Japanese developer Hakama has revealed that their side-scrolling fantasy RPG game, Worth Life, is coming to Nintendo Switch on July 14th, 2022, priced at $24.99. Pre-orders start from July 7th, with an early bird discount of 20% until July 27th.

You play as one of 30 individuals that were summoned by the king to save the kingdom. With one million gold coins in your hands, you can decide if you want to start a business, buy some lands, or forge weapons and go on a journey; the choice is in your hands.

About the game (more information on the official website):

Play your way!

Choose your character’s look and then start exploring! You can switch your appearance anytime you want!

Curiosity sparks new possibilities! Welcome to the Spark System!

As you journey through the kingdom, you will encounter a host of colorful characters and unique experiences.

Check out things that catch your eye to trigger a “Spark” and unlock a new skill.

Spark new skills during your quest!

You can spark all manner of handy skills as you battle monsters and travel across the land.

Find vacant lots and use them any way you want!

Acquire unused lots you stumble across while on your journey. You’re free to choose how to use the lots! Till the land and grow crops, dig out a fishing pond, or build a house to rent to townspeople!


Cultivate the land and raise crops!


Press the button at just the right moment to reel in the big one!


Build a house and rent it out to needy townspeople! Who knows? They might give you something in return!

Choose your difficulty level!

You can choose from three difficulty levels when starting the game: Normal, Hard, and Master. Monsters have significantly higher HP and attack power in Hard and Master, so pick a level that suits your playstyle.

If Normal mode leaves you longing for more of a challenge, up the game difficulty level to Hard or Master to take on tougher opponents!


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bahamut omega

2y ago

Reminds me of a few games already when I heard side scrolling RPG. Titles that came to mind being Cadash, MapleStory, Dragon Gem, and Terraria. I counted Cadash as it was originally an arcade game that had the elements in hand.