Daily news (October 27, Round 3): Mad Rat Dead / Ghostrunner

Today’s Daily news: latest trailer for Mad Rat Dead, but also…

  • Ghostrunner
  • Ova Magica
  • Genshin Impact
  • Bake ‘n Switch
  • Clea

Mad Rat Dead

Here’s the latest video for Mad Rat Dead:

Mad Rat Dead (Switch) comes out on October 29th in Japan, October 30th in Europe and North America, and November 6th in Oceania.


All in! Games have announced that the Nintendo Switch version of Ghostrunner has been delayed to November (it was initially slated for an October 27th release, alongside other platforms). In Japan, the game will be published by H2 Interactive.

Here’s the latest trailer and some more details for the game:

Awaken as a Ghostrunner, a blade-wielding warrior with unprecedented agility, and ascend humanity’s sole remaining tower city. Defy death by leaping across buildings, running on walls, and launching to new heights with the Gapjammer grappling hook. With the guidance of an enigmatic A.I. known as the Architect, uncover the Ghostrunner’s past and overthrow the tyrannical Keymaster.

Each one-hit-one-kill showdown rewards precise reflexes and white-knuckle courage. Instant respawns and generous checkpoints turn impossible odds into empowering encounters. Enter the Cyber Void to unlock new abilities, like Tempest—a short-range concussive blast—and Surge, a horizontal beam projectile killing all foes in its path. Unleash these new skills on a vengeful journey complemented by Daniel Deluxe’s intense synthwave soundtrack.

Ghostrunner (Switch – eShop) comes out in November in Europe and North America. No release date for Japan yet.

Source: All in! Games PR

Ova Magica

Here’s a teaser video for Ova Magica, showcasing the Spooky Moon Festival:

Genshin Impact

Here’s the latest video for Genshin Impact:

Genshin Impact (Switch – eShop) does not have a release date yet.

Bake ‘n Switch

Here’s the latest livestream recording for Bake ‘n Switch, showcasing the upcoming Bun Solo mode (out on October 29th):


Sekai Games have revealed the second exclusive costume for the Nintendo Switch version of Clea: Sena-chan’s stewardess outfit (Sekai Project’s mascot).

Here’s what it looks like:

Clea (Switch – eShop) comes out on October 30th in Europe and North America.

Source: Sekai Games (Twitter)


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