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One Strike returns to the Switch eShop in Japan

Just as with other regions, One Strike was removed from the Switch eShop due to a music issue. That problem has been solved, and the game is now back on the Switch eShop in Japan. The game returns with a lower sale price of ¥350, but that price won't last forever.

One Strike returns to the Switch eShop after copyright infringement issue

After being gone for three months due to a copyright issue with music, One Strike has returned to the Switch eShop. The game returns with the new character Testubō, as well as an 80% limited-time discount. Hopefully the new character and special sale can help the game make up for lost time on the eShop.

One Strike - gameplay trailer

Only one strike settles the duel, master the fighting style of each warrior to outsmart your opponents. Challenge your friends or the AI in easy, medium or hard mode.

One Strike removed from Switch eShop due to music copyright issues

One Strike has been removed from the Switch eShop due to an issue with the game's music. Turns out some of the tracks in the game actually come from the Famicom game Mouryou Senki MADARA. QubicGames has shared the following message on this matter.

“The developer of the game paid a composer for the music. Both the developer and we, the publisher, were convinced that this track is an original work. We are preparing and releasing a new version of the game with another track as soon as possible.”

One Strike hitting Switch in Japan on Oct. 4th, 2018

Become the deadliest fighter in a vintage Japan! Only one strike settles the duel, master the fighting style of each warrior to outsmart your opponents. Challenge your friends or the AI in easy, medium or hard mode.

6 fighters in medieval Japan:

Kenji the honorable samurai and his katana
Hinode the ninja striking her Sai weapons at the speed of light
Soujirou the monk wielding his long-range Nodashi
Hangaku the fastest girl in the East with her Kusarigama
Bai Long the Chinese veteran and his proud Kwan dao
Tomoe the killer with her sharp Wakizashi

4 modes:

One Life: just like in real life, you've got only one
Arcade: you get 5 lives to train with your character
Team Duel: put together your best team of 3 warriors
Tournament: up to 8 players (AI or real person) fight for the final victory!
The game lets you consult your achievements at any time.

One Strike will be hitting the Switch in Japan on Oct. 11th, and is priced at ¥500. There is a preload option live right now, which nets you 20% off the launch price (¥350).

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