Daily news (July 25): Disney Tsum Tsum Festival / Rune Factory 4 Special

Today’s Daily news: special Nintendo Switch bundle for Disney Tsum Tsum Festival, but also…

  • Rune Factory 4 Special
  • Tsuri Spirits Nintendo Switch Version
  • Amazon Prime Video (Wii U)
  • Final Fantasy VII Original Soundtrack Revial Disc

Disney Tsum Tsum Festival

Bandai-Namco have confirmed that Disney Tsum Tsum Festival will be released on October 10th in Japan. They also announced that the game will also get a special bundle sold 36 080 Yen, that includes the following:

  • Nintendo Switch (new model with improved battery life, featuring special design)
  • Purple and Pink Joy-Cons (special design)
  • a copy of the game
  • all the contents of a regular Nintendo Switch pack

Here’s some pictures of that bundle (including the boxart of the game itself):

Disney Tsum Tsum Festival (Switch – eShop) comes out on October 10th in Japan, and later in Europe and North America.

Source: 4Gamer

Rune Factory 4 Special

Here’s the latest set of pictures for Rune Factory 4 Special, now available in Japan:

Rune Factory 4 Special (Switch) does not have a release date in Europe and North America yet.

Source: 4Gamer

Tsuri Spirits Nintendo Switch Version

Bandai-Namco have released a demo version for Tsuri Spirits Nintendo Switch Version, and you can get it from the Nintendo eShop in Japan.

They also shared two more videos for the game:

Amazon Prime Video (Wii U)

Amazon have announced that the Amazon Prime Video app on Wii U will be discontinued on September 26th. As compensation, Amazon is offering $25 in credits towards select Fire TV devices (Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Stick 4k, Fire TV Cube) to users impacted by this, so they can get themselves a device to keep using Amazon Prime Video if they don’t already have one.

Source: Amazon email
Via: ElectricBlanketFire (ResetERA)

Final Fantasy VII Original Soundtrack Revial Disc

Here’s the latest preview for the Final Fantasy VII Original Soundtrack Revial Disc, now available in Japan:



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