Daily news (October 7, Round 2) – Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity / Super Nintendo World

Today’s Daily news: latest trailer for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity (+ Nintendo Treehouse Live), but also…

  • Super Nintendo World
  • Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit
  • Robotics;Notes Double Pack
  • The Language of Love
  • Sniper Elite 4

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity

Here’s the latest trailer for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity:

Also, Nintendo have announced a new Nintendo Treehouse Live presentation. It will showcase Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, but also Pikmin 3 Deluxe. It will be livestreamed later today, at the following time:

  • Europe: 7PM
  • UK: 6PM
  • North America (ET): 1PM
  • North America (PT): 10AM
  • Japan: 2AM (October 8th)

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity (Switch) comes out on November 20th worldwide.
Pikmin 3 Deluxe (Switch) comes out on October 30th worldwide.

Source: Nintendo (Twitter)

Super Nintendo World

It has been announced that the Super Nintendo World theme park at Universal Studios Japan is now scheduled to open in Spring 2021. It was originally supposed to open before the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, but then Covid-19 arrived and both the Olympics and the opening of Super Nintendo World were delayed.

Fans in Japan will be able to get an early taste of Super Nintendo World with the Mario Café & Store, set to open on October 16th. It will be located at the Hollywood Area of Universal Studios Japan.

Here’s some pictures:

Source: Nintendo

Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit

Here’s another commercial for Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit:

Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit (Switch) comes out on October 16th worldwide.

Robotics;Notes Double Pack

Here’s the latest trailer for Robotics;Notes Double Pack:

Robotics;Notes Double Pack (Switch) comes out on October 13th in North America, and October 16th in Europe.

The Language of Love

Ratalaika Games have announced their latest game for the Nintendo Switch: The Language of Love, a kinetic Visual Novel developed by ebi-hime. It will be released on October 30th in Europe and North America, for 9.99€ / £11.99.

Here’s a trailer, some details, the list of key features, and some screenshots:

The Language of Love tells an enderaring romance story between two unlikely characters. After his mother gets into an accident, Tanimura Mitsuki has to put his life and education on hold. He lives with his parents in the sleepy countryside for five years, helping them run their humble family business — while the rest of his friends leave home, and leave him behind. When Mitsuki finally leaves the nest, he’s twenty-three years old, and woefully behind with his studies. If he wants to get accepted into university, he’ll need to re-learn everything he was taught during high school, and then some.

Mitsuki moves from the country to Tokyo to attend a rigorous cram school, with the hopes of passing his university entrance exams next spring. He soon finds, however, that his other classmates treat him like a social outcast, being the oldest at his school by far. It proves impossible to make friends, and Mitsuki consigns himself to an isolated, lonely existence…

That is, until he meets the single mother, Himuro Kyouko, who just-so-happens to live in the same apartment complex as him. Mitsuki offers to help Kyouko babysit her daughter, Tama. Kyouko, in turn, helps Mitsuki study for his upcoming exams. Over the course of a year, the two bond — first, as friends, and then as something more.

  • Around 80,000 word kinetic story (approx 5-6 hours of reading)
  • Detailed background and character art
  • A custom OST
  • Daily messages from Kyouko, the story’s heroine
  • A cute single mother!

The Language of Love (Switch – eShop) comes out on October 30th in Europe and North America.

Source: Ratalaika Games PR

Sniper Elite 4

Here’s the latest video for Sniper Elite 4:

Sniper Elite 4 (Switch) does not have a release date yet.


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