The Outstanding Metroidvania Chasm is Now Available on Nintendo Switch

Don't look down.

Chasm a long in-development title that finally saw the light of day earlier this year, is available now on the Nintendo Switch. You can see the launch trailer below.

Chasm is a Metroidvania from developer Bit Kid that takes the genre and infuses influences from games like Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Zelda 2: The Adventure of Link, and Mega Man.

Chasm was in development for six years before finally coming out in July of this year. We rated Chasm a four out of five for its stellar take on the Metroidvania genre.

Bit Kid boasts over 130 weapons and armor and 10-15 hours of gameplay to make it through the full campaign. Chasm is available now on Switch, Steam, PS4, and PS Vita for $19.99 USD.

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