PS2 Adventure RPG ‘Kowloon Highschool Chronicle’ Coming West on Switch Early Next Month

Arc System Works America announced they will publish the PS2-era adventure RPG, Kowloon Highschool Chronicle on Nintendo Switch on February 4 for $29.99.

Originally titled Kowloon Youma Gakuen Ki in Japan, Kowloon Highschool Chronicle boasts remastered graphics, first-person dungeon exploration, and a character iteration system.

During Kowloon Highschool Chronicle,  players will take on the role of a transfer student at Kamiyoshi Academy in Shinjuku, Tokyo. Although he may seem normal, he’s actually a treasure hunter. Along with a few new friends, he sets out to uncover the mysteries of an ancient civilization. However, that will require him and his crew to overcome a few obstacles including, traps, monsters called “Kehito,” and even the Studen Council. He’ll build relationships with his friends throughout the game, solve some puzzles, and fight some enemies until he completes his goal.

Players can choose from different classmates to create relationships with and a party of characters. This will also come into play when facing enemies because not have a strong party will make you weaker in the long run. The game’s conversation system allows you to build a relationship with the characters and respond with different emotions. The game has been remastered for Switch hardware.

You can check out some screenshots below:


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