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Prior Switch exclusive DAEMON X MACHINA launches to great success on PC

PC gamers are thrilled to get one of the best mech-action titles in recent memory thanks to DAEMON X MACHINA. Previously only available on the Nintendo Switch, DxM can now be enjoyed on the PC at unheard resolutions and framerates. You can grab the game right now on Steam for $53.99.

When Nintendo proudly unveiled DAEMON X MACHINA during E3 two years ago, there was very little hope owners outside the Switch would ever get their hands on it. DxM had all the hallmarks of a future hidden gem. Mechanics-focused gameplay. Check. Japanese mech setting. Check. Small scope project. Check. But like a miracle, developer Marvelous obviously managed to make a deal with Nintendo to bring their game to other shores.
And what great decision that was. Compared to the Switch version, playing on the PC feels like the way it was intended to be played. Buttery smooth performance and crystal clear visuals on even mid-tier PCs make DAEMON X MACHINA one of the early PC gaming highlights of 2020.
You are an Outer, a new breed of human being that appeared in the aftermath of the Moonfall calamity. As a mercenary for the Orbital organization, you are on the front line of a desperate war for humanity’s survival against the Immortals—corrupted AIs that have rebelled against their human creators. Piloting a fully customizable mech known as an Arsenal, you must team up with mercenaries like yourself and complete missions to defeat the Immortals once and for all. But be careful—in a war fought by mercenaries, today’s allies can become tomorrow’s enemies.
After the recent multi-platform port Kickstarter of another Nintendo exclusive The Wonderful 101, it marks the second time in a short span that a Nintendo game goes multi-platform. While it’s a far cry from Microsoft’s strategy shift, it’s great news for gamers on all systems and developers who will be more likely to stay afloat by widening their audience. By going the mighty-impressive User Score of 95% Positive on Steam, gamers clearly reward being taken notice of.

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