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The Team Skull Crash Course event in Pokemon Masters has just been released, bringing with it the new Sync Pairs of Guzma & Golisopod and Plumeria & Salazzle.

This story event focuses on these Sync Pairs as well as expanding on the new feature of using Travel Tokens to traverse on the Event Map. Each player can also expect 150 Gems to be rewarded to them when they log in for the new event.

Feel free to check out the full list of content added in this update from the first source below.



Dragalia Lost launched its 1.5-year anniversary celebration today and there is a lot of new content coming with it. Several summoning events are live simultaneously as well as new log-in bonuses, campaigns, and stickers.

All of the new content is listed below and feel free to check out the source for more details and the dates of their availability. 

Mary Skelter Finale

Very recently, the 3D dungeon crawler Mary Skelter Finale was announced for Switch. Now, the latest issue of the Japanese magazine Dengeki PlayStation has confirmed the release for the console versions of the game. 

Both the Switch and PS4 version will be released on August 27 in Japan and will cost 8,030 yen to download from the eShop. There will also be a 10,560 yen limited edition available for the game’s launch.

The magazine issue also mentioned there will be six playable protagonists in the game, many of which are returning characters. 


In 2018, developer Netmarble announced that the mobile RPG Seven Knights was being ported to Switch. Now, after a couple years of silence on that announcement, the developer has released a new trailer for a Switch game called Seven Knights: Time Wanderer. 

Seven Knights: Time Wanderer is to be an “alternate story” to the original and it follows the travels of a protagonist named Vanessa, who is the eight member of the Seven Knights. The game is set to release on Switch in June for Japan but there has been no clear confirmation of an English release at this time. 

You can check out the short trailer below.


Update: Bumped to the top. A western release of April 2 is now confirmed. We’ve swapped in the trailer below for an English version.

Original: Recently, Onion Games announced that an upcoming content update would bring a full sequel to Dandy Dungeon: Legend of Brave Yamada on Switch. This update has now been given a release date of April 2, 2020 in Japan.

The announcement comes with a trailer for the new game which is available to view below.

No release date has been given to the US/EU release at this time.

Fire Emblem Heroes has just dropped its Summoning Event for “Regal Rabbits,” which brings back four special variants of heroes in bunny costumes. The first summon for this event will not cost any orbs. 

Additionally, the Fire Emblem Heroes Twitter page announced that it will be conducting maintenance in preparation for its April update. The maintenance will prohibit anyone from accessing the game and will last from 4 PM and 8 PM PT on March 30. 


In the wave of new content that has been released for Dragalia Lost today, Cygames has also included a story interlude for Chapter 12: Destruction and Domination.

The story mission takes place a few days before the events that transpire in Chapter 12 and provide a completely new story segment for players to enjoy.

The full details of this mission are included in the source below.



More materials and enemies have arrived in Dragalia Lost Void Battles.

These new enemies include the water-attuned Cerulean Ghost and flame-attuned Catoblepas Fotia and new materials can be obtained as limited timed rewards for defeating these enemies. New weapons can be crafted from these materials, so make sure to check out the new update.

The full patch notes as well as more specifics for Void Battles are included in the source below.


A new summon showcase just went live for Dragalia Lost, boosting the rates for 4 star and 5 star dragons during summoning.

The exact rates are available below as well as a source to view the portraits for each featured dragon, including Konohana Sakuya, Vayu, and Corsaint Phoenix.

Dragalia Lost has just announced that it will be bringing a special Dragalia Digest video to the Nintendo Mobile Youtube Channel on March 24 at 8pm PT. The video presentation is in honor of the game’s 1.5-year anniversary and it will include information about the upcoming game version 1.18.0 as well as other details on new content.

Make sure to tune in when the video drops and check out the full announcement in the official Dragalia Lost Tweet below.

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