Paradise Lost Pre-Orders Bring The Wastelands of Europe To Nintendo Switch

Paradise Lost, the post-apocalyptic alt-history adventure from All in! Games, just opened pre-orders for a Nintendo Switch port.

Nuclear winter and dark nights aren’t quite how we expected to start December but All in! Games and developer PolyAmourous are bringing a very different looking Europe to Nintendo Switch in two days. Due to launch onto Nintendo’s on the go hybrid on 3 December, Paradise Lost is an alternative look at history wrapped into a narrative adventure. Where WWII had a very bleak outcome for everyone. Already available on Pc, PlayStation, and Xbox systems, the Nintendo Switch version comes in at The base price of the game is $14.99/€14.99/£13.49 but early birds will be able to take advantage of a 40% discount for a limited time.

For those that didn’t catch the earlier launch, Paradise Lost is an adventure story following the fate of Szymon, a 12-year-old boy raised in a post-apocalyptic wasteland who finds a massive Nazi bunker. It’s 1980 and the bunker lies abandoned but delving into this mystery will find a mix of Slavic mythology and retro-futuristic technology. As things unfold, players will find out more about the bunker, from its takeover by Polish rebels to the ultimate fate of its inhabitants.

Feeling a little bit like Bioshock with a grounded Slavic take on European history, Paradise Lost is certainly worth a look for fans of Fallout and Bioshock. You can take a look at the trailer above or head over to the official website to find out more about this alternative festive fallout.

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  1. Normally I’d jump at a chance for something like this on my Nintendo Switch but with Steamdeck hopefully coming in Q1 of 2022 I’m now second-guessing myself on just buying the Steam version.

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