Daily news (October 15, Round 4): Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate / Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy

Today’s Daily news: latest trailer for Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate, but also…

  • Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy
  • Digimon Survive
  • Shing!
  • Tabé-o-ja
  • Transformers: Battlegrounds

Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate

Here’s the latest trailer for Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate, revealing a new playable character: Rain (also included in the Kombat Pack 2):

As the son of the god Argus, Edenia’s divine Protector, Rain wields a magical power allowing him to harness water and lightning, open dimensional rifts to a previously unknown water realm and even liquefy himself to avoid attacks. He is also equipped with a deadly katar to slash and stab opponents as he fights for his place in Edenia’s pantheon.

Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate (Switch) comes out on November 17th in Europe and North America.

Source: Warner Bros. PR

Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy

Koei-Tecmo have confirmed that Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy will be released on January 26th in North America. They have also shared the latest set of details for the game, along with some screenshots in English:

In Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy, Ryza is not only joined by returning fan-favorites like Lent Marslink and Tao Mongarten, she also meets a number of new characters who will help her throughout her adventure. Inside the Academy District café, Ryza meets a young woman by the name of Zephine Baudouin. Zephine manages the request bulletin board inside the café, and the bulletin board becomes a key part of Ryza’s day-to-day exploits – it’s used by citizens of the Royal Capital to post jobs ranging from delivering materials to defeating monsters – and as Ryza completes these tasks, she will be compensated with monetary rewards, materials, and even Skill Points. Other intriguing characters inside the Royal Capital include the talented blacksmith and engraver, Dennis Holland; shopkeeper and former acquaintance from Kurken Island, Romy Vogel; and farmworker Cassandra Cappelli, whose father owns an obscene amount of fruitful land inside the Royal Capital’s Farming District.

As Ryza and friends embark on their journey, they encounter enemies and monsters throughout the land, and madness and mayhem ensue. Parties now include 3 battle members and 1 sub-member, and all heroes will now be aided in the game’s exhilarating real-time tactics battles thanks to the ability to build up Action Points and Core Charge. As party members build up Action Points, characters will be able to unleash multiple Skills in a row via a Skill Chain. By using the Skill Chain ability, the power of all skills increases as well as the amount of Core Charge gained in each attack – the function needed in order to also use items – enabling you to unleash devastating attacks like throwing waves of bombs! In addition, by using skills your gauge fills up and after it exceeds a specific amount, your Tactics Level increases. As your Tactics Level increases, the amount of times your regular attacks hit also increases, and Action Points begin to build up quicker. If your Tactics Level reaches the max, you can activate a special technique: The Fatal Drive!

Along with the new gameplay and character details, KOEI TECMO also revealed that gamers who pre-order physical versions of Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy at select retailers will receive the “Beware of Puni!” and “Blue Puni Costume” t-shirt DLC for Ryza! In addition, gamers who purchase a physical or digital copy of Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy during the first two weeks of release will receive an Early Purchase Bonus code for the Summer Fashion Costume Set. Gamers who have save data from Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout will also be able to unlock the Classic Costume Set, including outfits for Ryza and her friends from the previous title.  

Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends & the Secret Fairy (Switch) comes out on December 3rd in Japan, January 26th in North America, and January 29th in Europe.

Source: Koei-Tecmo PR

Digimon Survive

Bandai-Namco have confirmed that Digimon Survive has been delayed to 2021, with the next update about the game not coming before this Spring.

Here’s the message from Kazumasa Habu (Producer):

Digimon Survive (Switch) comes out in 2021 worldwide.

Source: Bandai-Namco (Twitter)

Shing!

Here’s a Japanese trailer for Shing!:

Shing! (Switch) comes out on December 17th in Japan. No release date for Europe and North America yet.

Tabé-o-ja

Here’s the latest videos for Tabé-o-ja, with:

  • the latest trailer
  • the latest animated video

Tabé-o-ja (Switch) does not have a release date yet.

Transformers: Battlegrounds

Heads up for players interested in Transformers: Battlegrounds: the Digital Deluxe Edition is now available for pre-purchase on the Nintendo eShop, in both Europe and North America. There’s a 10% off discount to take advantage.

Transformers: Battlegrounds (Switch) comes out on October 23rd in Europe and North America.

Source: Outright Games PR


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