This year has been one of the best Nintendo and co. have done in recent years for an E3 presentation. With tons of great games, both remakes and entirely new IPs, there’s a lot to enjoy if you’re a Ninty fan. There’s new Pokemon titles, remakes of Panzer Dragoon, and a bunch more stuff coming to Switch in the future.
Now, we have one more game coming out for the Switch, and it’s kind of weird. It’s called Cadence of Hyrule, and it’s a rhythm-based dungeon-crawler.
Cadence of Hyrule, the new dungeon-crawling rhythm game set in the iconic Zelda universe, will be coming soon to Nintendo fans across the globe. Cadence of Hyrule is a really interesting take on the Zelda games, offering an entirely unique experience that fans may well come to love.
It might be a relatively simple setup, but Cadence of Hyrule seems like a great time-waster for fans looking for something short and sweet to burn a little free time with. The stylized title is coming from the same developer of Crypt of the NecroDancer, which will mean this is probably an excellently paced title for those looking for a twist on the dungeon-crawler formula.
The new Switch title is due out soon, on June 13th. Check out the trailer direct from E3 down below.