Developed by Nippon Ichi Software and Syupro-DX, The Longest Five Minutes is a tribute to 8 bits J-RPG with a twist. Indeed, this time the hero does not have his memory wiped at the beginning of the story, but at the very end, when he and his friends are about to fight their final battle. As he's facing the final boss, Flash realizes he does not remember a thing, which forces him to relive his past memories as many times as he wants to gain re-experience points and understand what he's doing here. If you want to discover the first 50 minutes of the game on Nintendo Switch, you know what to do.
@droezelke: it looks good but slower paced and open world doesn't excite me as much a fast paced old school style shooter. The Phobos gameplay and that huge BFG gun giving of that green lighting. (18 Hours ago)