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Following on from the first video from two weeks ago, FuRyu posted a second overview video for Beyblade Burst: Battle Zero for Nintendo Switch (in Japanese):

FuRyu has released a new trailer for their upcoming Switch RPG Work x Work, showing off some gameplay:

Beyblade Burst: Battle Zero launches for Switch in Japan. For a look at the boxart, check out the image above.


FuRyu is giving us a new look at its Switch RPG Work x Work with a battle group meeting video. We’ve included the brief footage below.

FuRyu released an overview video for their upcoming Switch game Beyblade Burst: Battle Zero, giving us a look at the game’s controls, gameplay and some Beys, of course:

Work x Work is featured in this week’s issue of Famitsu with a new batch of details. We learn a bit about the staff room, new characters, and DLC plans.

Here’s the roundup, courtesy of Siliconera:

A couple of months ago, the new RPG Work x Work was announced for Switch. There’s some notable talent on the team, including Nobuyuki Inoue – who was the director of Mother 3.

In a recent issue of Famitsu, the magazine published a lengthy developer interview. Inoue along with Nobuhiro Imagawa (graphics), Tsukasa Masuko (sound), Takahiro Yamane (development director), and Takuya Yamanaka (producer) talked about the project’s origins, why it’s on Switch, the gameplay, and much more.

FuRyu recently announced Pikachin-Kit: Game de Perameki Daisakusen for Switch, launching November 8th in Japan for 5,980 yen. Some additional information was provided about the upcoming title:

FuRyu prepared the first trailer for its new Switch RPG Work x Work. You can view the video below.

Work x Work is launching October 4 in Japan.

Work x Work is seeing a slight delay. Originally planned for September 27, it will now release on October 4.

FuRyu did not explain why Work x Work has been pushed back.