Today’s Daily news: Tsuri Spirits Nintendo Switch Version in Famitsu this week, but also…
- Dragon Quest X
- Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of Fujisawa
- Tennis World Tour
Tsuri Spirits Nintendo Switch Version
This week, Tsuri Spirits Nintendo Switch Version will be featured in the latest issue of Famitsu magazine, which will have details about the modes only found in the Nintendo Switch version of the game, as well as the control scheme that makes use of the two Joy-Cons. There’s also details about the story with the Kappa brothers, the tournament mode (playable with up to 4 players), and the medals you can collect.
Here’s the preview pictures:
The latest issue of Famitsu magazine comes out on Thursday in Japan (effectively this morning/afternoon in North America and Europe respectively).
Tsuri Spirits Nintendo Switch Version (Switch) comes out on July 25th in Japan.
Dragon Quest X
Square-Enix have revealed a new expansion for Dragon Quest X, called Ibara no Miko to Horobi no Kami (lit. The Maiden of Thorns and the God. It will be released later this year on all platforms:
- Nintendo Switch: retail (but only with download code inside the box) + digital
- Wii U: digital-only
- Nintendo 3DS: no separate release, since the game runs via the Cloud
Here’s some pictures:
Dragon Quest X: Ibara no Miko to Horobi no Kami (Switch, Wii U, 3DS) comes out this year in Japan. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!
Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of Fujisawa
Here’s the latest character profile for Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of Fujisawa, introducing Mikoto Sasaki:
Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of Fujisawa (Switch) comes out on May 31st in Europe, and June 4th in North America.
Tennis World Tour
Oizumi Amuzio have announced that the additional content for Tennis World Tour corresponding to the Roland-Garros Edition will be released on May 23rd in Japan (same day as Europe and North America). The following DLC sets will be available:
- Roland-Garros Pack (2 500 Yen)
- Rafael Nadal: 850 Yen
- Kristina Mladenovic: 850 Yen
- Stadium Pack: 1 750 Yen
- Stade Roland Garros
- Court Simonne-Mathieu
- Court Suzanne Lenglen
- Caja Mágica
Here’s a trailer and some screenshots:
Tennis World Tour: Roland-Garros Edition (Switch) comes out on May 23rd in Europe and North America. DLC releasing on the same day worldwide.