Today’s Japanese news: more gameplay footage for Monster Hunter XX Nintendo Switch Ver., commercial and World Hobby Fair demo for The Snack World: Trejarers, first screenshots for Attack on Titan 2 ~Mirai no Zahyou~, screenshots for Revenant Saga, Human Resource Machinen, and Geki Yaba Runner Deluxe, licencing agreement for Nintendo and Openrec.tv in Japan, and NyaNyaNya Neko Mario Time #91!
Today’s Daily Briefs (Round 2!): video for the Hunter x Hunter collaboration in Monster Hunter XX, latest TV commercial for The Snack World: TreJarers, short video clip for Yoku’s Island Express, screenshots for the Japanese version of World of Goo, livestream recording for Romance of the Three Kingdoms 13 with Power-Up Kit, and latest Tool Assisted Speedrun video!
A 5th of BitSummit takes place this week-end in Kyoto, Japan, and today, Nintendo finally announced the list of playable game on its booth. Also, various games announced/confirmed for the Nintendo Switch!
Nintendo uploaded its monthly video for the Nintendo eShop highlights today. For March, the company chose to highlight Snipperclips, FAST RMX, and more!
Today’s Indie news: latest dev diary for Snake Pass, JonTron to be removed from Yooka-Laylee, videos for Bertil Hörberg’s next project, multiplayer patch for Little Inferno now available, trailer for Subara City, and Inti Creates AMA!
Good news: Little Inferno, World of Goo, and Human Resource Machine are out tomorrow. Even better: the first two are getting local multiplayer!
In an interview with Nintendo Life, the devs at Tomorrow Corporation shared more details about World of Goo, Human Resource Machine, and Little Inferno!
Today’s Indie news: Tomorrow Corporation bringing their 3 games to the Nintendo Switch at launch, February release confirmed for forma.8, Nintendo 3DS version of Elliot Quest detailed and showcased, and more screenshots for Plantera!
On Friday, Tomorrow Corporation announced that Human Reource Machine (Wii U, Nintendo eShop) would be released on December 3rd in Europe and Australia!
Yesterday, Tomorrow Corporation announced that Human Resource Machine had been approved by Nintendo, and that it would launch next week in North America!