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The Wonderful 101: Remastered trailer

The Wonderful 101: Remastered trailer

Platinum Games has as we speak launched a recent new trailer for The Wonderful 101: Remastered which arrives on the Nintendo Switch platform subsequent month. This enhanced model of the Wii U authentic options improved visuals, framerate, and loading instances. The Wonderful 101: Remastered is out on 19th May in North America and the 22nd May in Europe.

  • Over 100 distinctive and dazzling, every with their very own backstories and logos!
  • Change weapons in a flash with the “Unite Morph” system! Draw shapes to change between swords, whips, hammers, and extra to battle with technique and aptitude!
  • Unite Morphs could be extra than simply weapons! Build grasp gliders and bridges to cross chasms, and bounce and blast your option to nice heights! Use your smarts in addition to your energy to unravel puzzles and persevere!
  • Don’t neglect—a hero’s true calling is safety! Rescue the residents you come throughout and your bravery will encourage them to UNITE UP! For a restricted time, after all.
  • Your missions will take world wide! Through cities, throughout the ocean flooring, deep within the jungle, and to a number of thrilling places!

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