Today’s Daily news: aerial footage of Super Nintendo World in Japan, but also…
- Electro Ride: The Neon Racing
- Arcade Archives Green Beret
- Pokémon GO
Super Nintendo World
Here’s some aerial footage of Super Nintendo World in Japan:
Super Nintendo World is set to open this Spring in Japan.
Electro Ride: The Neon Racing
Ultimate Games have shared some details and the list of key features for Electro Ride: The Neon Racing:
Players can expect, among others, a dynamic driving model, vehicles and race tracks inspired by Eastern Bloc countries, multiple game modes and an original synthwave soundtrack.
The cars are modelled on vehicles developed in the 20th century in Eastern Bloc countries, including the Polish People’s Republic, East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria and the USSR. The creator of the game emphasizes that motoring fans shouldn’t have any problems with recognising the inspirations behind the neon speed demons. The tracks themselves are also based on cities which belonged to the communist sphere of influence in the years 1945-1989 (including Warsaw, East Berlin, Prague, Sofia and Moscow).
Electro Ride: The Neon Racing offers the players several very different game modes. The main one is the extensive story mode, which takes approximately 4 hours to complete on the easiest difficulty setting. In this mode, the players compete in various types of races, and from time to time they have to face a boss. Additional modes are also available, including time attack, last man standing, and ghost race. Electro Ride: The Neon Racing also features split-screen multiplayer.
- a neon-filled racing madness;
- an alternative, retro-futuristic reality;
- 21 different cars;
- varied game modes (including story, time attack and last man standing);
- 20 race tracks located in the countries of the Eastern Bloc;
- split-screen multiplayer;
- an original synthwave soundtrack.
It will be playable in the following languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese.
Electro Ride: The Neon Racing (Switch – eShop) comes out on November 27th in Europe and North America.
Here’s some more details for Foreclosed:
FORECLOSED is a narrative-driven action-shooter set in a Cyberpunk world. Follow the story of Evan Kapnos in this sleek comic book styled game, discover how losing your identity is all too possible. Diving into the action, players will take control of brain implant abilities, hi-tech weaponry, and enhance their abilities via a diverse skill tree system. Taking inspiration from the Deus Ex and Max Payne games along with Frank Miller’s graphic novel Hard Boiled, a vibrant sci-fi setting comes to life with interactive cutscenes and transitions inspired by graphic novels.
Foreclosed (Switch – eShop) does not have a release date yet.
Source: Merge Games PR
Flyhigh Works have announced a set of paid DLC for Deemo, featuring some tracks from DJ MAX Respect. It comes out on November 26th worldwide, and costs 3.99€ / $3.99 / 400 Yen.
It includes the following tracks:
- glory day (DEEMO Arr.)
- Far East Princess (DEEMO Arr.)
- OBLIVION (DEEMO Arr.)
- Heart of Witch (DEEMO Arr.)
- Nightmare (DEEMO Arr.)
And here’s a trailer for this DLC:
Arcade Archives Green Beret
Here’s the latest livestream from Famitsu, showcasing Arcade Archives Green Beret (now available in Japan):
Arcade Archives Green Beret (Switch – eShop) comes out on November 26th in Europe and North America.
Niantic have shared some details about the various Events and other things planned for December in Pokémon GO:
- December Research Breakthrough encounter
- The Legendary Pokémon Kyurem returns to raids, and Mega Abomasnow arrives in Pokémon GO
- Pokémon Spotlight Hours
- Double Catch XP bonus ends Thursday, December 31, 2020, at 11:59 p.m. local time
- More exciting feature updates
Check out this page for all the details!