Rotating Brave


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Rotating Brave

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Available on:Nintendo SwitchFeb 21, 2019

Developer: COSEN

Genres: Arcade, Action, Adventure

Rotating Brave for the Nintendo Switch is an action game in which you control a pixel-art character and take on enemies while spinning. You start off holding the Nintendo Switch vertically. Then, as you progress from one stage to the next, you play while spinning the Nintendo Switch, sometimes holding the Nintendo Switch horizontally and sometimes holding it vertically. - Don’t miss the shops where you can buy items and the recollection rooms where you can follow your memories in the stages. - When you’re in a tough spot, activate your skills! You can unleash special comeback moves once your skill points have accumulated. - Don’t give up at Game Over. Acquire bonus points and get ready for your next battle. STORY An endless war with a foreign country. In order to claim victory and end this war, our country decided to use an ancient shrine which holds vast energy. We began to gather shrine maidens who could offer prayers to the shrine to harness its energy. My childhood friend was also selected as a shrine maiden and went far away to the ancient remnants. Soon after, the vast energy was unleashed from the shrine and it ran rampant. With no means of controlling the energy, the surroundings were brought to ruin as it destroyed both enemy and ally alike. I was on the battleground as a warrior at the time, but I somehow escaped danger and made it out unscathed. But my childhood friend is still at that shrine. Within the depths of the shrine, I’m shown memories of my past with her. Is that an effect of the energy? Or could it be…

Rotating Brave Critic Reviews

Pure Nintendo

Jennifer Sheffield
7 / 10.0
Pure Nintendo

In spite of its side-scrolling pixel-art facade, Rotating Brave adds a plane of intrigue to the mechanics of the game with a constantly shifting perspective.

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Attempting run after run, slowly getting more used to the game and making it further and further each time feels satisfying even if just for a fleeting moment. This feeling combined with the beautiful art and driving soundtrack made me eager to jump back in for my next go mere seconds after each death. If you're in the market for a game you can pick up to play for a few quick minutes before getting back to work, Rotating Brave may be the game that can fit the bill.

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If you’re looking for a tough, addictive, “just one more go” type of game, then Rotating Brave might be for you.

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