Espgaluda II coming to Switch in September
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Live Wire and Cave brought Mushihimesama to Switch back in June. Next month, the companies will be following up with another shoot ’em up game.
Espgaluda II is planned for a September 9 release on Switch, it’s been revealed. Much like Mushihimesama, it will be offered through the eShop.
Espgaluda II first debuted in arcades back in 2005, and the title has appeared on a few different platforms since then. We’ve included a trailer for the decade-old Xbox 360 version below.
Mushihimesama Switch footage
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Switch owners can pick up the bullet hell shooter Mushihimesama thanks to a surprise release from Live Wire and Cave yesterday. View some footage in the video below.
Mushihimesama is live on the Switch eShop. We have more on the game here.
Mushihimesama gets surprise release on Switch
Posted on 3 months ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop | 0 comments
Cave and Live Wire have announced the surprise release of Mushihimesama, a fantasy bullet hell shooter. It’s out now on the eShop.
Here’s the full announcement and a trailer:
ESP Ra.De. Psi debut trailer
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M2 today issued the first trailer for ESP Ra.De. Psi, which is coming to Switch in Japan at the end of 2019. View it below.
ESP Ra.De. Psi heading to Switch in Japan on December 19
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Earlier this year, we heard that the shoot ’em up title ESP Ra.De. would have an M2 ShotTriggers release on Switch. It’s now been confirmed that the game will arrive in Japan on December 19 as ESP Ra.De. Psi.
ESP Ra.De. Psi will cost 6,800 yen at retail and 4,500 yen on the eShop. For 9,800 yen, fans can purchase a limited edition that includes a copy of the game, 100-page art book (with new interviews and more), soundtrack, ESPer stickers, and an instruction card. All first-print copies will also contain a “Road to ESPer” strategy guide for beginners.