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Turn-Based RPG Crown Trick To Launch On Switch This Year

“Roguelike royalty”.

Team17 has announced that it’ll be bringing Crown Trick, an upcoming RPG roguelike, to Nintendo Switch later this year.

Said to be “steeped in strategic, synchronous, turn-based gameplay”, Crown Trick has been developed by Tencent Games’ NExT Studios. It’s set in a procedurally generated maze-like dungeon where enemy decisions and actions are only revealed when players make their moves and features hundreds of weapons, skills, and items to mix things up in combat.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

“Roguelike royalty”.

Team17 has announced that it’ll be bringing Crown Trick, an upcoming RPG roguelike, to Nintendo Switch later this year.

Said to be “steeped in strategic, synchronous, turn-based gameplay”, Crown Trick has been developed by Tencent Games’ NExT Studios. It’s set in a procedurally generated maze-like dungeon where enemy decisions and actions are only revealed when players make their moves and features hundreds of weapons, skills, and items to mix things up in combat.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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