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Hero must die. again getting a physical release via Limited Run Games

Pre-orders open next Tuesday!

In this anti-RPG, you play as a hero who has recently saved the world... and lost your life in the process.

Physical copies of Degica Games's Hero must die. again on PS4 & Switch will open for pre-order through Limited Run Games' distribution line next Tuesday, March 9 at 12pm ET.

Hero Must Die. Again - more gameplay

The hero defeated the demon Guile, but lost his life in the process. Given five more days to put his affairs in order, guide him to the best possible funeral.

Hero Must Die. Again launch trailer, plus an hour of gameplay

Again?!

Hero Must Die. Again comes to Switch on Feb. 27th, 2020, and an official launch trailer has been shared. Along with that, you can check out a recap on the game, and an hour of gameplay footage below.

You are the hero, your last memory is fighting with the demon Guile and felling it, thus saving your world. However, you seem to have died in the process and now you cannot remember her, the one for which you went alone to fight the demon. Due to your great deed, the gods have given you five more days to put your affairs in order, but time will quickly take its toll and you will grow weaker as the days pass.

Hero Must Die. Again getting a physical release

Game must release. Physically

Hero Must Die. Again, which is coming to the Switch eShop on Feb. 27th, 2020, is also going to get a retail option. Dev/pub Degica Games was asked about the potential for a physical version of the game, and they flat-out confirmed that one is in the works. No word on when it will release, so if you're really chomping at the bit for this game, you could be in for quite a wait on the physical option.

Hero Must Die. Again - more gameplay

The hero defeated the demon Guile, but lost his life in the process. Given five more days to put his affairs in order, guide him to the best possible funeral in this anti-RPG where he grows weaker.

Hero Must Die. Again gets a Japanese release date

Right in line with NA/EU

Degica have announced a release date for the anti-RPG game Hero Must Die. Again in Japan. The game is set to launch on February 26th, 2020, and will be priced at ¥3,980. This is just one day earlier than the game's release in North America and Europe.

Hero Must Die. Again comes to Switch on Feb. 27th, 2020

Again?!

The "anti-RPG" Hero Must Die. Again was announced for Switch a few months back, and now we have a release date. The game is set to launch on Feb. 27th, 2020, and will include both English and Japanese language options. Check out a quick reminder of what the game's all about below, as well as a new batch of screens.

The hero defeated the demon Guile, but lost his life in the process. Given five more days to put his affairs in order, guide him to the best possible funeral in this anti-RPG where he grows weaker.

Hero Must Die. Again confirmed for Switch release

Time for the hero to meet his maker

You are the hero, your last memory is fighting with the demon Guile and felling it, thus saving your world. However, you seem to have died in the process and now you cannot remember her, the one for which you went alone to fight the demon. Due to your great deed, the gods have given you five more days to put your affairs in order, but time will quickly take its toll and you will grow weaker as the days pass.

Good luck in finding out what happened!

From renowned creator Shoji Masuda (Linda³, Oreshika) comes an epic anti-RPG about aging and death.
A full localization and brush-up of a game only available until now in Japan on PS Vita.
Features:
Fantasy anti-RPG where the hero starts at his strongest, and grows weaker as time passes
Over 50 different funerals (endings) depending on what the hero accomplished
8 unique heroines to woo, each with their own personalities and motivations. Which is the one you were protecting?
Visit the world you have just saved, and resolve remaining problems to lead it to the best possible future

Hero Must Die. Again will release for the Switch sometime in Spring 2020, as was confirmed by publisher Degica Games and developers Pyramid and G-Mode .

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