One man, his blade, and boundless confidence are what the gamer will control in Down to Hell, coming to Nintendo Switch this month. \n \nThe protagonist of Down to Hell is a gritty, dark swordsman, who operates using two gears, hatred and struggle. His task is simple, destroy the demons overtaking this hellish world and save a mysterious girl that has saved him in the past. \n \nHere is the trailer for Down to Hell which will be releasing on the Nintendo Switch December 23rd: \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=Wcci9CWX8IE \n \nDown to Hell is a slasher, action, arcade-style RPG that features a gothic-styled aesthetic. It plays like a platformer RPG, where players need to run, jump, and attack, as they make it through a desolated map. \n \nGamers will control the lonesome swordsman and navigate through multiple chapters and enemy encounters. \n \nThe swordsman uses a variety of weapons to slash, hack, and decapitate the harrowing demons, as well as magic. This game utilizes a combo system as well to lay on mass amounts of damage points to foes. \n \nThis game is fueled by a heavy metal soundtrack that will set the gamers endorphins to a level appropriate for the carnage that is ensuing. \n \nBesides the usual demonic baddies, there are multiple unique boss fights throughout the chapters, each proving more difficult as the game progresses. And an exciting element to the game is that there are various endings to game, increasing the replayability of it. \n \nIt’s developed by Red Dev Studio, the indie game organization that’s created Chicken Rider, Professor Madhouse, Zone Anomaly, and Drill Deal. \n \nDown to Hell is published by Ultimate Games. This Polish company is in charge of dozens of games, including Deadliest Catch: The Game, Unlucky Seven, Ultimate Fishing Simulator VR, and Grave Keeper. \n \nSince there is only one lonesome warrior, Down to Hell is just a single-player game. It is also featuring supported play through the Tabletop mode, TV mode, and Handheld mode of the Nintendo Switch. \n \nIf Switch gamers are interested in buying Down to Hell, they can find it through the Nintendo eShop, and buy the digital download for $9.99. \n \nThis is a relatively large game, the download size being just over 2 GB, but not big enough to deter a gamer that is looking for a hell-infused, bloody experience. \nIf a gamer doesn’t have a Nintendo Switch but is interested in playing Down to Hell, it has been available on Steam since the end of August.