Root Letter: Last Answer rated in Australia

PQube seemingly localizing live-action remake.

Root Letter: Last Answer

The Australian Classification Board has rated Root Letter: Last Answer under the publishing of PQube.

The game, a remake of Root Letter with live-action scenes, first launched for PlayStation 4, Switch, and PS Vita in December 2018 in Japan. A western release has yet to be officially announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via our previous coverage:

Root Letter: Last Answer is the latest entry in the Root Letter series, which has sold more than 400,000 copies worldwide. With the implementation of a live-action “Drama Mode” featuring a cast of 90 actors, the human drama woven within the beautiful townscape of Shimane Prefecture is told with greater realism. It becomes an immersive story experience similar to watching a TV drama.

Additionally, Root Letter: Last Answer includes four “Resolution” scenarios set after the story of the original game. Enjoy the unexpected conclusion to the mysterious drama spun by protagonist Max and pen pal Aya Fumino’s correspondence.

Additionally, six functionality improvements requested by users have been implemented in order to make playing through the story a more enjoyable experience.

Read more about the game here.

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