Nintendo Switch EShop Is Getting Aperion Cyberstorm On 8th February

Posted: Jan 23 2018, 7:57am CST | by , in News | Technology News

Nintendo Switch eShop is Getting Aperion Cyberstorm on 8th February
  • Aperion Cyberstorm is Set to Release on Nintendo Switch

Aperion Cyberstorm is set to release on Nintendo Switch and Wii U and gamers are excited

AperionCyberstorm by aPriori Digital is set for release on Nintendo Switch and Wii U. The game offered a stylish twin-stick shooting in its previous years and it has developed its gameplay to suit Nintendo Switch.

The game was previously released on Wii U in 2015. However, the gameplay was limited on Wii U because of limited resources and that led to the game going off the radar.

However, the game developer, Jonathan Price did not lose hope. He said in a statement that, “Prototyping for AperionCyberstorm began development in October 2013 as a cooperative space shooter made with the XNA framework and in mid-2014 we decided to move the game from XNA to Unity.

This then gave us the ability to bring the game to Nintendo Wii U. During the lifetime of the project, we have revised the release date more times than we would like.

The reason for doing so is that we understand that the game may not make back its development costs, which is a reality that a lot of studios face, but we wanted to make a game we could be proud of and that can be played years from now by a variety of people of different abilities.”

So, the release of the game on Nintendo Switch is not coming out of nowhere. The co-founder Jack David, added that they have always made making good and entertaining games their priority.

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