God Wars The Complete Legend Heading to Nintendo Switch Fall, 2018

God Wars The Complete Legend Heading to Nintendo Switch Fall, 2018

If like me you’re a fan of tactical roleplaying games then this one is for you. God Wars: The Complete Legend for the Nintendo Switch will be released in North America and Europe this fall. It will be available as a physical and digital release.

God Wars the Complete Legend heading to Nintendo Switch

NIS America have announced that the complete edition includes the base God Wars title and the expansion DLC pack. The DLC pack includes a new playable character named Orihime and the new Legend of Yomi DLC, which features over 50 stages and the playable Prince of Hyuga, Momotaro. You’ll also have access to his crew of playable subordinates. The new DLC introduced additional endings to the game, expanding on what was present in the base game. If you already own the base game for PS4 and PS Vita, you can purchase the new DLC via the PlayStation Network. Check out the God Wars the Complete Legend trailer below.

God Wars: The Complete Legend is a tactical RPG. It’s based on Japanese mythology and combines Eastern historical elements with a Japanese folklore.

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If you played and enjoyed the Final Fantasy Tactics games then odds are you’ll enjoy God Wars too.

Players attempt to uncover the secret behind Queen Tsukuyomi’s decision to sacrifice her daughter to appease ancestral spirits. The gameplay is similar to Final Fantasy Tactics and Tactics Ogre. You’ll command your party in isometric battle sequences while making use of the environment and character’s skill sets to overcome enemies.

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