Not too way back we shared the information that The Youngsters We Have been was attributable to arrive on Swap early subsequent 12 months; it is a fairly charming sport following adventurous youngsters within the Japanese suburbs, that includes time journey and a few pretty visuals. It seems that it is nearer than initially thought, now attributable to arrive on the eShop on 2nd December priced at $15.99USD (and regional equivalents), however with 20% off on pre-orders.
Developed by GAGEX (which is understood for really feel good and nostalgic video games), it is a narrative journey sport that adopts blocky voxel-style visuals – assume The Touryst however with a calmer color palette. On cellular it is had loads of constructive evaluations, whereas the sport has additionally gained numerous awards on the Japanese scene. It entails a little bit of time journey, a ‘Again to the Future’-esque quest and a setting of Nineteen Eighties Tokyo suburbs.
One prize from its numerous awards was to have a stay motion teaser trailer produced professionally, which emphasizes the childhood friendship and normal vibe of the sport. You may see that and a few of its official description under.
Our story begins with Minato arriving within the small city of Kagami, an exceptionally peculiar kind of place in a sleepy suburb of Tokyo.
However there’s extra to this easy journey than meets the attention. Minato has a secret goal: he intends to seek out his lacking father, who’s supposedly dwelling someplace within the space.
Our younger sleuth Minato wastes no time getting began, and shortly finds a puzzling clue to his father’s whereabouts. A mysterious pocket book left for him with the portentous title “The Seven Mysteries.”
With this pocket book as his information, Minato units out on an extended and troublesome journey, not via area, however via time. For his vacation spot is none aside from 33 years prior to now—the day his father and mom first met!
The Swap model has new content material in comparison with the cellular unique, with a brand new “bonus episode set after the occasions of the principle sport” and extra collectables.
Tell us what you assume – is it one for the wishlist?