Developer Wright Flyer Studios has announced during its one-year anniversary live stream that Another Eden: The Cat That Travels Through Space and Time will be coming to the Nintendo Switch.
While that was it as far as details were concerned regarding the port, they did confirm an international multi-language edition is also being worked on (along with continued support for the mobile version).
Another Eden is a free-to-play mobile game revolving around the idea of time travel. It features a script penned by Masato Kato (Chrono Trigger) and a theme song composed by Yasunori Mitsuda (all your favorite games). Shunsuke Tsuchiya (Arc Rise Fantasia) and Mariam Abounnasr are its primary composers.
The game stars Aldo, the game's protagonist, and his sister, Feene. A demon king seeks to use Feene's dormant abilities to erase humans from the world. During a desperate moment while failing to rescue his sister, a distortion in space-time occurs in the air, and Aldo escapes 800 years into the future.
You can check out the full live stream below:
As someone who had a chance to check out the mobile version a few months ago, you could barely call it a free-to-play game. The annoying trappings (like stamina and timers) are almost nonexistent, and it plays like a fun, traditional RPG with constant updates to keep things fresh. Plus, it has really good visuals and a beautiful soundtrack to back it up. Yes, it has gacha mechanics, but on the whole, this should be good news for the west!
For more on Another Eden, sure to check out the official website for more information. Of course, we will share any additional details ourselves once they're presented. Another Eden is currently available for both iOS and Android in Japan and was originally released on April 12, 2017.