Save the cheerleader, save the world
Another day, another contest: Win a Switch copy of Omensight: Definitive Edition.
One of the cool things about the Switch is that even if it does get some games later, it tends to get all of the definitive versions of them. Whether it’s including all DLC, having all of the post-launch updates, or really having nothing special outside of it just being extremely portable, Switch owners are getting more spoiled by the day.
So let’s spoil y’all a little bit more with some free copies of Omensight: Definitive Edition.
There’s a lot to unpack here, so I’ll let Spearhead Games do the heavy lifting:
When the world of Urralia nears its end, that’s when your work as The Harbinger begins. You take on the impartial, and crucial, role of both warrior and judge to rewrite the destruction of your war-sieged world by identifying characters that may have played a part in the apocalypse. By understanding the events that pushed Urralia to its tragic end, you can manipulate time and circumstance to prevent the catastrophe.
- Use the power of Omensight to weave a new narrative, pave the way to a brighter future, and give the world of Urralia a second chance.
- Upgrade The Harbinger’s “warp flow combat” and time-slowing spells, then unleash them against enemies to devastating effect.
- Recruit a colorful cast of characters in your mission to unravel the events that brought about Urralia’s end — ally with a song-slinging bard, martial-expert army captain, or a beer-swilling bear, all with varying accounts of how the world met its demise.
A beer-swilling bear is my spirit animal.
To enter to win, tell us your spirit animal. Is it a beer-swilling bear, like me? Is it a morally repugnant skunk with a bad temper and a hot head? Is it Mike Martin but in raccoon form so he’s much cuter and easier to thwack with a broom when he starts digging in your trash again? Let us know!
We have five Switch keys to give out. Our keys are for North American eShop accounts, only. Winners will be drawn on Friday, December 21. Make sure you comment using a Dtoid-generated Disqus account with your current email address on file. If I can’t email you, I’m going to thwack you with a broom, too.