Remaster of Ys: The Oath if Felghana game launches for Switch in Japan on April 27
Kodoani.com – Nihon Falcom posted a five-minute Prologue clip on Friday for Ys Memoire: Felghana no Chikai, a Nintendo Switch remake of Nihon Falcom’s Ys: The Oath if Felghana game. Yuuki Kaji narrated the video.
The action RPG will launch for the Nintendo Switch in Japan on April 27. Nihon Falcom first announced the Switch version in December.
Nihon Falcom released Ys: The Oath if Felghana first for PC in Japan in June 2005, followed by PlayStation Portable in 2010. XSEED Games released an English version on PSP in 2010 and later. for PC in 2012. XSEED describes the game:
Wrapping up a whirlwind adventure, Ys: The Oath in Felghana opens with series heroes Ys Adol and Dogi as they make an unannounced visit to Dogi’s hometown of Redmont in the land of Felghana. It’s clear that things have changed dramatically since Dogi’s departure many years earlier. Herds of ferocious monsters roam the outskirts of town, a volcano that has been dormant for a long time is suddenly active again, and the new lord of the land has heavily taxed the people. As Adol and Dogi begin to search for the source of Felghana’s recent struggles, each clue found brings them closer to the disturbing conclusion that all of these events are connected. together and only they can save Felghana.
Ys: The Oath if Felghana itself is a remake of Ys III: Wanderers from Ys, the third game in the franchise. The game was originally released in 1989.