The Alliance Alive Developer Cattle Call Working On Nintendo Switch Title

By Alistair Wong . January 15, 2019 . 5:00pm


Cattle Call Co., the company known for developing the Metal Max series and more recently The Legend of Legacy and The Alliance Alive, has added ‘Nintendo Switch’ to its website under Platforms Developed For, meaning that they could be working on an original or co-developed title for the system.


Apart from the above games, previous works by Cattle Call include a variety of genres such as Taito’s Space Invaders Get Even, Bandai’s Gihren’s Greed: Blood of Zeon, Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits and End of Darkness published by Sony, and more. They have also been responsible for many ports and co-developed titles as well, making predictions hard to pin down.


Cattle Call are frequent partners with FuRyu, Kadokawa Games, Disney, and notably ArtePiazza as well, helping program titles such as Innocent Life: A Futuristic Harvest Moon and porting Dragon Quest IV, V and VI to the DS. One such title is Opoona, which coincidentally made the news recently with the establishment of a Twitter account last year. Perhaps we’ll see something more exciting from the Twitter account in the near future.

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