Daily Briefs (March 19): Clannad / Idea Factory

Today’s Daily Briefs: a few more pictures for Clannad, but also…

  • Idea Factory
  • Super Robot Taisen T
  • Fate/Extella Link
  • Umihara Kawase Fresh!
  • Death Road to Canada
  • Nintendo Switch Mini Grip


Here’s a few more pictures for Clannad, including the design of the Drama CD included in retail copies of the game:

Clannad (Switch) comes out on July 4th in Japan.

Source: Gamer

Idea Factory

The latest issue of Famitsu magazine reveals that 3 more Idea Factory titles are headed to the Nintendo Switch:

  • Tlicolity Eyes: Twinkle Snowtime, out on July 18th
  • Katakoi Contrast: Collection of Branch, out on August 22nd
  • Jakou no Lyla: Trap of Musk, out on September 19th

The latest issue of Famitsu magazine comes out on Thursday in Japan (effectively Wednesday morning/afternoon in North America and Europe respectively).

The Upcoming Games page has been updated!

Source: Famitsu
Via: ryokutya2089

Super Robot Taisen T

Here’s the latest video clip for Super Robot Taisen T:

And here’s the latest screenshot for the game:

Super Robot Taisen T (Switch) comes out on March 20th in Japan.

Source: Bandai-Namco (Twitter)

Fate/Extella Link

Here’s the latest video clip for Fate/Extella Link;, now available in North America:

Fate/Extella Link (Switch) comes out on March 22nd in Europe.

Umihara Kawase Fresh!

Here’s a video clip for Umihara Kawase Fresh!:

Umihara Kawase Fresh! (Switch) comes out on April 25th in Japan, and July 9th in Europe and North America.

Death Road to Canada

Here’s some pictures of the physical editions of Death Road to Canada, announced yesterday:

This physical release is limited to 5 000 units, with 2 500 units for each version (regular, Limited), and will be available for pre-order starting March 21st.

Source: Play-Asia (Twitter)

Nintendo Switch Mini Grip

Here’s some pictures of a “Mini Grip” accessory for the Nintendo Switch, which can be used to store some game cartridges (up to 4):

Release is planned for May, with a 1 728 Yen price tag.

Source: Gamer


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