Nintendo Switch news (Sept. 23): Lost Sphear / Shin Megami Tensei HD Project

Today’s Nintendo Switch news: Lost Sphear getting a demo “soon”, but also…

  • Shin Megami Tensei HD Project
  • Attack on Titan 2
  • Umihara Kawase

Lost Sphear

During a livestream on the third day of the Tokyo Game Show 2017, Square-Enix announced that a demo version for Lost Sphear would be released “soon”. It will allow players to play through the beginning of the game, and then transfer the save data to the full game in order to keep playing from where they left off. Naturally, the demo for Europe and North America will most likely wait until next year.

Also, here’s the original soundtrack trailer (with said soundtrack releasing on November 22nd in Japan):

Lost Sphear (Switch) comes out on October 12th in Japan, and January 23rd in Europe and North America.

Source: GamesTalk

Shin Megami Tensei HD Project

During today’s Shin Megami Tensei livestream, Atlus announced that more details about the Shin Megami Tensei HD Project would be revealed on October 23rd. That just happens to be the same day as the Shin Megami Tensei 25th Anniversary Live – Chaos Side concert… definitely not a coincidence, as Persona Q2 was also announced at a similar concert (for Persona, obviously).

Shin Megami Tensei HD Project (Switch) does not have a release date yet.

Source: Persona Central

Attack on Titan 2

During a strage presentation at the Tokyo Game Show 2017, Koei-Tecmo finally announced on which platforms their second Attack on Titan game (logically called Attack on Titan 2) would be released. And it turns out that the Nintendo Switch is indeed getting it! It will be released next year in Japan and in the rest of the world.

The Upcoming Games page has been updated!

Source: Dengeki

Umihara Kawase

It’s via a poster displayed at the Tokyo Game Show 2017, on Success’ booth, that fans found out a new Umihara Kawase game was in the works and for the Nintendo Switch to boot. Well… the poster itself doesn’t mention Umihara Kawase, but the outline makes it pretty clear the cult-classic physic-based platformer series is back once again!

Source: Success (Twitter)


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