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The purely physical Switch title “Demon Throttle” offers a second chance to pre-order

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Last summer, publisher Devolver Digital announced Demon Throttle and then opened up pre-orders for its first physical Switch game, Demon Throttle. It will be the next release from Gato Roboto developer Doinksoft, and it’s certainly intriguing that it will really only be physical with no eShop release imminent.

As you can see in the trailer, it features a retro look and fast-paced top-down shooter gameplay, and given the developer’s pedigree, we’re inclined to be optimistic about how it’s going to pan out. it’s coming soon, although we don’t have a firm date.

Devolver Digital and Special Reserve Games have now opened a week-long “second chance” pre-order, which you can view on this official product page. Only the standard edition is available for $29.99, although it still has a few nice touches in the package:

  • CHANGE CASSETTE
    Packaged in the Switch game case
  • CONSECUTIVELY NUMBERED GAME BOX
  • REVERSIBLE JACKET ARTWORK
  • INSTRUCTION BOOK
    In the shrink-wrapped game packaging
  • STICKER

If you go to PAX East in Boston this weekend, you can receive a free gift when you present a pre-order receipt at the Devolver Digital booth.

Let us know in the comments if you’re tempted to order this, and be sure to let us know your views on the idea of ​​”physical only” games on Switch.

https://www.nintendolife.com/news/2022/04/physical-only-switch-title-demon-throttle-opens-a-second-chance-preorder The purely physical Switch title “Demon Throttle” offers a second chance to pre-order

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