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To celebrate today’s release of Skully, Modus Games and Finish Line Games have prepared a launch trailer. We have the video below.

Skully is out today on Switch both physically and digitally. For a look at some footage, check out the video below.

System: Switch
Release date: August 4, 2020
Developer: Finish Line Games
Publisher: Modus Games

Skully is a 3D platformer that struggles to get the ball rolling on Switch. It might remind Nintendo fans of early N64 platformers that experimented with what the genre could be. Skully keeps things simple but introduces a few new ideas that make it stand out from the platforming crowd. Unfortunately for Switch players, it looks like it belongs on the N64, too. Skully is a perfectly enjoyable little game with appealing art direction and some inventive mechanics, but it’s let down by an extremely lackluster Switch port.

Skully gameplay video

Posted on 3 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in Switch, Videos | 0 comments

Modus Games and Finish Line Games have debuted a new gameplay video for Skully, the upcoming action-adventure platformer for Switch. View it below.

Skully launches for Switch on August 4.

Skully boxart

Posted on 4 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in Images, Switch | 0 comments

GameStop has shared the boxart for the action-adventure platformer Skully. Take a look at the packaging image above, and pre-order the game here.

Skully was just announced for Switch last week with an August 4 release date. Learn more about the title here.

Publisher Modus Games and developer Finish Line Games today announced that Skully, an action-adventure platformer, is heading to Switch. It has a confirmed release date of August 4.

Here’s a whole bunch of information about the game:

Cel Damage HD, a vehicular combat game from the GameCube era, will return with its Switch release this week. Have a look at some footage below.

A listing on the eShop reveals that Cel Damage HD is coming to Switch. Even better, it’s due out in just a few days – March 28.

Cel Damage originally landed on the GameCube in 2002. The vehicle combat title offers single-player and multiplayer, a trio of game mores, and more.