Inti Creates recently made an announcement regarding the temporary removal of their musical rhythm game GUNVOLT RECORDS: Cychronicle from the North American Switch eShop. This decision was made due to a “change in ratings”, as stated by the studio in a tweet. The team is currently working to address the issue and have the game reinstated on the eShop as soon as possible.

This isn’t the first time Inti Creates has faced the need to remove one of its titles from the eShop. In the past, Grim Guardians: Demon Purge was taken down following a trademark complaint on its title. The game was later rebranded as “Gal Guardians: Demon Purge”. While this previous incident was more serious, the current rating change has still resulted in Gunvolt Records being unavailable on the North American eShop, despite still being accessible on the European counterpart.

Impact on Game Exposure

The removal of Gunvolt Records: Cychronicle from the North American eShop comes shortly after its release on 15th February. This means that the game hasn’t had much time to gain traction and attention from players before being taken down. This could potentially impact the exposure and reception of the game, as players who were interested in picking it up may now have to wait for its return to the eShop.

Gunvolt Records: Cychronicle is a rhythm music game that features the songstresses of the Azure Striker Gunvolt series, including Lumen, Lola, and Luxia. Players can enjoy 15 different songs and follow the notes to the beat for a top score in this rhythmic experience. The game offers a fully immersive experience with dual analog controls that sync with characters dancing in 3D backgrounds.

The temporary removal of GUNVOLT RECORDS: Cychronicle from the North American Switch eShop due to a change in ratings is a setback for Inti Creates. However, the studio is actively working to resolve the issue and reinstate the game for players. The impact of this removal on the game’s exposure and reception remains to be seen, but fans of the Azure Striker Gunvolt series can still enjoy the game on the European eShop while they wait for its return.

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