Switch game 'Sayonara Wild Hearts' feels like a playable, edgier 'Sailor Moon'

Tech 12-3-2019 Mashable 40

As a girl, I used to wake up and start my day by reenacting the movements of Sailor Moon's moon crystal power transformation. Though I didn't know it, it was my extremely dorky version of a morning affirmation. It made me feel powerful, invigorated, imbibed with a uniquely girlish magic.

If one could distill that sensation into a game, you'd get Sayonara Wild Hearts.

Arriving on the Nintendo Switch later this year, the platformer from award-winning indie game studio Simogo combines anime vibes with a punk-pop soundscape reminiscent of Grimes. Part endless runner, part rhythm game, part music video, it delivers what the tiny Swedish game studio is best known for: a singular, gorgeously designed, full-bodied experience unlike any other game of its ilk. Read more...

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