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Blade Chimera Is The Next 2D Search Action Indie Offering From Team Ladybug; Out 2024

The recent Nintendo Indie World Showcase has revealed Playism and Team Ladybug’s latest pixel art-heavy action game: Blade Chimera.

Blade Chimera is set in a futuristic world where you play a white-haired warrior with a sword that can restore the past and alter environments. Oh, and also to kill giant monsters and dragons with in 2D fashion. For those who don’t know, Team Ladybug is the game dev team responsible for the awesome Record of Lodoss War Metroidvania title starring Deedlit and that one Touhou Luna Nights entry, also a Metroidvania game. So you can expect an action-packed search action-filled good time with good old lush pixel animation and aesthetics.

“In the year 20XX, cities were suddenly flooded with demons in the form of monsters and spirits that suddenly appeared in the city, sparking an all-out Demon War. Even now, more than 30 years later, demons still roam the streets and harm humans wherever they go. In this exploration-heavy 2D action game, use your demon sword to interfere with the past, create platforms, and shield yourself from danger to explore a dystopian cyberpunk world depicted in gorgeously animated pixel art.”

Check out the trailer below. Blade Chimera will be out for Nintendo Switch in Spring 2024. No other platform has been announced as of yet, though we suspect it’ll be a PC title too.


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