Daily Briefs (April 11, Round 3): Gal Metal / Team Sonic Racing
Today’s Daily Briefs: free DLC tracks Gal Metal now available in North America, but also…
- Team Sonic Racing
- Lapis x Labyrinth
- Super Rare Games
- Rocket League
- Overcooked! 2
- Tool Assisted Speedrun
XSEED have released some additional tracks for Gal Metal, included in the Bonus Track Vol. 1 released earlier this year in Japan. This pack is completely free, and can be downloaded from the Nintendo eShop. It includes the following tracks:
- Show und Monotone (Mozart’s Symphony No. 25)
- Roma Romance (Bizet’s Carmen)
- Inokashira Rothbart (Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake)
- Symphonic 5 (Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5)
- Kichioji Resistance (Rossini’s William Tell Overture)
And that’s not all: another set of 5 DLC tracks will come at a later date.
In Europe, the Bonus Track Vol. 1 DLC isn’t available yet, but it should be soon.
Source: XSEED PR
Team Sonic Racing
SEGA have revealed a new music track for Team Sonic Racing: Wisp Circuit, an original track composed by Jun Senoue!
Team Sonic Racing (Switch) comes out on May 21st worldwide.
Lapis x Labyrinth
Here’s the latest video clip for Lapis x Labyrinth:
Lapis x Labyrinth (Switch) comes out on May 28th in North America, and May 31st in Europe.
Super Rare Games
Super Rare Games have announced that several more games are getting a limited physical release:
- RIVE Ultimate Edition
- Toki Tori collection (Toki Tori and Toki Tori 2)
- The Darkside Detective
More details about those releases will be shared at a later date.
Source: Super Rare Games (Twitter) / Super Rare Games (Twitter) / Super Rare Games (Twitter) / Super Rare Games (Twitter)
Psyonix have shared an official “interview” with Scott Rudi (Game Director) about the upcoming Rocket Pass 3, and the Challenges it introduces. Click here to check it out!
Here’s an excerpt:
Q: How long have Challenges been in the works?
Scott Rudi, Game Director: Oh man, for a few months, give or take. We were working on the design shortly after Rocket Pass 1 based on what we were seeing in there. The idea was to keep players wanting to Tier-up evenly even later throughout Rocket Pass. We wanted to keep people engaged on a weekly basis, and we think the Weekly Challenges are a better way to drive that. The Pro Tiers have always been the biggest draw, so the goal was to get players to that level faster and earlier. That’s why we went with some of the design decisions that we did. The Rocket Pass Challenge System only adds to the speed in which you Tier-up.
Here’s the latest video clips for Overcooked! 2, showcasing the Campfire Cook Off DLC (out on April 18th worldwide):
Tool Assisted Speedrun
Here’s the latest Tool Assisted Speedrun video for Nintendo platforms:
- Star Voyager (NES) by HeyHorhey in 13:29.53