Mages of Mystralia Blinks Onto Nintendo Switch

Have Mage; Will Travel.

Montreal-based studio Borealys Games brings their highly acclaimed “coming of (m)age” roleplaying game Mages of Mystralia to the Nintendo Switch today.

Check out the trailer here:

In Mages of Mystralia you will play as Zia, a young girl with a sensitivity to the magical arts living in a world where magic is reviled. Pushed the the edge of society, Zia must use her creativity and whits to solve puzzles, defeat powerful foes, and to redefine what it means to be a Mage in Mystralia. 

Mages of Mystralia features a story written by Ed Greenwood, creator of the Forgotten Realms, and music by the Video Game Orchestra. It has been the recipient of many prestigious recognition in the indie scene for its earlier releases on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, including nominations for Best Game at PAX East in 2016 by Gamer Nexus. 

With its unique spell crafting and casting system, what wonders will you craft? We would love to hear of your experiences with Mages of Mystralia in the comments below. 

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Born in the heyday of mullets and the El Camino to a tech-foward family, Damien (a.k.a. Dame, PastorDame) quickly embraced the reality that “normal” is just a setting on a dryer. Damien is a pastor by trade and loves talking with anyone who is interested about life, God, and video games (in no particular order) - so, much so, that he and fellow MMORPG/GameSpace writer Matt Keith (Nexfury) create a podcast dedicated to that conversation. At the end of the day, Damien is a guy who loves his wife, his Mini Schnoodle, and crafting gourmet bowls of Mac N’ Cheese.

2 Comments

  1. Sigh at $17.99 I couldn’t resist.

    • yea played this on PC and I liked it, was a good time for sure, worth the price

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