Knights in the Nightmare Remaster announced for Switch, iOS, and Android

Due out in 2021 in Japan.

Knights in the Nightmare Remaster

Sting has announced Knights in the Nightmare Remaster for Switch, iOS, and Android. It will launch in 2021 in Japan.

The strategy shoot ’em up RPG first launched for DS in September 2008, followed by PlayStation Portable in April 2010. Both versions were released by Atlus in the west.

Here is an overview of the PlayStation Portable version, via the back of its packaging:


Somewhere between heaven and the underworld, a mysterious Wisp is re-awakening the souls of the dead to confront the evil that took their lives and kingdom. Control this spirit and command fallen knights in this captivating story of loss and redemption.

Key Features

  • Experience the dark events that decimated a kingdom from three different perspectives.
  • Complex tactics plus frantic bullet hell action on the PlayStation Portable system.
  • A PlayStation Portable-exclusive chapter lets you experience the story of Princess Yggdra.

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