One JRPG Switch fans will want to be on the lookout for next year is FuRyu's co-op action title Trinity Trigger.

As you might have already read, it's been developed by an all-star cast - with talent that's previously worked on games like Secret of Mana, Xenoblade Chronicles and Octopath Traveler. The other good news is that it'll be getting a western release on the Switch in "early 2023".

The game is due out next week in Japan, and ahead of release - we've now got our first very first review score from the legendary Japanese publication Famitsu. It's awarded this new game 31/40. Here's how each reviewer on the panel rated it out of 10: 7/8/8/8.

In other words, it's definitely one to keep an eye on. Trinity Trigger aims to capture the feeling of a '90s action RPG, and will also support two other friends as you "hack and slash your way to the Gods".

If you really want to give it a go ahead of its western localisation, there's also a demo you can download from the Japanese eShop. Keep in mind, you'll need an account for this region.

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