Oddworld Collection compiles three classics for Nintendo Switch


Abe’s Anthology

Classic adventures from the e book of Oddworld are being compiled for launch on Nintendo Switch. Publisher Microids has introduced Oddworld Collection; a bodily launch that can embrace a trio of Abe and Co.’s bizarre, puzzle-platforming adventures.

The first of the three titles is Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty, a ground-up remake of the unique 1997 PlayStation launch Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee. New ‘n’ Tasty sees heroic Mudokan Abe start his rebellious push again towards the nefarious, capitalistic Glukkons, who intend to show each Abe and his folks into intergalactic foodstuffs for galaxy-wide distribution. This first collection entry launched gamers to Oddworld‘s weird universe, in addition to its non-confrontational, puzzle-solving, micro-management gameplay.

The second title featured in Oddworld Collection is 2001’s Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee, which sees Munch, a Gabbit hunted to near-extinction, and his efforts to free himself and the few remaining Gabbits from a floating analysis laboratory overseen by a merciless race often called Vykkers. Munch’s Oddysee noticed the motion transition from 2.5D to 3D, as Munch, (with an help from Abe), picks his approach by way of the laboratory in an effort to convey down the Vykkers from inside.

Rounding out the gathering is 2005’s Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath. This western-themed title takes a large side-step from its predecessors, embracing a twin third-and-first-person shooter gameplay whereas nonetheless retaining a number of the platform and puzzle motion of its brethren. As “The Stranger,” gamers observe and taking down wished varmints, whereas exploring all kinds of locales from the Oddworld universe.

It must be famous that each one three titles within the Oddworld Collection are already accessible for buy from the Nintendo eShop, however for any followers who’ve been holding off on pulling the set off, Oddworld Collection will likely be a useful strategy to have all three video games on one cartridge when it hits shops May 27. Microids has said there are at present no plans to convey this all-in-one launch to different platforms.






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