Today’s Daily Briefs: Sonic Mania Plus announced for Japan (+ 1 million units sold for the original version), but also…
- GUILTY GEAR XX ΛCORE PLUS R
- Little Nightmares: Complete Edition
- Famitsu previews
- Tennis World Tour
- Nintendo Switch
Sonic Mania Plus
Today, Famitsu has announced that Sonic Mania Plus would also be released in Japan. Naturally, the game will be available at retail, with the additional content available as DLC for players who already own the original version of the game.
Also, Famitsu reveals that the original version of the game has already sold over 1 million units worldwide. Unfortunately, no regional or platform breakdown is provided…
Here’s the preview page from Famitsu magazine:
Sonic Mania Plus (Switch) comes out this Summer, worldwide. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
GUILTY GEAR XX ΛCORE PLUS R
Earlier today, during a panel at the NDC 2018 (a developer conference in Korea), Arc System Works announced that GUILTY GEAR XX ΛCORE PLUS R was headed to the Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, that’s all we know for now: no release, no details about the game itself, no word on potential additional content… nothing!
GUILTY GEAR XX ΛCORE PLUS R (Switch) does not have a release date yet. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Little Nightmares: Complete Edition
Here’s the latest trailer for Little Nightmares: Complete Edition:
Little Nightmares: Complete Edition (Switch) comes out on May 18th in Europe and North America, and June 7th in Japan.
This week, the following games will be showcased in Famitsu magazine:
- BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle (Nintendo Switch, out on May 31st in Japan, June 5th in North America and this Summer in Europe)
- Pro Yakyuu Famista Evolution (Nintendo Switch, out on August 2nd in Japan)
- Etrian Odyssey X (Nintendo 3DS, out on August 2nd in Japan)
The latest issue of Famitsu magazine comes out on Thursday in Japan (effectively Wednesday morning/afternoon in North America and Europe).
Tennis World Tour
Today, Oizimu Amuzio announced that Tennis World Tour will be released on July 26th in Japan, where it will cost 7 800 Yen.
Here’s some screenshots:
Also, here’s the next two players showcased:
- Lucas Pouille (France)
- Dominic Thiem Austria)
And here’s the latest video clip:
As a follow-up to our player showcase, here is a rally between Dominic Thiem and Lucas Pouille. (We've used the far angle camera for this one and disabled most assisting user interface for a more immersive feeling.) pic.twitter.com/aOCN4kU97l
— TennisWorldTour (@TennisTheGame) April 23, 2018
Tennis World Tour (Switch) comes out on May 22nd in Europe and North America, and July 26th in Japan. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Here’s some pictures of Nintendo Switch cartridge holders from Cyber Gadget: