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Anonymous;Code announced for Switch

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Anonymous;Code is in development for Switch, Mages announced at the Chiyo-St. Live 2017 –Genesis- event in Japan today. It joins the previously-confirmed PlayStation 4 and PS Vita versions.

Anonymous;Code, a visual novel game, follows the story of the holy war of hackers. This will be the first entry from the Science Adventure series to find its way to a Nintendo platform.

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The latest issue of Famitsu has shared a listing of the top 30 best-selling games in Japan for the month of April 2017. You can check out the full results below.

The first trailer for Netflix’s Castlevania animated series aired this week. If that wasn’t enough, we also found out that the show begins on July 7.

In Japan, the news was accompanied with a new piece of art, which we have above. Does it look familiar? Take a look at this key art for the first Castlevania:


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Tying in with the launch of Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, French site Jeuxvideo spoke with three of the game’s developers. They are as follows:

– Masahiro Higuchi (Intelligent Systems), producer on Fire Emblem Echoes, Heroes and Fates
– Hitoshi Yamagami (Nintendo), producer on Fire Emblem Echoes, Fates and Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE
– Kenta Nakanishi (Nintendo), director on Fire Emblem Echoes

One portion of the interview touched on how Fire Emblem never ended up on Wii U, and the series has had a focus on 3DS over the past few years. Yamagami explained that the series has a “long history of home console games,” and it’s not primarily considered a handheld franchise. Nakanishi chimed in by saying Fire Emblem Switch will allow for something “completely different” while “breathing life into our characters like never before.”

Here’s the full excerpt:

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At the Digital Dragons event in Poland this week, Hirokazu Yasuhara hosted a special presentation. Yasuhara was a designer and director on various Sonic games.

We’ve already seen early Sonic the Hedgehog 2 map sketches, including a look at the cut Genocide City level. But as it turns out, those weren’t the only images Yasuhara shared. One shows that Sonic 2 was originally planned to have a time travel theme while another couple show design sketches from before Sonic 1. Take a look at the latest images below.


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