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Voez is currently being sold only as an eShop title. However, it was announced today that a physical version is coming to Japan. A release is planned towards the start of 2018.

One big addition in the physical release is support for Switch’s TV Mode. Voez only supports handheld play at present, but you’ll be able to play with a controller as opposed to the touchscreen. Other unnamed features are also planned.

Voez has sold over 40,000 units to date on Switch. That number accounts for sales in North America, Europe, and Japan.


Deemo ended up on the Japanese Switch eShop today. Fortunately, the western release isn’t too far behind.

Circle Entertainment has confirmed that Deemo is launching on September 28 in both North America and Europe. Controller support and DLC will also be released later.


Flyhigh Works has revealed a concrete release date for Deemo, their upcoming rhythm game on Switch. It will launch on the Japanese eShop next week, on September 21st, for 3,000 Yen. It will feature over 200 songs, with additional songs coming via free DLC this Winter.

A Western release has not yet been confirmed, but with the Switch being region-free, you can just grab it off the Japanese eShop if you don’t want to wait. Here’s a new trailer for the game:

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Update: The demo should be out tomorrow in other regions, based on this tweet from Circle Entertainment:

Original: A demo for the rhythm game Voez has gone live on the Japanese Switch eShop. It takes up 141MB of space, and has a few songs to try out. English speakers should be able to play through the demo without any issues.

Flyhigh Works announced a new 1.2 update for Voez early today. When downloaded, players will have access to twelve new songs.

It’s unclear if and when the Voez demo will be published outside of Japan. The eShop does update tomorrow, so there’s a possibility we’ll be getting some news then.

Source: Switch eShop

A new update is going out for the Switch eShop game Voez. Once applied, players will have access to twelve new songs.

Find the trailer for Voez version 1.2 below. It provides a look at the newly-added songs.

Quest of Dungeons has already appeared on both Wii U and 3DS. Next week, it’s joining Nintendo’s latest platform as well.

A listing on the Japanese eShop shows that Quest of Dungeons will release on August 10 for 800 yen. We expect that an overseas launch will be taking place soon as well.

Here’s a trailer for the new Switch version:

Source: Switch eShop

Kamiko’s sales have surpassed 110,000 units, according to Circle Entertainment co-founder and CEO Chris Chau.

48 percent of the Switch game’s sales were from America. Europe and Australia is next at 27 percent, followed by Japan at 25 percent. Kamiko has been on sale for roughly three months in Japan and 2.5 months elsewhere. While the US is the biggest market so far, “the Eastern market still has a lot of users we can’t ignore.”

Chau told Nintendo Life:

“We are usually thinking about why some local titles perform better than Western titles in Japan, and we think most of the reasoning comes back to game pricing, localization and local PR. Of course it’s case by case, but regardless I think the Eastern market deserves attention from developers. Also we know many Chinese gamers may purchase a Switch from Hong Kong, so we’ve suggested to the developers that they should consider a Chinese language pack.”

Skipmore, who developed the game, is now working on Picontier. It’s targeted for release this year.


Rhythm game Voez was one of the surprise launch titles for the Switch back in March. On June 1st, the game will receive its first major update. Patch 1.1 will bring with it a total of 18 new songs. Watch the video below to see a preview of all of them:


Alchemic Dungeons trailer

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Alchemic Dungeons, set to release in Japan next week via the 3DS eShop, has received a new trailer. Get a look at the video below.

Circle Entertainment has already confirmed plans to localize Alchemic Dungeons. We should be seeing it in North America and Europe sometime after the Japanese release.

Flyhigh Works and Circle Entertainment want to let us know how difficult their new rhythm game for Switch can be. That’s why we’ve got a new video about Dark Witch Music Episode: Rudymical that shows how the difficulty modes will vary from easy to lunatic. It’d be better not to underestimate the more advanced stages.

Check out the video below:


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