The Alliance Alive HD Remaster announced for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC for global release
FuRyu has announced The Alliance Alive HD Remaster, which is set to release on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC this Fall. FuRyu's announcement states that the release will be a worldwide one, with NIS America handling the PC version. It is very likely that NIS America will make its own announcement during their upcoming showcase event on March 11.
The Alliance Alive is a traditionally styled RPG with mechanics similar in vein to the classic SaGa series and music composed by Masashi Hamauzu. We thought the 3DS version of the game, originally localized by Atlus USA just last year, was solid although not stellar in our original review. Higher resolutions and stronger overall game performance will certainly be a nice enhancement to the RPG.
This new version seems to be a straight remaster of the original Nintendo 3DS title, as no additions or tweaks have otherwise been stated other than that the game has been modified to work with one screen now that it's not on 3DS hardware. We would have liked to see the addition of voice-acting, as the original did not include any, but we'll have to wait for more information. The official Japanese website is here.
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