The World Ends With You -Final Remix-: Japanese release date, details, trailer, pictures

This week, The World Ends With You -Final Remix- was featured in Famitsu magazine, and this allowed us to get some additional details about the game.

As mentioned during the Nintendo Direct, earlier this year, this version of the game features new story (and more precisely a new Epilogue). Wondering what happened to the protagonists, or who that mysterious girl seen at the end is? Then make sure you keep playing until the very end!

Also, The World Ends With You -Final Remix- will feature some new noises (monsters), and some more pins have been added. As for music, many songs are now available in full size!

As for controls, we learn that the game will be compatible with pointer controls, though only in TV or Tabletop Mode. As for touch controls, they are indeed available in Handheld Mode, and work pretty much like in the original game on Nintendo DS.

But that’s not all: Square-Enix also announced that the game will be released on September 27th in Japan, and shared a brand new trailer to celebrate the announcement:

In Japan, the game will cost 5 184 Yen, but also will also be available as part of a Limited Edition called “It’s a Wonderful Bag” (a pun on the Japanese title of the game: “Subarashiki Kono Sekai”, which could be translated as “It’s a Wonderful World”). It’s a Square-Enix Store exclusive that costs 17 000 Yen, and includes the following:

  • a copy of the game
  • a stylus
  • mini soundtrack CD
  • sticker
  • an Artbook
  • acryllic stand (Neku)
  • pins sticker set
  • Tote bag

Here’s what the contents of this wonderful bag looks like:

Finally, here’s some screenshots for the game:

The World Ends With You -Final Remix- (Switch) comes out on September 27th in Japan, and this Fall in Europe and North America. The Upcoming Games page has been udpated!

Source: Famitsu / 4Gamer / Nintendo
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