Heroland is Now Available

Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019

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Heroland | Day One Knowble Edition

XSEED Games has announced that their newest game, Heroland, is now available. You can get the game physically for PS4 and Nintendo Switch at a price of $49.99. The day one physical edition comes with a copy of the game in addition to some other nice extras which are pictured above. Heroland is available digitally as well, not only for Nintendo Switch and PS4, but also for PC through Steam, GOG and the Humble Store. A digital copy of the game will cost you $39.99. Check out the brand new launch trailer down below.

About Heroland
Welcome to Heroland—a bright, tropical theme park resort where guests partake in an authentic RPG-styled adventure, exploring dungeons, beating up baddies, and become a legendary hero! Unfortunately, the role-playing becomes reality when Lucky, an unexceptional part-time tour guide, and his guests such as Elric, the spoiled fallen prince of the Knowble Kingdom, unintentionally begin unraveling Heroland’s dark history. Now it’s up to Lucky, Elric, and a ragtag team of tourists-turned-heroes to save Heroland (and the world!).
Heroland is directed by Takahiro Yamane (Fantasy Life), written by Nobuyuki Inoue (MOTHER 3, Legend of Mana), set in a colorful 2D world created by Nobuhiro Imagawa (MOTHER 3, Legend of Mana), and jam-packed with Tsukasa Masuko’s (Shin Megami Tensei) whimsical tunes. The esteemed team brings an unforgettable adventure filled with unique heroes including overzealous knights, high school girls, pretentious princes and a nihilistic otter (or is he human?!). And no adventure set in a theme park would be complete without a curious cast of monsters including cute little slugs, selfie-obsessed skeletons and man-eating broccoli—who also happen to be co-workers.
For more information about Heroland, visit the game’s official website.

 

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Jenae is an RPG enthusiast who also enjoys cats, humidity-free warm weather, Dean Koontz books and a select handful of non RPG series and games. Two of her all-time favorite games are the original Shadow Hearts and Final Fantasy IX. She loves to ramble on about her numerous gaming opinions and is fortunate enough to be able to do it here at oprainfall.