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OPUS: Echo of Starsong - Full Bloom Edition review

System: Switch
Release Date: May 11, 2022
Developer: SIGONO
Publisher: SIGONO

OPUS: The Day We Found Earth introduced me to the wonderfully talented SIGONO and the studio’s clear ambition to tell stories in a way that was equal parts refreshing, wholesome, and evocative. Roughly a year later and not long after its PC release, the developer brought us a follow-up of sorts (though not a direct sequel) with OPUS: Rocket of Whispers, which was more of an atmospheric point-and-click experience where you’d look through a telescope and locate different planets utilizing and coordinates and data you had at your disposal. The ambition for SIGONO was clearly to push their talents forward while still being able to tell this extremely palpable and moving story, and they excelled once again. Now comes along OPUS: Echoes of Starsong, which is once again vastly different from the other two entries in the series they’ve produced, but the gap in time and growth within the studio is put on display in such a way that the game is not only the best of an increasingly joyful series so far, but could easily be considered one of the most stunning, emotionally-driven, and unique visual novels of all time.

Next Thursday, OPUS: Rocket of Whispers will be available on Switch as a digital download. Take a look at some early footage below.

OPUS: Rocket of Whispers now has a release date. Flyhigh Works and SIGONO announced today that the title is hitting the Switch eShop on March 22.

Pre-orders for OPUS: Rocket of Whipsers will open on March 15. By pre-loading, you’ll save 10%. The price at launch will be $8.99 / €8.99 / £6.19.

We have more information about OPUS: Rocket of Whispers below, along with a trailer.

Flyhigh Works has confirmed that OPUS: Rocket of Whispers will be out on Switch sometime this month. The news was shared via a tweet, which also contains a brief video:

OPUS: Rocket of Whispers is post-apocalyptic third-person adventure in which players explore a vast snowy wasteland for rocket materials. It’s the next entry in the OPUS series, following last year’s Switch release The Day We Found Earth.


OPUS: Rocket of Whispers was recently announced for Switch in Japan. Flyhigh Works has now confirmed the game for the west as well. It will be published in North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.

Flyhigh Works announced the news via Twitter:

OPUS: Rocket of Whispers is a follow-up to OPUS: The Day We Found Earth, which is currently available on the Switch eShop. The game is “a single-player third-person adventure set in the snowy post-apocalyptic wilderness of an unknown world, far in the future.”


OPUS: The Day We Found Earth is heading to Switch later this week. Take a look at some footage below.

A few days ago, OPUS: The Day We Found Earth and MUJO were confirmed for the Japanese Switch eShop next week. It looks like these two games will also be arriving shortly in the west.

Nintendo’s website lists OPUS: The Day We Found Earth and MUJO for November 30. Additionally, this same date is included for the games in listings added to the European Switch eShop. At this point, it’s practically a done deal.

Here’s an English trailer for OPUS:

Source: Switch eShop

Flyhigh Works has announced that OPUS: The Day We Found Earth is heading to the Japanese Switch eShop next week. It’s due out on November 30.

Here’s a trailer for the game:

OPUS: The Day We Found Earth will cost 500 yen on Switch.

Japanese publisher Flyhigh Works just held a video presentation ahead of the Tokyo Game Show next month, which announced new games for Switch and more. Three titles are confirmed for Switch: Deemo, OPUS: The Day We Found Earth, Teslagrad.

Deemo is a rhythm game made by Rayark Games, the same team behind Implosion. It will be released in Japan this month, and likely the west soon as well.

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