Nina Aquila: Legal Eagle Season One Getting Steam Deck Support

It’s been a week since Nina Aquila: Legal Eagle Season One has been released. The game is available on PC through Steam and Nintendo Switch. The thing is, developer Tanuki-sama Studios announced that the game is going to support the upcoming Steam Deck platform.

In a press release, Tanuki-sama said that they are currently discussing with developer channels the hardware requirements. They’re also crowdsourcing Linux users from the Linux_gaming subreddit as a way to test the game when it comes to similar hardware profiles.

As of now, Tanuki-sama added that they are looking into a solution with Proton to play the Windows version of the game. They are evaluating as well the possibility of a native Linux/SteamOS release.

A New Platform

It was late last week when Valve announced that it was releasing a new portable gaming machine that may rival Nintendo Switch. Dubbed as Steam Deck, it will allow players access to their Steam games on the go. It makes use of Valve’s Steam OS based on a custom Linux.

If you’re interested, it’s going to be a bit pricey. The base model is priced at $399 and comes with 64 GB of eMMC storage. The 256 GB version is pegged at $529 while the 512 GB one is at $649.

Learn about it like its specs here.

Courtroom Drama

Nina Aquila: Legal Eagle Season One offers courtroom drama with elements of a visual novel and indie graphic adventure. The game boasts at least 10 hours of content with players taking on the role of Nina Aquila, a rookie defense attorney. The gameplay follows three basic steps. The first is to investigate, meaning to examine crime scenes and talk to witnesses. The second is Nina must participate in activities relevant to the case at hand like joining an illegal street racing. Finally, Nina enters the court to defend her client.

The game offers three cases which are:

    • Players defend a cosplayer accused of arson, due to her cosplaying as a fire mage.
    • Players defend a client accused of murdering the world champion at Dragon Fantasy Arena on the eve of the national tournament.
    • Players defend three street racers, accused of causing the death of a fourth.

So what do you think of the game being offered on a possible new platform?

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