Rampage Knights – Now Available On Nintendo Switch
It’s nice to see games that look inherently fun announce that they’re available and/or coming to the Nintendo Switch. This especially holds true when it comes to games that state that they have co-op play, because sadly there are a lot of games that have removed the couch co-op aspect. What better way to promote your console to an audience, that may not have one, than by letting them try it out at a friends house while having fun playing a game.
I’m not sure if the trailer music is the same as the in game music, but I’m really digging it. I do also see that there are no mages, which is my class of choice, and that’s because the title of the game has the word “knights” in it so there really isn’t much more to say about that. What I can say is that I do like when an RPG allows the sprites to show what kind of armor they get. I hate when I pick up powerful armor, and my sprite looks exactly the same. Rampage Knights looks to allow your character show the armor you have earned, which tells me that I am going to be either farming gold or grinding to get XP to get the best looking gear. Lastly I want to mention that the battles look nuts, as there are items that you can interact with as well as enemies on the screen so there will probably be times where you lose where your characters is.
This game looks fun and it’s available now, so check it out.
Rampage Knights is a cooperative beat ’em up game mixed up with randomized dungeon crawling and exploration, which you can play alone or with a friend online.
You play as a hero trapped by a spell in a magical forest. All paths lead you to a nearby ruined castle, infested with goblins, skeletons and other foul creatures. Here you must find the source of the black magic covering the land and break it!
Gear up with awesome and ridiculous weapons and spells and descend into the deep labyrinth below the ruin to face its sinister master and break the curse
- Singleplayer campaign or online co-op for two players.
- Melee combat inspired by games like Golden Axe.
- Randomly generated environment with rogue-like elements.
- A lot of loot with game changing properties to gear up.
- Hero evolving with new abilities and visually changing along the way.
- Gameplay split into short and easy to pick up campaigns (about an hour) with permadeath.
- Long term progress with new classes and features to unlock as you perform various heroic feats.
- Full controller support