Nintendo Switch to split N64 game next month
Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch Lite, and Nintendo Switch OLED users can look forward to a classic and equally controversial N64 game, as according to a new leak, the game in question is coming to the platform, via the Nintendo eShop, in a few weeks. On March 18, 2020, almost two years ago, Nightdive Studios and Valiant Entertainment announced a remaster of Shadow Man, correctly titled, SHadow Man Remastered. At the time, the remaster was not only announced for Nintendo Switch, but also for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Since then it has happened on PC, but none of the console versions have dropped and at the moment it is not officially known when they will drop, but it might be soon, or at least the Nintendo Switch version. is apparently imminent.
It’s still unclear when the remaster will arrive on Nintendo Switch, but the game has hit the Nintendo eShop with a price tag of $ 20 and a release date of January 17, 2022. Now, there’s a chance it will. this is a certain type of error, but it is a small error.
Posted by developer Acclaim Studios Teesside and publisher Acclaim Entertainment, Shadow Man debuted in 1999 via the Nintendo 64, PC and PS1. After its initial release, it then arrived on the Sega Dreamcast a few months later. For some people, Shadow Man is a cult classic and one of the best games of its year, but as mentioned, many would disagree with that. In other words, it’s a game that divides.
As for the remaster, it not only improves and improves the game, adding modernity where it’s needed, but it also contains a substantial amount of new content.
“He arrives, hunting down criminals in the spirit world and the real world,” reads an official blurb for the game. . The Shadowman arrives, dragging evil from Liveside to Deadside. To stop an apocalypse. To save your soul. “
At the time of publication, none of the parties involved have commented on the leak. At the moment, we only have unofficial information. If this changes, the story will be updated accordingly. In the meantime, take everything here with a grain of salt for now.