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James Pond Codename: Robocod

Classic Platform Game James Pond Codename: Robocod Now Available On Nintendo Switch

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The Nintendo Switch console is proving to be the best console to enjoy retro-games, and if you love platform games released during the 16-bit era, you will be happy to know that one of the best games in the genre is now available for purchase on the eShop in all regions.

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Earlier today, James Pond Codename: Robocod has been released on the Nintendo Switch eShop in all regions. The game is among the most recognizable platform games of all times, thanks to its graphics, which were more than impressive back in the day, as well as for its tight gameplay experience.

In James Pond Codename: Robocod, players take on the role of the titular Robocod as he travels to the North Pole to take down his nemesis Dr. Maybe. Unfortunately, the evil doctor has taken over Santa’s Workshop, and many of his helpers have been turned into his assistants.

James Pond Codename: Robocod is a game that all players can enjoy. It may a bit pricey for what it offers, but if you’re into older games, James Pond Codename: Robocod is well worth its price.

James Pond Codename: Robocod is now available on the Nintendo Switch eShop.

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Francesco De Meo
Francesco has been writing about video games and the video games industry for almost a decade, focusing on all aspects of the industry. Having always loved handheld gaming, he joined TouchTapPlay in 2013 to cover mobile gaming and, later on, the Nintendo Switch console, which is today his most played console.