Today’s Daily Briefs: DOOM Eternal announced for the Nintendo Switch, but also…
- Warriors Orochi 4
- Atelier Arland Trilogy
- Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth
- V-Rally 4
- Kimi no Hitomi ni Hit Me
- Jake Hunter: Prism of Eyes
Yesterday, during Quake Con 2018, Bethesda announced that DOOM Eternal will be released on Nintendo Switch. Just like the previous entry, it’s Panic Button that it’s in charge of this version of the game.
Here’s some gameplay footage for the game:
DOOM Eternal (Switch) does not have a release date yet. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Source: Bethesda (Twitter)
Warriors Orochi 4
Here’s the latest set of videos and pictures for Warriors Orochi 4, showcasing the two new characters: Ares and Odin.
Warriors Orochi 4 (Switch) comes out on September 27th in Japan, October 16th in North America, and October 19th in Europe.
Atelier Arland Trilogy
Here’s the latest set of pictures for Atelier Arland Trilogy on Nintendo Switch:
Atelier Arland Trilogy (Switch) comes out on September 20th in Japan.
Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth
Here’s another TV Commercial for Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth:
Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth (3DS) comes out on November 29th in Japan.
Yesterday, it was announced that Deemo is getting a retail release in October in Japan. Just like VOEZ, this version of the game will add button controls, that will also be added via a free Software update to the digital version. The retail release will be released on October 25th, and will cost 3 600 Yen.
Here’s a trailer and some screenshots:
Deemo (Switch) comes out at retail on October 25th in Japan. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Here’s the latest videos for V-Rally 4:
V-Rally 4 (Switch) does not have a release date yet.
Kimi no Hitomi ni Hit Me
Earlier this week, pre-purchase for Kimi no Hitomi ni Hit Me went live on the Nintendo eShop in Japan. The game costs 4 480 Yen (until August 22nd, then 4 980 Yen), and requires 1.2GB of free space. Unfortunately, it does not offer an English language option…
Here’s some screenshots for the game:
Kimi no Hitomi ni Hit Me (Switch) comes out on August 23rd in Japan.
Jake Hunter: Prism of Eyes
Here’s the latest trailer for Jake Hunter: Prism of Eyes, now available in Japan:
Steep is among the very first games announced for the Nintendo Switch, and it looks like it’s about to become the very first officially cancelled one. Earlier this week, the official Twitter account confirmed that the decision has been made to “stop Steep development on the Nintendo Switch”, officially in order to “focus on bringing new live content and challenges to Steep players instead”.
We never got to see anything from the game on Nintendo Switch, and it’s been a really long time since the game was simply mentioned, so it’s quite surprising it took them so long to confirm it wasn’t happening after all.
Source: official Twitter account