Daily news (May 13): Rune Factory 5 / World’s End Club

Today’s Daily news: latest video for Rune Factory 5 (showcasing the bachelors and bachelorettes), but also…

  • World’s End Club
  • Ys IX: Monstrum Nox
  • Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana (Game Trials, Japan)
  • Toy Soldiers HD
  • Tool Assisted Speedrun

Rune Factory 5

Here’s the latest video for Rune Factory 5, introducing the 12 bachelors and bachelorettes you can court in the game:

Rune Factory 5 (Switch) comes out on May 20th in Japan. No release date for Europe and North America yet, but the game is slated for a 2021 release in those regions.

World’s End Club

Here’s the latest video for World’s End Club, introducing the various characters (from the English version of the game, with English voice over!):

World’s End Club (Switch) comes out on May 27th in Japan, and May 28th in Europe and North America.

Ys IX: Monstrum Nox

Nippon Ichi Software have announced that they will release Ys IX: Monstrum Nox in Japan on September 9th. The press release confirms that the Nintendo Switch version of the game includes all the DLC released for the PS4 version.

Here’s tons of pictures for the game (screenshots + character artworks):

Ys IX: Monstrum Nox (Switch) comes out on July 6th in North America, July 9th in Europe, July 16th in Oceania, and September 9th in Japan.

Source: 4Gamer

Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana (Game Trials, Japan)

Nintendo have announced that the latest Game Trial for Nintendo Switch Online subscribers in Japan is Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana. Here’s the dates for the Game Trial and the special sale that runs alongside it:

  • Game Trial: May 17th (12PM JST) to May 23rd (5.59PM JST), already available for pre-download
  • Sale: May 17th (12PM JST) to May 30th (11.59PM JST)
  • Sale: 5 374 Yen instead of 7 678 Yen (30% off)

Here’s a promo video:

Source: Nintendo

Toy Soldiers HD

Accelerate Games and Signal Studios have announced that Toy Soldiers HD will be released this August in Europe and North America.

Here’s a trailer and some more details:

What makes Toy Soldiers HD overhauled, upgraded, and better-than-ever you ask? Well, besides improved single and multiplayer gameplay, which we look forward to revealing soon as we march toward a June release, the HD version will include never-before played content, enhanced HD graphics (hence the name), and improved camera and sound. All previously released DLC will be included in the campaign flow.

Like many tower defense games, you strategically build your defenses while plotting your counter offensives. But unlike other tower defense games, Toy Soldiers HD gives you the ability to experience the battle from both top-down perspective and third-person perspective. Watch the action unfold or jump feet first into the boots of an infantryman and race across the battlefield dodging artillery while using a flamethrower to burn your enemies to a crisp. Mount your horse and charge the enemy head on with your cavalry. Pilot bombers and drop shells that pockmark the field below or strafe your opponent using biplanes. Go hands-on howitzers and mow down the enemy. 

Toy Soldiers HD is the digital embodiment of our childhood imagination. Green plastic toy army men. First and third-person perspective. Single and multiplayer gameplay. Strategic action tower defense action. These ingredients help make Toy Soldiers HD a lot of fun to play. But I would be remiss if I didn’t mention one more thing….authenticity.

The game combines the authentic sights and sounds of WWI to create an immersive experience for you. Feel the mechanical rumble and hear the hard crunch of the ground underneath the treads of approaching tanks. Try to survive the last second scream of falling artillery bombardments. Duck behind cover when you hear the staccato of machine gun fire, or the approaching sound of biplanes.

Signal Studios has taken creative steps to add levels of authenticity and fun that will transport you back to a time when you still played with little green toy soldiers in your bedroom.

Toy Soldiers HD (Switch – eShop) comes out this August in Europe and North America.

Source: Accelerate Games PR

Tool Assisted Speedrun

Here’s the latest Tool Assisted Speedrun video for Nintendo platforms:

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