First of all, we receive a contrast between the old DS game and the Switch variant, showing the clear gap in visuals. You may see it below with the DS version first and the Switch variant second.

The visuals aren’t the only new thing which Switch owners are going to have the ability to love for this remaster, as fresh arrangements from Composer Takeharu Ishimoto are likely to be contained. There will also be a dedicated menu letting you change BGM (switching between regular and also remixed version).

In addition, we get a brand-new scenario going into the narrative.

You may check out the entire gallery under. The game will launch in Japan on September 27th, but we don’t even have a specific launch date for its west.

The western release can be pre-ordered on Amazon, even should a launch date for North America and Europe has not been announced just yet.

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