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WrestleQuest preview

2017’s Golf Story proved that there is a market for sports-themed RPGs, and Mega Cat Studios’ upcoming title WrestleQuest is attempting to bring a similar style of retro-themed gameplay and role-playing to the sport of wrestling (or wrasslin’, if you prefer). Rather than taking a serious simulation-focused approach, WrestleQuest leans hard into the absurdity and humor that often takes place in the sport in real life and cranks it all up as high as possible. I had a chance to check out the game at Summer Game Fest recently, and although I don’t yet have a full sense for just how deep WrestleQuest’s RPG mechanics will go, wrestling fans will certainly find a lot to love here.

WrestleQuest takes the concept of idolizing one’s heroes to a literal interpretation, as the protagonist of the game – Muchacho Man – lives in a world where there are giant statues of famous wrestlers scattered all over the place. If you’re familiar with the major names in the history of modern wrestling – Macho Man Savage, Andre the Giant, Jake the Snake, etc. – you’ll run across quite a few cameos in the game that you can interact with in some capacity. These real-life athletes act as the main protagonist’s guiding sources of inspiration as he tries to get his wrestling career up and running.

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Publisher Skybound Games and developer Mega Cat Studios today revealed WrestleQuest, a new wrestling RPG. A release date hasn’t been shared just yet, but we do know that a Switch version is planned.

Here’s the first batch of official details:

World Championship Boxing Manager II

Today, publisher Ziggurat Interactive and developer Mega Cat Studios announced World Championship Boxing Manager II. The game is in development for Switch and other platforms with a release set for this spring.

The first World Championship Boxing Manager initially came out in 1990, so the sequel has been three decades in the making. This upcoming project expands on the original, “offering updated visuals, deeper gameplay with RPG-like skill selection, and new characters based on former pro boxers Rocky Marciano and Sugar Ray Robinson.”

Bite the Bullet

The roguelike RPG shooter Bite the Bullet is out on Switch today. For a look at some footage, check out the video below.

Bite the Bullet is available digitally for Switch via the eShop.

Bite the Bullet

The roguelite RPG shooter Bite the Bullet is out on Switch today, and we have a trailer to celebrate. Check out the video below.

Bite the Bullet is out today on Switch via the eShop.

Bite the Bullet - Synthwave Mode

Bite the Bullet, a roguelite RPG shooter, is planned for an August 13 release on Switch. After the game’s launch, a major new mode will be introduced.

As part of Synthwave Mode, players will be able to experience Bite the Bullet in synthwave colors while listening to music from several artists, including Waveshaper, Night Runner, Retröxx and Magic Sword. It’ll feature neo-synth electronic visual and camera effects when the synth bio-implant is equipped as well as Hidden Synth Deity NPC that are accessible through square-wave teleporters.

Bite the Bullet

After it was announced last year, Graffiti Games and Mega Cat Studios have set a final release date for Bite the Bullet, the roguelite RPG shooter. It’ll be out on Switch as an eShop download starting August 13.

We have the following overview and trailer for Bite the Bullet:

Graffiti Games and Mega Cat Studios are back with a new video for Bite the Bullet. Below, you can get an in-depth look at the different types of weapons that will be featured in the roguelite RPG shooter.

The roguelike RPG Bite the Bullet received a new “Behind the Chew” trailer today detailing what fans can expect when the title launches next year. We have the video below.

Creepy Brawlers

The Punch-Out!!-inspired Switch game Creepy Brawlers recently released on the eShop. Have a look at some footage below.


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