Daily news (March 11, Round 4): A-Train: All Aboard! Tourism / Maglam Lord

Today’s Daily news: trailer and screenshots for A-Train: All Aboard! Tourism, but also…

  • Maglam Lord
  • Pile Up! Box by Box
  • MotoGP 21
  • Kengakimi for S
  • Kitaria Fables

A-Train: All Aboard! Tourism

Here’s a trailer and some screenshots for A-Train: All Aboard! Tourism:

A-Train: All Aboard! Tourism (Switch) comes out on March 12th worldwide.

Source: 4Gamer

Maglam Lord

Here’s the latest character trailer for Maglam Lord:

Maglam Lord (Switch) comes out on March 18th in Japan.

Pile Up! Box by Box

Here’s a trailer for Pile Up! Box by Box, along with more details and the list of key features:

Pile up ticks all the right boxes as a family-friendly cooperative 3D platformer for 1 to 4 players! Jump up, slide down, play together and carry the load! Coordinate with your friends or rely on your own creativity to navigate a colorful cardboard world full of uniquely joyful levels, where you encounter the friendliest boxes you have ever seen!!

  • Pile-up on each other!
  • A joyful adventure for 1 to 4 players!
  • Drop-in and out at any time with dynamic challenge rescaling.
  • Explore crazy colorful cardboard worlds.
  • Mini-games for you to enjoy with your friends!
  • Multiple box-items to try out, easy to learn but hard to master!
  • Unlock even more toys to have fun with!
  • Customize your own Boxling with individual skins.

Pile Up! Box by Box (Switch – eShop) does not have a release date yet.

MotoGP 21

Here’s some footage for MotoGP 21:

MotoGP 21 (Switch) comes out on April 22nd in Europe and North America.

Kengakimi for S

Rejet have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: Kengakimi for S. It will be released on June 24th in Japan, with two editions available:

  • Regular (retail, digital): 7 480 Yen
  • Limited Edition (retail): 13 200 Yen
    • Limited Edition box with brand new illustration
    • Cloth poster featuring the same illustration as the one on the box
    • Booklet
    • Drama CD
    • Theme Songs CD

Here’s a trailer and a couple of pictures:

Kengakimi for S (Switch) comes out on June 24th in Japan.

Source: 4Gamer

Kitaria Fables

PQube have shared some more details for Kitaria Fables:

Armed with sword, bow and spell book, fight against a rising darkness threatening the world of Kitaria Fables. Adventure through wildlands, dungeons and more in search of relics and resources, tend to your farm, craft provisions, gear, and new spells to take on quests solo or with a friend in co-op mode!

Unrestricted by class, customise and change your load out as often or as little as you like! Burn your enemies from a distance, cut them down where they stand with your sword or trust in your arrows to fly true.

With a real-time battle system and classless combat, kit your loadout with swords, bows and magic in any way that suits your environment, enemies, and unique play style! Use resources to craft magic, weapons and armour that compliment your favourite way to play.

Embarking on your quest for the very first time, the mysterious and notorious Sage Alby reluctantly shares wisdom from an ancient spell book, introducing you to the lost art of magic.

Harness the elements of fire, water and wind, learning the old ways of a magic outlawed by The Empire long ago! With a huge range of skills to learn, collect ‘spell spheres’ to trade with the Sage to unlock new spells.

Kitaria Fables features local co-op, and remote play via Steam! Team up with a friend, double your firepower and face the dark creatures & dangerous enemies of the wildlands.

Balance your party with the highly customisable loadout and combat mechanics; from sending in a point-blank heavy hitter while casting spells from afar, to flanking enemies hard with two close range bruisers, and more – the choice is yours!

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

Source: PQube PR


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