Note: The following trailer contains pixelated nudity (the game will release uncensored).
Forever Entertainment has revealed that it’ll be bringing the first-person survival horror of Agony to Nintendo Switch later this month.
The game takes place in Hell – which is always a good way to start an article – and has players heading off on a journey as a tormented soul who has no memories about their past. You’ll be using a special ability to control people while heading out on your path, and possessing demons should give you just enough power to survive.
Here’s some PR to tell you a little more about it:
Agony throws you in the midst of hell where you strive to stay alive and solve the riddle behind the mysterious Red Goddess; architect of this place of sorrow and pain, and the sole entity with knowledge of how to escape… but there is more to the story than it seems.
Haunted by nightmare creatures, you will gain the ability to possess demons and other souls to find a way out of hell. By exploring the hostile environment and interacting with other weary souls of the hellscape, the hero will soon understand that there is only one way to escape from Hell, and it will require meeting the mystical Red Goddess. The title is set to challenge players with its brutal and malevolent environments.
The game is launching on Switch on 31st October with pre-orders set to go live a week earlier on the 24th. It originally launched on Steam last summer to mixed user reviews.
Have you played this one on PC? Are you tempted to try it out on Switch? Let us know in the comments.
Source : https://www.nintendolife.com/news/2019/10/first-person_survival_horror_game_agony_will_torment_switch_this_halloween
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