Daily Briefs (Feb. 20): Fate/Extella LINK / Daemon x Machina

Today’s Daily Briefs: release date and trailers for Fate/Extella LINK, but also…

  • Daemon x Machina
  • The Princess Guide
  • Oninaki
  • Aragami: Shadow Edition
  • Octopath Traveler

Fate/Extella LINK

Yesterday, XSEED and Marvelous Europe announced that Fate/Extella LINK will be released on March 19th in North America, and March 22nd in Europe. They also reminded us about the different versions of the game in North America:

  • Fleeting Glory Edition: $79.99
  • base version: $49.99, now available for pre-purchase on the Nintendo eShop

If you’re wondering what’s included in each version, here’s handy infographic to help you choose:

Also, here’s not one but two trailers for the game:

Finally, here’s some screenshots:

Fate/Extella LINK (Switch) comes out on March 19th in North America, and March 22nd in Europe. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!

Source: XSEED PR / Marvelous Europe

Daemon x Machina

Here’s the latest set of screenshots for Daemon x Machina

Daemon x Machina (Switch) comes out this Summer worldwide.

Source: Marvelous (Twitter)

The Princess Guide

Here’s the latest video for The Princess Guide, focusing on Alpana:

The Princess Guide (Switch) comes out on March 26th in North America, and March 29th in Europe.


The latest issue of Famitsu magazine reveals a few more details about Oninaki (the new game from Tokyo RPG Factory), with a list of people working on the game:

  • Takashi Tokita (Final Fantasy IV, Chrono Trigger)
  • Hiroshi Inaba (I am Setsuna, Lost Sphear, Daedalus: The Awakening of Golden Jazz) – Scenario
  • Tomonori Kogawa – Logo Design

Oninaki (Switch) comes out this Summer worldwide.

Source: Famitsu
Via: ryokutya2089

Aragami: Shadow Edition

Here’s the latest video clip for Aragami: Shadow Edition:

Aragami: Shadow Edition (Switch) comes out on February 21st worldwide.

Octopath Traveler

Here’s two more preview videos for the Octopath Traveler Arrangements -Break & Boost- album, which is now available in Japan:



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