Daily news (July 28): Piofiore no Banshou -Episodio 1926- / Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions

Today’s Daily news: opening movie for Piofiore no Banshou -Episodio 1926-, but also…

  • Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions
  • Necrobarista
  • Tetris 99
  • Harvest Moon: One World
  • My Universe – My Baby

Piofiore no Banshou -Episodio 1926-

Here’s the opening movie for Piofiore no Banshou -Episodio 1926-:

Piofiore no Banshou -Episodio 1926- (Switch) comes out on October 8th in Japan.

Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions

Here’s the latest set of screenshots and character artworks for Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions:

Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions (Switch) comes out on August 27th in Japan, and August 28th in Europe and North America.

Source: Gamer


Here’s some more screenshots for Necrobarista:

Necrobarista (Switch – eShop) does not have a release date yet.

Source: Famitsu

Tetris 99

Here’s a video and some screenshots for the Paper Mario: The Origami King Theme you can unlock during the latest Online Event for Tetris 99, this weekend:

Source: Nintendo

Harvest Moon: One World

Natsume have shared some details about the male and female protagonists in Harvest Moon: One World:

Male protagonist

With an appetite for not only exploring the world but crops he’s never eaten before, he’s setting out on the journey of a lifetime! Along the way, he’ll farm crops, raise animals, solve problems for the local townspeople, and meet many friends – including five eligible bachelorettes that he can woo and start a family with.

Female protagonist

Receiving a book about crops that have been lost to time, she’s now ready to take on the world! This energetic lass will be farming up a storm, caring for animals large and small, plus making new friends as she travels between many regions. Perhaps she’ll even fall in love with one of five bachelors she’ll meet along the way…? Only time will tell!

Harvest Moon: One World (Switch) does not have a release date yet.

Source: Natsume

My Universe – My Baby

Microids have confirmed that My Universe – My Baby will be released on August 18th in North America (already available in Europe):

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

With My Baby, nurture your newborn and witness his/her evolution from birth to two years old and participate in dozens of realistic activities!

Do your best to keep your baby happy and help him/her understand the world around. Prepare the milk bottle, run the bath, change the diaper and even take your little one on a stroller ride in the neighborhood. Every action contributes towards the unbreakable love bond between you two. Interact with your environment to increase your baby’s well being and motivate him/her to try new things and unlock new activities. Thanks to your guidance, your baby will start crawling, standing up and finally walking on both feet like a grown up!

With My Baby, give a name and personalize your baby as you wish. From its gender, the color of its eyes, his/her hair, skin and even clothes and haircut! Dozens of combinations are available right from the start and you will unlock new outfits along the way!

All your hard work will pay off! The happier your baby grows, the more coins and items you will get to personalize your gaming experience further.

  • Full customization: Create your dream baby! Pick its clothes and personalize his/her bedroom.
  • Totally immersive: Interact with your baby as if it was really there by your side!
  • Dozens of activities: Tons of daily activities to discover and master! Learn how to take good care of your baby.
  • Explore the neighborhood: Take your baby around the house and set sail for an adventure outside. Pay a visit to the hairdresser and even to a clothing shop!
  • Photo mode: Capture the most astonishing pictures of your newborn to unlock new outfits in the store! You can also share them with your friends and relatives.

My Universe – My Baby (Switch) comes out on August 18th in North America.

Source: Microids PR


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