Moero Crystal H Announced for Western Nintendo Switch Release

The ‘moero’ franchise continues to expand on the Nintendo Switch as Japanese developers Idea Factory and Compile Heart, in partnership with Hong Kong based publisher Eastasiasoft Limited, have announced that Moero Crystal H will be localised into English and released onto the Nintendo Switch digitally within Europe and North America. A physical version of Moero Chronicle H will also be available through Play-Asia in standard and limited edition variations. Read more of this post

Limited Run Games To Release Physical Edition of CLANNAD on Nintendo Switch in the West

Limited Run Games have recently announced a partnership with Sekai Games and Prototype in order to release a physical version of their Nintendo Switch game CLANNAD; a visual novel that was originally released digitally only in the west. Read more of this post

Megadimension Neptunia VII To Release Digitally on Nintendo Switch This Summer within Europe

Earlier in the year Idea Factory, rather surprisingly, stealth-launched a port of Megadimension Neptunia VII on to the Nintendo Switch digitally via the Nintendo eShop in Japan and now Western publisher Idea Factory International have announced that this Nintendo Switch port will also be localised and released digitally for the Nintendo Switch within Europe and North America later this year. Read more of this post

Langrisser I & II Demo Arrives This Week on Nintendo eShop and PlayStation Store

Those looking forward to trying out NIS America’s Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 release of Langrisser I & II will be excited to learn that a playable demo will be made available on the 20th February 2020 on both the Nintendo eShop and PlayStation Store. Read more of this post

Game Review: STEINS;GATE 0 (Nintendo Switch)

After being released onto the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita by PQube Games, and then later released onto STEAM via SPIKE CHUNSOFT, STEINS;GATE 0 makes its welcome debut on Nintendo’s hybrid console but how does this Switch version of the game fare from those previously released? Sadly we won’t know the answer; but let’s take a look at what it has to offer anyway. Read more of this post

Game Review: Sisters Royale: Five Sisters Under Fire (Nintendo Switch)

Sisters Royale: Five Sisters Under Fire brings us a vertical shooter like no-other; but is it any fun to play and how dies it compare amongst other titles in the genre? Let’s take a look and find out. Read more of this post

CRAYON SHIN CHAN The Storm Called Flaming Runner Launches Digitally on Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch seems to be coming the home of obscure Japanese IP related releases, especially with the universal digital approach it can take, and now a ‘free-runner’ styled game based upon the CRAYON SHIN CHAN (or Shin Chan) franchise has been released digitally onto the Nintendo eShop. Read more of this post

Ascendant Hearts To Release on Nintendo Switch Later this Month

Nintendo eShop listings in America, and Europe, have revealed that Ascendants Hearts, a visual novel developed by Visualnoveler, will be released digitally on the 30th January 2020 for £8.99. Read more of this post

European Release of Arc of Alchemist for Nintendo Switch Pushed Back to February

In a rather interesting turn of events publisher Idea Factory International have announced that the Nintendo Switch version of Arc of Alchemist, which was due to be released on the 31st January 2020 alongside the PlayStation 4 version, will now be released at some point during February 2020 within Europe. The North American release meanwhile will still continue to be released on the 31st January 2020 across both platforms. Read more of this post

Nurse Love Syndrome and Nurse Love Addiction Now Available Digitally Worldwide on Nintendo Switch

Those eagerly checking the Nintendo eShop this week on the Nintendo Switch, as well as following publisher DEGICA’s social media channels, would have noticed that the romance themed visual novel games Nurse Love Syndrome and Nurse Love Addiction were made available digitally on the Nintendo eShop. Read more of this post