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The Behemoth today issued the intro cinematic for Alien Hominid Invasion, the redone version of its co-op run ‘n’ gun game. Check it out below.

Alien Hominid Invasion will be released on Switch in the future, though a specific date has not yet been confirmed.

New game footage has arrived for Alien Hominid Invasion. This title comes from The Behemoth, the same team that brought us the popular Castle Crashers, and you can take a look a small intro from them along with the video below:

Alien Hominid Invasion is a co-op run ‘n’ gun packed with chaos, mayhem, and a whole lot of explosions. Beam down to invade randomly-assembled neighborhoods and face the unending swarm of enemy Agents!


Alien Hominid Invasion, a new game by the developer behind Castle Crashers, has received some demo footage courtesy of GameXplain. The footage is recorded off a screen at PAX East 2020 and gives a good view of what to expect in this side-scrolling action game.

Check out the full four minute video below.

The Behemoth today announced that Alien Hominid Invasion, a re-imagination of the classic game Alien Hominid, is coming to Switch. A release window has not yet been announced.

Here’s an overview of the co-op run ‘n’ gun title:

On Tuesday, Castle Crashers Remastered will be making its way to Switch. Check out some footage in the video below.

Castle Crashers Remastered has finally been dated for Switch. The game will launch on September 17, developer The Behemoth announced today.

Here’s a bunch of information about the game:

Castle Crashers Remastered was playable is playable on Switch at EGX Rezzed 2019, and Eurogamer has shown off the game with plenty of footage. Check out the gameplay below.

Castle Crashers Remastered is coming to Switch, developer The Behemoth has announced. PlayEveryWare is porting the game.

Here’s a rundown of what’s new compared to the original release, why the port is happening, and sequel chances:

A few minutes ago, The Behemoth posted an image on Twitter without any accompanying text that shows four different-colored Joy-Con. That alone is leading fans to believe that the studio has something planned for Switch, and it could be Castle Crashers.

Castle Crashers is a hit 2D arcade adventure that originally debuted over a decade ago. Four-player co-op is supported, and the characters controlled in the game match up identically to the Twitter image.