The World Ends With You: Solo Remix Now Available On Android Devices


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Square Enix has announced that the mobile version of the Nintendo DS title The World Ends With You, The World Ends With You: Solo Remix that was previously only released on iOS devices, has been ported over to Android devices and is now available through the Google Play store (https://play NULL.google NULL.com/store/apps/details?id=com NULL.square_enix NULL.android_googleplay NULL.subarashikikonosekai_solo).

Key Features
-Quick, fun and intuitive battles – Activate combat abilities, or “psychs,” with simple touch commands like tapping, slashing, and dragging. Control Neku and his partner on the same screen and take the combat up a notch, and boost item drops in battle with the revamped Fusion system.
-Redrawn artwork and HD display support – Art and animation across the game has been redrawn for this release, making combat a beautiful high-definition experience.
-Soundtrack with 60 songs – Famed Composer Takeharu Ishimoto’s complete soundtrack is included in the game with high-quality audio and full vocals, along with remixes and new songs.
-Profile sharing capability – Exchange profiles with other players and have their avatars appear in the streets of Shibuya.
-Deep replay value – Finish the main story to unlock a bonus chapter with more quests and items to find, new combat challenges, and secret reports that further flesh out the story.

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