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Samurai Shodown for Nintendo Switch heading west on 25th February

The official Nintendo of America website has revealed exactly when fighting game fans can get their hands on the brutal Samurai Shodown for the Nintendo Switch system. The latest game in the classic franchise will be available on 25th February, so we haven’t got long to wait. Here’s the details from Nintendo:

SAMURAI SHODOWN has enjoyed worldwide success as a blade-wielding fighting game series since its first release in 1993. 11 years have passed since the last series installment, and it is now time for SAMURAI SHODOWN to return in a brand-new game featuring high-end visuals and gameplay! Faithfully reproducing the game mechanics and atmosphere that contributed to the success of the series, SAMURAI SHODOWN includes a revolutionary feature that learns players’ game actions and patterns in order to create CPU-controlled “ghost” characters. With its story set one year before the very first installment, warriors and combatants from various backgrounds and with their own goals are about to battle to fulfill their destinies!

■Carrying on the Legacy

The new game aims to bring the same tense and exhilarating battles that the series is known for. Intense and epic battles are back!

■Evolving the Presentation

Using the power of UNREAL® ENGINE 4, the series is able to achieve a level of detail never before seen for a totally new visual experience!

■A Revolutionary new AI system

Using revolutionary Deep Learning AI, the game will learn from player tactics and create Ghost characters which players around the globe can share and fight against.


7 thoughts on “Samurai Shodown for Nintendo Switch heading west on 25th February”

        1. Oh I meant did you pre-order digital, I’m just wondering if you get the neogeo pocket game bonus immediately or not. I may pre-order soon but i need to upgrade my micro sd card first.

          1. Yeah, now you mentioned it we talked about the Neo Geo Pocket game before. I had almost forgotten about it. I might pre-order it, but I read it has performance issues. Not good for a fighting game.

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