Light Fairytale Episode I Switch Version Releasing April 28

Sometimes, Switch users feel left out when a game launches for every platform but theirs, however, that feeling will soon end (at least for this game the we will be talking about).

If you may remember, Light Fairytale Episode I was released for PC, PS4 and Xbox One way back in 2019. They now even have Light Fairytale Episode II available. The game is a turn-based Japanese-style RPG series happening in an underground world ruled by an evil empire. Mysterious, right?

Light Fairytale Episode I will come to Switch via Nintendo eShop on April 28th, and if you are interested in it, you have to pay $9.99, or $8.99 if you decide to pre-order the game. This episode of the game features the start of the main adventure, where Haru and his friend Kuroko go on a journey to fight a dark empire situated in the underground named “Lower City”.

Through the gameplay, players will see chibi characters, classic turn-based battles, real-time 3D graphics and other features that will come as time goes by. To finish it, you would need around three hours for a first playthrough, and nearly double of that to fully complete it (discovering secrets, getting rewards and more).

What do you think about this game? Tell us in the comments below.

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