Developer Dodge Roll occurred on Twitter to declare that their bullet hell name Enter the Gungeon has sold 75,000 copies in a couple of weeks on the Nintendo Switch eShop.
Enter the Gungeon has sold 75,000 copies on Nintendo Switch in only two weeks, exceeding all expectations. Thanks to all of the new Gungeoneers, Nintendo and 22nd Century Toys! pic.twitter.com/zYHwPVbMje
— Enter the Gungeon (@DodgeRollGames) December 29, 2017
It’so great to listen to yet another indie success story on the Nintendo Switch, especially considering Enter the Gungeon is a wonderful title also. I was disappointed that it made its way onto the PS Vita back when it first released in 2016 on the PS4.
Should you’re not knowledgeable about the game, it’s’s an overhead roguelike bullet hell shooter where you play as one of four figures, each with their own special skills, since they descend in the Gungeon.The name borrows a great deal of mechanics which have been around for a while whilst integrating its own mix of unique weapons, bosses, and aesthetically pleasing areas to research. Not to mention it can be quite brutal at times so players searching for a challenge needs to have a great deal of fun. There’s also a slew of things to find and perform in Enter the Gungeon so players will have a lot of reasons to go back and find test every nook and cranny.