It's a digital key that allows you to download Journey to the Savage Planet directly to Nintendo Switch directly from Nintendo eShop.
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Play as a new recruit of Kindred Aerospace, the 4th best interstellar space exploration company, as you explore planet ARY-26 and determine if that planet is fit for humans.
Basically, I’m just happy that Journey to the Savage Planet on the Switch finally has it living up to the potential the game showed back when it was first teased. It’s kind of ironic it had to be visually downgraded to achieve that, but if I have to sacrifice a bit of performance to get a lot more fun out of a game, that’s a trade-off I’ll take every time.
Journey to the Savage Planet is a wonderfully unique mixture of No Man’s Sky-style exploration and Metroidvania puzzling and platforming with a wonderfully dark sense of humour that arrives here on Switch in a slightly compromised but still eminently playable state. ARY-26 is a fantastically vibrant planet to explore, filled with cute creatures, bizarre flora and fauna and super-slick platforming and environmental puzzle design. The monolithic tower that sits at the middle of this alien planet is a compelling mystery to work towards and the game doles out plenty of fun new tools and toys at just the right rate to keep you highly entertained as you jump, grapple, boost and blast your way to the secret at its core. There have been obvious graphical concessions made and the framerate does wobble from time to time – performance definitely feels worse in docked than handheld – but overall Typhoon Games has created an adventure that’s strong enough to transcend any of these slight technical shortcomings and absolutely remains an experience you should check out, if you get the chance.
There are 6 offers ranging from 29.98€ to 29.99€.
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