The unpublished Live a Live in the West already has a demo on Nintendo Switch to explore three different eras

The unpublished Live a Live in the West already has a demo on Nintendo Switch to explore three different eras

Actually, we never get to see this title on our screens. live to live It will arrive for the first time in western territory after its launch back in 1994 on the Super Famicom in Japan. Now, with a fully enhanced look through HD-2D graphics, we’re ready to land on Nintendo Switch.

The art section of Triangle Strategy and Octopath Traveler will fill the laptop from July 22 and Nintendo has given us two juicy candies. The first of them is a 40-minute Treehouse Live in which we can see a good part of the JRPG game.

The second and even more appetizing candy is that we can already try a demo available from the eShop. In this test we will be able to venture through three different chapters, which will take us through different times. You will be able to experience imperial China, the twilight of the Edo period in Japan and the distant future.

Also, all the progress made will be saved to be transferred to the final version. Live a Live has been produced by Takashi Tokita, responsible for Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy IV, while the music has been remastered by Yoko Shimomura. The artist of Final Fantasy XV and Kingdom Hearts has led this work that will be accompanied by text in Spanish with voices in English and Japanese.