Ghosts 'n Goblins Resurrection looks weirdly off


Coming to Nintendo Switch on February 25, 2021

I didn't expect Ghosts 'n Goblins to show up looking like this, but then again, I also wasn't expecting Arthur to get an "all-new adventure" on Nintendo Switch. Here's our first look from The Game Awards:

It's hard not to associate this series with tough gameplay, and on that front, there are three difficulties (Squire, Knight, and Legend) along with a "Page" mode that has unlimited on-the-spot respawns.

Capcom also announced Capcom Arcade Stadium for February. It'll be a free-to-start download with additional games (including Final Fight, Giga Wing, and Ghouls 'n Ghosts) sold as add-ons.

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