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[Review] Pato Box

Posted on 4 days ago by (@LyonHart_) in Reviews, Switch eShop | 0 comments | 0 Likes

System: Switch (eShop)
Release date: July 9, 2018
Developer: Bromio
Publisher: Bromio


Pato Box is one of the weirdest games I’ve played in recent memory. On the surface, it almost looks like it has some sort of fusion between Punch Out!! and Sin City sprinkled with Hotline Miami, but once the game begins and gameplay actually starts, you begin to notice a shift in tone, progression, and even genre going from section to section. It’s a unique experience that may not be for everyone, but should be commended for blending tons of styles and creating something as goofy as it is intriguing.

Pato Box arrives on Switch a week from today. If you’re curious as to what the game has to offer, check out the following gameplay we captured:

Pato Box reaches Switch digitally on July 9.

As we mentioned yesterday, Pato Box makes its way to Switch on July 9. We have a new launch trailer for the release on Nintendo’s console below.

Though an official announcement hasn’t been made just yet, it looks like Pato Box will be finding its way to Switch next month. A listing on the European eShop shows a release date of July 9.

Pato Box, a game that takes inspiration from Punch-Out!!, first made it to Steam earlier in the year. The Switch version will support motion controls.

Bromino has shared details on a new feature coming to Pato Box. Arcade Mode is being added to the Steam version, and should be available on Switch when the game launches on the eShop this year.

Arcade Mode involves taking on members of Deathflock consecutively and attempting to defeat them as quickly as possible. Based on your performance, you’ll obtain different ranks.

We have an official overview for Pato Box’s Arcade Mode plus a trailer below.

Pato Box initially debuted on Steam in March. But as we know, a Switch version is also happening. While we don’t have a release date yet, Bromio has said that the game is “coming around June.”

Some may compare Pato Box to Punch-Out!! upon first glance, and even though they have some similarities, there are also many differences. Pato Box features adventure and fighting elements with a visual style that takes after graphic novels. After Patobox is betrayed by his sponsor Deathflock, you’ll be tracking down his henchmen and discovering the company’s secrets.

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Bromio is back with another video showcasing how Pato Box has changed over the course of development. This time, we’re able to see how the area Pizzicanatra’s Food Factory has improved. Watch the video below.

Bromio has published a new trailer for Pato Box, which we have below. We’ve also attached another video showing how Pato Box has come along during development. This time, we have a look at at comparison of Kilpatrick’s prototype fight vs. what it is now.

Pato Box, an adventure/fighting title inspired by Punch-Out!!, has certainly gone through its fair share of changes over the course of development. Bromio recently put out a video showing the evolution of the game’s development. Have a look at it below.

Pato Box is planned for launch on Switch later this year.

Bromio has revealed that Pato Box, an adventure / fighting game inspired by Punch-Out!!, is on the way to Switch. It’s due out on the system sometime this year.

You’ll play as Patobox, who strangely has a duck’s head on a man’s body. After he’s betrayed by his sponsor Deathflock, you’ll be tracking down his henchmen and discovering the company’s secrets. It’s all wrapped up in visual style that takes after graphic novels.

You can find more information and a trailer for Pato Box below.