Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle announced for Switch

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However, in an nearly XCOM-like twist, Mario and his rabbit companions will eventually switch from exploration mdoe to battle mode, where your party must use cover and a combination of arm cannons to take down other rampaging rabbids.

Developed by the team at Ubisoft Singapore, Skull and Bones is a new franchise inspired by the work of the content creators in charge of the naval battles from Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag. This trailer focused on showcasing much of the unbelievable landscape of ancient Egypt that players will get to explore. While we learnt a lot during Microsoft's presentation yesterday we got a deeper look during the Ubisoft presentation which you can check out for yourself below. Exploration and combat form the core aspects of this game. It's coming out for Nintendo Switch (it's obviously an exclusive) on 29th August. He said the only thing he asked of Ubisoft was to do something new with Mario. In fact, Ubisoft noted during the announcement that development on the game has been progressing for the past three years. It's up to you to decide which team member would be the most suited to each situation. Assassin's Creed Origins is slated for release on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on October 27th.

From space into Montana where Hope County is being overrun by Christian extremists. Mario+Rabbids: Kingdom Battle looks like something in the vein of a turn-based combat game like XCOM in a much lighter hearted setting. "We spent night and day working on the best way to merge those two worlds together, and find something unique for both Mario and the Rabbids". Ready for a tactics RPG on the Nintendo Switch? Here's why I'm looking forward to the game!

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Nintendo's relationship with Ubisoft dates way, way back. Beyond Good & Evil originally released in 2003, and has become quite the cult classic.

Yeah, it looks great.

It was only a cinematic trailer but for fans of Beyond Good and Evil, which was released 15 years ago, that was more than enough.

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