It’s been revealed through the latest issue of Famitsu magazine that the 3DS RPG The Alliance Alive by the makers of The Legend of Legacy is coming to PS4, Switch, and PC as an HD remaster. [Thanks, Ryokutya2089.]
The Famitsu magazine report also mentions that the HD remaster of The Alliance Alive HD Remaster is being made by staff that worked on Romancing SaGa 2 and Suikoden.
It’s also been discovered via Gematsu that a URL from NIS America shows “Alliance Alive” so there’s a good chance it’ll make an appearance for a localization announcement during the NIS America Showcase 2019 on March 11, 2019.
Siliconera previously discovered that The Alliance Alive developer Cattle Call, who also developed the Metal Max series, was working on a Nintendo Switch title, so it could either be this or something completely different.
Update: Famitsu confirms that NIS America is bringing the game to PC, while FuRyu is releasing the Switch and PS4 versions. The game is slated for a Fall 2019 release date.
The Alliance Alive first released in Japan on June 2017 for the Nintendo 3DS. It followed with a worldwide release in March 2018 for the 3DS. The Alliance Alive HD Remaster releases in Fall 2019.