Fight against attacking monsters and restore peace to a small village in Town.
Game Freak revealed a brand-new RPG they're working on, tentatively titled Town, for Nintendo Switch, and we got a first look during today's Nintendo Direct presentation. The game was described as being "a new story in a village with a secret to hide". The preliminary name for the game is Town which is going to be a turn-based RPG. At times, you will need to utilize the terrain, buildings, and the help of fellow villagers in order to defeat the invaders.
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From the footage shown, a character named Nez - or Nezu - appears to have the ability to use ideas and concepts (depicted as a light bulb) in combat.
More information is sure to come in the following months leading up to Towns release, now set for 2019 for the Nintendo Switch.
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While Game Freak has mainly become known for its Pokemon games, it does make other titles, such as Pocket Card Jockey and the overlooked Tembo the Badass Elephant. It's up to you and members of the town to save the village from destruction. Players will be able to enlist other townspeople to help in hard battles. You can see the debut footage of the game above. While we wait for more news on Town, what are your thoughts on the game?
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