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The Lost Child coming to the Switch and the west Summer 2018!


NIS have announced that The Lost Child will be being released in North America and Europe in Summer 2018 with an English version – whats more its coming to our beloved Nintendo Switch as both a digital and physical copy!

The game reminds me of Shin Megami Tensei, another Japanese game hitting our shores in the near future on the Nintendo Switch! It originally released in Japan on the PS4 and PS Vita in late 2017, set across 100 floors you delve deeper subduing demons and angels along the way.

NIS recently announced 3 other games coming the Switch and have already released the excellent Disgaea 5 Рthese guys are certainly busy and we love it!

The first English video by NIS has been released, see below:

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About the game:

Hayato Ibuki, a journalist for an occult magazine, was investigating the mysterious suicides that were taking place in Shinjuku station. During his investigations, a black shadow pushes Hayato onto the tracks. A beautiful, mysterious girl, Balucia, saves Hayato at the last moment and gives him a large case… And thus, Hayato’s new life begins.

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Inside the case is the demon gun, Gangour, which is a tool that can capture and use demons. Hayato uses its power to turn demons into allies.

With the Gangour in hand, and accompanied by the self-proclaimed angel Lua; the supposed chosen one, Hayato, travels all over the country to investigate mysteries and search for that beautiful mystery woman. And while he’s at it, he gets caught between the ambiOons of the dark rulers and the expectations of the angels…

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