Chorus Worldwide have announced that VASARA Collection will release in Japan on 14 November. The Nintendo Switch and Xbox One versions will be digital only with the PlayStation 4 version physical (box art added below). The collection includes both the shoot ’em up games Vasara and Vasara 2. Thanks to Naruki.
The Japanese box art for Omega Labyrinth Life for Nintendo Switch and Labyrinth Life for PlayStation 4. Both games release in Japan on 01 August 2019 with a multi-language Asian release also scheduled. Preorder the game(s) here and use the code JPNINTENDO for $3 off.
Super Converter for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch
Columbus Circle are releasing a Super Converter for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on 19 July which allows a PS4 Wireless Controller, Wii U Pro Controller, Wii Joystick, Wii Classic Controller, and Wii Pro Controller to be used on a Switch (and Switch controllers on a PS4). Preorder here and use the code JPNINTENDO for $3 off. Images added below…
The latest Famitsu data reveal that Nintendo Switch has outsold Playstation 4 in Japan. Nintendo Switch released on 03 March 2017 and has now sold 8,125,637 units where-as PlayStation 4 released on 22 February 2014 and has sold 8,077,756 units.
Spike Chunsoft have announced they will be publishing PixARK for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in Japan. The game is a sandbox title set in the ARK: Survival Evolved universe. It’s scheduled for a physical release in Summer 2019. More information will be in tomorrow’s issue of Weekly Famitsu with teaser scan added below.
Bandai Namco Entertainment finally revealed their DRAGON BALL GAME – PROJECT Z Action RPG and it’s coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam in 2019, not Nintendo Switch. The game is being developed by CyberConnect2. Check out the announcement trailer below…
Atlus today officially announced Persona 5R. The game is likely coming to PlayStation 4 with a PlayStation logo shown in the reveal. More news will be coming in March 2019. No news on a Nintendo Switch version. Teaser trailer added below…
Sony have announced that Fortnite cross-platform play starts today in open beta across PlayStation 4, Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows, and Mac operating systems. Thanks to naruki for the heads-up!
IGN interviewed Monster Hunter World director Kaname Fujioka who told them “We don’t have any plans for the Switch at the moment.” The game releases on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 26 January 2018.