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Experience has shared a new trailer for Mon-Yu, its dungeon RPG for Switch. Get a look at the video below.

Mon-Yu is due out on July 15 in Japan. A western release has not yet been announced.

Following this week’s reveal in Famitsu, Kadokawa Games and Cattle Call have shared the first teaser trailer for its dungeon RPG Demon Gaze EXTRA. We’ve included it below.

Demon Gaze EXTRA launches for Switch in Japan on September 2. Access the official website here.

Kadokawa Games’ RPG Demon Gaze will be arriving on Nintendo Switch in Japan in the form of an enhanced port. Demon Gaze EXTRA boasts features like upgraded graphics and production, improved controls, and the possibility of more content after clearing the main story. With this port being handled mostly by Cattle Call, fans can rest assured with the supervision of original developer Experience. Demon Gaze initially launched for PS Vita in January 2013 in Japan, followed by April 2014 in North America and Europe. As of now, a Western release window has not been announced.

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Experience has dated Mon-Yu, its new dungeon RPG for Switch. The game will release for Switch in Japan on July 15. Pricing is set at 5,980 yen.

Experience also confirmed plans to distribute a demo prior to launch featuring the first level of the “Demon King Tower” dungeon in which the game is set to completion, including the boss battle. Players will be able to transfer progress to the full version.

A couple of other tidbits were shared as well. Demon Gaze character portraits for your Mon-Yu characters, designed by Tetsu Kurosawa, will be available as free downloadable content until August 19. Additionally, the eight classes are confirmed to be Warrior, Knight, Martial Artist, Samurai, Ninja, Gunner, Priest, and Mage.

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Experience has shared the boxart for Mon-Yu, which we have above. The game launches this summer in Japan.

The official name was previously announced as “Monster wo Taoshite Tsuyoi Ken ya Yoroi wo Te ni Shinasai. Yuusha Tai ga Maou wo Taosu Sono Hi wo Shinjiteimasu”. It has since changed to become even longer. Experience now says the name is “Monster wo Taoshite Tsuyoi Ken ya Yoroi wo Te ni Shinasai. Shindemo Akiramezu ni Tsuyoku Narinasai. Yuusha Tai ga Maou wo Taosu Sono Hi wo Shinjiteimasu”. Mon-Yu remains the short version.

Experience announced its new dungeon RPG Monyuu for Switch last week. During a new “EXP Channel” live stream today, fresh information was shared as well as first actual gameplay.

Here’s the full roundup of tidbits, courtesy of Gematsu:

Experience just announced Monyuu, an upcoming dungeon RPG for Switch. A release is planned for this summer in Japan.

Monyuu is actually the official abbreviation for the full title, which has the lengthily name “Monster wo Taoshite Tsuyoi Ken ya Yoroi wo Te ni Shinasai. Yuusha Tai ga Maou wo Taosu Sono Hi wo Shinjiteimasu”. It translates to “Defeat Monsters to Get Strong Swords and Armor. We Believe in the Day the Heroes will Defeat the Demon Lord.” in English.

NIS America has shared a launch trailer for the dual launch of Saviors of Sapphire Wings/Stranger of Sword City Revisited. View today’s video below.

Saviors of Sapphire Wings/Stranger of Sword City Revisited is out on Switch today both physically and digitally.

Saviors of Sapphire Wings / Stranger of Sword City Revisited arrives on Switch this week. For a look at some footage, check out the video below.

Saviors of Sapphire Wings / Stranger of Sword City Revisited launches physically and digitally on March 16.

NIS America and Experience have released a new trailer for Saviors of Sapphire Wings/Stranger of Sword City Revisited that details various features. View it below.

Saviors of Sapphire Wings/Stranger of Sword City Revisited is due out for Switch in North America on March 16 and Europe on March 19.