Daily news (June 25, Round 5): Tomoyo After ~It’s a Wonderful Life~ – CS Edition – / Fairy Tail

Today’s Daily news: Tomoyo After ~It’s a Wonderful Life~ – CS Edition – announced for the Nintendo Switch, but also…

  • Fairy Tail
  • AVICII Invector Encore
  • Maneater
  • The World Ends With You anime
  • Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions

Tomoyo After ~It’s a Wonderful Life~ – CS Edition –

Prototype have announced that they are bringing yet another game from Key to the Nintendo Switch: Tomoyo After ~It’s a Wonderful Life~ – CS Edition -, the sequel to Clannad (and more precisely the Tomoyo route). It will be released on September 10th, and as usual, it will include both Japanese and English language options. It’s guaranteed to be released simultaneously worldwide, but there has been no proper announcement yet. In Japan, the game will be available at retail (4 100 Yen + taxes) and on the Nintendo eShop (3 800 Yen).

Tomoyo After ~It’s a Wonderful Life~ – CS Edition – (Switch) comes out on September 10th worldwide.

Source: Prototype

Fairy Tail

Koei-Tecmo have shared some more details for Fairy Tail, along with the latest set of screenshots and character artworks (showcasing special costumes):

FAIRY TAIL’s extraordinary world of magic and dragons is captured in remarkable detail throughout this all-new gaming experience, with a phenomenal focus of delivering the type of magic and mystique fans of the worldwide sensation anime and manga series have been craving. In FAIRY TAIL, characters can now combine in a Unison Raid to unleash their magic spells at once to overpower enemies. This Unison Raid ability originally premiered in the FAIRY TAIL anime and manga, but in the game, all new magic and character team-ups will be featured, introducing exciting new powers from never before seen character combinations.

In addition, a series of Extreme Magic Spells will also be introduced, including Kanna’s Fairy Glitter – which can be activated when magic attacks are combined, Makarov’s “Giant” magic, and even a spell known as Exceed Special, which will help your party out in times of terrible trouble. Each magic spell carries unique elemental properties and affinities, with magic dealing more damage to specific opponents. Characters can then upgrade their magic spells by gaining experience points throughout their journey.

Also, by using magic attacks during battle, the party’s Awakening Gauge increases. When the gauge is fully filled, characters can be Awakened, enabling them to utilize even more powerful magical abilities – and with each character employing different Awakening Modes, players will be able to expand their strategies across a broad range of sorceries and enemies.

Fairy Tail (Switch) comes out on July 30th in Japan, and July 31st in Europe and North America.

Source: Koei-Tecmo PR

AVICII Invector Encore

Wired Productions have announced that AVICII Invector Encore will be released on September 8th in Europe and North America, and that it will cost 29.99€ / £24.99 / $29.99. This version of the game will feature 10 additional tracks not found in the original version (which will not be released on Nintendo Switch). For players who want to try out the game first, a demo version will be released sometime in August.

Here’s a trailer, some details, and some pictures for the game:

Created by Hello There Games, in partnership with Wired Productions Ltd., and supported by AVICII Music, AVICII Invector Encore Edition continues the vision set out by AVICII himself, fusing music with gameplay to give players a new way to experience the artist’s legacy.

In the spirit of celebrating AVICII’s music, AVICII’s friends and family have completed the project started by the Swedish DJ himself as  AVICII Invector Encore Edition takes players on a pulsating adventure, soaring through stunning environments with the precision and skill to master all difficulties. Tim Bergling’s vision for experiencing his music will see players turn up, tune-in and fully immerse themselves in an audio/visual dimension of serenely zen visualscapes.

Here’s the full tracklist:

  • Broken Arrows – M-22 Remix
  • Can’t Catch Me
  • Fade into Darkness
  • Fades Away
  • For a Better Day
  • Friend of Mine
  • Gonna Love Ya
  • Heaven
  • Hey Brother
  • I Could Be The One
  • Lay Me Down
  • Levels
  • Lonely Together
  • Pure Grinding
  • Sunset Jesus
  • Talk To Myself
  • The Nights – AVCII by AVCII Remix
  • Tough Love
  • True Believer
  • Waiting for Love
  • Wake Me Up
  • What Would I Change it to
  • Without You
  • You be Love
  • You Make Me

And here’s the tracklists for the two DLC packs:

Tim Song Pack

  • Bad Reputation
  • Freak
  • Heart upon my sleeve
  • Peace of mind
  • SOS

Magma Song Pack

  • Addicted to you
  • My Feelings For You
  • Seek Bromance
  • Sunshine
  • Trouble


Maneater still does not have a release date on Nintendo Switch yet, but its soundtrack (composed by Daniel James of Metal Gear Solid V fame) is now available on several digital platforms: Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Deezer, and Bandcamp.

Maneater (Switch) does not have a release date yet.

Source: Tripwire Interactive PR

The World Ends With You anime

It has been announced that The World Ends With You is to get an anime adaptation. Details about it will be revealed at Anime Expo Lite, and more precisely:

  • Europe: July 4th at 3AM
  • UK: July 4th at 2AM
  • North America (ET): July 3rd at 9PM
  • North America (PT): July 3rd at 6PM
  • Japan: July 4th at 10AM

There’s a teaser website, but as expected, it’s quite empty at the moment.

Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions

Bandai-Namco have revealed another team for Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions: the Argentinian Junior Youth team.

Here’s a trailer and some details about some of its members:

A team that emphasises the individuality of its players and offensively plays football centred on individual techniques. The centre of the team is Juan Diaz, who is a playmaker and striker, and his play affects the quality of the entire team.

  • Juan Diaz: A midfielder and the captain of the Argentinian Junior Youth team. He has techniques that he accumulated in street football and has physical abilities equivalent to a gymnast. He is a talented player who can set up the game to score goals.
  • Alan Pascal: A forward for the Argentinian Junior Youth team. Diaz and Pascal have been friends and played football together since they were five years old. He helps Diaz with the best combo plays.
  • Galvan: A defender for the Argentinian Junior Youth team. He contributes to the team with his powerful defence and utilises his physique, which is the best on the team, to dribble the ball.

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

Source: Bandai-Namco

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