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Video: New Release Trailer Unveiled For Undertale On Nintendo Switch

To celebrate the highly-anticipated launch of Undertale on Nintendo Switch, indie developer 8-4, Ltd. has unveiled a new trailer to give you a look at what you can expect from the upcoming release. The critically-acclaimed RPG invites players to fall into the underworld and explore a heartwarming world brimming with dangerous monsters. You can date a skeleton, dance with a robot, cook with a fish woman, or choose to destroy everyone where they stand. Undertale will arrive on September 18 in the Nintendo eShop.

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  1. Anyone else not able to get into this game? I got it on PC and I was doing pacifist route and it just… got repetitive. I want to know if it gets better but it’s just so hard to find a grounded opinion on this game. Either someone is nuts for it or they loathe it.

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      1. Yeah, idk either. I can see how the dialogue and stuff might be charming to someone versed in internet memes but… Just the gameplay is like solving a simple riddle and then repeating that each time you encounter an enemey again.
        And, as far as I can tell, the opposite end is just timing a button press and dodging a micro bullet hell

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      2. Not for me. But like I said, to each their own. If someone enjoys it, far be it from me to stop them… unless they are trying to play that trash on my console, then its battle time. 😂

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    1. I was kind of the same way. I think the best way to play is the regular route and get to choose which characters you kill or spare. Then just watch a playthrough online of genocide. It’s not very exciting most of the time but the details throughout each route are really fun to contract with each other so you can learn the lore and fall in love with it

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    2. I’m not getting into this game because I will spend my money for other games like Starlink and Smash Ultimate.

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    3. I do agree that the gameplay gets repetitive.

      It’s not supposed to be strong in gameplay, the meat of the game is in its story and the way it interacts with the player.

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