It was 1989, so almost 30 years ago, and a little console called Master System was on the market. And – the third part of a great Jump’n’Run series was launched: Wonder Boy III. Gamers all around the world fell in love with the cute little protagonist who was able to mutate into Lizard-Man, Mouse-Man, Piranha-Man, Hawk-Man and Lion-Man. Every metamorphosis offered new abilities and then you were able to reach new areas of the stages. It was a sensation and made SEGA a popular gaming company!
Dotemu has announced a 50% price cut for hit title Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap on Nintendo Switch.
Headup Games, the publisher for Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap physical Switch release in Europe, has confirmed the game’s release date.
LizardCube has received a package of Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap physical copies for Nintendo Switch and have shared some photos of how it looks like.
Video game publisher Pikii has announced it’ll be publishing Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap for Nintendo Switch at retail in Japan.
After an initial delay, Nicalias has announced Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap’s physical release for Nintendo Switch will be arriving in North America on February 13, 2018.
Several major retailers in North America have pushed back the release date of Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap physical release for Nintendo Switch.
Developers of Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap has just pushed out a new update. In patch 1.0.3e, players now get to use the amazing 30s video capture option on the Nintendo Switch.
In typical Nicalis fashion, Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap’s Switch retail release will come with a bunch of launch goodies.
Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap has seen great success on Nintendo Switch, and it is just getting bigger and bigger.