The Home of the Useless: Remake, an up to date model of the traditional 1996 on-rails arcade shooter, is coming to Nintendo Swap.
Introduced as a part of Nintendo’s Indie Showcase on Wednesday, The Home of the Useless Remake guarantees up to date graphics, up to date controls, a number of endings, and the power to play solo or two-player co-op. The trailer’s description additionally consists of mentions of a “new entourage and gameplay modifications,” so it’s attainable we’ll see new characters change the outdated solid.
That stated, Dr. Curien, the primary sport’s antagonist, makes an look on the finish of the trailer, so at the least one acquainted face is returning. The remake is being developed by MegaPixel Studios, the workforce behind the Panzer Dragoon remake.
Take a look at the screenshots under.
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The trailer reveals briefly reveals off a reimagined model of the opening cutscene, in addition to what seems to be the principle entrance to the titular home, appropriately surrounded by undead. We additionally get a fast take a look at some inside areas, like a lab, in addition to some kind of massive greenhouse.
The unique Home of the Useless was launched in 1996 by Sega, utilizing a lightgun accent to let gamers blast their manner via undead. The unique sport spawned 5 extra core sequels, in addition to quite a few spinoffs, like well-regarded Typing of the Useless, and the significantly less well-regarded Uwe Boll film.
The Home of the Useless Remake is scheduled to launch on Nintendo Switch someday in 2021. MegaPixels has but to say something concerning different platforms, or if lightgun peripherals can be useable.
Do not forget to take a look at everything announced at Nintendo’s Indie World Showcase for those who’re within the temper for some indie gems.