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Baldo, the game inspired by Ghibli and Zelda, returns with 13 minutes of gameplay

Naps Team has shown a new video gameplay of the precious Baldo: The Guardian Owls, a video game inspired by the aesthetics of the Studio Ghibli and on the basis of The Legend of Zelda to build an adventure with exploration, puzzles and RPG. After more than a year in silence, in these 13 new minutes we can see footage of the main village and a message that takes the protagonists to a cave.

The video, advanced by the companions of IGN, makes it clear that part of the mechanics obey the Nintendo saga. On the one hand, hearts as a life meter, action commands linked to the buttons and a currency with which we will trade in the places we can visit. Conversations, main and secondary missions, a huge open region to explore, mysteries to be solved, puzzles in the form of dungeons, objects and weapons with which to face the enemies … Naps Team wants to conquer the players not only by its aesthetics, but also by be a good adventure RPG.

Adventures, action, dungeons, puzzles, role playing. Baldo shows up again

“Just as the prophecy predicted, a pure-hearted child has been born. However, at the same time, the heartless beast that was locked up in the underworld by the wise owls is once again threatening the world ”, indicates the official synopsis of the game. “Meet tons of funny and quirky characters in the wonderful world of Baldo, an action-adventure RPG packed with puzzles, engaging game mechanics, and complex dungeons scattered throughout an open world. Visit towns, reveal secrets, collect weapons and buy objects that will be very useful on your journey ”.

Yes OK Baldo: The Guardian Owls will go on sale first in Nintendo Switch —The official page of the eShop still does not offer new details about its possible release window; indicates “summer 2020”-, will also eventually reach PlayStation 4, Xbox One Y PC.

According to the official Nintendo portal, it will arrive in English, German, French, Spanish and Italian, so its location is already contemplated.

References | IGN


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