Nintendo Switch and Nintendo Switch Lite will receive the classic 1997 JRPG later this month. More specifically, developer Onion Games has revealed that Moon will be coming to Switch and Switch Lite on August 27 through the Nintendo eShop. As you may know, the game has been available on Switch and Switch Lite in Japan from October 2019, but only in Japan. Now it’s finally coming to the west with a physical version coming a little later on Oct. 15. And to accompany all of this, Onion Games has released a complete trailer. All-new game.
For those who don’t know: Moon launched in 1997 through the original PlayStation and only in Japan. It never came to the West, despite considerable demand. As a result, the game has a bit of a mystery about it. That said, it will now make its way to North America and Europe for the first time by a team comprised of the game̵7;s original creators.
For the game itself, it all revolves around taking classic types of JRPGs and RPGs and turning them around.
“One night, under the silver light of the full moon, a boy was suddenly sucked through his TV and into a video game – a classic JRPG called ‘Moon World’,” he read briefly on the main story. consciousness of the game. “Following closely behind the game’s brave hero, the boy begins his own journey to restore the world’s lost moonlight by collecting ‘Love.'”
Summary of the story continues:
As the hero of Moon World plunder and level up by defeating monsters for experience points – you know, as well as heroes – the boy unleashes their souls and collects their ‘Love’ . Moon is not a game where you fight to level up – your own progress comes by collecting lost ‘Love’! As you explore the world, you will encounter a strange and wonderful array of NPCs. Observe their weird habits and daily routines by visiting them at different times and days of the week, while also learning their secrets to uncover even more ‘Love’ more loss! “
Moon will be available for $ 20 when it launches on August 27th. At the time of publication, there weren’t any additional platforms.
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