Today’s Daily news: Revenge of Justice announced for the Nintendo Switch, but also…
- The Game Paradise: Cruisin Mix Special
- Gensou Manège
- Princess Maker Go! Go! Princess
- Sacred Stones
- Forever Entertainment
- River City Girls
- Shadows of Adam
- Timberman VS
- Ninja Box
- Monster Rancher
Revenge of Justice
Kemco and City Connection have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: Revenge of Justice. It will be released on December 26th in Japan, at retail ( 3 280 Yen) and on the Nintendo eShop (3 000 Yen).
Here’s the first pictures for it:
Revenge of Justice (Switch) comes out on March 26th in Japan. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
The Game Paradise: Cruisin Mix Special
Here’s some screenshots for The Game Paradise: Cruisin Mix Special, now available in Japan:
The Game Paradise: Cruisin Mix Special (Switch) does not have a release date in Europe and North America.
Here’s the latest videos for Gensou Manège:
Gensou Manège (Switch) comes out on January 30th in Japan.
Princess Maker Go! Go! Princess
Here’s some more details for Princess Maker Go! Go! Princess:
“Princess Maker Go!Go! Princess” is a spin-off of the masterpiece simulation game Princess Maker series, there are 4 main characters who appeared in the Princess Maker series in the game. It is the simulation board game that the player takes one of them and enjoys adventures and various events to become a princess.
Princess Maker Go!Go! Princess has been faithfully remastered and updated, the various elements of the Princess Maker series have been remade as they are. To be a princess, the character is able to be nurtured through various events, education and part-time jobs that take place in various places like the kingdom, forest, desert, waterfall, icebergs, and volcano. The player will try to complete a variety of quests to take a step closer to be Princess.
Players can also interfere with each other through a battle using dice between them. In addition, there are multiple endings like the Princess Maker series. The future of the main character is determined by the growth and event.
Up to 4 players are able to play the game, the Nintendo Switch version supports local multiplayer with using Joy-Con and the Steam version supports online multiplayer to enjoy it together with players far away.
Princess Maker Go! Go! Princess (Switch – eShop) comes out on December 23rd in Europe and North America.
Source: CFK PR
Here’s some more details for Sacred Stones:
“Sacred Stones” is an action game that targets enemies and hidden items in many stages. Various bosses with a unique pattern of attack are waiting for the player. In order to clear the boss, it is important to identify the enemy’s attack pattern and break through the weak points! Don’t let your guard down because a minor mistake can lead to a fatal blow! Can you survive the high tempo battle?! In addition, the switch version has added a choice of difficulty levels for the players unfamiliar with action games. Sacred stones world by dot graphics is intuitive for the players. The sound is retro 16 bit sound, it stimulates a spirit of adventure and the world of imagination.
Sacred Stones (Switch – eShop) comes out on December 23rd in Europe and North America.
Source: CFK PR
Today, Forever Entertainment released the following games in Japan:
- Risky Rescue (500 Yen)
- Violett (999 Yen)
- Surfingers (500 Yen)
- No Reload Heroes (1 000 Yen)
Here’s their Japanese trailers:
River City Girls
Here’s the Accolades Trailer for River City Girls:
Shadows of Adam
Here’s the launch trailer for Shadows of Adam, now available in Japan:
And another milestone for Timberman VS on Nintendo Switch! Forever Entertainment have announced that the game has now sold over 300 000 units worldwide. Again, no regional breakdown of sales is provided.
Source: Forever Entertainment (Twitter)
Here’s the latest episode of the official Ninja Box web anime series:
Here’s the recording of the latest Famitsu livestream, showcasing Monster Rancher (now available in Japan):
Here’s pictures of Strawberry-themed Kirby merchandise, coming to Game Centers operated by Bandai-Namco in Japan on January 10th (until February 16th):