Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom Release Date, Game Card and more!

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, US, North America, release date, gameplay, features, price, game, update

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom

PS4™ & Switch – North America

  • Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom release date will be revealed this month.
  • FDG Entertainment uploaded the very first image of the Monster Boy game card.
  • Nintendo Switch version is exceeding the PS4 version.

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom is due for a summer release. And a lot of gamers are yearning to get their hands on this colorful action-adventure game. In fact, publisher FDG Entertainment revealed on Twitter that its pre-orders are in full swing. And the data that they’ve unveiled helps to boost the sales of the game even more.

So, guess what? It turns out that the Nintendo Switch version of the game is outselling the PS4 version with a ratio of 10:1. That is not just double, but that it’s ten times stronger than the PS4 version. Well, that is pretty impressive. And at the same time, it’s one huge indication of how strong is the user base of Nintendo Switch right now.

Most likely, Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom will sell on PS4 too, but it’s very intriguing to see Nintendo’s console beating Sony’s PS4.

You can take a look at the official post of FDG Entertainment on Twitter below.

After a few days of its reveal on this year’s E3, FDG confirmed that the trailer released represents the final graphics quality on the Nintendo Switch console. You can find it below.

And last July, FDG Entertainment uploaded the very first image of the Monster Boy game card on Twitter. The game card features the game’s protagonist, Jin, holding his sword into the air. Check it out below.

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, US, North America, release date, gameplay, features, price, game, update

You can also check out FDG’s official post on Twitter below.


DEVELOPMENT

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom has spent a long time in development now. But, as we can see from its trailer reveal back at this year’s E3, the game just looks spectacular. And according to an interview of Gamingbolt with FDG Entertainment’s Philipp Döschl, the most prominent changes are the graphics. Döschl said that the game’s graphics were completely reworked by their team a couple of times in the past four years. Check out the comparison below:

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, US, North America, release date, gameplay, features, price, game, update

-via Gamingbolt

Also, Döschl said that Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom is not just a game “inspired by” the Wonder Boy Series, instead it’s actually a real sequel to the series. It gives the same vibe while bringing in lots of modern tweaks to it.

Moreover, Döschl revealed that the creator of the Wonder Boy Series, Ryuichi Nishizawa, is on board. Although Ryuichi Nishizawa is not really on-hands in the project, he still gives a lot of valuable feedback on things.


RELEASE DATE

FDG Entertainment has no exact words yet for Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom’s release date. However, it was seen on one of FDG’s Twitter threads that they will reveal the game’s release date this month (August). Well, looks like we need to keep an eye on this one, folks. Check out the screenshot below:

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, US, North America, release date, gameplay, features, price, game, update


WHERE TO PRE-ORDER THE GAME?

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For more information about the game, you can refer to the details below.

【OVERVIEW】

Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom brings you to the Monster World Kingdom. The story centers on its boy protagonist named, Jin. Jin is on a mission to stop his Uncle from doing magic that causes chaos throughout the Kingdom. And you are challenged to follow his role and take on the journey to save the entire state.

Step into the colorful yet challenging open-world of the game and get ready for combat! Use all your wits and skills to solve mind-blowing puzzles in order to advance through the story. Discover powerful weapons and items as you explore hidden passages and use it to overcome huge bosses.

Furthermore, you can also switch to six various animals transformations as you progress through the game. This includes a frog that can utilize its own tongue to swing on hoops. Plus, there’s a snake who can climb up slimy areas. And, there’s a cute little pig, too!

Each of these animals possesses their own unique skills and abilities that can be very beneficial on your journey.

So, are you willing to join Jin on his epic adventure? Pre-order for the PS4 and Switch version is now open on our website. SAVE YOUR COPIES NOW!

【TRAILER】





【FEATURES】

  • Switch between up to 6 playable characters – Each character feels different and all of them keep the gameplay fresh and exciting
  • Unlock new paths and secrets with special equipment – Look for magic weapons and equipment that gradually open up the world
  • Over 15 hours of epic adventure – Explore the new ‘Monster World’ in a huge interconnected environment
  • Soundtrack from Japanese superstar composers – Yuzo Koshiro, Motoi Sakuraba, Michiru Yamane, Keiki Kobayashi and Takeshi Yanagawa
  • Full HD graphics at 60 frames per second – The game supports 1080p/60fps (docked) and 720p/60fps (portable mode)
  • HD Rumble support – Feel the action with high-performance HD Rumble support

【SCREENSHOTS】


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1 Response

  1. Avatar Nidget says:

    I will buy this game probably both on PS4 and on Switch, like I did for the remaster of Wonder Boy.

    However, don’t you seriously believe the pre-sales on the Switch version outperforms the PS4 only because the handheld Switch is a better support for this kind of game ? This just shows to Sony that there was a market for handhelds in North America and that their multiple mistakes regarding the PSP and the Vita have killed their opportunity to sell handhelds outside Japan.

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