initially released last year, Mages of Mystralia is an action-adventure game in which you play as the young girl Zia who sets off on a journey to hone her magical powers. The title managed to achieve funding through Kickstarter.
Here’s more information on Mages of Mystralia plus a trailer:
In the kingdom of Mystralia, it takes more brains than brawn to succeed. You will face down giant, powerful creatures and navigate treacherous terrain. You will encounter puzzles that confound even the wisest of the old sages. And you must overcome obstacles put in place by people who do not want you to succeed.
Your path will not be easy. In Mages of Mystralia, you play as Zia, a young girl who discovers that she has been born with an innate sense of magic. Unfortunately, magic has been banned, so she strikes off to train on her own to gain some control over her powers. On her journey, she meets other exiled mages and, discovers runes with magical properties and realizes that she can combine these runes in millions of different ways to come up with completely new spells.
The story was written by bestselling author Ed Greenwood, creator of the Forgotten Realms fantasy world for Dungeons and Dragons, which served as the basis for games like Baldur’s Gate and Neverwinter Nights, as well as about 170 fantasy books.
– Design spells to fight enemies, solve environmental puzzles and battle epic bosses
– Powerful yet simple spell crafting system
– Classic action-adventure with over a dozen of distinct regions to explore
– Original orchestral score conducted by Shota Nakama and performed by the Video Game Orchestra at SoundtRec Boston of Final Fantasy XV and Kingdom Hearts fame
Mages of Mystralia has not yet been officially announced for Switch, though we imagine that will be changing in the near future.