Narita Boy: the metroidvania Ready Player One way, our video review

Developed by the Spanish from Studio Koba, Narita boy will immerse you in the skin of a young man having plunged into the very matrix of his favorite video game, Ready Player One, to try to recover the memories of the Creator by trying to escape the main antagonist soberly named Him. Between platform phases and nervous combat, Narita boy is a pixel-art wonder, accompanied by a soundtrack steeped in the 80s.

Released on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on March 30, Narita Boy is the result of a Kickstarter project launched in 2017 that raised no less than 160,000 €, a rather substantial budget for an independent game. On the occasion of its recent release, we invite you to highlight it this week through our weekly Indie Story column, in video.

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