Daily Briefs (Feb. 7): ARMS / Blazblue Cross Tag Battle / Harvest Moon: Light of Hope

Today’s Daily Briefs: Lvl. 8 Headlok (literally) crashing the latest Party Crash event for ARMS, but also…

  • Blazblue Cross Tag Battle
  • Harvest Moon: Light of Hope
  • Dragon Quest Builders
  • Nintendo Switch in the United Kingdom

ARMS

This week-end, the latest Party Crash event will take place, with Springtron facing Kid Cobra. But it looks like a Lvl. 8 Headlok is going to (literally) crash the party.

Here’s a short video clip showing this monster teaching a helpless Ribbon Girl a rather painful lesson:

You can find more details about the Party Crash event on this page!

Blazblue Cross Tag Battle

Earlier today, Arc System Works announced that two additional characters for Blazblue Cross Tag Battle would be available to all players, free of charge:

  • Blake Belladonna (from RWBY)
  • Yang Xiao Long (from RWBY)

It’s not clear when they will be released, all we know is that they will be available for free. You can get more details about the DLC for Blazblue Cross Tag Battle in this post!

Here’s some pictures:

Blazblue Cross Tag Battle (Switch) comes out on May 31st in Japan, and June 5th in North America. No release date for Europe.

Source: Arc System Works (Twitter)

Harvest Moon: Light of Hope

Remember Harvest Moon: Light of Hope, announced for the Nintendo Switch a few months ago by Natsume? Well, it’s still coming, but it’s getting a slightly different title on consoles, where it will be known as Harvest Moon: Light of Hope Special Edition. What’s special about the console edition of the game? We don’t know, but Natsume will share some details pretty soon!

Harvest Moon: Light of Hope (Switch) will be released in May in Europe and North America.

Source: Natsume (Twitter)

Dragon Quest Builders

Here’s a short video showcasing the Great Sabrecub, one of the exclusive “features” of Dragon Quest Builders on Nintendo Switch:

Dragon Quest Builders (Switch) comes out on February 9th in Europe and North America, and March 1st in Japan.

Nintendo Switch in the United Kingdom

Earlier today, GamesIndustry published a pretty interesting article about the Nintendo Switch, that tries to explain why the Nintendo Switch is “only” successful in the United Kingdom, and not breaking sales record left and right like in other countries. You can click here to check it out for yourself!

In this article, they share some interestind tidbits about Nintendo Switch sales in the country:

  • since launch, the console has sold over 700 000 units, outselling the Wii U by a wide margin;
  • Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and Super Mario Odyssey have sold over 1 million units, combined.

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