Today’s Daily Briefs: even more screenshots for Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle, but also…
- Octopath Traveler
- Super Robot Taisen T
- Hanayaka Nari, Waga Ichizoku Gentou Nostalgie
- DIABOLIK LOVERS CHAOS LINEAGE
- Winning Post 9
- The Caligula Effect: Overdose
- Dragon Ball FighterZ
- Wizard’s Symphony
- Just Dance 2019
Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle
Here’s a few more screenshots for Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle, and a picture of the Queen costume for Historia offered as early purchase bonus in Japan:
Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle (Switch) comes out on July 4th in Japan, and July 5th in Europe and North America.
Square-Enix have announced that Octopath Traveler is getting a concert / live performance this Summer, in Japan. Unfortunately, that’s pretty much all we know for now! While it’s highly unlikely there will be a performance outside Japan, there definitely should be a CD release at a later date.
Here’s an illustration for that concert:
Source: Square-Enix (Twitter)
Super Robot Taisen T
Here’s the latest video clip for Super Robot Taisen T:
And here’s the latest screenshot:
Super Robot Taisen T (Switch) comes out on March 20th in Japan.
Source: Bandai-Namco (Twitter)
Hanayaka Nari, Waga Ichizoku Gentou Nostalgie
Here’s the debut trailer for Hanayaka Nari, Waga Ichizoku Gentou Nostalgie:
Hanayaka Nari, Waga Ichizoku Gentou Nostalgie (Switch) comes out on May 16th in Japan.
DIABOLIK LOVERS CHAOS LINEAGE
Here’s two videos for DIABOLIK LOVERS CHAOS LINEAGE:
DIABOLIK LOVERS CHAOS LINEAGE (Switch) comes out on March 28th in Japan.
Winning Post 9
Here’s the latest set of screenshots for Winning Post 9:
Winning Post 9 (Switch) comes out on March 28th in Japan.
The Caligula Effect: Overdose
NIS America has published an official interview about The Caligula Effect: Overdose, with Alan Costa, Sr. Associate Producer at NIS America. You can click here to check it out for yourself!
Here’s an excerpt:
Q4. How does The Caligula Effect: Overdose differentiate itself from other urban/school-styled JRPGs on the market?
AC: Good question! That again really ties to the development aspect of things. As explained earlier, the director was a former psychology student and he told us at last year’s Tokyo Game Show that he really wanted to explore the human psyche in this game. If you look up Caligula, it’s actually the name of a Roman emperor who was famous for debauchery and doing all sorts of crazy stuff. However, that’s not where the name of the game comes from. In fact, the “Caligula Effect” is a psychological phenomenon. In 1979, there was a movie called Caligula starring Malcolm McDowell, who is famous for A Clockwork Orange. When Caligula came out, it was known to have over-the-top content that wasn’t standard for major-release films at that time. In fact, in North America, the film was released in a special way to avoid being given an X rating or being banned outright.
Dragon Ball FighterZ
Here’s the latest tutorial video for Dragon Ball FighterZ (once again, only available in Japanese):
Here’s the latest set of videos for Wizard’s Symphony:
Just Dance 2019
Here’s the latest video for Just Dance 2019: