Stray Children Announced for Nintendo Switch by Onion Games

    From the creators of moon.

    Onion Games, developers of the prolific RPG Moon, have announced a new title, Stray Children, in the Japanese Nintendo Direct broadcast. This was not shown in the North American Direct. So, we’ve covered everything revealed about this exciting RPG below. 

    Stray Children Announced for Nintendo Switch 

    For those in Japan, the game is set to be available this Winter. Due to localization, it will not be released in the West this year. As previously stated, there is no release date for the West yet. However, we can expect the game to be released sometime next year. The game is confirmed to be coming West through the official website, which has a message for fans:

    Hello everyone, Onion Games here!

    Thanks so much for your interest in Stray Children. We don’t
    yet have a worldwide release date for the game, so while
    you’re waiting to wishlist, we would love for you to sign up
    for our newsletter, “The Secret Onion Cellar”.

    We’ll send you the latest updates on the game there, before
    you hear it anywhere else!

    With Love,
    Onion Games

    On Onion Games’ official website, they also posted a blog post about the game. The company had this to say about the game’s story:

    One day, a young boy is sucked into a TV set and awakens to find himself in a land made up entirely of children.

    So begins the boy’s adventures in this strange and dangerous wonderland.

    We’ll be sure to keep you updated on this exciting RPG as more information is released. Stay tuned, and check out all of our Nintendo Direct coverage! Nintendo announced plenty of exciting RPG news today. This includes the announcement of a remaster of Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door and a new look at the remake of Super Mario RPG. Finally, ATLUS and VanillaWare debuted Unicorn Overlord

    Noah Hunter
    Noah Hunter
    Noah is Final Weapon’s Editor-in-Chief. He co-founded the website in June 2019 and has been writing for it ever since. In total, he has over five years of writing experience across many publications, including IGN Entertainment. His favorite series include Xeno and Final Fantasy.

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