After reviewing Bleed on Nintendo Switch not that long ago we praised it’s fast-paced action and enjoyed the game. We are very much looking forward to Bleed 2 on Switch and if it delivers and improves just a little on the first one we will be more than happy. Below you can find all the details and we will have our review nearer to release
Heroic news everyone! Digerati, in partnership with Bootdisk Revolution and Nephilim Game Studios, is thrilled to announce that Bleed 2, the supersonic run-and-gun sequel to indie smash hit Bleed, is coming to Nintendo Switch on the 8th March.
Released in 2017 for PC, Bleed 2 quickly won over critics (it has a Metacritic rating of 83) and players with its slick shooting and tightly-designed action. Among its fans are Cuphead co-creators Chad and Jared Moldenhauer, who recently named Bleed 2 as one of their games of 2017, saying:
“Bleed 2 is the ultimate all-killer, no-filler game. It’s an hour of blisteringly fast-paced run and gun shooting with slow-mo, multiple air dashes, bullet reflecting boss crushing gameplay. Saying Bleed 2 is intense is an understatement.”
About the game
A furiously fun and fast-paced arcade action game, Bleed 2 welcomes back pink-haired heroine Wryn, the world’s greatest – and only remaining – hero, as she fights to defend the globe from an invading force of villains.
Master the art of air-dodging and bullet-reflecting to stylishly take down a relentless barrage of bad guys and bosses (and naughty kittys!), and make sure Wryn lives up to her title as the Greatest Hero of All Time!
- 7 intense levels with over 25 boss fights
- Unique controls let you shoot, dodge, reflect bullets and slow time all at once
- 4 difficulty levels that remix enemy placement and boss patterns
- 2-player local co-op for all modes
- Unlockable weapons, characters and abilities
- Arcade Mode: Tackle the game on a single life
- Challenge Mode: Fight up to three bosses at the same time
- Endless Mode: Test yourself against a gauntlet of randomly-generated levels
- Localized in English, Spanish, French, Italian and German
About Bootdisk Revolution
Ian Campbell aka Bootdisk Revolution is a one-man indie game studio from Toronto, Ontario. He creates challenging arcade games with interesting mechanics. For more information, visit: http://www.bootdiskrevolution.com/
About Nephilim Game Studios
Nephilim Game Studios founded in 2014 by veteran game developer Simon Golding, Nephilim provides premium contracting services for the games industry. The team of engineers has experience building and shipping games on PC and console. For more information visit: http://www.nephilimgamestudios.com