Nintendo fans who live in USA or Europe, this news is bound to make your day. The deadly saga taking place on urban Tokyo is on its way to you!! Still confused about what exactly is coming your way?? Well, it’s the famous Collar x Malice and its companion the fan disc known as Collar x Malice: Unlimited. Yes, the wait is finally over!!
Collar x Malice and Collar x Malice: Unlimited will make its west journey soon!!
Aksys revealed during 2019 Anime Expo that Collar x Malice along with Collar x Malice: Unlimited will head west-ward for Nintendo Switch. It is destined to happen next year so the wait is not over all-together. PS Vita caused Collar x Malice to launch worldwide. However its fan-disc Collar x Malice: Unlimited did not receive similar treatment.
Also it the first time for Unlimited to be available in the English language.
— Anime News Network (@Anime) July 5, 2019
These two are not the only ones that will be released for Nintendo Switch in the year 2020. Café Enchante, Code: Realize (Guardian of Rebirth) as well as Code: Realize (Future Blessings) are also in the list.
Know what the game is actually about??
Collar x Malice allows players to take the role of a captivated girl. The girl who is being held prisoner by the shadow organization in Shinjuku is at the mercy of 5 strangers. As her neck is enveloped in a poisonous-collar, she is forced to rely on the strangers to save her from death. Will she able to save herself?? The biggest question is whom to trust and whom to not??
Seriously if you have a Vita and like VNs download Collar X Malice, it’s one of my favourite VNs of all time and I can’t wait for Unlimited to come to the Switch next year 🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/yNo8Lb4bCg
— Little Oryx (@SarahWellock84) July 6, 2019
Unlimited expands the base storyline with the help of several additions. The fan-disc includes a sequel story, three side-stories as well as an interlude. It is Unlimited’s first tour of the west as well as the first-time partnership with Switch.
Well, the year 2020 is bound to make US and Europe Nintendo fans quite happy.
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