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We knew that Phantasy Star Online 2 Cloud would be launching for Switch in Japan sometime in 2018. SEGA has now narrowed things down a bit further, confirming a release window of Spring 2018.

SEGA has shared the following information:

– No time-consuming downloads and constant updates since everything is on a cloud server
– Runs at 30 frames per second, but there may be lag depending on network conditions
– A stable Internet connection is required to play
– The Switch version cannot play quests with models outside of the PC version
– All accounts use the same SEGA ID, so Arks Cash and Star Gems can be shared across models
– Can switch between models as you please as long as you are not logged in at the same time

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SEGA sent out a ton of new details and screenshots for Valkyrie Chronicles 4 today. The update covers the world, characters, battle system, and classes.

Gematsu was able to translate all of the new information. For a roundup of everything released today, continue on below. 

This week’s issue of Famitsu has the latest information about Valkyria Chronicles 4. Along with several characters, the magazine has information about the Brave system.

Here’s the full rundown, courtesy of Gematsu:

Sega has put some more information about Valkyria Chronicles 4 on their website pertaining to the world and a couple of characters. You can check out the information below as translated by Gematsu.

Following the announcement of Valkyria Chronicles 4, SEGA posted an official interview. Producer Kei Mikami was brought in to talk about the project.

Mikami spoke about a few different topics pertaining to Valkyria Chronicles 4. These include when development started, what makes this entry different from past titles, the new Canvas system, and more.

You can read the full Q&A with Mikami below.

SEGA issued free “Sanic” T-shirts for Sonic Forces just a short while ago. Get a closer look at the DLC in the video below.

Shortly after Sonic Forces launched, dataminers found that the game had “Sanic” T-shirt content hidden away. It has now officially arrived as free DLC.

Head on over to the Sonic Forces eShop page, and you should quickly see that the DLC can be downloaded. SEGA says that the T-shirts, available for your custom character, feature “beautifully rendered art, and virtual threads organically grown on the snowing peaks of Mt. Fuji many years ago.” At least they’re having fun with it, right?

Source: Switch eShop

New Valkyria Chronicles 4 details

Posted on 3 weeks ago by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 16 Comments | 0 Likes

Last night, SEGA unveiled Valkyria Chronicles 4. New details have already come in from this week’s issue of Famitsu.

Gematsu translated some of the tidbits that have leaked out so far. Here’s what we know:

Update: First screenshot, art, and gameplay details added below.


Original: Valkyria Chronicles 4 is in development and is coming to Switch, SEGA has revealed. The game is launching on Nintendo’s console in Japan in Spring 2018, with the overseas release taking place sometime next year as well.

We have the announcement trailer below:

When a new game launches, fans tend to pick apart the files and codes in hopes of finding hidden secrets. That’s exactly what happened this week with Sonic Forces. Dataminers went to work and found a couple of interesting things that could be added to the game in the near future.

First, a “Sanic” t-shirt has been found. Sanic has become a meme over the years after one fan drew his interpretation of the character in the Windows Paint app. It would be… interesting to see that design in Sonic Forces, to say the least.

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