Imagineer announces Little Friends: Dogs & Cats for Switch [Update]

Due out on December 6 in Japan.

Little Friends: Dogs & Cats

Original 09/25/18 at 5:08 a.m.: The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals Little Friends: Dogs & Cats, a new title developed by Imagineer for Switch. It will launch on December 6 in Japan.

The game will allow players to live with dogs and cats that have “lifelike models, textures, expressions, and animations.”

Little Friends: Dogs & Cats

Thanks, Famitsu.

Update 11:54 p.m.: Little Friends: Dogs & Cats will cost 5,800 yen. It is developed by Neilo.

Famitsu describes Little Friends: Dogs & Cats as a communication game where you can live together with dogs and cats just like you would in real life. Players will be able to pet their animal using the touch panel and Joy-Con controllers. The closer you become with your animal, the cuter their behavior. Players will be able to go on walks, play with flying discs, and even participate in tournaments. The room you share with your animals can be customized. The dogs and cats themselves consist of popular breeds from both Japan and overseas. A large number of appearances, likes, personalities, and voices are being prepared.

Thanks, Ryokutya2089.

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