Boomerang Fu And More Coming to Japan
Six more Nintendo Switch localisations have been announced for Japan including the party game Boomerang Fu. Check out the full list below…
80’s OVERDRIVE is a 2D pixel art racing game, designed to take you back in time to when 8 and 16 bit consoles and arcade games ruled the world. Compete against opponents in career mode to unlock new races, buy new cars, and upgrade them with state-of-the-art technologies. 80’s OVERDRIVE was localised by Rainy Frog on August 6, priced at ¥800. Check out the trailer here.
Slice and dice your friends with boomerangs in this frantic physics party game. Join a crew of your favorite foods as you grill, chill and spill your enemies. Discover ridiculous power-ups and stack them together in deadly combinations. Boomerang Fu will be localised in Japan by Flyhigh Works, releasing on August 20, priced at ¥1,500. Check out the trailer here.
The classic first person shooter from the creators of Far Cry is back and for the first time on the Nintendo Switch platform with the action-packed gameplay, sandbox world, and thrilling epic battles you loved the first time around. Crysis Remastered released on the Japanese eShop on August 6 courtesy of Crytek and priced at ¥3,599. Check out the trailer here.
Kawaii Deathu Desu
In Kawaii Deathu Desu, supernatural beings find themselves incarnated as cute japanese idols! Pick a supernatural idol and beat the hell out of as many overzealous fans as you can in this addictive beat ’em up as you work your way up to claim the throne of the underworld! Kawaii Deathu Desu launches on August 20 by eastasiasoft for ¥500. Check out the trailer here.
Titan Glory is a sci-fi mech combat game with an emphasis on mech and weapon variety, multiple game modes, and spectacular combat arenas, with a total of 12 mechs to unlock and upgrade, and 12 player online matches. Titan Glory released on the Japanese Switch eShop on August 6 courtesy of Atypical Games, priced at ¥500. Check out the trailer here.
Zero Strain mixes MOBA elements with frenetic shoot’em up action in neon wireframe presentation set in a series of top-down arenas, where strategic use of offence and defence are critical to surviving each challenge. Zero Strain releases in the Americas / Europe on August 13 and in Japan on August 20 by eastasiasoft for $9.99 / €9.99 / ¥1,000. Check out the trailer here.