Although they don’t reveal much.
The World Ends With You: Solo Remix, released last year for iPhone and iPad, was an adaptation of Square Enix’s hit action RPG released for the Nintendo DS many moons ago. It’s considered one of their last great games actually, and a classic case of the publisher failing to strike when the metal was hot when demands for a sequel started.
Regardless, after playing the iOS version of the game and collecting all the Secret Reports, you’ll unlock a secret ending showcasing a female character standing in front of the 104 Building and a huge sign that reads “New 7 Days”.
So what was the significance of this ending? “I don’t believe that talking a lot about it is necessarily a good thing. I think what is important is the feeling that the players got when they saw that ending. Joshua, who has watched Neku grow up first hand, may have discovered the hope of the possibility of Shibuya changing.
“There are hints about the story scattered throughout the game, and so I’m sure it would be fun if you connect those pieces and think about them.”
A cop-out? Maybe, but at least this provides an indication that the tale of Shibuya’s UG is far from over.