A new JRPG is getting released soon on Nintendo Switch. While not technically a brand new release, The Alliance Alive HD Remaster is surely going to bring some new features not found in the original release.
The Alliance Alive HD Remaster has currently been confirmed in Japan for several gaming platforms, including the Nintendo Switch. The game has been originally developed by Cattle Call in collaboration with Grezzo and FuRyu. The team included members who have worked on classic RPGs such as SaGa, Chrono Trigger, and entries in the Final Fantasy series.
A Western release of The Alliance Alive HD Remaster has yet to be confirmed, but it seems like the game will be released in North America and Europe as well. According to Gematsu, NIS America is hosting a presentation on March 11th, where The Alliance Alive HD Remaster will be confirmed for the West.
The Alliance Alive is among the most interesting JRPG available on Nintendo 3DS, thanks to its engaging story, deep combat, and unique progress options.
The Alliance Alive HD Remaster will be released later this year on Nintendo Switch as well as on PlayStation 4 and PC