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Rhythm Game VOEZ Gets a Physical Release This Summer on Switch

PM Studios and acttil announced today that VOEZ, the critically acclaimed rhythm game, will be getting a physical release on the Nintendo Switch later this summer.

Already released in digital format early last year, the new physical edition will give players new Joy-Con and Dock mode controls, along with all the updates already available for the digital version.


Details and features of the physical release of the game are:

About VOEZ:
VOEZ is a highly stylized rhythm game developed by Rayark Games and features 3 difficulty levels — Easy, Hard, and Special. In each level, there is a black horizontal line at the bottom of the screen, and notes will fall down from the top of the screen on different note lines. These lines can move horizontally depending on the individual song and difficulty level. The player must either tap, hold, slide, or swipe the note depending on which type of note it is. The game also features a lovingly animated storyline, which unfolds through the Diary feature. As the player completes different requirements, new entries will be unlocked, revealing new story content, locations, and more!

Key Features
▪ Keep a Record! – Unlocking new entries in the Diary will reveal new story beats, locations, and artwork! Complete each requirement to fill out that Diary!
▪ Master Each Level! – Three difficulty levels — Easy, Hard and Special — will satisfy music game lovers of all skill levels!
▪ Gorgeous Animation! – VOEZ is not only music to your ears, but also a feast for your eyes! Enjoy its amazing animation and artwork in full HD!
▪ Which Song? – With over 100 songs to choose from, the massive music selection will keep you coming back for more!


The physical release trailer can be found here and details about the digital release of the game can be here for those interested.

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Caitlin Harper

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Born in the south but raised in military bases around the world, Caitlin has been gaming since her father first brought home an NES with Super Mario Bros. and Zelda 2. She's also a lover of all things anime, oppai and adventure.