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NIS America has issued the launch trailer for Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories, which is out today. We have the video below.

System: Switch
Release date: April 7, 2020
Developer: Granzella
Publisher: NIS America


Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories, the franchise’s first entry in the west in over a decade, puts players right down into a city that’s been struck by a 7.0+ magnitude earthquake that brings catastrophic damage over the area, injuring and trapping many people. Now with nowhere to go and everyone in hysterics, environmental awareness is key as you make your way to safety avoiding any other disasters that may come your way. Disaster Report 4 does well to set the tone and give players freedom of choice when it comes to helping others and doing what it takes to survive, but for everything it does well on the surface, it’s the performance that gets hit hardest, causing the Switch version to be a disaster of its own.

Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories launches for Switch in the west on April 7. Check out some early footage in the video below.

NIS America has detailed its DLC plans for Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories.

A number of uniforms and outfits will be entirely free. On top of that, there will be a few paid accessories. Epilogue Part 1 and Part 2 are included with the full game, so it sounds like no purchase is necessary.

Here’s the full DLC breakdown: 

NIS America has announced that fans can try out Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories with a new demo. It’s up on the Switch eShop and can be accessed from the official store page.

The full release of Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories is set for April 7.

Source: NIS America PR

NIS America today announced the western release date for the survival game Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories. It’s set for release on April 7, 2020 in North America, Europe, and Oceania.

Here’s an overview of Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories, along with a trailer:

Granzella has issued a new R-Type Final 2 trailer featuring the start scene for the TW-3B Blue Symphonies ship in R-Type Final 2. Check it out below.

R-Type Final 2 is tentatively planned for December 2020.

Granzella is letting fans try out Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories early with a new demo available on the Japanese eShop. As long as you have a Japanese Nintendo Account, it can be accessed on any Switch system.

Here’s some footage:

Granzella has shared a new gameplay video for R-Type Final 2 based on its build at the Tokyo Game Show earlier this month. Have a look at it below.

Famitsu has posted some new off-screen footage of R-Type Final 2 from TGS 2019. View the gameplay video below.