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Bandai Namco has just come out with a bit of an unconventional Switch game titled QuickSpot.

Japan originally received it last April. It’s a spot the difference puzzle game that “stimulates the brain and trains the eyes with fun games where players try to find mistakes, fit puzzle pieces, and uncover hidden objects in a gallery of creative images.” Other features include new game types, a new Party Mode, and various new illustrations.

New Pokemon Snap

Japanese magazine Famitsu previously published a developer interview for New Pokemon Snap. Two key people involved with the project participated in the discussion: Pokemon president Tsunekazu Ishihara and director Haruki Suzaki.

One of the early topics discussed is the game’s origins. At one point, Ishihara again explained that there were talks about bringing Pokemon Snap back for previous Nintendo consoles. However, the idea of taking photos isn’t as novel these days, “so it was a difficult concept to design an game around.”

Ishihara explained:

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Card Warriors

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot + A New Power Awakens Set made it to Switch a few months ago, but it was missing a notable feature in the form of Card Warriors. This had previously landed on other platforms in 2020 and was intended to be made available on Nintendo’s console as part of a free update this fall. Unfortunately, that’s no longer happening.

Bandai Namco confirmed not too long ago that Card Warriors has been delayed on Switch “due to an adjustment of the development schedule.” A new release window was not provided.

The full statement reads:

.hack//G.U. Last Recode physical

Bandai Namco will offer a physical “Begins Edition” for .hack//G.U. Last Recode on Switch in North America, the company has announced.

It took a bit of time, but the title was officially announced for North America today. The game previously had a confirmed release date of March 10 in Japan and Asia, with Europe following on March 11.

Bandai Namco and CyberConnect2 have unveiled a new Japanese trailer for .hack//G.U. Last Recode on Switch, showing off some gameplay and the physical Begins Edition. Check it out with the video below the break.

Dragon Ball Games Battle Hour 2022

Bandai Namco has announced Dragon Ball Games Battle Hour 2022, an online event broadcast worldwide featuring the latest news about manga, animation, video games, and action figures related to the franchise.

Several titles have already been confirmed for the show. The upcoming Switch title Dragon Ball: The Breakers will see the game producer playing and elaborating on the recently announced title. Other featured games include Dragon Ball FighterZ, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, Dragon Ball Legends, Dragon Ball Super Card Game, Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle, and Super Dragon Ball Heroes.

Disney Magical World 2 Enchanted Edition review

System: Switch
Release date: December 3, 2021
Developer: Bandai Namco / h.a.n.d.
Publisher: Bandai Namco

Due to expenses and geography, not everyone is able to visit Disneyland or Disney World, but thankfully video games have always made the company’s various characters and properties come to life right in your own home. This was especially true with the aptly named Disney Magical World when it released on 3DS years ago with an entry way not only into visiting a land known as Castleton, but running your own café within it that involved getting to know and throwing parties with some of Disney’s most famous characters. Disney Magical World 2, and by default its newly ported Enchanted Edition on Switch, essentially reworks the foundation of the previous game, but with a crisp new facelift and having all DLC packaged in. It’s a fantastic time that’s great for not only fans of Disney, but management sim fans as well.

Present Mic, who was confirmed for My Hero One’s Justice 2 last month, has just now joined the game. Players can access the character as a new piece of DLC.

Here’s some information about Present Mic:

Disney Magical World 2 Enchanted Edition gameplay

Disney Magical World 2: Enchanted Edition recently landed on Switch, and we now have some gameplay. Over a half hour of footage is in for your viewing pleasure.

If you’re interested in learning more about Disney Magical World 2: Enchanted Edition, check out the following overview:

Disney Magical World 2 Enchanted Edition trailer

Bandai Namco has gone live with a launch trailer for Disney Magical World 2: Enchanted Edition. This is based on the 3DS title, which first came to Japan in 2015 and the west in 2016.

Here’s a little bit of extra information about Disney Magical World 2: Enchanted Edition:

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