retro-inspired shmup remote life coming to nintendo switch

Ratalaika Games and Next Game Level have confirmed that the retro-inspired shoot ’em up Remote Life will release on Nintendo Switch this month.

After a menacing alien hive approaches our planet, ambitious pilot John Leone is sent to avert catastrophe and save humanity – setting out to fly inside the cavernous monstrosity to destroy it from within. That will also see you discover the reason behind why the aliens have chosen to attack us, uncovering the mysterious story behind the attack.

The developer has outlined the game’s key features as below:

  • Fantastic visual effects
  • 16 Amazing Missions, each different from each other, which guarantees a great variation of gameplay. Each Level is a whole new experience
  • Auto-Save of Level Progression
  • Great atmosphere and a Mysterious a Story
  • Over 18 Weapons
  • A Training/Tutorial stage that allows you to master the game mechanics before you go through the real missions
  • 3 difficulty levels that you can choose according to your skills and experience. Additionally, an A.I. system will analyse your skills and help you with extra lives if this is required
  • 3 Graphic Modes: Choose between HD modern Graphics, 8-bit and a 16-bit graphic modes to get the feeling of an old home computer or an arcade cabin
  • 3 Spaceships (and four colours to choose) + special vehicles
  • A massive number of enemies and no repetitive boring enemy patterns, but enemies with an aggressive A.I.
  • Special Escort missions. They require great concentration and skills
  • Open-World Exploration missions in Huge Spaces.

Remote Life will release digitally on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide on 27th May 2022 priced at £14.99 ($18.99).

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