Shadow Corridor gameplay
Posted on October 25, 2021 by Brian(@NE_Brian) in Switch eShop, Videos
Thanks to NIS America, the survival horror experience Shadow Corridor just made it to Switch outside of Japan, and we now have a good chunk of gameplay. Nearly a half hour of footage is available.
Check out the following overview for Shadow Corridor:
Taking inspiration from its Japanese roots, Shadow Corridor is set in a world based on traditional locales. The game features a variety of maps, each generated randomly for every playthrough. In addition, helpful items are scattered throughout each map. These items have both passive and active effects. Without a flashlight, or other light source, the player is truly immersed in darkness and will be unable to see more than a few feet in front of them.
Shadow Corridor also features a variety of different ghosts, each with their own unique appearance and abilities. The spirits of the cursed Noh mask wander the halls using the game’s intuitive AI, and will react to stimuli such as light and the sound of the player’s footsteps. The game allows players to select their difficulty, ranging from beginner to shura, allowing both new and veteran survival horror players to test their skills. In addition, the new “Apparition Defenders” mode allows you the opportunity to take on the role of the ghosts and hunt the humans for yourself.
All previously released DLC will be included with the Nintendo Switch release.
We have the Shadow Corridor Switch gameplay in the video below.
Shadow Corridor is being sold digitally for Switch via the eShop. It supports English, Japanese, Korean, Russian, and Chinese languages.