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    Action shooter “Poison Control” set for 2021 release on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch

    NIS America announces Poison Control, a colorful shooter was designed by the creative minds behind Penny-Punching Princess and The Princess Guide. Poison Control will be available for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in 2021.


    A mysterious phenomenon causes ghosts to become trapped in the poisonous manifestation of their own despair. Only the arrogant poisonette and her distracted soul mate can save these spirits from their fate. During their journey, they meet fallen souls who are longingly looking for a way out. Your journey is made difficult by Poison Maidens, who have their own malicious goals. All sorts of twisted creatures lurk in the poisonous swamps with nothing good in their minds. What dark secrets will they uncover about this toxic world … and about themselves?


    A toxic partnership: Switch between the poison-absorbing poisonette and its weapon-wielding soulmate and combine their firepower and zone control to fight the creatures of the poisonous swamps. New weapons, such as a poison bomb or fiery poisons, with which entire areas can be cleaned, can be unlocked during the trip.

    Enigmatic Encounters: Uncover mysterious circumstances Poisonette and her soulmate encounter on their journey of salvation. On her way she meets other Poison Maidens who are not pursuing quite as impeccable goals as they are. Can they free and purify the many fallen souls, each trapped in their own hells?

    Corrupt and Colorful: The art style is dark and yet gorgeous! This twisted story almost jumps off the screen in your face. Lively levels and dynamic and unique gameplay effects make this game a real visual highlight!

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