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Yesterday, Nintendo published a demo for Dragon Quest Builders 2 on the North American and European Switch eShop. View some footage of the download below.

Japan isn’t the only region with access to God Eater 3’s new demo. Over in North America, the same trial can be downloaded. The demo is located on the official game page on the eShop.

Here’s some footage:

God Eater 3 launches for Switch on July 12.

Thanks to TDude73 for the tip.

Bandai Namco will release a demo for God Eater 3 in Japan, the company announced today. A release is planned for June 27. Along with the ability to access the character editor, players will be able to take on a few missions. No word yet on if/when the demo will be distributed outside of Japan.

God Eater 3 launches for Switch in Japan on July 11. The rest of the world will be able to play the title one day later.


A demo for Dragon Quest Builders 2 will be made available on June 27, Nintendo has announced.

The full game arrives on July 12. In case you missed it, we have a new E3 2019 trailer here.


The side scrolling shoot-em-up Devil Engine launched on Switch earlier this year. A few years ago, a new “Ignition” expansion was announced. What you may not have known is that a demo for the DLC is hiding in the original game itself.

The demo can be easily accessed by inputting a button combination on the main menu and using a particular code. Below are the full instructions:

God Eater 3

Bandai Namco held a live stream for God Eater 3 today in which the first actual footage from the Switch version was shown. You can view the full recording below.

During the stream, it was announced that God Eater 3 is getting a demo on Switch, complete with local multiplayer support. Bandai Namco has yet to confirm when it’ll be available.

A new set of details and screenshots are in for Ninja Box. Today’s update covers the enemy organization Bukkowa Company, in addition to its three secret employees. We also have the news that a demo for the game has been made available in Japan.

Here’s the full roundup, courtesy of Gematsu:

Koei Tecmo has announced that a demo for Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle will be distributed in Japan on April 26. Of course, it can be found on the eShop. Those who play the demo can bring over benefits to the full version.

Attack on Titan 2: Final Battle’s demo has not yet been confirmed for the west. However, there’s a good chance that Koei Tecmo will be offering it in North America and Europe soon as well.


Umihara Kawase Fresh! received a demo on the Japanese Switch eShop today. Nicalis will be publishing the game in the west this summer (and probably the demo as well), but if you want to get an early look, you may want to give it a try. That’s because English is fully supported despite only being available in Japan at this time.

Footage of the demo has already popped up online. Over an hour of gameplay can be found in the video below.

Nintendo has announced a new Splatoon 2 Special Demo. It goes live on the eShop today, and can be played for a week starting tomorrow morning.

Even if you have Splatoon 2, you may want to download the demo regardless. For one thing, users will be emailed a seven-day free trial for Nintendo Switch Online. If you don’t have Splatoon 2, you’ll be able to save 20% during the demo period.

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