Today’s Daily news: footage and screenshots for Kill la Kill -IF-, but also…
- NBA 2K20
- Omega Labyrinth Life
- SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays
- Fishing Star World Tour
- Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town
Kill la Kill -IF-
Here’s some footage for Kill la Kill -IF-, courtesy of Famitsu:
And here’s a few more screenshots for the game:
Kill la Kill -IF- (Switch) comes out on July 26th in Europe and North America.
Take-Two have announced that NBA 2K20 will get a demo version. It will launch on August 21st at 12.01AM PT / 3.01AM PT / 8.01AM BST / 9.01AM CEST / 4.01PM JST, and will allow players to get an early start on their MyCAREER, and try out the new MyPLAYER builder. You will then be able to transfer your player to the full version of the game.
NBA 2K20 (Switch) comes out on September 6th worldwide.
Source: Take-Two (Facebook)
Omega Labyrinth Life
Here’s the latest video for Omega Labyrinth Life:
Omega Labyrinth Life (Switch) comes out on August 1st in Japan.
SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays
Here’s a TV Commercial for SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays:
Here’s nearly 90 pictures for the game (including some for the bonus game):
SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays (Switch) comes out on November 28th in Japan.
Beep Japan have announced that they will release Trüberbrook in Japan on October 24th. It will cost 3 500 Yen on the Nintendo eShop, and 3 636 Yen at retail (with a mini artbook, a B3 size poster, and a set of postcards). This version will offer an English language option.
Here’s a few screenshots:
Trüberbrook (Switch) comes out on October 24th in Japan. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Fishing Star World Tour
Aksys Games have announced that Fishing Star World Tour will be released at retail on September 26th in North America. It will cost $29.99 in that region. Here’s some more details:
In Fishing Star World Tour, players will be able to catch over 180 kinds of fish across 40 different scenic locations from around the world, all the while completing objectives and tracking different species of fish within the game’s “Fish Book”. Players can customize several parts of their fishing gear, including their Lure, Reel, and Rod, each of which has its own stats that can improve your performance. Each time a fish is caught, the Fish Book makes a note of the gear that was used as well as the location of the catch. This information can be extremely helpful, especially when attempting to hook a Boss Fish!
Fishing Star World Tour also supports the Nintendo Labo™ Toy-Con Fishing Rod as players can take part in a trolling mini-game that challenges them to catch the biggest fish while riding a speeding vessel.
Fishing Star World Tour (Switch) comes out at retail on September 26th in North America, and September in Europe. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Source: Aksys Games PR
Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town
Here’s the latest video clip for Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town:
Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town (Switch) comes out on October 17th in Japan, and later in Europe and North America.