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Forward to the Sky, a a third-person action adventure, heads to Switch later this week. View some footage in the video below.

Forward to the Sky launches for Switch on February 25.

Cosen and Animu Games have set a launch date for Forward to the Sky, an upcoming action-adventure puzzle-platformer for Switch. A release is planned for February 25, 2021 worldwide.

Here’s an overview of Forward to the Sky, along with a trailer:

Previously set for a 2020 release, Forward to the Sky will now see its arrival on Switch in the early 2o21 release window. Additionally, the same tweet that informed us of the delay has also given some insight for the voice casting: Tamako Miyazaki will voice the protagonist Princess, Megumi Sakuragi will voice the Witch and Crystal, and lastly,  Mao Amatsuka will sing the theme song.

For those who wish to see the game in action, per Gematsu it will be playable at upcoming game events such as Digital Games Expo 2020, which will take place on November 29 in Akihabara, Tokyo. You can check out our previous coverage of the title here, which includes an overview and trailer for the game.

A physical version of Fight of Gods is on the way to Japan, Cosen and Digital Crafter have announced. It will launch on December 31 for 2,970 yen.

Here’s a trailer for the game:

Cosen is bringing the third-person action-adventure title Forward to the Sky to Switch, the company announced today. It’s due out later in 2020.

We have the following overview and trailer for the game:

Cosen today provided an update on the new online and local multiplayer functionality for Panty Party. The two features will arrive via an update on February 6, the company announced.

Here’s a trailer:

New functionality is heading to the Switch battle action game Panty Party in early Spring 2020. Online multiplayer will be supported for individual and 2 vs. 2 fights along with local multiplayer.

Here’s a trailer showing off the features:

The bizarre Panty Party is getting a free update later this year, developer Cosen announced. This will add local multiplayer functionality to the game, adding free-for-all and 2 vs. 2 battles plus other features.


Cosen has revealed that it will be bringing Sea King Hunter to Switch next month. A specific release date in September has not yet been confirmed.

Here’s a brief overview of Sea King Hunter:

Play-Asia has opened pre-orders for the physical version of Panty Party. It’s exclusive to the retailer, meaning other stores won’t be carrying the product.

Panty Party is available as a standard version or limited edition. If you opt for the limited edition, you’ll receive: