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One Strike

When One Strike returned to the Switch eShop last week, there was more than just a change in music. The developer also added in new content, including Oni as the latest character.

Below are the full patch notes for version 1.1:

Back in October, One Strike was taken down from the Switch eShop. You can read about the situation here, but the main point is that it used music from the Famicom title Mouryou Senki Madara. Publisher QubicGames said the title would return with different music.

Three months later, One Strike is available once again. You can find it by searching on the eShop – and with an 80% discount to boot (at least if you buy it from the European store).

Source: Switch eShop

Looking for One Strike on the eShop? You may not have much success in that area, as the game has been pulled – at least for the time being. Often when a game is removed on the eShop, it’s due to a rating issue. However, with One Strike, there’s another problem entirely.

Unfortunately, One Strike uses music from the Famicom title Mouryou Senki Madara. Have a listen to this track first:

Footage is in showing off One Strike on the Switch. Take a look at the gameplay below:

One Strike is heading to Switch this week as a digital download, QubicGames has announced. The company ported the original game that was created by Retro Reactor.

Here’s some information about One Strike as well as a trailer:

QubicGames is working with Retro Reactor to port One Strike to Switch, the company has announced.

Retro Reactor is a 2D fighting game with medieval fighters and landscapes. Matches tend to last only a few seconds, with a single hit deciding matches. You can fight against a friend or the AI.