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Review - Slave Zero X will put a smile on the face of those who played the original in the late '90s; it oozes a distinct biopunk style

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The 2.5D mecha hack-and-slash game “Slave Zero X” is now available for the Nintendo Switch

"Prepare for a lesson in brutality as today Ziggurat Interactive, publisher of multiplatform retro and modern games, announces the launch of the wonderfully brutal biopunk title "Slave Zero X" on Nintendo Switch." - Ziggurat Interactive.

SimpleSlave35d ago

This has been the weirdest resurgence of an IP I've ever seen. Especially an obscure title like Slave Zero. First a cool Mecha action game with ton of potential that came out like 25 years ago. Then an FPS Quake mod as a sort of primer for a 2D brawler in Slave Zero X. And only Slave Zero X is the one getting a retail release... OK, then.

Honestly? I would love a Re-Make/Sequel/Re-Imagine of the original, merged with the Quake mod. Think Titanfall 2, but instead of a linear experience, make it more like the Master Blaster games.

As for Slave Zero X? No offense but this is actually the weakest and most baffling of the three. So skip it.

TGG_overlord35d ago

It's been one hell of a ride, yes....Well...The reviews should be in by now...

MrBaskerville35d ago

I just really want the first games, wonder if they'll ever rerelease those in any capacity.


Slave Zero X Review -- Gamerhub UK

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Slave Zero X Slices Onto Nintendo Switch in April

Ziggurat Interactive confirms that 2.5D hack-and-slash title Slave Zero X will slice onto Nintendo Switch next month.