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With Atlus preparing a new teaser trailer for Shin Megami Tensei V yesterday, Famitsu shared a new interview with Kazuyuki Yamai, who is leading development on the game. Although Yamai didn’t offer any gameplay specifics, he spoke with the magazine in general about topics like themes and keywords, as well as using Unreal Engine 4.

Gematsu translated the tidbits from the interview that have leaked online thus far. We’ve rounded them up below.

Square Enix released a new story-focused, English trailer for Lost Sphear titled “Restore the World”. See the video below.

The digital version of This is the Police is hitting Switch today digitally, with the physical version to follow in December. View a trailer for the game below.

If you’ve yet to secure a Super NES Classic Edition, you may want to try your luck at Toys “R” Us. Later this week, it’ll be restocked at the retailer.

Toys “R” Us published a tweet confirming that the SNES Classic Edition will be back in stock on Friday. Switch will be available, too.

Here’s the tweet:


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Nintendo has gone live with the North American commercial for Fire Emblem Warriors. Have a look at the advert below.

The English version of Nights of Azure 2 is now available. Check out an hour of footage showing the game on Switch below.

Arc System Works has announced World End Syndrome for Switch. A teaser website for the game went up earlier today, though it doesn’t reveal much. More details have come out since then (thanks to Gematsu for the translation). The game is described as a “love adventure” game. The protagonist moves to a town called Mikamachi, which is enclosed in a cove, where he meets several girls. Two have been revealed so far:

Atlus announced a new Shin Megami Tensei game for Switch way back in January. Then after many months of silence, the project resurfaced yesterday, and it was confirmed that the title is in fact Shin Megami Tensei V.

In this week’s Famitsu, it’s explained that Atlus decided to make Shin Megami Tensei V for Switch due to its playstyles. Players will be able to enjoy the story in HD on a television while also experiencing the game in portable or tabletop mode to put in the grind to level up and fuse demons at the comfort of your own bed.

Famitsu also confirms that Kazuyuki Yamai is leading the development team on Shin Megami Tensei V. He was previously the director of Shin Megami Tensei IV. Famitsu also notes that the concept is to look back and reflect on the characteristics of the times.

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Preview images for the latest issue of Famitsu have started popping up and they reveal a new game coming to the Switch. Developer Experience will make its debut on a Nintendo platform with the horror adventure game Death Mark. Development of the game is currently 80% complete, Famitsu reveals.

We will have more information once we have the full issue of Famitsu tomorrow.

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Attack on Titan 2 will launch in March 2018 for the Nintendo Switch in North America and Europe, so that’ll be another nice thing to look forward to next year. There are also a number of screenshots you can check out down below.

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