Indie Japanese Schoolgirl-Action Game “Croixleur Sigma” Heads to Nintendo Switch

Playism has announced they’re bringing the indie Japanese action game Croixleur Sigma to the Nintendo Switch.

The Souvenir Circ.-developed game will launch for the hybrid console sometime in the future, however a release date wasn’t given.

It’s worth pointing out the Switch version of the game will be playable for the first time in public at this year’s Digital Games Expo – an indie-only spread in Akihabara on November 12th.

Here’s a rundown on the game:


High-speed hack-and-slash action!

Tonight, in the Queen’s realm of Ilance, two prodigies representing the Knight and Aristocrat factions will do battle in ‘the Adjuvant Trial’. This ritual, which has been held since the founding of the nation, decides which faction will hold military and political authority, and protect the Queen, the living symbol of the realm. The fate of the nation is at stake as these two girls set aside their childhood friendship and undergo a trial in which there can be only one victor.

Croixleur Sigma is 60FPS of high speed hack-and-slash arcade action game by Japanese indie developer souvenir circ. and featuring gameplay reminiscent of the Devil May Cry series’ Bloody Palace mode.

Key Features

  • Play as either Lucrezia Visconti or Francesca Storaro and battle your way up the tower through hordes of oncoming monsters to learn the secrets behind the Adjuvant Trial!
  • 20 Weapons to collect, each with a unique special move! Pick the load-out that suits your fighting style!
  • Simple but satisfying combo system, including Move Canceling, Attack Nullifying, Invincible Dashing, and Rigid Body States!
  • Take on the Adjuvant Trial in Story Mode with separate stories and multiple endings for both characters!
  • Test your mettle and hone your skills in Time Attack Mode, Survival Mode, and Challenge Mode!
  • Local 2 player co-op: take on the monster hordes with a friend in in Dramatic Battle mode!
  • Full Japanese voice over

Croixleur Sigma has been available for PC, PlayStation 4, and PS Vita. In case you missed it, you can find our review of the PC version of Croixleur Sigma here.

Brandon Orselli

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  • MonsterGogo

    Does this not include the PS4 content? Is it just the old PC version?

  • RIP Vita.

  • PaRaLLaXTHeTiCS

    I couldn’t get into this one.

  • Mr0303

    Mechanically this game is pretty good, but I didn’t enjoy the time limits all that much. Still, it was a pretty good game on the go.

  • catazxy

    Same.