The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth developer shows off its new Nintendo Switch game

Matt Sayer 12 October 2017 NEWS


This spooky endless runner will hack and slash its way onto the Nintendo eShop later this month.

Nicalis Inc, the studio that worked with Super Meat Boy creator Edmund McMillen on The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth, has revealed its new Nintendo Switch game with an appropriately spooky new trailer today.

Titled Knight Terrors, the retro-inspired game takes the form of an endlessly-scrolling 2D platformer, with a look that brings to mind the arcade classic Ghouls 'n Ghosts. Judging from the trailer, it'll demand a similar amount of lightning-fast reflexes, too, with all manner of monstrous enemies to defeat and spike pits to avoid in pursuit of the highest score.

Knight Terrors is launching just in time for Halloween, with a release date of 24 October exclusively on the Nintendo eShop.

This week's been jam-packed with spooky gaming news, from the kick-off of Overwatch's Halloween Terror event to the creepy launch trailer for The Evil Within 2.

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