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Daily news (January 19, Round 2): Dead Cells (Game Trials) / Monster Hunter Rise

Today’s Daily news: Game Trial for Dead Cells in Europe, but also…

  • Monster Hunter Rise
  • Speed Limit
  • Magic Twins
  • G-Mode Archives Sorcerian
  • Tool Assisted Speedrun

Dead Cells (Game Trials)

The latest Game Trial for Nintendo Switch Online subscribers in Europe is Dead Cells. From January 26th to February 1st, the full game will be playable for free. The game can already be pre-loaded for players who want to start playing right away on January 26th!

Source: Nintendo (Twitter)

Monster Hunter Rise

Here’s the recording of the latest Famitsu livestream, this time showcasing Monster Hunter Rise:

Monster Hunter Rise (Switch) comes out on March 26th worldwide.

Speed Limit

Chorus Worldwide have announced that Speed Limit will be released on February 18th worldwide.

Here’s the latest trailer and some more details:

Speed Limit is a non-stop genre-warping arcade experience that never slows down. No cuts, no lapses in the chaos, Speed Limit is an old-school action extravaganza boiled down to its core elements: Hard. Fast. Addictive. As soon as you think you’ve learned how the game works, it changes to a completely different genre, taking you through the history of the golden arcade era. Fight through a nail-biting side-scrolling shooter, race to the finish in an explosive top-down car chase, take flight in a thrilling fake-3D dogfight, and expect the unexpected. Speed Limit seamlessly changes styles, transforms the gameplay, and offers new challenges the moment you feel comfortable.

Speed Limit (Switch – eShop) comes out on February 18th worldwide.

Magic Twins

Badland Publishing have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: Magic Twins, a co-op puzzle action game developed by Flying Beast Labs. It will be released on March 18th in Europe and North America.

Here’s a trailer, some details, and the list of key features:

Puzzle and action combine with a fun setting in Magic Twins, an arcade game that will delight lovers of classics such as Puzzle Bobble with a single player mode or a two players experience through an original co-op mode.

Abra and Cadabra dared to challenge the first rule of the Witchcraft School of the Island of Mallorca“Never use your chromagic powers to dye your clothes”. Now, their wardrobe is breathtaking, but they have unleashed the Colormageddon all over the island. Multiple interdimensional rifts have opened up and they keep spitting out color elementals! Only the Magic Twins and their faithful cauldron can stop the disaster they started. Fashion and chromagic powers will be their tools to create the definitive spell that banishes the elementals from this reality, but keeps their newly dyed outfits intact.

Magic Twins is a 1-2 co-operative arcade puzzle game in which Abra and Cadabra (the titular Magic Twins), must constantly swap their chromagic powers to defeat hordes of color elementals and stop the Colormageddon (which they unintentionally unleashed). Red beats red, blue beats blue.. you get the drill. Magic doesn’t need to be complicated!

Spells are not enough! Communication (and probably some yelling) will be invaluable to overcome all the challenges ahead of you: different objectives per level, final boss, multiple game modes, special events…

  • COLORMAGEDDON: The end of the world arrives full of colors!
  • COOPERATIVE: Coordinate with your friends and test your reflexes and the power of friendship to combine your chromagic powers.
  • TONS OF CONTENT: Discover new areas of the Mallorca island as you eliminate the threat in the initial areas and unlock new game modes, different enemies, secrets and secondary objectives.
  • SIMPLE CONTROLS, UNIQUE CHALLENGES: Controlling the Magic Twins is simple, but each level has different objectives and turns in the mechanics.
  • KAWAII: Unlock new theme skins for the sisters!

Magic Twins (Switch – eShop) comes out on March 18th in Europe and North America.

Source: Badland Publishing PR

G-Mode Archives Sorcerian

G-Mode have announced that their 30th G-Mode Archives release on Nintendo Switch will be Sorcerian. It will be released on February 4th in Japan, and will cost 500 Yen.

Here’s some screenshots:

G-Mode Archives Sorcerian (Switch – eShop) comes out on February 4th in Japan.

Source: 4Gamer

Tool Assisted Speedrun

Here’s the latest Tool Assisted Speedrun video for Nintendo platforms:

  • Looney Tunes: Carrot Crazy (GameBoy Color) by Winslinator in 25:22.08

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