New Nintendo NES Game - Battle Kid: Fortress of Peril

Nintendo NES fans can finally cheer! After seeing the Sega Megadrive get treated to new titles such as Beggar Prince, Legend Of Wukong and (soon to be) Pier Solar; the NES will soon be getting this gorgeous looking platformer 'Battle Kid'.

Sivak Games has been hard at work to create what looks to be a potential masterpiece.

Following in Mega Man's footsteps, Battle Kid looks ready to challenge your very existence as a gamer.

Sivak has kindly been updating the progress of his work in progress over at the NintendoAge forums, releasing small snippets of gameplay and teasers to get us all very excited. It is set for release soon via the well respected RetroZone in true cartridge form, offering all the die hard collectors and gamers to add an extra cartridge to their collections.

Check out the latest video from Sivak below:



Last Updated ( 02 December 2010 )  

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(Link to this comment) oldgamerz 2016-01-20 12:32
Looks too hard for me, just the teaser looks like this would be a vary frustrating game for me
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