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Following its recent reveal, FuRyu has opened the official teaser site for The Alliance Alive HD Remaster — also providing the first screens of the game.

As translated by Gematsu, the Switch remaster of the 3DS title will offer high-resolution graphics with single-screen gameplay — as opposed to the dual screens of the original version. In addition, while no western release has been confirmed quite yet, a western version is mentioned on the site.

The first screens can be viewed below.

The 3DS RPG The Alliance Alive is coming to Switch. As revealed in this week’s issue of Famitsu, The Alliance Alive HD Remaster is currently in development.

Cattle Call developed The Alliance Alive, which was first published by FuRyu in Japan in 2017. Atlus brought the game west last March. Yoshitaka Murayama, who was involved with Suikoden, wrote the scenario.

The Alliance Alive HD Remaster launches this fall in Japan.


It appears that Cattle Call — the developers of such titles as The Alliance Alive and the Metal Max series — is currently developing an unannounced Switch game.

According to the company’s official website, the Nintendo Switch is now listed under the heading of “Platforms Developed For”. It is believed that this could be referring to either an original game or a co-developed title for the hybrid console.

It is unclear at this time if this new project may be related to a title that the company has previously worked on or ported.

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The Alliance Alive finally made its way west this week. View a lengthy gameplay video below, containing nearly three hours of footage.

Atlus did something rather neat with The Alliance Alive. If you look closely at the inside cover, you’ll notice that it’s actually a board game.

Here’s how it looks when it’s actually sitting inside the case:

With The Alliance Alive making its way west on 3DS today, Atlus has prepared a launch trailer. You can see the video below.

Atlus is also planning a trio of free 3DS themes. No dates yet, but they’ll be out “in the near future.” Keep an eye on Atlus’ social media channels for release timing.

Atlus has uploaded a new video showcasing an unboxing of The Alliance Alive Launch Edition. View it below.

The Alliance Alive Launch Edition includes the game, a 38-page art book, and 20-track OST.

Atlus is finally bringing The Alliance Alive to North America and Europe this month. If you plan on picking up the game digitally, you’ll need 13,061 blocks of free space. In other words, that’s 1.56GB.


Atlus began offering a demo for The Alliance Alive in North America and Europe this week. Take a look at some footage below.

We’re about a month away from The Alliance Alive’s western launch. If you’re interested in seeing what the game has to offer, you can download a demo from the 3DS eShop. The trial is now available in North America and will begin distribution on Thursday in Europe.

Here’s what you can expect from the demo:

In the demo, you’ll be able to experience the very first steps of Galil and Azura’s adventure as they set out from The Rain Realm in search of a blue sky and get a taste of The Alliance Alive’s unique turn-based battle system. Additionally, if you complete the demo, you’ll earn a bonus of up to 4,000 Talent Points to help build up your characters’ abilities quickly once you start your adventure in the full game!

The Alliance Alive launches for 3DS on March 27. It’ll be sold physically and digitally in the Americas and digitally in Europe.

Source: Atlus PR

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