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Rime dev diary #4

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Grey Box published the fourth and final developer diary for Rime. In it, Tequila Works dives into the deeper meanings and themes surrounding the experience. Check out the full video below.

GameFly has posted the North American Attack on Titan 2 boxart. Unsurprisingly, it’s using the same art as its Japanese counterpart. Check out the boxart above.


My Nintendo is celebrating this week’s announcement of Pokemon Crystal for the 3DS Virtual Console with new rewards. Discounts have been added in addition to a wallpaper.

On the discount front, you can save 30% on Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team (Wii U) for 140 Platinum Points. There are also 30% discounts on Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team (Wii U) and Pokemon Trading Card Game (3DS) for 20 Gold Points each.


Yosuke Matsuda, the president of Square Enix, has spoken quite a bit about Switch as of late. Matsuda recently said that the company is interested in bringing past titles to the system, and noted how it’s “a very attractive and important platform”.

Matsuda had even more to say about Switch in an interview with The Telegraph. First, when asked how Switch has changed how Square Enix looks at developing and designing games, he said:

This week’s Switch eShop charts are as follows:


1. Xenoblade Chronicles 2
2. Rocket League
3. Super Mario Odyssey
4. Stardew Valley
5. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
6. Overcooked: Special Edition
7. Zelda: Breath of the Wild
8. Nine Parchments
9. Enter the Gungeon
10. Human: Fall Flat
11. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
12. Minecraft: Nintendo Switch Edition
13. Resident Evil Revelations 2
14. Uno
15. Splatoon 2
16. Yooka-Laylee
17. I Am Setsuna
18. Sonic Mania
19. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle
20. Resident Evil Revelations

Source: Switch eShop


We have more news about Dragon Quest Builders for Switch, which just received a release date of March 1 in Japan.

First up, here’s a new trailer out of Jump Festa:

Square Enix has also confirmed that a demo for Dragon Quest Builders will go live on the Japanese eShop beginning February 1.

At Jump Festa 2018 today, Bandai Namco debuted the first teaser and footage for My Hero Academia: One’s Justice. We have both videos below.

The new Switch version of Dragon Quest Builders will launch in Japan on March 1, Square Enix announced today. The news was just shared during the Dragon Quest Builders – Builders School Winter Course with Switch Version Demonstration at Jump Festa 2018.

Square Enix will be offering the following early purchase bonuses:

– Slime Eye and Slime Mouth recipes
– Slime Lamp recipe (Amazon Japan)
– King Slime Lamp recipe (Ion)

Nintendo will also be publishing Dragon Quest Builders on Switch in the west in Spring 2018. We wouldn’t be surprised if a release date was announced in the near future with a similar timeframe as the Japanese release.

A few new games out came out this week on the various eShops. If you’re interested in checking out what’s new in screenshot form, take a look at the gallery below.

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood was first created for Xbox One, and now it’s heading to Switch. Check out a video below showing how the two versions compare.

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