Bokura no School Battle Bundle Available

SAT-BOX have just published Bokura no School Battle + Motto Asoberu Pack Set on the Japanese Switch eShop priced at ¥1,900 (it’s available for ¥1,710 until April 7) and which contains the base Bokura no School Battle (Our School Battle) game and the three new mini-games: snowball fight, rubber band gun, and unicycle race. The DLC is available separately for ¥550 (again reduced until April 7, to ¥495) with the base game priced at ¥1,450.

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Bokura no School Battle DLC

SAT-BOX have announced that Bokura no School Battle will be receiving a “Motto Asoberu Pack” DLC pack on March 12 adding three new mini-games: snowball fight, rubber band gun, and unicycle race. Bokura no School Battle is available now on the Switch eShop priced at ¥1,450. A demo is also available. Introduction video for the new content added below…

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Bokura no School Battle Preload

SAT-BOX’s upcoming mini-game collection Bokura no School Battle (literally “Our School Battle”) is now available to preload on the Japanese Switch eShop priced at ¥1,305 (the regular price is ¥1,450), supporting Japanese language only, and requiring 298 MB. The game launches in Japan on 19 December and is a digital only release. Bokura no School Battle features 14 schoolyard mini-games for up to 4 players. Japanese trailer added below…

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Bokura no School Battle Dated

SAT-BOX have announced that the party game collection Bokura no School Battle (literally “Our School Battle”) will release on the Japanese Switch eShop on 19 December priced at ¥1,450. Bokura no School Battle includes 14 schoolyard and classroom mini-games for up to four players. Introduction video added below…

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SAT-BOX Announce Two New Switch Games

Japanese studio SAT-BOX have announced two new games for Nintendo Switch release with the pictured Keshigomu Otoshi Battle Royale (Battle Royal Eraser) scheduled for Winter 2019 release and Bokura no School Battle (Our School Battle) scheduled for December. Both titles will be exhibited at the Tokyo Game Show next month.

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