Publisher Merge Games announced on Wednesday with Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX a remake of the then classic Sega from 1986. In addition to improved optics, fans can look forward to new levels and a boss rush mode. With the Classic mode, fans can also relive the original. Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX will appear in stores in 2021.
Alex Kidd will celebrate his return in a remake of Alex Kidd in Miracle World next year. The Merge Games team has announced the new edition of the classic for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The original was released for the Sega Master System in 1986. You can get the first screenshots from Steam look at. We have included the trailer for the remake below.
Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX will not only offer all 17 levels from the original, but also add some new stages. Of course, the graphics have also been modernized. However, the classic mode gives nostalgics among you the opportunity to switch between the new and the old graphic style at any time. The dialogues of the earlier classic will also reappear here.
In addition to the boss fights, which are already taken from the original, the developers have expanded the new edition by several opponents. In the new boss rush mode, players of the remake can then play one after the other without interruption. The controls should be a bit more intuitive than before. Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX will appear in early 2021 for the above platforms. So far it is unclear whether there may also be an upgrade for the next-gen consoles. At this point, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X are already commercially available.
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