SteamWorld Heist: Ultimate Edition
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Developer: Image & Form
Genres: Action, RPG, Strategy
SteamWorld Heist: Ultimate Edition is fully optimised for Nintendo Switch. It comes with The Outsider campaign, including a mysterious ally and a shipload of weapons, upgrades, hats, and missions previously only available as DLC.
As the captain, you board, loot and shoot your way through enemy spaceships. Overcome the challenges of the vast frontier by upgrading your recruits with unique abilities, weapons – and even stylish hats!
Strategy focussed on skill rather than chance15-20 hours of playtime, followed by New Game+Kind to newcomers, deep and challenging for veteransSoundtrack by real-life robot troupe Steam Powered GiraffeOptional touch controls for ultimate precisionProcedurally-generated levels
SteamWorld Heist: Ultimate Edition Trailer – Out Dec 28 on Nintendo Switch!
SteamWorld Heist: Ultimate Edition is a fantastic port of a fantastic game, and it fits perfectly on the Switch. Deep, engaging gameplay and stylish presentation combine to make this one of the standout indie releases of the year; this is a great example of a well put-together game. If you are at all a fan of strategy games, or are just looking for a fun diversion to occupy your time over the next couple weeks, pick up this game. It puts a neat twist on standard turn-based strategy gameplay, and stands as another fantastic entry in the SteamWorld series.
SteamWorld Heist is a must-have game on the Nintendo Switch, and since it's available as SteamWorld Heist: Ultimate Edition, you get the main game and all DLC in a single download for a very affordable price. If you're a fan of SteamWorld Dig, or of its sequel (the aptly named SteamWorld Dig 2), and want to dive into an adventure that is different but just as fun, and set in the same SteamWorld universe, then you should download this game today. I highly recommend it since you'll be spending dozens of hours completing the whole game and its DLC missions. And once you've finished the game, you can dive right back in thanks to its New Game+…