Shantae and the Seven Sirens is a welcome return to the series’ metroidvania roots, and as charming, funny, and beautiful as ever.
The complete version of Shantae and the Seven Sirens lands on Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC on May 28, and Part 2 is now available for Apple Arcade.
Symphony of the Night, one of the all-time greats and the reason for the ‘-vania’ in ‘Metroidvania’, is now on Android and iOS for a couple of bucks.
Indivisible combines elements of Metroidvanias, JRPGs, and fighting games, with a delightful, eclectic cast of characters tying it all together.
Minoria, a new game from the studio behind the excellent action platformer series Momodora, is due out for Switch and PC next year.
We still don’t know much about Swery’s new game The Missing, but three contextless screenshots scream “lesbian mystery metroidvania” to me.
La-Mulana 2 comes with all the challenge of its predecessor, but it makes some welcome adjustments to some of La-Mulana’s more tedious aspects.
Mystik Belle is a neat Metroidvania with a heavy focus on item puzzles, all wrapped gorgeous pixel art that calls to mind the last days of Super Famicom.
SteamWorld Dig 2 takes everything that was great about the first game and builds upon it, with neat gadgets, fresh level design, and a great new hero.
Rabi-Ribi cleverly combines the Metroidvania and bullet hell genres, using a silly but heartfelt story and adorable pixel art to seal the deal.