Daily news (October 18): Obakeidoro / Genso Manège

Today’s Daily news: sales milestone and retail release for Obakeidoro in Japan, but also..

  • Genso Manège
  • Harvest Moon: Mad Dash
  • Tokyo 2020 Olympics: The Official Video Game
  • Nintendo Switch Lite


Free Style have announced that Obakeidoro has now sold over 40 000 units. To celebrate, they have announced two things:

  • a special sale on the Nintendo eShop in Japan: the game now costs 1 364 Yen until November 4th
  • a retail release, slated for December 19th. This edition costs 2 980 Yen, and comes with a pair of earphone (first-print bonus) and a set of bonus items.

Obakeidoro (Switch) comes out at retail on December 19th in Japan. The Upcoming Games page has been updated!

Source: Gamer

Genso Manège

mages. have announced that Genso Manège will be released on January 30th, which means it will miss the 2019 release window initially announced for it. Two editions will be available:

  • regular: 6 800 Yen (6 000 Yen on the Nintendo eShop)
  • Limited Edition: 10 800 Yen

Here’s a couple of illustrations:

Genso Manège (Switch) comes out on January 30th in Japan.

Source: 4Gamer

Harvest Moon: Mad Dash

Natsume have shared some more details about Harvest Moon: Mad Dash, this time focusing on the multiplayer component. Click here to learn more about it!

Here’s some more screenshots:

Harvest Moon: Mad Dash (Switch) comes out on October 29th in Europe and North America, and November 15th in Europe (retail).

Tokyo 2020 Olympics: The Official Video Game

Today, the latest set of top athletes was added as guest opponents in Tokyo 2020 Olympics: The Official Video Game. Here’s some pictures for the two of them:

And here’s some making of videos:

Tokyo 2020 Olympics: The Official Video Game (Switch) comes out in 2020 in Europe and North America.

Source: 4Gamer

Nintendo Switch Lite

Here’s pictures of a stand for the Nintendo Switch Lite from Columbus Circle, which allows you to charge both the console and a pair of Nintendo Switch Pro Controllers (price: 2 310 Yen, out in December in Japan):

Source: Gamer


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