Nicalis today announced that RemiLore: Lost Girl in the Lands of Lore, a hack-and-slash action game with an anime style, will release simultaneously on Nintendo Switch, PS4, and PC via Steam on February 26 for $39.99, with an Xbox One version launching sometime in the release window.
In RemiLore, an ordinary schoolgirl named Remi teams up with Lore, a self-proclaimed “master” of magic, to battle fierce mecha-monsters in the anime-inspired world of Ragnoah. With hordes of menacing enemies out and about, players can vanquish them with a unique mix of powerful melee and magical ranged attacks, both of which can change dramatically whenever Remi equips any of over 200 different fun and fantastic weapons. Remi sounds like she’ll be one dangerous girl you definitely don’t want to mess with, right?
RemiLore will offer multiple gameplay options, including a full-featured single-player story mode, two-player co-op, and several unlockable game modes. All of the enchanting action in the game features rich HD visuals that really have a nice “pop” to them, with physically based rendering light effects to enhance the beauty of the four seasons as represented by Ragnoah’s distinct territories. I like the way the developer mixed anime art style visuals with 3D graphics — it has a nice look to it.
Get a look at some of the action in RemiLore thanks to the trailer and screenshots below:
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