Another Classic Game "Flashback" is Getting an Updated Version for the Nintendo Switch

Flashback was released in 1992 by Delphine Software. It was a cinematic science fiction platform game that featured non-scrolling screens are required players to use elevators, climb onto ledges, and fall down to different levels.  It sold over 2.2 million units.  The game was released for the Sega Dreamcast, Super Nintendo, Amiga, PC, and now the Nintendo Switch.
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On it's 25th Anniversary, Nintendo will release the new updated version of Flashback on the Nintendo Switch on June 17, 2018.


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2142. After fleeing from a space ship but stripped of all memory, the eminent scientist Conrad B. Hart awakens on Titan, a colonised moon of the planet Saturn. His enemies and kidnappers are snapping at his heels. He must find a way back to Earth, defending himself against the dangers he encounters and unravelling an insidious extra-terrestrial plot that threatens the planet…

On its 25th anniversary, rediscover this classic, consistently ranked among the best 100 games of all time! It was one of the first games to use motion capture technology for more realistic animations, with backgrounds that were entirely hand-drawn and a gripping science-fiction storyline.

In addition to the original 1993 game, this version includes a Modern mode, with:
  • Post-FX graphic filters,
  • Completely remastered sound and music,
  • A brand new "Rewind" function, variable according to the level of difficulty
  • Tutorials for those who need a boost!

See if you're up to the challenge with all the demanding gameplay of the period!

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