Nintendo Reveals Mech Action Game Daemon X Machina

Donna Miller
June 14, 2018

Daemon X Machina is a cool-looking, cel-shaded mech game that's coming to the Switch in 2019 and it was shown off at Nintendo's E3 conference on Tuesday. Players fly through the air, dodging bullets while shooting enemies both big and large in a highly stylized world.

Nintendo revealed Daemon X Machina today during its Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) event today in Los Angeles.

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The game is in development at Marvelous First Studio and counts on an absolutely star-spangled cast.

Nintendo's 2018 Direct opened with a 2019 mech game. Yusuke Kozaki, who worked on "Fire Emblem Awakening", supplied "Daemon X's" character designs. The Arsenal mechs have been designed by Mr. Kawamori, a man with a lot of mecha experience considering his work on the Armored Core and Super Dimension Fortress Macross series. Soulcalibur composer Junichi Nakatsuru is doing the music alongside Rio Hamamoto from Tekken. It's called Daemon X Machina and its the most metal thing.

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