Cult Hit JRPG ‘Kowloon High-School Chronicle’ is Out Now on Switch

First-person dungeon crawling JRPG Kowloon High-School Chronicle is out today on Nintendo Switch!

Kowloon High-School Chronicle features:
  • First-person dungeon-crawling JRPG with visual novel story elements
  • Ordinary high-school student by day, mysterious and aloof treasure hunter by night
  • Cult classic originally released for Japan-only in 2004 on PlayStation 2
  • Battle ancient & mythical creatures with a turn-based combat system
  • Explore labyrinthine dungeons seeking hidden relics
  • Build relationships with other students to recruit others to your party
  • Out today on Nintendo Switch!

Buy Kowloon High-School Chronicle now from the Nintendo eshop.

Combining first-person dungeon crawling with visual novel-style storytelling, battle your way through hidden chambers and high-school life. Build your party by developing friendships with classmates by day and chase treasure through ancient ruins by night in Kowloon High-School Chronicle.
From the pyramid crypts of Egypt to the ancient ruins buried deep under the streets of Japan, take on the role of Kuro Habaki as you join a society of treasure hunters, dedicated to seeking hidden relics that are said to perform miracles, and unlocking their power!

In the evening, abandon your normal life as a student and take on the guise of treasure hunter. Explore complex ruins solving puzzles, battling creatures and avoiding traps as you search for ancient relics.

Mythical and ancient beasts lord over the many archaic dungeons you will explore, protecting the treasures you seek. Featuring turn-based combat, utilise the Action Point system to move, use resources and strike hard as you face off against these bygone creatures.
While exploring the ruins beneath the school, collect items to craft and solve puzzles that will allow you to clear each dungeon, venture deeper into their labyrinthine tunnels and uncover ancient artefacts.

Jim Smale

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