GOG is now available in Brazil, supporting the local currency, new local forms of payment, and of course Brazilian Portuguese! That’s great! To celebrate that, Brazilian developer JoyMasher, developers of the staggeringly-good Odallus: The Dark Call, have tweaked and improved one of their earlier releases, Oniken, and released it on the service. Called Oniken: Unstoppable Edition, it fixes some old problems and adds new improvements to the ninja action formula.
Ninjas and evil military organizations just don’t get along. This is just a fact. So, no one questions it when Zaku shows up to stop a horde or robots and soldiers single-handedly. This is, naturally, borderline suicidal, resulting in an unforgiving, viciously-difficult sidescrolling action game loaded with bosses and cutscenes where tough guys grimace a lot.
Fast-paced action, giant robots getting cut up with swords, and explosions are a great way to kick off the localized release of a game downloading service, I tells ya.
Oniken: Unstoppable Edition is available for $4.99 on GOG (but will be available on Steam soon). For more information on the game and developer JoyMasher, you can head to the developer’s site or follow them on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.