Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is heading to Switch, and it’s getting a physical release on Mar. 23. This follows the digital edition that just came to the console last December, so if you already picked up a copy, you can now opt to dump that SD card and have an actual cartridge for your collection.
The game follows a young boy named Max who comes home to find his little brother has gotten into his toy box again, so he wishes him away with a simple search of how you can make your brother disappear. So Felix does, and Max has to mount a rescue mission to save him. Using a Magic Marker, Max has to navigate the bizarre land of Anotherworld to bring Felix back home safe. Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is a real hoot, especially if you haven’t played it before.
There’s a new trailer for the physical version, and you can check it out below. So much brotherly love to go around, don’t you think?
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