The Nintendo Switch Stealth Edition is the 2001 classic

A new stealth version is now available for Nintendo Switch, a re-release of a classic PC game from 2001. In other words, Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch Lite and Nintendo Switch OLED users can now play a 21-year-old game. This is the first time that the game in question has come to the Nintendo platform and consoles in general. More specifically, for $9 — thanks to a 40 percent launch discount that knocks the game off its regular $15 price — users of the 1.5GB space swap can now run an updated version of the game. Dark blade It was released again in 2021.

Originally developed by Rebel Act Studios and published by Codemasters, now owned by EA, Blade of Darkness is an action-adventure game that debuted at 75 on Metacritic. As you know, 2001 was the year of the likes HelloAnd the GTA 3And the Metal Gear Solid 2and many other great game releases ever, it was one of the best years in gaming and thus this title flew well under the radar.

“A grim new threat looms over the Middle Kingdoms,” says the official teaser about the game. “The frontiers guarded by the King’s fierce knights are no longer safe. The fearsome clans of Orcs, more than ever, lurk on all roads. The proud nomadic peoples of the steppe are on the alert, for strange beasts roam the darkness. Not even the brave Dwarves, who are hidden in their palaces.” Beneath the Earth, they seem safe from threat – from the nameless tunnels of its mines, an evil army of hideous creatures advances relentlessly.”

The official description of the game continues: “Chaos takes over the world. Only the memory of the oldest remembers the exploits of the hero and some warriors, who at other times fought against the forces of chaos. Eanna, the mother of all living things, gave the hero a powerful sword to enter the abyss and defeat evil. But that happened ages ago.” Long. A new hero is needed, a chosen one worthy to wield the sword and destroy the enemy… this time for good.”

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