Xiaomei and the Flame Dragon's Fist beats up the Switch today
Let's kick things up a notch
Video game publisher Leoful and Japanese indie developer PiXEL are pleased to announce 16-bit kung fu action game, Xiaomei and the Flame Dragon’s Fist, launches today on Switch.
To celebrate the announcement of the release date, the game’s official English logo has been revealed today. Also, a brand new launch trailer showing off gameplay, along with introductions to the game’s story and characters have been published. Pre-orders for Xiaomei and the Flame Dragon’s Fist have also kicked off on the Nintendo eShop with a 10% launch discount.
Releasing outside Japan for the first time, Xiaomei and the Flame Dragon’s Fist is a 16-bit kung fu action game that pays homage to kung fu games from the 80s and 90s. The game’s protagonist, Xiaomei, embarks on a journey to save her elder sister, Xiaoyin, from the influence of the Dark Dragon. The Nintendo Switch version of Xiaomei and the Flame Dragon’s Fist has been enhanced with a new story mode featuring Xiaoyin, new characters, and other unlockable content.
With music by legendary former Namco composer Norio Nakagata (Zombie Nation, Genpei Tōma Den), sound effects by Hirofumi Murasaki (Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master, Clockwork Knight), illustrations by Studio Vigor, and character voices by Suika, this is a game fans of nostalgic kung fu games shouldn’t miss.