Indie publisher Gamera Games has rolled out Warriors of the Nile 2 on the Nintendo Switch eShop. Developed by Stove Studio, the title is a roguelike tactical board game now available in multiple languages, including Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, English, and Japanese. Gamers can snag this gem for 1520 yen, 76 HKD, 14.99 USD, or 12.49 EUR. Act fast, there’s a 20% release discount happening for the next two weeks.
Spotlight at Tokyo Game Show 2023
For those tuning into Tokyo Game Show 2023, the game took a prime slot in the Gamera Games Now special program. But the hype doesn’t stop there. A playable demo will be showcased at the Japanese event, giving attendees a first-hand look at what Warriors of the Nile 2 brings to the table.
All About The Gameplay
Step into a miniature chessboard and choose three warriors to square off against a variety of foes, ultimately aiming to trounce the Roman army and their deity, Saturn. Your route to victory is shaped by your character builds and in-game strategies. From acquiring tablets to scoring equipment, everything is in play to maximize your warriors’ attributes.
Diverse Builds and Strategy
The game offers multiple pathways to glory. Focus on nurturing a single warrior into a juggernaut or employ a balanced strategy to whittle down enemy lines. The “miracles” feature, powered by an energy bar filled through combat, offers the chance to turn the tables instantly.
What’s New on the Switch?
Switch gamers are in for a treat. The Nintendo edition is synced with the latest game version dubbed “The Final Battle.” It unlocks access to 21 warriors, including illusionary characters, and over 400 tablets for different character builds. That’s not to forget the four major chapters, an array of bosses, and a loot chest full of over 100 pieces of equipment and skills.
A Packed Content Vault Awaits
For the completionists and strategists out there, Warriors of the Nile 2 promises deep gameplay and a variety of content. From intricate builds to ‘miracle’ moments, this title has got you covered.
Platforms: Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch