The Tokyo-based developer, Onion Games, who previously worked on games like Short story of the king, Chibi-Robo! even Super Mario RPG – has announced its classic ‘anti-RPG’ cult Moon On August 27 it will launch at Switch eShop (here in the west) for $ 18.99 / € 15.99 / £ 14.49.
This is the first time the game has been released in English since its original PlayStation debut in 1997. The title was already released on Switch in Japan last year and went straight to the top of the download lists. of eShop. It ended up being the seventh best-selling game overall in 2019 in the Japanese eShop. Here is the full official PR receipt:
One night, under the silver light of a full moon, a young boy is suddenly on TV and in a video game: a classic JRPG called “Moon Moon”. Following closely the brave hero of the game, the boy begins his own journey to recover the moonlight that was missing from the world by collecting “Love”.
As the hero of the World Moon increases and increases the monsters cut by the experience points, you know how the heroes, the boy releases his souls and collects his “love”. Moon is not a game where you struggle to level up: your own progress is picking up lost “Love”!
As you explore the world, you will meet a crazy cast of strange and wonderful NPCs. Observe their daily customs and routines by visiting them at different times and days of the week and learn their secrets to discover an even more lost “Love”.
Moon is a game about how to convert them [RPG] troops upside down and watching what really happens between the scenarios of your favorite RPG video games.
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