Tokyo Ghoul Creator Working On New Nintendo Switch Game (VIDEO)
The Nintendo Switch is well into the second year of its existence, and the system continues to entice a wide variety of games to join its library. The Switch has seen a lot of support from third party developers, bringing both desired pre-existing games like Cuphead to the portable device, as well as brand new entries by talented artists. With the PS Vita mostly abandoned, the Switch has become the go-to portable console for games that exhibit an anime or manga-influenced art style. Such is the case with a newly announced game by Tokyo Ghoul creator Sui Ishida.
The new game titled Jack Jeanne was recently announced by Broccoli on a new official website for the game. Ishida, who created the recently finished Tokyo Ghoul manga, has been confirmed to have crafted the original character and world designs for this new game. Jack Jeanne is currently slated for a 2020 release, and it will contain both visual novel and rhythm game sections.
Jack Jeanne focuses on character Kisa Tachibana as she begins attending an all-male drama school. The title refers to the fact that the male students at the Univers Drama School all perform both male (Jacks) and female (Jeannes) roles. Players will have to navigate the complicated world of stage performance, while also maintaining the Mulan-like ruse. Little else is known about the game at this time, but if Ishida’s previous work can speak to it, the game will certainly resonate with players in a captivating way. Let’s hope we all break a leg when it does.
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