Welcome to that special feature that we call “Super Rare Gems,” a small segment where we talk about the physical releases of games published by Super Rare Games.
With a large library of titles under their belt and tons of limited releases that have sold out and Miketendo64 providing them with some extensive coverage on the site, we want to take the time to highlight the games they currently have left in stock, and who knows, you might just discover the next indie gem you want to pick up? So, please join us as we provide you with a ton of details on Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons by developer Starbreeze Studios:
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons (Nintendo Switch)
Developer: Amanita Design
Retail Price: £32.40 GBP / €31.73 EUR / $37.35 USD (EUR & USD Pricing is subject to change due to conversion rates)
Players: up to 2 players
Genre: Adventure, Puzzle
Game File Size: 3.9 GB
Play the award-winning adventure with an all-new two-player mode for Nintendo Switch!
Guide two brothers on an epic fairytale journey from visionary Swedish film director Josef Fares. Control both brothers at once as you experience co-op play in single-player – or team up with a friend through the heartfelt story.
Solve puzzles, explore stunning locations, and face off against harrowing bosses. This is one journey you will never forget.
Includes bonus content: go behind-the-scenes with a director’s commentary and concept art gallery.
As of May 11, 2020, Super Rare Games has resumed shipping of all orders, but please remember that there is a strict limit of 2 games per customer, with the physical release of Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons offering the following:
– Fully assembled Nintendo Switch game with cartridge
– Interior art
– Full-colour manual
– Exclusive sticker
– 3 card trading card pack
For more on the physical release of Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, why not pay a visit to its official listing on Super Rare Games with the link below:
We hope you enjoyed this instalment of Super Rare Gems and look forwards to the next one!Tags: Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, Feature, Nintendo Switch, Starbreeze Studios, Super Rare Games, Super Rare Gems
This post was written by Jack Longman