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‘Riviera: The Promised Land Remaster’ Is Out Now for iOS and Android in Japanese Following Switch Launch

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Following its announcement in July last year, the remaster of Riviera: The Promised Land has launched on iOS and Android (via Gematsu) worldwide with Japanese language support. It debuted on Switch, and was confirmed for mobile and Steam release as well. If you’ve not followed the game, Riviera: The Promised Land released back in 2002 in Japan on the WonderSwan Color before seeing a Game Boy Advance release two years later. It was then released in North America back in 2005 before seeing a PSP release a few years later. Riviera: The Promised Land is available worldwide, but only with Japanese support going by the store listings. Watch the Nintendo Switch trailer for it below:

Riviera: The Promised Land will likely get localized on Steam and Switch eventually, but I really hope Sting brings over the localization to the global mobile release as well. Right now, Riviera: The Promised Land Remaster is available for $19.99 on the App Store for iOS here and on Google Play for Android here. I wouldn’t buy it assuming English will be patched in at this point, but if you want to play the Japanese version, you can grab it now. Sting self published Yggdra Union on Steam and Switch internationally with no sign of the mobile version getting English support as of today. Have you played Riviera: The Promised Land on GBA or PSP in the West before and did you end up trying Yggdra Union on Steam or Switch in English?

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