Spiritsphere DX Brings New Modes To Its Zelda/Tennis Arcade Play

By Joel Couture . December 13, 2017 . 2:00pm

   

Spiritsphere DX, a new and improved port of Spiritsphere for the Nintendo Switch, offers brand new modes that add onto the game’s mixture of Legend of Zelda and Tennis-like play.

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Spiritsphere DX features the same sphere-bouncing play, where players knock a ball back and forth using the unique powers of a variety of magical characters in fantasy environments, but adds new modes onto it. Players can work through the game’s new Boss Mode, with two players acting as normal characters while a third controls one of the game’s powerful bosses. If a player doesn’t feel that they’re skilled enough, they can also play in the game’s Ghost Mode, which lets them freely float around and cause trouble during a match.

A target-breaking mode is also available for players who wish to test their aim. Should players not feel like detaching their Joy-Cons, they can play in the game’s Tate Mode, where players will keep them attached to the console and each play from one end of the Switch.

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Spiritsphere DX is slated to release in Spring of 2018.


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