NIS America Announcement Round Up February 2018!

Late last week NIS America hosted a press event and with it announced a slew of new titles for release onto multiple platforms in the near future within Europe and America. So what exactly was announced? Well let’s take a look in our breakdown of the announcements! Read more of this post


Aperion Cyberstorm Now Available on Switch, Wii U and Steam

It has been a long time coming for the Bristol based development studio aPriori, as after several years of development the co-operative fast-paced arcade-style shooter Aperion Cyberstorm is now available to purchase for the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Wii U and Windows PC (via Steam). Read more of this post

PQube Games To Release Song of Memories onto PS4 & Nintendo Switch within Europe & America

UK based publisher PQube Games have today announced that they will be releasing Pure Wish & Future Tech Lab’s mystery themed visual novel onto the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in both physical and digital forms later this year within Europe and America. An English PC release, which will be published directly by the games developers, will also be made available worldwide later this year. Read more of this post

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 To Receive New DLC Content; Including Jiren

Late last week articles appeared in Japanese publications revealing that Jiren and Android 17 from Dragon Ball Super would be joining Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 as part of the Extra Pack 2 DLC Content; and today European Publisher have confirmed that the content will also be released within Europe. Read more of this post

PM Studios Releases Gameplay Trailer for MUSYNX on Nintendo Switch

Acttil, in partnership with developers PM Studios, have today released a brand new gameplay trailer for the music rhythm game known as MUSYNX  which is a brand new muisc game for the Nintendo Switch that is build-upon the success of the previously released mobile game of the same name. Read more of this post

Gal*Gun 2 Collector’s Edition Announced as Rice Digital Exclusive

PQube Games have announced, through partnership with Rice Digital, that a Collector’s Edition version of Gal*Gun 2 is now available to pre-order from the online store. This Collector’s Edition is known as the ‘Free Hugs’ Edition and, just like with the previous Gal*Gun release, will contain a variety of collectable content. Read more of this post

Baseball Riot to Release on Nintendo Switch This Week

10tons latest Nintendo Switch release will come in the form of Baseball Riot, a puzzle themed baseball game which will see players challenged to take down all opponents on screen within as little baseballs as possible. Read more of this post

SNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy & Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA Announced for Nintendo Switch

As part of the Nintendo Direct Mini, which took place yesterday afternoon, NIS America have announcd that they will not only be releasing Falcom’s Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA onto the Nintendo Switch, which was recently given a confirmed PC release date later this month, but the American based-publisher have also announced a partnership with SNK which will see a brand new fighting game, known as SNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy, being released onto the Nintendo Switch. Read more of this post

10tons To Release Azkend 2: The World Beneath onto Nintendo Switch This Week

After the ‘Christmas Day’ release of Sparkle Unleashed onto the Nintendo Switch 10tons ltd have now announced that Azkend 2: The World Beneath will be the next game to be released onto Nintendo’s hybrid console. Read more of this post

New Gameplay Trailers Released for Upcoming Bandai Namco Entertainment Titles

Although the year is slowly coming to a close publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment have opted to surprise us by providing a wide selection of new gameplay trailers for upcoming titles as well as a brand new title announcement. In this case new trailers for Code Vein, My Hero Academia, One Piece World Seeker and Black Clover have been released alongside the news of a brand new Pac-Man game for the Nintendo Switch. Read more of this post