Crying Suns Is Headed To Nintendo Switch

Crying Suns Is Headed To Nintendo Switch
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Originally released on Steam and eventually ported to Mobile, Crying Suns is now making its way to the Nintendo Switch audience. From Humble Games and Alt Shift Studio comes this unique tactical rogue-lite experience. Fans will take the role of a space fleet commander who must explore a fallen empire of unknown design.

This title is a story-rich experience that will drive players deeper into the unknown. Anyone who enjoys hex-based strategy will find the gameplay fascinating, and those who don’t will be captivated by its storytelling technique. With rogue-lite features mixed in, this game is a bundle of unknown exploration.

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Crying Suns puts players in an unusual situation with a story inspired by Dune and Foundation. As players uncover the truths about the Empire, they will find the game surprisingly self-reflective in an ancient and unknown universe.

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Explore a procedurally generated universe with fights between battleships and squadrons. The combat is intriguing, and players will have to fight against a threat with massive power and control. As they learn what happened, they will be dragged deeper into conflict with unknown forces.

The game comes loaded with more than 300 possible story events for fans to explore. This branches into six structured chapters that enhance the dark atmosphere of this unique sci-fi experience. Players must survive, and only they can determine what happened to the fallen empire.

In the story, players enter a world where the Galactic Empire has been shattered into pieces. The OMNIs are an asset to humanity that were once servants to humankind. After mysteriously shutting down, humanity must survive on its own in an attempt to avoid extinction.

Play as a clone of Admiral Ellys Idaho as you take on a galactic threat. As one of the best imperial admirals to ever breach the stars, you are tasked with a mission to save all of humankind and reactivate the OMNIs.

The story is impactful, action gloriously pixelated, and overall impact heavy. This is a good title for anyone who enjoys a deep sci-fi experience mixed with a dash of chaotic unknowns.

As for players, anyone able to comprehend the tactical endeavors of this game will enjoy it greatly. It seems targeted at teens and older, but younger audiences may find it enjoyable to watch the galaxy crash and burn.

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The game is headed to Nintendo Switch but is already available on PC, Mac, iOS, and Android devices for varying prices.