Earlier this year, we learned that RemiLore: Lost Girl in the Lands of Lore was headed to the Nintendo Switch in Japan. And earlier this week, Nicalis announced that they would release it this Winter (2018) in Europe and North America.
For those of you who never heard of it before, RemiLore: Lost Girl in the Lands of Lore is an “all-new rogue-lite” hack-and-slash action game”, described as an “anime-style adventure set in a colorful world where players hack and slash their enemies and cast devastating magic attacks using twin-stick controls”.
The game will cost $39.99 / 39.99€, and will also be available at retail in North America. The retail version include special bonus goodies, including the usual full-colour instruction booklet, and a collectible item to be revealed at a later date.
Here’s all you need to know about the game:
The adventure begins when an ordinary schoolgirl named Remi awakens Lore, a supreme magic book. Together, fate takes them both to the magical world of Ragnoah, which has been overtaken by fierce mecha-monsters. Remi and Lore must venture together in a quest to find their way home, but can Remi really trust the mischievous magic book Lore? Who is the mysterious android girl “Choux” and why does she want to capture Lore? Will Remi ever find her way out of the magical world and return home?
Throughout their journey, players hack and slash their enemies using a variety of fierce melee and magical ranged attacks. There are more than 200 different weapons that you can acquire by exploring the game world, and each one can alter the style, duration, range and damage potential of your attacks. RemiLore players will have plenty of freedom to journey through the procedurally generated levels for unlimited replay value in various gameplay modes, including single-player story mode and two-player co-op mode.
RemiLore features rich HD visuals and vastly different lighting styles that change based on each of the four seasons in the game. The beautiful graphics and fluid action are being created by the experienced development teams at Pixellore and Remimory, which include industry veterans from Rare and the creators of Subterrain and Color Symphony.
Finally, here’s some screenshots:
RemiLore: Lost Girl in the Lands of Lore (Switch) comes out this Fall in Japan, and this Winter in Europe and North America.