NIS America has shared a brand new trailer for the upcoming Giraffe and Annika, set to launch on Switch on 28th August.
The video gives us a chance to check out a few of the locals and learn the basics of exploring Spica, the island on which the game is set. If you're unaware, players will follow the story of Annika, a young girl who finds herself stranded on this mysterious island after having a strange dream.
After a bit of exploring, she comes across a boy called Giraffe who seems to already know her, and goes on to try and find three special star fragments on the island in order to unravel the mysteries of her forgotten memories. The pair later join up with Lily, Witch of the Mysterious Forest, and the trio set off on a "magical, mystery-filled adventure".
- A Magical Journey - Immerse yourself in the vivid and enchanting world of Spica, and watch this grand tale unfold through comic book-style cutscenes.
- Rhythmic Rumble – Challenge a colorful cast of bosses to rhythm-based combat, and groove along to a fun and whimsical game soundtrack.
- Seeker of Secrets – Explore unique dungeons, discover charming collectibles, and unravel the mysteries of the island.
Think you'll be adding this one to your Switch wishlist? Tell us below.
Hmm... I don't know, it looks very unpolished. It could be fun but I'm not feeling it.
Looks very promising.
Cautiously optimistic. It looks interesting.
Do cat girls have human ears under the hair?
@ZeldaFanboy78 you don't get out much do you. Or do you not watch JPN anime they have both or just beast ears. Maybe you should spend more time watching anime to gain some knowledge.
To be fair, "Nnnngggh!" is the noise I usually make as well when I'm struggling with a 'giant log'.
@SwitchForce This is the funniest possible reply
@ZeldaFanboy78 watch this to get your answer:
looks cute and fun , need to wait to see more tho
@ZeldaFanboy78 Asking the important questions, I see.
....I'm pretty certain this just a mobile game...or an old port...lol
My PreOrders are in so no problems. I generally collect them more then I get a chance to play them at later time. Rather then buy at scalping prices.
@Kabloop You're joking right?
I liked Songbird Symphony, which ended up being super weird in a charming way. This strikes me as the same kind of thing plus a little bit of PokéPark Adventures mixed in? Let's see the pricetag, as I've seen games like this at 25-30, which might be excessive given its lack of polish.
Looks a bit rough.
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