Daily news (March 26, Round 2): Monster Hunter Rise / Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town

Today’s Daily news: first set of paid DLC for Monster Hunter Rise, but also…

  • Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town
  • Genso Minna de Spelunker
  • Project MIKHAIL
  • Melty Blood: Type Lumina
  • Hotel Life

Monster Hunter Rise

Monster Hunter Rise is now available worldwide, and so is the first set of paid DLC: the Value Pack. It includes Hunter Layered Armor Pieces, Palico/Palamute Layered Armor Sets, Gestures/Pose Sets, Face Paints, Hairstyles, Hunter Voices, and Cohoot Outfits. You can check out all the details on this page.

Here’s a video showcasing all the content from the first set of paid DLC:

Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town

Marvelous have announced that Story of Seasons: Pioneers of Olive Town has already shipped over 700 000 units worldwide. That number includes retail units shipped to retailers, and sales on the Nintendo eShop.

Source: Marvelous PR

Genso Minna de Spelunker

Tozai have announced their latest ghame for the Nintendo Switch: Genso Minna de Spelunker, releasing on July 15th in Japan. Several editions will be available:

  • Regular (retail): 3 300 Yen
  • Regular (digital): 2 640 Yen
  • Limited Edition (retail): 7 480 Yen
    • Figurine
    • Soundtrack CD
    • Leafleft

Here’s a trailer and some pictures:

Genso Minna de Spelunker (Switch) comes out on July 15th in Japan.

Source: Famitsu

Project MIKHAIL

aNCHOR have announced a game for the Nintendo Switch: Project MIKHAIL, a tactical mech battle action game. It will be released this August in Japan.

Here’s some footage from December 2020 and some screenshots:

Project MIKHAIL (Switch – eShop) comes out in August in Japan.

Source: Gamer

Melty Blood: Type Lumina

Delightworks have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: Melty Blood: Type Lumina, a 2D fighting game based on the world of “Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon-“. It’s developed by French Bread, and it will be released later this year worldwide. It will be playable in the following languages: Japanese, English, Chinese (simplified and traditional), and Korean, with Japanese voices.

Here’s some details and some pictures (character artworks and screenshots):

“MELTY BLOOD: TYPE LUMINA”, based on the world of “Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon-“, TYPE-MOON’s long-form romantic visual novel, is slated for release in 2021. With a story by Kinoko Nasu and new character designs by Takashi Takeuchi (both of TYPE-MOON), “MELTY BLOOD: TYPE LUMINA” is a 2D fighting game that allows players to utilize the skills of characters from “Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon-” in combat. The 2D characters also feature in animated battle scenes.

The new game is developed by French-Bread, the creative collective involved in the original “MELTY BLOOD” series. While staying true to the distinctive features of the classic “MELTY BLOOD” games, “MELTY BLOOD: TYPE LUMINA” has been built from the ground up for the modern gaming landscape, with features including support for HD visuals and a rebuilt fighting system.

Over 10 playable characters will be featured, with each character offering a unique and diverse range of attacks and moves. Each character has a total of 10 different color schemes, and players even have the option of setting up their own custom colors.

Single-player modes are Story, Time Attack, and Survival. In Story mode, players will control their selected character through a series of must-win fights, and witness story events that are unique to that character. Try beating your fastest fight in Time Attack mode, or see how many battles you can endure before your limited health runs out in Survival mode.

While carrying over the classic features of the “Melty Blood” series, the new game’s battle system has been rebuilt from the ground up. Features include the “Rapid Beat” system, which allows players to execute combinations with repeated presses of the attack buttons. Actions and systems that make use of new resources are also planned for inclusion.

Melty Blood: Type Lumina (Switch) comes out later this year worldwide.

Source: Delightworks PR

Hotel Life

Nacon have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: Hotel Life, a hotel manager simulation developed by RingZero Game Studio. It will be released on August 26th in Europe and North America.

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

Set in an idyllic location, Hotel Life – A Resort Simulator is the most enchanting game from NACON’s new Life label. But don’t let the delightful setting distract you from your goal: building and running the best hotel, and, of course, ensuring customer satisfaction.

As hotel manager, you will have to make the right decisions: locating your buildings in the best places, tastefully furnishing and decorating the rooms, providing an attractive program of activities… Then, budget permitting, you’ll be able to upgrade your resort by installing additional bungalows, a swimming pool, and maybe a spa. It’s up to you to make the right decisions to make sure your resort is as attractive as possible.

Is your growing resort getting too big for you to handle on your own? Hire a receptionist, bartender, and masseur, then manage your team to ensure they are as effective as possible.

In Hotel Life, you’re more than just a manager. You also need to roll up your sleeves to clean the rooms, prepare meals and pick up new arrivals from the airport. Finishing these tasks involves meticulous and precise gameplay.

Your guests’ holiday is your job. And as each guest is unique with unique requirements, it’s up to you to provide a range of activities at your complex to keep them satisfied and get the best possible Internet reviews.

Finally, Hotel Life has a Career Mode that gives players scripted missions and events. In this mode you complete objectives that become increasingly difficult as you progress, to the point where even the most experienced hotel managers would struggle to achieve them. And if you just want to admire your hotel and the idyllic environment, Waiting Mode is for you. In this mode, you enjoy a day off.

Take a peek behind the scenes of your dream holiday and make sure your guests enjoy an unforgettable stay in Hotel Life – A Resort Simulator.

Hotel Life – A Resort Simulator is a hotel simulator that takes you behind the scenes of an idyllic holiday destination. Players manage the day-to-day running of the hotel, increase its reputation and support guests as expertly as possible from check-in to checkout, while ensuring they are kept entertained through a variety of daily activities.

Hotel Life (Switch) comes out on August 26th in Europe and North America.

Source: Nacon PR

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