Rare and Expensive Nintendo Switch Game Comes to the eShop – Razion EX Now Available | Games | Entertainment
A hidden Nintendo Switch gem has finally made its way to the eShop.
Razion EX is an arcade-style horizontal shoot-em-up that originally appeared on the Neo Geo.
An updated version would debut on Nintendo Switch earlier this year, but only in limited quantities.
Collectors would buy boxed copies of the in-demand shooter pretty quickly, causing prices to skyrocket on sites like eBay.
Indeed, if you were to buy a physical copy of Razion EX on eBay today, you would almost certainly have to spend over £ 100.
Fortunately, however, the issue has been somewhat resolved as the rare and expensive arcade shooter goes digital.
Although developer NGDEV previously suggested that the game will not be released digitally, Razion EX is now available on Nintendo eShop.
With stunning 16-bit graphics, half a dozen steps and an addicting scoring system, Razion EX is available for just £ 17.95 online.
The reworked EX Edition features a ton of upgrades and improvements, including big-screen visuals, a workout mode, and new music.
You can see the full list of Razion EX changes and improvements below …
• A reworked game
• Rebalanced and reduced difficulty
• Added bullet cancellation for some enemies
• Reworked vessel controls and movements
• Improved graphics and 32-bit effects added
• Upgrade to big screen
• Added scan line filter
• Slightly reworked levels
• Reworked rating mechanisms
• Unlocking continues
• Added training mode for unlocked levels and bosses
• Addition of a small end
• CD quality music
• NEW GAME FEATURES …
– 6 scenes with various settings
– 6 huge end bosses
– 7 sub-bosses
– 3 game modes
• GRAPHICS …
– 16-bit CGI graphics rendering horizontal shooter
Speaking of Nintendo, fans are counting on the rumor of the Direct conference set to take place this week.
According to reports, Nintendo will reveal more about the upcoming proprietary Metroid Dread game.
Additionally, the company is expected to announce the final character for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Nintendo is also likely to spotlight titles like Splatoon 3 and the upcoming Project Triangle Strategy role-playing game.