The Immortal gets eShop release outside of Nintendo Switch Online NES app

The Immortal

The Immortal, a NES isometric action-adventure title published by EA in 1990, just received a full digital release on the eShop and other digital storefronts. While the game was and is still available via Nintendo Switch Online, you can now have your own digital copy for $7.99, thanks to publisher QUByte Interactive. You can check out a trailer for the game below, and then read on for some basic information about its plot and gameplay.

If the video above has you interested, read on for more information about The Immortal, found on the game’s Switch eShop page.

The Labyrinth holds mysteries unfit for mortal eyes. Mysteries of eternal life. Of sudden death. Of sorcery and betrayal.

The Immortal is an isometric action-adventure game, with combat scenes and multiple choices when it comes to story. Developed in 1990, this game is a fan favorite of the old times of Nintendo/mega drive.

The game consists of the player controlling an unnamed sorcerer, apprentice of Mordamir. The sorcerer faces various deadly creatures and traps in a dungeon, where at each stage he discovers more details about the story of his journey and finding new allies, items and dangers.

The player must solve puzzles, avoid deathtraps, use magic spells (in the form of books and scrolls), and acquire various items in order to survive the labyrinth.

Have you played The Immortal on the Nintendo Switch Online NES app? Is it worth owning at $8, or would you say skip it? Let us know in the comment section below.

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Nick Pearson
I'm the Reviews Editor here at Nintendo Enthusiast, and I'm a major fan of all consoles and eras.