Daily Briefs (Sept. 5): Lapis x Labyrinth / NBA 2K19 / Dragon Ball FighterZ

Today’s Daily Briefs: Lapis x Labyrinth to be the official international title for Lapis Re Abyss, but also…

  • NBA 2K19
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ
  • Yooka-Laylee
  • My Hero One’s Justice
  • Sangoku Koi Senki: Otome no Heihou
  • V-Rally 4
  • Mega Man 11

Lapis x Labyrinth

Following yesterday’s announcement for Japan, NIS America has revealed that the international title for Lapis Re Abyss is… Lapis x Labyrinth! But the interesting thing, the game is yet to be announced for Europe and North America, and this title will only be used in Asia at first. However, as mentioned yesterday, there’s little doubt there will be a western release down the line!

Here’s the Lapis x Labyrinth logo, as well as some details about the game:

A small village in a small kingdom has been hit with some tough financial times, thankfully they are sitting on a whole trove of treasure! Dive into the Labyrinth atop a forest that shimmers like gold in search of beaucoup bucks with your customized crew of adventurers! Using the creative stacking mechanic you can flip between up to 4 adventurers on the fly and deploy their individual attacks while keeping them all on top of your head!


Go for the glitz and glamour, strike with the blitz and hammer!

Lapis x Labyrinth (Switch) comes out on November 29th in Japan.

Source: NIS America PR

NBA 2K19

Yesterday, Nino Samule (AI Producer) shared a really lengthy blog post detailing the various changes, improvements and additions made to NBA 2K19 gameplay-wise. You can read all about that over on Facebook!

Here’s some more screenshots for the game:

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

Dragon Ball FighterZ

Here’s the latest set of screenshots for Dragon Ball FighterZ:

Dragon Ball FighterZ (Switch) comes out on September 26th in Japan, and September 27th in Europe and North America.

Source: Nintendo


On Friday (September 7th), pre-orders for the Limited Run Games release of Yooka-Laylee will go live. As usual, there will be two editions:

  • regular ($49.99)
  • Limited Collector’s Edition ($79.99)
    • retro-style CE box
    • 18″ x 24″ poster
    • non-functioning retro cartridge
    • official soundtrack

Also, 64-Bit Kickstarter backer will get two bonuses: a significant discount, and a special cart (only 3 000 units made). But that’s not all: ALL Kickstarter backer will get a discount code, only valid on Friday 7th.

Source: Playtonic Games (Twitter)

My Hero One’s Justice

Here’s the latest video clip for My Hero One’s Justice:

My Hero One’s Justice (Switch) comes out on October 26th in Europe and North America.

Sangoku Koi Senki: Otome no Heihou

Today, Prototype announced a game for the Nintendo Switch in Japan, called Sangoku Koi Senki: Otome no Heihou. It was originally released on PC, before being ported to the PlayStation 2, the PSP, the PS Vita, and now the Nintendo Switch. It will be available from November 22nd, and will cost 6 400 Yen.

Here’s some pictures:

Sangoku Koi Senki: Otome no Heihou (Switch) comes out on November 22nd in Japan. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!

Source: Gamer

V-Rally 4

Here’s the latest video clip for V-Rally 4:

V-Rally 4 (Switch) does not have a release date yet.

Mega Man 11

Here’s the latest video clip for Mega Man 11:

Mega Man 11 (Switch) comes out on October 2nd in Europe and North America, and October 4th in Japan.



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