Good news for fans of classic arcade games out there, Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection pre-orders are now open and you can feast your eyes on all the spookiness of a new trailer to celebrate. Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection will be releasing February 25 for the Nintendo Switch.
Capcom have provided the details for you to feast your eyes on, we’ll tell you some of them below.
There’s no secret the original game is notoriously difficult, but how does something like that transfer into a modern version, you might be wondering? Capcom chose to go in this direction:
Fortunately, Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection offers multiple difficulties for those who want to experience all the game has to offer! If you’re a returning player who doesn’t mind seeing Arthur reduced to a pile of bones over and over again in your quest for glory, the Legend difficulty mode is right up your alley. Offering the most challenging Ghosts ‘n Goblins experience, this difficulty throws down the gauntlet with a large number of enemies and tough encounters that will put your skills (and single layer of armor) to the test! Turning down the heat with the Knight difficulty mode will give Arthur an extra hit point of armor, allowing him to retain some of his armor pieces and his pride before he’s fully reduced to his boxers, while the Squire difficulty mode provides a bit more breathing room by reducing the number of enemies as well. For little knights, those just learning how to play, those looking for a more relaxed experience, and for players of any type, Page mode provides Arthur with a blessing of eternal life, allowing the gallant knight to resurrect right on the spot should he fall in battle.
You can expect to be able to make Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection as hard or as easy as you want it.
You can see the trailer here and below:
Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection will be available February 25 for the Nintendo Switch exclusively.
You can find the original Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection announcement here and the previous gameplay trailer with developer commentary over here.
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