It ‘s not long since we reported that Japanese publisher GameTomo was bringing a massive mech adventure to Nintendo’s mobile console. Now, Project Nimbus: Complete Edition has landed on the Nintendo Switch.
You might have heard the Project Nimbus title from its previous outing on PC. Originally launched in 2017, and built by Thai developer Gamecrafter Team, Project Nimbusdraws inspiration from classic anime like Macross while handling like the Gundam of your dreams. Featuring a range of chrome plated weapon platforms, each with their own combat competencies and visual styles, players can use a mix of long-range missiles and melee weapons to cut through adversaries.
Players piloting any of Project Nimbus’s massive battle frames will find themselves launched into the front lines of an epic space opera. As a trio of factions vie for the resources that lie out in the space that surrounds us, it is up to players to dominate this post-apocalyptic battlefield. Taking on a series of missions, pilots can challenge Complex bosses each with a unique fighting style, including orbiting nuclear battle mechs, bands of deadly pilots, and weaponized flying ships. As the political machinations between the game’s US-led CFN, Russia-led UCN, and the shadowy terrorist Children of Fallen Nations draw players into more and more difficult encounters, a narrative unfolds that takes clear inspiration from the Ace Combat series.
Project Nimbus: Complete Edition includes some special extras just for Nintendo Switch. Pick up the mobile version of this game and you can test yourself against Warfronts. This mode includes six unlimited mission modes, six levels of pilot (including Legendary), and Battle Frame customization to give the game some seriously needed replay value. Also included for this launch is the survival mode, pitting players against increasingly difficult waves of enemies. With a very positive Steam reception and a price point of £15.99/€17.99/$19.99 on the Nintendo eShop, you might want to get ready to conquer space. Project Nimbus: Complete Edition is out now. You can find out more on the official website or watch out for our review.