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Legend Of Kay Anniversary Coming To Nintendo Switch

Since its initial release on the PS2™, Legend of Kay has been well received by both critics and consumers alike and was subsequently ported to the Nintendo DS™. 10 years later, the game has been remastered and ported to PC/Mac/Linux, PS3™, Xbox 360 and PS4™ and Wii U™ under the name Legend of Kay Anniversary.

As Legend of Kay’s timeless style and genre haven’t lost their appeal – and THQ Nordic wants to continue its strategy of making the game available to players of all kinds of platforms – it will be coming to Nintendo’s latest console, Nintendo Switch in 2018.

Trailer on YouTube: https://youtu.be/MR3u7DMO2aM

About Legend of Kay Anniversary

Legend of Kay Anniversary is a thoroughly remastered version of the original game including high-resolution textures, new, more detailed character models, modern rendering techniques and crystal-clear surround sound, giving this great classic a new shine

Full of fond allusions to old martial arts films and pop culture quotes, Legend of Kay – Anniversary is both an incredibly funny game and a challenging action-adventure for young and old alike.

Features:

  • 25 different levels with over 15 enemy types and epic boss battles.
  • 3 different primary weapons (sword/hammer/claws) with distinct combat styles.
  • Various mini-games such as wild boar racing, dragon flying and wolf riding.
  • Online rankings: compare your score with your friends’ and compete against the best in the world.

Source: PR

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6 comments

    1. THQ Nordic picked up a ton of old licenses, including what they got from buying out the remnants of THQ. They’ve been doing a pretty good job cleaning up the games and rereleasing them on modern consoles to recoup what they spent. Personally, I’m pumped for Titan Quest to come out on the Switch.

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      1. As long as the money from this game and others they are remastering helps them release the 3rd Darksiders, I’m okay with re-releases as they don’t cost too much money to make and only net them extra spending money on bigger projects.

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      2. Well what’s nice is these guys have basically saved a bunch of licenses that would otherwise never see the light of day again. With Titan Quest for example, they’ve rebalanced classes and released a whole new act to a game that hadn’t been updated in ten years, and that’s my favorite Diablo clone ever.

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