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    Set Sail As Epic Zelda-esque Action RPG ‘Ocean’s Heart’ Is Available Now On Nintendo Switch

    Lithuanian developer and publisher Nordcurrent is pleased to announce that its epic narrative-driven pixel-art adventure RPG, Ocean’s Heart is available now on Nintendo Switch.

    Brought to life by the creator of Yarntown, Max Mraz, Ocean’s Heart pays homage to the top-down RPG genre classics of old, enriching tried and true roleplaying concepts with a modern flair.

    “We are thrilled to announce the worldwide launch of Ocean’s Heart on Nintendo Switch and welcome even more fans of the genre into the game.” “Ocean’s Heart is a love letter to its genre, a nostalgic trip back in time offering hours of exciting top-down roleplaying action, an engaging story crafted with clever humor, and a beautiful pixel art aesthetic.”

    Andrius Mackevičius – Publishing Team Lead at Nordcurrent

     

    Ocean’s Heart is an epic top-down action RPG in which you explore a beautiful archipelago as Tilia, a young woman who sets out in search of her missing father. Her search will be an adventure in a vivid world, teeming with secrets hidden in misty forests, isolated mountain peaks, and saltwater marshes. Every area is filled with unique and meaningful sidequests, ancient mysteries, and dangers that Tilia will need to navigate. Gather various items throughout the world to craft helpful potions, wield various weapons such as swords and bows to defeat the fearsome monsters and unravel the mystery of Ocean’s Heart in this epic retro-inspired adventure!

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