Daily news (March 3, Round 3): Clea 2 / Dynasty Warriors 9 Empires

Today’s Daily news: Clea 2 announced for the Nintendo Switch, but also…

  • Dynasty Warriors 9 Empires
  • Monken Crusher
  • Neko-sama no Shaso-kara no Dasshutsu
  • Harvest Moon: One World
  • Paladins

Clea 2

Sekai Games have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: Clea 2, a sequel to Clea (a scare-free survival horror game). It will be released on March 25th in Europe and North America, and will be playable in the following languages: English, Japanese, French, German, Spanish, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Brazilian Portuguese, Traditional Chinese.

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

Four years have passed since the Whitlock Mansion tragedy. Florine, a former maid, is determined to resurrect the person who means everything to her. To succeed, she must travel past the third dimension and into the realms beyond. Otherworldly horrors lie in wait, but Florine is determined to soldier on. This, after all, is her final chance at redemption.

  • Skill-focused horror: Clea 2 is primarily a test of skills. Enemies roam the halls dynamically in real-time, reacting to the players’ every noise. Clea is a challenging title, rewarding those who have mastered its mechanics.
  • No jump scares: Clea 1 was a jump scare free experience, and the tradition continues here in this sequel.
  • Replayability: Unlockable costumes/galleries/difficulty modes, multiple endings and even an arcade feature. Plenty of reasons for Florine to revisit her journey.
  • Fully voiced: Every cutscene is fully voiced. Please enjoy the cast’s performance as we sink deeper into Clea’s lore than ever before.

Clea 2 (Switch – eShop) comes out on March 25th in Europe and North America.

Source: Nintendo

Dynasty Warriors 9 Empires

Koei-Tecmo have announced that Dynasty Warriors 9 Empires has been delayed to an unspecified date (it was previously slated for an Early 2021 release). The extra development time will be used to deliver the best game possible to player, with a new release window to be announced at a later date.

Here’s a message from the developers, along a screenshots from the opening movie:

Dynasty Warriors 9 Empires (Switch) does not have a release date yet.

Source: Koei-Tecmo (Twitter)

Monken Crusher

Pygmy Studio have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: Monken Crusher, releasing on March 18th in Japan for 999 Yen.

Here’s a trailer and some screenshots:

Monken Crusher (Switch – eShop) comes out on March 18th in Japan.

Source: 4Gamer

Neko-sama no Shaso-kara no Dasshutsu

Regista have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: Neko-sama no Shaso-kara no Dasshutsu, releasing on March 18th in Japan. It’s now available for digital pre-order for 490 Yen (regular price from March 30th: 990 Yen).

Here’s some screenshots:

Neko-sama no Shaso-kara no Dasshutsu (Switch – eShop) comes out on March 18th in Japan.

Source: Nintendo

Harvest Moon: One World

Here’s the launch trailer for Harvest Moon: One World (now available in North America):

Harvest Moon: One World (Switch) comes out on March 5th in Europe.

Paladins

Here’s the latest video for Paladins:

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