Today’s Daily news: first localisation blog post for Rune Factory 4 Special, but also…
- Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- My Nintendo (Japan)
- Milo’s Quest
- Dragalia Lost
Rune Factory 4 Special
Last week, XSEED shared the first localisation blog post for Rune Factory 4 Special. Here’s an excerpt:
One key reason for the lengthy localization period is related to how XSEED and Marvelous’ localization programming tools have changed in the six years since the original was released in North America. Rune Factory 4 Special was developed by a different studio than the original 3DS version, and one challenge in localization programming for any new version of a game is adapting the text files to a system that works for the development team and within the specifications of the console.
Click here to check out the full post!
Rune Factory 4 Special (Switch) comes out on February 25th in North America, and February 28th in Europe.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Starting today, the latest set of bonus items for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, for Nintendo Switch Online subscribers, is now available. This time, it includes the following:
- Green Snack x100
- Orange Snack x30
- Red Snack x5
You can get this set of items from the Nintendo eShop, like the previous ones!
Source: Nintendo (Twitter)
My Nintendo (Japan)
Some more physical rewards have been added to My Nintendo in Japan:
- set of Gift Paper Bags (Super Mario, Splatoon, Animal Crossing): 900 Platinum Coins (300 Platinum Coins if bought separately)
- Letter Sets (Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Animal Crossing): 1 200 Platinum Coins (400 Platinum Coins if bought separately)
Here’s some pictures:
Ratalaika Games have shared some more details about their latest game on Nintendo Switch: Milo’s Quest, out on January 31st in Europe and Northy America (price: 4.99€ / £4.99 / $4.99).
Here’s a trailer, some details, and the list of key features for it:
The young pupper, Milo, is enjoying his time in the park and sees a delicious bone to chew on! This bone is cursed and sets free the Evil King Old Skull. Now it’s up to Milo to go on an adventure to stop the curse! Choose from three difficulty levels for your adventure! You can even change up the kind of experience you want by focusing only on puzzles or combat. Pick up items and useful tools on your quest to take on ghosts and solve block puzzles to stop the Evil King Old Skull!
- Vibrant 8-bit visuals with nice chiptune music
- Pick up useful tools to defeat enemies and solve puzzles
- Pick from 3 difficulties to add challenge to your adventure
- Customize your experience by focusing only on puzzles or combat
Milo’s Quest (Switch – eShop) comes out on January 31st in Europe and North America.
Source: Ratalaika Games PR
JanduSoft have shared some details about Reknum, a 2D action platformer by NAPE Games releasing on January 31st in Europe and North America (price: 4.99€ / $4.99).
Here’s a trailer, some details, the list of key features, and some screenshots:
In Reknum you play the rol of the princess Cheri, who must advance through 6 different completely explorable zones, loot chests with crystals that will increase her passive skills in order to advance. In Reknum you play the rol of the princess Cheri, who must advance through 6 different completely explorable zones, loot chests with crystals that will increase her passive skills in order to advance. Each zone introduces different elements which must be evaluated in order to be able to advance, to examine how to advance, to examine the behavior of the enemies and to fight bosses.
- 2 Different weapons
- New auto upgrade passive skill system
- 6 different exploration zones with lot of looting
- Hardcore platform based levels
- Autosave feature
- Hardcore fastfight bosses
- 8 to 16bit graphics
- 8bit to modern soundtrack
Reknum (Switch – eShop) comes out on January 31st in Europe and North America.
Source: JanduSoft PR
Here’s the preview trailer for the next Summon Showcase in Dragalia Lost, Monster Hunter Primal Crisis (Part One), which goes live on Wednesday (January 29th):
Dragalia Lost (Android, iOS) still does not have a release date in Europe yet.