Indie Gems Bundle: JRPG Edition Hits Nintendo Switch On January 31st

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Plug In Digital and Goblinz Studio have announced that the Indie Gems Bundle: JRPG Edition will release on Nintendo Switch this week.

This will bundle Dungeon Rushers and Robothorium into an “exclusive package” for the portable home console.

The Indie Gems Bundle: JRPG Edition will release on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide on 31st January 2020 priced at $19.99, with a 10 percent discount available until 7th February 2020.

Dungeon Rushers

Dungeon Rushers is a 2D tactical RPG combining dungeon crawler’s gameplay and turn-based fights.

Manage your team, loot dusty dungeons, crush armies of monsters and craft mighty equipment. Be part of an epic adventure with a colourful cast of characters in an off-beat universe.

Upgrade the skills of your heroes to make them even more fearsome and place them strategically to achieve victory.

Craft your equipment on your own with components gathered during your journey thanks to an advanced system consisting of six different craftsmen.

Complete dungeons and their bonus challenges to unlock the Heroic difficulty, where only the best can make their way to the treasure!

Robothorium

Planet Earth. BreakTech, an enterprise specialised in robotic construction, is flourishing thanks to thorium, an unlimited and innovative power source. After many years of exploitation, robots are finally protesting for their rights. But the peaceful movement is quickly escalating to riots and the human repression is near. Now seen as a first-degree threat, robots are hunted down and culled throughout the planet.

You, S.I.A, an enhanced artificial intelligence, have to end this surrounding chaos and build a future for your robots. Unite with the new rebel factions, which have been engaged in turf war for months, then deal with cyborgs, humans and robots to lead your own robotic uprising.

Alex Seedhouse
After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.