Turtleblaze, The Arcade Crew Unsheath Kunai’s Release Date, New Trailer

If you fancy taking on insane robot hordes, you won't have to wait much longer to jump in on the action.

Turtleblaze and The Arcade Crew have announced a release date for their upcoming action-platformer Kunai, which we first heard about all the way back in 2019. The action-packed robo-game will release on February 6 for Nintendo Switch and PC.

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The point of Kunai is fighting back against a robot uprising bent on dominating the world after some AI gets a bit out of control. You won’t be playing as Will Smith, though. Instead, Kunai sees you play as a living, thinking tablet.

On top of these basic qualities, the tablet can also fight pretty darn well and wields a wide array of weapons, including the titular kunai and a katana. These have obvious uses during combat, but some of your arsenal doubles as exploration tools as well.

The launch date announcement came with a new trailer as well, which you can see above. It gives a pretty good idea of the wild, fast-paced action we can expect in Kunai, along with the exploration component that comprises the game’s other major focus.

We rather like the idea of playing as a sword-wielding tablet, and we’ll be keeping an eye on this Kunai as it gets closer to the February 6 launch date. Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more Kunai news as it’s coded.


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