Charming and original turn-based RPG Live A Live makes its way to PlayStation and PC. With astonishing storytelling and a superb soundtrack, it is a gem worth playing.
Live A Live Remake
Previously unreleased outside of Japan, Live A Live gets a Nintendo Switch remake with “HD-2D” graphics. Seven different stories featuring different protagonists, time periods, and gameplay styles await.
Square Enix’s Live A Live melds various gameplay and storytelling elements across a variety of scenarios. With its new remake giving it the chance to acquaint itself with modern audiences, the game proves to have stood the test of time.
After launching on Switch last year, Live A Live’s remake is coming to PC and PlayStation consoles. The game launches on the new platforms in just under a month, with demo available from today.
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A demo finally lets western RPGamers try out Live A Live. Players can access the start of three of its story arcs, with save data transferable to the full game, which launches next month.
Square Enix released trailers showing two more of Live A Live’s story chapters. The latest videos introduce the Present Day and Distant Future eras.
Square Enix released four short new trailers for the Live A Live Remake. The videos introduce the game’s Wild West, Middle Ages, Near Future, and Twilight of Edo Japan stories.
Nintendo and Square Enix released two new Live A Live remake trailers. The videos showcase the game’s Prehistory and Imperial China time periods and stories.
An additional trailer follows last week’s reveal of the HD-2D Live A Live Remake. The video introduces the protagonists of the game’s scenarios.
28 years after its Japanese release, Live A Live is finally heading west. The game is coming to Nintendo Switch in the form of a HD-2D remake.