Create Your Own Superhero in Sentinels of Freedom, Now on Switch

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Underbite Games has announced that superhero-themed turn-based tactical strategy game Sentinels of Freedom is now available on the Nintendo eShop for Switch, for $24.99.

Players can create their own custom superhero, including backstory, personality, powers, and costume across five different archetypes, including brawler and summoner. You’ll form a team with other heroes in turn-based tactical combat.

The lengthy single player campaign is based on the Sentinel Comics, as a bank heist evolves into a deeper plot. Missions are broken up into multiple encounters with different objectives and enemies, including choosing where to go next.

“Sentinels of Freedom is the perfect blend of superhero comics and tactics games,” said Cory Heald, founder of Underbite Games. “It’s got a gripping story and colorful characters, but it also lets you control the carnage as these superpowered heroes and villains face off in increasingly epic fisticuffs!”

Sentinels of Freedom is also available on PC (Steam), PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. It’s rated E10+ with Fantasy Violence.

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