Today’s Daily news: ZILF collaboration for Chained Echoes, but also…
- Capcom TV (Monster Hunter Rise, Capcom Arcade Stadium)
- Super Mario Maker 2
- Arcade Archives Quarth
- Dark Souls @ First 4 Figures
Deck13 have announced that Chained Echoes will feature a collaboration with ZILF (a British mathcore band). One of the minigames, Turtle Race, will feature an exclusive song by that band.
Here’s a trailer:
And here’s some details and the list of key features:
Players can expect a classic JRPG with its very own twists: While set in a fantasy world, “Chained Echo” also features custmoizeable airships and huge Mechs. The story driven game will feature a easy to learn but hard to master turn-based combat system and no weird random encounters: Every fight, every area will be handcrafted.
- Fast paced turn-based battles
- No random encounters: enemies can be seen running around all the time
- Complex skill and equipment system
- Travel and fight by foot or in your own Mech
- Customize your own airship
Chained Echoes (Switch – eShop) does not have a release date yet.
Source: Deck13 PR
Capcom TV (Monster Hunter Rise, Capcom Arcade Stadium)
Here’s the recording of the latest episode of Capcom TV, featuring Monster Hunter Rise and Capcom Arcade Stadium:
Monster Hunter Rise (Switch) comes out on March 26th worldwide.
Capcom Arcade Stadium (Switch – eShop) comes out this February worldwide.
Super Mario Maker 2
The latest Ninji Speedrun stage for Super Mario Maker 2 is now available. The speedrun even is live until January 27th, but as usual, the level itself is available permanently!
Arcade Archives Quarth
Here’s the recording of the latest Famitsu livestream, showcasing Arcade Archives Quarth (now available in Japan) and Arcade Archives Cosmo Police Galivan (now available worldwide):
Arcade Archives Quarth (Switch – eShop) comes out on January 21st in Europe and North America.
Here’s a couple of TV Commercials for Ninjala in Japan:
Dark Souls @ First 4 Figures
Here’s another video for the Dark Souls – Gravelord Nito Statue by First 4 Figures: