On top of being a follow-up of sorts to Nintendo’s Wii U and 3DS systems, the Switch can also be seen as a successor to the PlayStation Vita, considering Sony has shown clear signs of dropping out of the handheld console space. This is reflected in the games – plenty of franchises that were right at home on the Vita, like Ys and Atelier, are heading to Nintendo’s latest in the months to come.

Now, another JRPG is making the leap over: Arc System Works’ Fantasy Hero: Unsigned Legacy. Originally released for the Vita back in 2014, Fantasy Hero is an action RPG full of stylized characters, with graphics that are oddly reminiscent of Dreamcast greats such as Power Stone and Skies of Arcadia. You can check out the Japanese trailer below or read up on the characters and system with the localized website.
 

 
Fantasy Hero: Unsigned Legacy is set to launch on the Switch eShop next week for $9.99.

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