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Cotton Reboot! - Cute ’em-up - Digital/Physical - 20th July (PS4/Switch)

ININ Games is excited to announce BEEP's dazzling side-scrolling shoot-em-up Cotton Reboot! to be released digitally and physically on Sony PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on July 20th in Europe, North America and Australasia.

The first official trailer encapsulates the magical and perfect fusion of a side-ways scroller, cute ‘em up with a fabulous cast of adversaries, non stop exciting action and an adorable central character. Nata de Cotton, together with her sidekick mascot Silk, a fairy, front up against an ever growing horde of very troublesome enemies in many evil forms.

Cotton Reboot! delivers seven amazing colourful stages, where visual and onscreen conformations really show off this arcade gem at its best. Special effects, pixel perfect animation, sprites and backdrops deliver unexpected surprises.

A remaster with hand-drawn HD graphics

Cotton Reboot! is a wonderful updated, remastered version of the classic and iconic Cotton: Fantastic Night Dreams with brand new features and updated visual designs. The game comes with stunning, hand-drawn HD graphics and remixed soundtracks.

The game comes with the fan favorite iconic Cotton: Fantastic Night Dreams in the X68000 original mode. And it also features 2 more game modes. Arrange mode features 16:9 screens, redesigned graphics and characters. In Score attack mode the player competes for scores online within a limited time (2 minute and 5 minute modes can be selected).

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