PQube announced international releases for remasters of the first two Class of Heroes games. Both dungeon-crawlers will be available on PC, PS5, and Switch early next year.
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PQube announced a western release date for Adventure Academia: The Fractured Continent. The Class of Heroes spin-off will launch on PC and consoles in December.
PQube announced it is handling the western release of Adventure Academia: The Fractured Continent. The Class of Heroes spin-off hits Japan in September, though a western release date has not yet been announced.
Acquire released a new trailer for Adventure Academia: The Fractured Continent. The Class of Heroes spin-off hits Japan this September.
Acquire unveiled Adventure Academia: The Fractured Continent, a tactical RPG coming to Japan this September set in the world of Class of Heroes. The company also revealed a remaster for Class of Heroes 2.
Japan is getting an Anniversary Edition of Class of Heroes on Switch in a couple of months. A new set of screenshots highlight some of the extra features that the new version brings.
Acquire’s dungeon crawling series gets a revival, as the first game hits Switch in Japan next week. We await to see if the remaster will head west, or for any updates on the third game’s planned release for that matter.
Following in the tracks of another, more widely known first-person dungeon crawler series on handhelds, the second iteration of Class of Heroes is more about sticking to the established formula than making improvements. Does the formula still work, or like an alchemy recipe is it a waste of time and money?
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