Ah, Konami. You may know them as the creators of Silent Hill slot machines. But on occasion, they also make video games! Konami has newly announced Solomon Program for Nintendo Switch, a game that is being described in slightly different ways by different sources. Everyone agrees the game features “monster battling” elements, and Siliconera in particular describes the game as being a strategy RPG. Japanese site CoroCoro has shared the first images of the game, and the Jan. 17 issue of Japanese Mira Coro Comic will include a demo code for Solomon Project. That issue will apparently also include a special manga for the game.
Below is a manga protagonist named Beta.
And here is a “mysterious monster” named Gishiki that Beta will run into, rocking a creepy yet attractive samurai style.
At the moment, this is everything we know about Konami’s enigmatic new Nintendo Switch title. To date, Konami has actually offered decent support for Switch, including Super Bomberman R, Castlevania Anniversary Collection, Contra Anniversary Collection, and Contra: Rogue Corps. More original titles as opposed to collections would be nice, but that’s a criticism that could be readily leveled at Capcom as well.
Stay tuned for more updates on Solomon Program.