Not the most catchy of titles, but Arrest of a Stone Buddha is coming to the Switch in May – the latest from developer yeo.
In case you aren’t familiar with yeo, they’re behind The Friends of Ringo Ishikawa – currently available from the Nintendo eShop.
As a fan of one-man-band developments, yeo looks like they have this one under control, but have Circle Entertainment on publishing duties to get Arrest of a Stone Buddha out there.
Set in 1970s France, you play a hitman searching for answers.
I like the simplicity and judging from the trailer, Arrest of a Stone Buddha is a no-nonsense game, much like you’d expect from a hitman that resembles a younger Takeshi Kitano.
- Stylish and mood-setting pixel-based visuals.
- Fast gunplay action as you take down waves of enemies.
- Explore in quiet moments; go to the cinema, café, museum, meet a lover or stay at home alone.
Have a quick look at the trailer below:
Arrest of a Stone Buddha will be on the Nintendo Switch from the 21st of May, featuring a 10% discount in the opening week.