Today’s Daily news: latest set of screenshots for Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers, but also…
- Sisters Royale
- Overcooked! 2
- AVICII Invector
- Indie World (Japan)
Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers
Here’s the latest set of screenshots for Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers:
Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers (Switch) comes out on February 20th in Japan.
Chorus Worldwide have announced that they are bringing Sisters Royale to Europe and North America on January 30th. Pre-orders will go live on the Nintendo eShop on December 19th.
Here’s some details about the game:
Sisters Royale is inspired by the anime aesthetic of 2001’s ‘Castle of Shikigami’. Five sisters with unique magical powers race to capture the heart of an angel, Yashin. As with ‘Castle of Shikigami’, Sisters Royale deploys power boost mechanics that allow players to gain scores by taking high risks. Now with global online leader board support, the game will appeal to shoot ‘em up novices through to high scoring champions with varying levels of difficulties and obstructions in between.
Sisters Royale (Switch – eShop) comes out on January 30th in Europe and North America. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Source: Chorus Worldwide PR
Team17 and Ghost Town Games have announced that Overcooked! 2 is getting some more free DLC, on December 17th. The update is called Winter Wonderland, and as the name indicates, it’s all about the holiday season!
JanduSoft have confirmed that DreamBall will be released on December 23rd in Europe and North America, for $4.99.
Here’s a trailer, some details, the list of key features, and some screenshots:
DreamBall is a fun sports game with Ragdoll physics set in dreams with one clear objective, try score more than your opponent before time’s up. Welcome to DreamBall, the first sports video game with ragdoll physics, set in dreams with which you will enjoy of the craziest matches ever. Play up in the space, under de sea, in a pirate island… Let your imagination fly or let be carried by ours. Ready to dream? Immerse yourself in this world of dreams.
- Local multiplayer for 2 – 4 players
- CScore on the opposite goal using your hanging arms
- 6 Different stages with original hazards
- 10 Unlockable skins
DreamBall (Switch – eShop) comes out on December 23rd in Europe and North America.
Source: JanduSoft PR
Wired Productions have announced that AVICII Invector will be released on Nintendo Switch in 2020 in Europe and North America.
Here’s the latest trailer, some more details, and the full tracklist:
Created in collaboration with the Swedish DJ, and now with his family in his honor, AVICII Invector has become much more of an homage to his music since his tragic passing in 2018. Set against a backdrop of 25 of his biggest hits, Invector lets players fly solo or recreate the party feeling of an AVICII concert with local split-screen racing. Players can join space pilot Stella on her journey from one stunning world to the next, mastering moves as they race through gorgeous landscapes, while hitting the notes with three difficulties to master.
- Tough Love
- Fades Away
- Can’t Catch me
- Pure Grinding
- What Would I Change it to
- The Nights (Avicii by Avicii)
- Waiting For Love
- Gonna Love Ya
- You be Love
- Friend of Mine
- Sunset Jesus
- Fade Into Darkness
- Wake Me Up
- Lonely Together
- Without You
- Hey Brother
- I Could Be The One
- You Make Me
- Lay Me Down
- For a Better Day
- Broken Arrows – M-22 Remix
- True Believer
- Talk To Myself
AVICII Invector (Switch) comes out in 2020 in Europe and North America. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Source: Wired Productions PR
Indie World (Japan)
Nintendo have announced that a new Indie World presentation for Japan will go live later today/tomorrow:
- Europe: December 11th at 2AM
- UK: December 11th at 1AM
- North America (ET): December 11th at 8PM
- North America (PT): December 11th at 5PM
- Japan: December 12th at 10AM
Unlike the European and North America presentation, this one will not be livestreamed. It will most likely differ grealy from the western presentation content-wise, though it’s not clear by how much.