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It’s unclear when exactly Lethal League Blaze will be available for Switch in the west, but the game did receive a release month in Japan today. The Japanese release is set for July, with a physical version following in September. Pricing is set at 2,000 and 3,500 yen respectively – the physical edition includes an unspecified bonus.

Here’s an overview of Lethal League Blaze, along with a trailer:

Weekly Shonen Jump will have “surprising news” about Dragon Quest next month, the magazine has teased. Information will be published in the issue releasing June 10.

Square Enix has one upcoming Dragon Quest game in Dragon Quest XI S, so it could be related to that. Of course, it could also be something else entirely. We’ll just have to wait and see, but we should be finding out what’s being teased here soon.


THQ Nordic has shared a new Switch-specific trailer for Battle Worlds: Kronos. Have a look at the video below.

Battle Worlds: Kronos launches for Switch on June 11.

Level-5 has released quite a few new details on Yo-Kai Watch 4, as well as some new screenshots. We’ve rounded up the details below (credit goes to Gematsu for the translation):

First up, Level-5 has detailed the recently announced GeGeGe no Kitaro collaboration in Yo-kai Watch 4. The collaboration takes the form of a side quest, which has the Yo-kai Detective Team meet up with Kitaro and help him look for Medma-Oyaji, who has gone missing.

Konami released an overview trailer for Jikkyou Powerful Pro Baseball today, showing off a variety of gameplay modes, multiplayer, the amiibo functionality and more:


BitSummit, the annual Japanese indie game festival, is coming up pretty soon. It’ll be held on June 1st and June 2nd at Kyoto International Exhibition Hall Miyako Messe. While obviously not a indie developer themselves, Nintendo will nonetheless have a booth at BitSummit and exhibit some games from their indie partners. Today, they announced the first three games they’ll be showcasing, with more to be revealing in the coming days: Untitled Goose Game, Slay the Spire and Cuphead. Additionally, a wide variety of already released indie titles on Nintendo Switch will be playable at the Indie World Café booth.

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The latest Fire Emblem: Three Houses character to be introduced on the game’s official Twitter account is Raphael of the Golden Deer. The son of a merchant family, he’s had a rough life as he lost his parents in an accident. He is nonetheless a very optimistic person. All he worries about is the cafeteria menu and how he can bulk up even more. However, it seems he has little interest in attending classes. He is voiced by Takaki Ootomari.

Here’s a brief clip of him talking to Byleth:


The very first wedding-themed Summoning Focus is back in Fire Emblem Heroes. Bridal Blessings will be available until June 24, allowing you to summon special versions of Lyn, Caeda, Cordelia and Charlotte.

The 14th and latest Fishing Tourney is now live in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. 

The event is set to run until May 29th, with players having until May 30th to pick up any rewards that they may earn. This time around, the festivities are set to occur at Salt Water Shores.

Images of the event and rewards can be viewed below.

Intragames has announced that they will be releasing a physical version of Super Cane Magic ZERO in Japan on August 29th.

In addition, it is teased that pre-orders for this version will come with a “secret special bonus” and Switch-exclusive content. No other details on this were shared, however.

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