Ruiner is now available on Switch

RUINER, the first game from Reikon Games, is now available for Switch. Developed by former CD Projekt Red and Techland members, RUINER is a fast-paced, action packed cyberpunk, anime action game.

Played from the top-down perspective, RUINER tells the story of a “wired psychopath” who “lashes out against a corrupt system to retrieve his kidnapped brother under the guidance of a secretive hacker friend.”

Reikon says it combines “preternatural reflexes, augmented tools, and the arsenal of fallen foes.”

RUINER SWITCH

RUINER is available digitally on Switch today, however, if you’re a fan of physical media, you’ll soon be able to purchase a physical copy from specialreservegames.com.

In our review we wrote;

RUINER is well worth the money spent and the time played. It’s a solid game with an interesting story and mechanics and not too many negatives. Reikon Games has done an excellent job on his title.

Take a look at the Switch launch trailer below.

Leo Stevenson
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