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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 had already been confirmed for this fall on Switch in both North America and Japan. Today, Bandai Namco confirmed the same release window for Europe as well, as expected.

Along with today’s news, a bunch of screenshots were sent out showing Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 on Switch. View the full set below.

There’s been a somewhat confusing situation surrounding Namco Museum. The collection of games, announced for Switch, was revealed during a Nintendo Direct in April. In the presentation, Nintendo clearly states that Namco Museum is a digital title. That’s why it didn’t make much sense when boxart for the game surfaced. We’ve been trying to reach out to Bandai Namco, and may finally have an answer.

We did attempt to contact Bandai Namco in North America, but unfortunately did not receive a response. However, Bandai Namco Europe made things pretty clear to us. We were explicitly told that Namco Museum is a digital release.

That doesn’t explain why Bandai Namco went out of its way to create a boxart image. Still, despite that, we have no reason to believe it will be placed on store shelves.

It was recently made known that, in Japan, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 would be out this fall. Bandai Namco has since confirmed the same window for North America as well.

The publisher just tweeted:

We don’t have any news for Europe just yet. However, the game will almost certainly be dropping this fall in PAL regions as well.


One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition was confirmed for Europe earlier this week. Now we can say the same for North America as well.

Like in Europe, One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition will be out sometime in September. However, it’ll be a digital only title in the states. The good news is that Switch is region free, so if you’re interested in a physical version, you can import it from Europe.

News leaked out from V Jump earlier today that Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 launches for Switch in Japan this fall. Courtesy of Gematsu, we have the following overview in full detail:

New Systems

  • Ad-Hoc Co-Op Play – A first for the Dragon Ball Xenoverse series, using ad-hoc correspondence, you can play with up to six nearby players.
  • Ultimate Techniques with the Motion Sensor – For example, by using the Joy-Cons with both hands, you can trigger a “Kamehameha.”
  • Two-Player Joy-Con Battles – Battle against a friend on the same Switch using the two Joy-Con controllers.


  • Limited Time Bonus – Experience the “Time Patrol” main story from the first Dragon Ball Xenoverse.
  • For Early Buyers – A code to unlock the characters from the main story early. By using this code, you will have access to more than 70 characters from the start.

The latest issue of V-Jump finally shares an update on the Switch version of Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. According to the magazine, it’ll be out this fall in Japan (and in the west as well, we’d assume).

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will have six-person ad-hoc play, two-player battles using the Joy-Con controllers, and the ability to use Kamehameha through the motion sensor on Switch. Those who buy the game will also be provided with a code to unlock all playable characters from the main story of the previous game early.

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Bandai Namco officially revealed One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition today. More details have since emerged about the game through the announcement.

One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition will contain a total of 51 pieces of DLC from the original game, comprised of both costumes and quests. On Switch, it’s possible to play two-player co-op with the split Joy-Con setup. The game’s resolution has been increased to 1080p, and the frame rate has been raised as well (likely to 60 frames per second).

Today’s announcement also contains one other general tidbit. The original One Piece: Unlimited World Red has now shipped over one million units.

Bandai Namco issued the official boxart for One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition. Additionally, we have several screenshots as well below.

Hot on the heels of the game’s announcement last week, we now have the first trailer for One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition. The trailer gives a nice overview of the game’s world and gameplay mechanics. Check it out:


One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition was announed in the latest issue of Weekly Jump. ShonenGames now has a translated scan up, and in high quality to boot. See it below.


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