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The Alliance Alive HD Remastered

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The Alliance Alive HD Remastered is among a few different Switch titles out today. Watch a new launch trailer from NIS America below.

Those that have played The Alliance Alive feel that its a standout RPG on 3DS. However, the game came out pretty late in the system’s life cycle, and may have been overlooked. It’s now getting a second shot in the public eye as FuRyu teamed up with NIS America to bring The Alliance Alive HD Remastered to Switch.

At the Tokyo Game Show, we were treated to a big interview with several developers involved with the new version. We asked about why The Alliance Alive is returning, what’s new this time around, and more.

Here’s our full discussion:

The Alliance Alive HD Remastered is out now on Nintendo Switch. Youtube channel Handheld Gamers recorded the first 45 minutes of the game, in case you need to see a bit more of the game before deciding whether or not to purchase it:

FuRyu has updated the official Japanese website for The Alliance Alive HD Remastered with various gameplay clips showing off the combat system. The folks over at Gematsu have compiled these small clips into one convenient video, which you can watch below:

The Alliance Alive HD Remastered will be released on Nintendo Switch on October 8 in North America, October 10 in Japan and October 11 in Europe.

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NIS America has prepared a new gameplay trailer for The Alliance Alive HD Remastered that “highlights components for success in battle and the greater journey that lies ahead.”

Here are three key features in battle:

FuRyu released a new trailer for The Alliance Alive HD Remastered today:

The game will be released on October 8 in North America, October 10 in Japan and October 11 in Europe.

During a recent live stream, NIS America showed off The Alliance Alive HD Remastered with plenty of footage. Check out the full recording below.

Developer FuRyu has let loose on some new screenshots for the upcoming The Alliance Alive HD Remastered, featuring the Snow and Crystal Realms within the game.

In addition, there is a focus on the battle system as well as characters Shiki, Robbins, and Matilda. Those interested can view the gallery below.