The action game pays homage to Akira Kurosawa's works with its visuals and presentation. It's also available on Xbox, PlayStation and PC.
Flying Wild Hog and Devolver Digital's 2.5D samurai action game has been announced for the Nintendo Switch, and launches later this month.
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Out now, Flying Wild Hog's latest is a cinematic action-adventure game heavily inspired by the legendary filmmaker's work.
Though a quieter month in terms of big releases, there are still plenty of interesting games in May that warrant a closer look.
Trek to Yomi might not be the most ambitious game from a gameplay perspective, but its gorgeous visuals and presentation make it a game worth experiencing nonetheless.
Inspired by Akira Kurosawa films, the action-adventure title sees a young swordsman embarking on a journey of revenge for his loved ones.
The publisher asked fans not to purchase any of its titles (aside from preordering Trek to Yomi) on Steam until Thursday morning.
Trek to Yomi's creative director Leonard Menchiari says the upcoming samurai action game is "a homage to Akira Kurosawa."
The cinematic action-adventure title is out tomorrow for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PS4, PC and PS5. It offers an estimated 4-6 hours of gameplay.
The upcoming samurai action game, published by Devolver Digital, is out for PC, PlayStation, and Xbox on May 5.
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Regardless of which version of Flying Wild Hog's title that you pre-order, you'll get everything - including "Full Credits at the End."
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