Sayonara Wild Hearts is a colorful pop album videogame
Cult Swedish developer Simogo is making its first game for the Nintendo Switch in Sayonara Wild Hearts, a glam arcade title that moves to its very own melodic beat. The trailer dropped amid The Game Awards on Thursday evening, filling in as a prologue to the game’s diverse cast of characters dependent on tarot cards.
In Sayonara Wild Hearts, you play as The Fool, the alternate dream-personality of a heartbroken lady who happens to be a masked biker. It gets crazier. As The Fool, you adventure on an interdimensional journey – set to a unique electro-pop soundtrack – to discover and break the hearts of equaling bikers.
According to the clip, you’ll experience three-headed beasts, partake in dance offs, and even bounce off your motorbike to attempt your hand at skateboarding side-journeys.
On the off chance that regardless you do not understand what it’s about, you’re not the only one. As per Simogo, the “pop album video game” pulls from dance, fashion, anime, arcade games, and subcultures. The eccentric outcomes make it a pleasant fit for the Switch, which is home to independent peculiarities like Japanese move em-up Katamari Damacy Reroll and co-op puzzler, Pode.
Simogo is basically known for mobile games, including widely praised titles Year Walk and Device 6. Nintendo’s hybrid gadget additionally gives the developer a fitting launchpad into the universe of cosole gaming.
Sayonara Wild Hearts hits the Switch, and different up ’til now unrevealed stages, sometimes one year from now.
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