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God Wars: The Complete Legend arrives on Nintendo Switch

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If you own one of the older versions, you can buy some DLC to catch up to your Nintendo brethren.

If you had been waiting to purchase God Wars because it wasn't available on Nintendo Switch, that's fine, but your excuse expired today. NIS America has announced the game is now available in stores, and also shared the launch trailer you'll find embedded below.

Developed by Kadokawa Games, God Wars: The Complete Legend is an SRPG set within a world PR has daringly described as "beautiful" and "lush." Players will face off against armies and do battle with the gods, and there's additional content to coincide with the Switch release.

You must be wondering what the game is all about, and I don't blame you. I kind of wondered too. Then I stumbled across this amazing list of key features in the NIS America press release:
  • A tale steeped in Japanese tradition - Step into Japan as you have never before seen it, and discover the wonder that has captivated orators, storytellers, and generations of people. Discover their stories, and meet the Myriad gods.

  • A wealth of customization and tactics - Customize 14 playable characters from more than 30 classes with 400+ skills and more than 250 unique pieces of equipment as you mold your party to face each new challenge.

  • Visuals from another age - Inspired by traditional Japanese ink paintings and wood carvings, the art of God Wars will transport players to an age filled with mythology and wonder.

  • The Complete Legend - Experience over 100 hours of new content in the Labyrinth of Yomi, as well as the complete story from God Wars: Future Past, including all of its DLC, and updates to the game's mechanics to perfect your strategy!
God Wars: Future Past was originally released on PlayStation 4 and Vita in early 2017. If you own one of those older versions, you can purchase new content to catch up to Switch players, on both PlayStation 4 and Vita. Or you can just buy the newest release. NIS America probably wouldn't complain too much...

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Staff article by Jason Venter (September 04, 2018)

Jason Venter has been playing games for 30 years, since discovering the Apple IIe version of Mario Bros. in his elementary school days. Now he writes about them, here at HonestGamers and also at other sites that agree to pay him for his words.

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