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Riviera: The Promised Land coming to Switch

Posted on February 29, 2024 by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch

Riviera The Promised Land

January 31: According to this week’s issue of Famitsu, Riviera: The Promised Land is heading to Switch. Thus far it’s only confirmed for Japan where it’s set to launch on February 28, 2024.

Sting first revealed the Riviera: The Promised Land last July. However, there was no word on platforms at the time.

Here’s what to expect from Riviera: The Promised Land when it comes to Switch:

  • Mini Update #1: Remaster Based on the PSP Version, But with the Good Parts of the WonderSwan and Game Boy Advance Versions (and Improvements)
  • Mini Update #2: Switch Between Three Background Music Sound Sources
  • Mini Update #3: Two More Background Music Sound Sources Added
  • Mini Update #4: Most User Interface Screens Adjusted
  • Mini Update #5: Event Dialogue Screen Overhauled
  • Mini Update #6: Battle Screen User Interface and Tempo Adjustments
  • Mini Update #7: Save at Any Time Outside of Event Scenes
  • Mini Update #8: Some Sound Effects Can be Switched to the Game Boy Advance Version
  • Mini Update #9: More Difficulty Options at the Start
  • Mini Update #10: “Original” and “Standard” Modes Introduction
  • Mini Update #11: “Much EXP” Mode Adjustments
  • Mini Update #12: “Return” Feature Added to Battles
  • Mini Update #13: Hint Display Added for Event and Battle Items
  • Mini Update #14: Event Scene Sneak Peek
  • Mini Update #15: Semi-Transparent Feature Added for Field Screen Triggers
  • Mini Update #16: Pixel Effects Feature Added
  • Mini Update #17: Pixel Colors Change Feature Added
  • Mini Update #18: Battle Screen Adjustments
  • Mini Update #19: Item Screen Adjustments
  • Mini Update #20: Enemy Illustrations Colored
  • Mini Update #21: “Standard” Mode Effects Details
  • Mini Update #22: Extra Contents Screen Introduction
  • Mini Update #23: Action Trigger Scene Adjustments
  • Mini Update #24: Background Music Sound Sources Introduction
  • Mini Update #25: “Easy” and “Hard” Difficulties Added
  • Mini Update #26: Item Synthesis Feature Added
  • Mini Update #27: Battle Preparation Screen Adjustments

Source 1, Source 2

February 29: A trailer has now been released, which we have below.

Switch Trailer

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