Max: The Curse of Brotherhood to Receive Physical Release on Nintendo Switch this March

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Last month, Flashbulb Games and Stage Clear Studios partnered to re-release 2013’s Max: The Curse of Brotherhood on Nintendo Switch; unfortunately, the game is currently only available digitally on the console-handheld hybrid. That will change soon though, as Wired Productions announced today that they have partnered with the Max: The Curse of Brotherhood’s developers to release a physical version of the game later this year.

Wired Production cited that they’ve decided to help Flashbulb Games and Stage Clear Studios release the game physically due to increasing demand from the game’s fans. They are also responsible for the PS4 release of the game. The physical version of Max: The Curse of Brotherhood on Nintendo Switch will cost $29.99, and is set to release worldwide on March 23.

For those of you who aren’t aware, Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is a puzzle platformer where one controls the titular Max as he tries to save his brother Felix with the use of a magic marker. This marker allows Max to draw and manipulate the world around him, leading to some interesting puzzles. On Switch, Max: The Curse of Brotherhood benefits from the system’s inherent portability and new precise touch controls.

You can check out the Nintendo Switch box art and a new trailer for the game below. Max: The Curse of Brotherhood is currently available on PC, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox 360, and Xbox One, though the physical Nintendo Switch version isn’t poised to launch until March 23.

 



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