Daily Briefs (Aug. 6): Warriors Orochi / Gal Metal / Dead Cells

Today’s Daily Briefs: new characters revealed for Warriors Orochi 4, but also…

  • Gal Metal
  • Dead Cells
  • V-Rally 4
  • Neko Tomo
  • Namco Museum Arcade Pac
  • Stardew Valley
  • NBA 2K19
  • Layton Mystery Agency ~Katrielle’s Mystery Files~
  • Tool Assisted Speedruns

Warriors Orochi 4

Yesterday, during the second livestream for Warriors Orochi 4, Koei-Tecmo revealed a new original character: Perseus (voiced by Hiro Shimono). Another character was also revealed: Guan Yinping (voiced by Shiori Mikami). Here’s a trailer and some pictures:

And here’s the recording of the livestream:

Warriors Orochi 4 (Switch) comes out on September 27th in Japan, October 16th in North America, and October 19th in Europe.

Source: 4Gamer

Gal Metal

Here’s a livestream recording for Gal Metal, featuring lots of gameplay footage for the game:

Gal Metal (Switch) comes out this Summer in Europe, and this Fall in North America.

Dead Cells

Here’s an animated trailer for Dead Cells:

Dead Cells (Switch) comes out on August 7th worldwide on the Nintendo eShop. Retail release follows on August 17th in Europe and August 21st in North America.

V-Rally 4

Last week, BigBen Interactive shared some more details about V-Rally 4, and more precisely its rally mode:

A rally is made up of several timed stages called “specials” that severely test a driver’s nerves. To be a successful rally driver, you need to love risk, be able to keep your head straight when going through tricky areas, and have the ability to adapt when unexpected weather complicates matters. Your co-driver’s notes are often critical.

In V-Rally 4’s rally mode, the highly varied environments of the specials require you to draw on all your driving skills. Speed through the breathtaking environments of Malaysia, Japan, Siberia, Kenya, Sequoia Park and Monument Valley! Pay attention to your co-driver’s notes displayed on the screen so you won’t be surprised by a tight bend!


Entire road networks have been created for the rally environments, with an impressive level of detail. In addition to the pre-defined specials, V-Rally 4 provides an even more unpredictable challenge through the specials generator. Just like rally organizers, the specials generator randomly opens and closes road intersections, which means there are hundreds of possible routes through each environment. Your route is not a collection of pre-defined roads and bends: it uses parts of the road network, and each special is different, with unique characteristics. That makes it rather difficult to learn the bends by heart. Once at the starting line, you’ll need to demonstrate courage and concentration!

V-Rally 4 (Switch) comes out later this year worldwide.

Neko Tomo

Last week, Bandai-Namco announced a rather unexpected collaboration for Neko Tomo, with… the Idolmaster series, of all things! So far, two special outfits have been revealed, with more to come in the future.

Here’s two videos and some pictures:

Neko Tomo (Switch, 3DS) does not have a release date yet.

Source: Famitsu

Namco Museum Arcade Pac

Here’s a few screenshots for Namco Museum Arcade Pac, releasing this September in Europe and North America:

Namco Museum Arcade Pac (Switch) comes out on September 28th in Europe and North America.

Source: Bandai-Namco (Twitter)

Stardew Valley

Today, Oizumi Amuzio announced that they will release Stardew Valley at retail in Japan, as Stardew Valley Collector’s Edition. More details (including bonuses included in this retail edition, but also the release date and price) will be shared at a later date.

The Upcoming Games page has been updated!

Source: Oizumi Amuzio (Twitter)

NBA 2K19

Here’s the latest player showcase picture for NBA 2K19:

NBA 2K19 (Switch) comes out on September 11th worldiwde.

Source: Take-Two (Twitter) / Take-Two (Twitter) 

Layton Mystery Agency ~Katrielle’s Mystery Files~

Here’s the preview for the next episode of the Layton Mystery Agency ~Katrielle’s Mystery Files~ anime series:

Tool Assisted Speedruns

Here’s the latest Tool Assisted Speedrun videos for Nintendo platforms:

  • Lizard (NES) by juef in 18:39.82
  • Friday the 13th (NES) by klmz in 02:22.93


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