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Mech Fighting Turn-Based RPG, Wolfstride, Available Now On Switch

Wolfstride, the narrative-focused and hilarious turn-based RPG from developer OTA IMON Studios and publisher Raw Fury, is available now on the Nintendo Switch.

Originally released on Steam in December last year, Wolfstride has so far received positive reviews. In our preview of it we praised its funny story and fast-paced gameplay. Now, developers OTA IMON Studios and publisher Raw Fury have announced the game is making its way to the Switch.

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You can check out the game’s Nintendo Switch trailer here.

What Is Wolfstride?

Wolfstride tells the tale of three former partners-in-crime who team up to take on a world-famous giant mecha tournament. Yes, that’s right. These three friends have come together after years spent apart. They’ve inherited a rundown mech just in time to enter the world’s elite mecha competition: the Ultimate Golden God Tournament.

They’ve all each got their specialistaions: dog-mechanic Duque repairs the mech between battles, former Yakuza member Dominic Shade explores the city, and mecha pilot Knife Leopard is your man at the helm when the battle goes down. Together, these three make the perfect combination for a well-rounded story.

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However, what begins as a simple money-making scheme becomes so much more. The game explores their dark histories, which help determine their futures too. Repair and upgrade by doing odd jobs to pay the bills, and battle the best-of-the-best all while running from the regrettable choices of the past.

The turn-based gameplay works perfectly with the mech genre, and the anime-inspired art style gives the game some amazing visual presentation. Add that to the humorous script, captivating story, and brilliant soundtrack, and you’ve got the recipe for a fun game that almost anyone can take up.

Release Date & Price

Wolfstride is out now for the Nintendo Switch in Western markets, and releases in Japan on May 12. The game is cheap, with only a $14.99 USD price point. Alternatively, you can head on over to the Steam store now and purchase the game for PC.