Daily Briefs (Aug. 25): Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle / We Bare Bears / Runner3

Today’s Daily Briefs: live-action trailers for Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, but also…

  • We Bare Bears
  • Runner3
  • LEGO Worlds
  • Crayon Shin-chan Gekiatsu! Oden World Dai Konran! !
  • Beyblade: Burst God

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle

Today, Ubisoft uploaded not one, but three trailers for Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. Unlike the previous ones, those are live-action trailers, but they’re still quite humorous. They’re quite different from each other, but they all teach a pretty important life lesson: do not count on rabbits to cover for you, under any circumstances!

Here’s the live-action trailers:

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle (Switch) comes out on August 29th in Europe and North America, and 2018 in Japan.

We Bare Bears

Here’s a few promotional videos for Splatoon 2 and ARMS, in collaboration with We Bare Bears:


Yesterday, Choice Provisions posted the latest devblog post for Runner3, and unfortunately, this one doesn’t reveal anything about the game itself. And yet, this one is definitely worth checking out, because the developers are giving fans the opportunity to name some of the Reto Challenges.

Here’s the three primary environments encountered in the Retro Challenges, so that you have something base your puns on:

  • The great outdoors
  • Caves
  • Jungle ruins

You have until September 4th to submit your ideas. Check out this post for more details!

Runner3 (Switch) doesn’t have a release date yet.

LEGO Worlds

Here’s the Japanese boxart for LEGO Worlds:

LEGO Worlds (Switch) comes out on September 5th in North America, September 8th in Europe, and November 22nd in Japan.

Source: Famitsu

Crayon Shin-chan Gekiatsu! Oden World Dai Konran!!

Today, FuRyu announced they would release Crayon Shin-chan Gekiatsu! Oden World Dai Konran!! on the Nintendo 3DS, on November 30th in Japan.

The Upcoming Games page has been updated!

Source: Gamer

Beyblade: Burst God

Here’s a few screenshots for Beyblade: Burst God, releasing on November 23rd in Japan:

Source: Famitsu


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