Arc System Works is bringing Kowloon High-School Chronicle to PC. The first-person dungeon-crawler will launch on Steam next week.
After hitting Europe and Japan earlier this month, Kowloon High-School Chronicle’s PS4 version is out now in North America. Arc System Works and Toybox’s remaster of the PS2 title sees players going treasure hunting while acting as a student.
Kowloon High-School Chronicle will be hitting PS4 in Europe the same day as in Japan. A North American release date is still to be confirmed.
Arc System Works and Toybox Inc. are releasing a PS4 version of Kowloon High-School Chronicle in Japan. The game is a remaster PlayStation 2 title Kowloon Youma Gakuen Ki that originally released international on Switch this year.
The remaster of the original NieR game is now available worldwide. The launch of NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139… comes with the expected launch trailer.
Kowloon High-School Chronicle is the remastered western debut of a 2004 sci-fi anime dungeon crawler for the Nintendo Switch. Seventeen years after the initial release, does the game hold up?
Kowloon Highschool Chronicle is an adventure RPG originally released for PlayStation 2 in Japan. Arc System Works announced the game is finally coming west through its Nintendo Switch remaster, which will be launching very soon.
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