E3 2019: The Last Remnant Remastered Surprises on the Nintendo Switch

E3 2019: The Last Remnant Remastered Surprises on the Nintendo Switch

Color me interested.

pocru by pocru on Jun 11, 2019 @ 10:14 AM (Staff Bios)
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There are a lot of classic JRPG’s out there, and if you pick one from a hat, there’s a better than good chance Square Enix was behind it… and have since milked it for all it’s worth. One noticeable example has always been The Last Remnant, which was set in a new world, featured a new story and new characters, enjoyed critical acclaim after it was released, and yet somehow never really caught on the way Final Fantasy did.

However, it remained a cult classic, so last winter they released a Remaster of the game for the PS4. Which was nice… but not as nice as learning that the remaster has now been ported to the world’s best console, the Nintendo Switch. And it's available now.

Here’s a sexy new trailer for ya:


 

THE LAST REMNANT captured the hearts and minds of gamers with its enthralling story, countless characters and intricate battle system. Join Rush and his unlikely band of friends as they discover the Remnants and find a way to rescue his sister, Irina. It’s a timeless cult classic story available for the first time on Nintendo Switch.


That’s all there really is to it. It’s 20 bucks. Grab it if you want.

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