Toraware no Palm announced for the Nintendo Switch

Capcom have announced a new game for the Nintendo Switch, and yes, you guessed it… it’s another port! However, this one is quite unexpected: it’s Toraware no Palm, an adventure game targeting the Otome (young women) audience, and originally released on smart devices in 2016.

Here’s the debut trailer for the game:

As you can see in the trailer, the game is compatible with the different game modes on Nintendo Switch, including Handheld (screen is held vertically, like in the mobile version), and TV Mode. The original game was touch-only when it comes to controls, but this version does offer button controls too.

Toraware no Palm on Nintendo Switch also feature an Art Gallery, with various magazine covers and illustrations created specifically for it, but also some design documents.

Here’s some pictures:

The game is getting several editions:

  • Deluxe Edition (5 990 Yen + taxes at retail, and 5 546 Yen + taxes on the Nintendo eShop)
    • Main game (3 694 Yen + taxes on the Nintendo eShop)
    • Content Pack A (1 389 Yen + taxes on the Nintendo eShop)
    • Content Pack B (1 389 Yen + taxes on the Nintendo eShop)
  • Collector’s Edition (8 990 Yen + taxes at retail)
    • Deluxe Edition
      • Content Pack A
      • Content Pack B
    • Goodies
      • Canvas Board (180 x 140mm) x2
      • Acrylic stand (70 x 45mm) x3
      • Cleaning Cloth
  • Complete Edition (18 000 Yen + taxes on eCapcom)
    • Deluxe Edition
      • Content Pack A
      • Content Pack B
    • Goodies
      • Canvas Board (180 x 140mm) x2
      • Acrylic stand (70 x 45mm) x3
      • Cleaning Cloth
    • Memorial Box
      • Bag
      • Big acrylic stand (Haruto)
      • Big acrylic stand (Aoi)
      • Memorial Soundtrack
      • Handwritten message (Haruto)
      • Handwritten message (Aoi)

Here’s some pictures:

Toraware no Palm (Switch comes out on August 30th in Japan. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!

Source: 4Gamer


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