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NIS America has readied a new God Wars: The Complete Legend trailer that servers as a general overview and introduction to the game. We have it below.

God Wars: The Complete Legend will be out on September 4 in North America and August 31 in Europe.

NIS America has published a new video for the legend-based RPG The Lost Child. Watch the “Are you fallen angels?!” trailer below.

The Lost Child gameplay trailer

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NIS America has prepared the latest trailer for The Lost Child with a focus on gameplay. It highlights the dungeons, demons, and characters you’ll encounter along your journey. Have a look at the video below.

Famitsu held a live stream earlier this week in which a bunch of footage from God Wars: The Complete Legend was shown. For the full recording, check out the video below.

NIS America has gone live with a new “Astrals” trailer for its upcoming Switch title The Lost Child. We have the video below.

Japanese God Wars boxart

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Kadokawa Games has posted the Japanese boxart for God Wars: Great War of Japanese Mythology. We have it attached above.

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In addition to lots of new info about the game and its Japanese release, Kadokawa Games also released the first trailer for God Wars: The Complete Legend today. Give it a watch:

God Wars: The Complete Legend officially now has a release date in Japan. The game will launch both physically and digitally for Switch, and other systems on June 14 in Japan and will cost 5,980 yen. The game will also come with a Limited Edition which we have the details from Gematsu.


A 7,980 yen limited edition will also be available, which includes the following:

  • Outer Box – An outer box with designs of Takeyasu Sawaki’s monster illustrations.
  • Japanese Mythology Guidebook – A 200-page guidebook filled with elements that make up the God Wars series, including artwork, scenarios, and messages from the developers
  • . >Soundtrack – A soundtrack with 20 songs from composer Nitta Takashi, including the previous title’s theme song, “Toki o Koete” sung by Fuyumi Sakamoto, as well as the main theme, battle background music, main character image songs, and more. The new theme song for God Wars: The Complete Legend is also featured.

  • Kaguya, Sakuya, and Iwanaga Brush-Written Charms – Special charms with “prayers” written by Saori Hayami, Haruka Yoshimura, and Hyo-sei, who play the three goddesses Kaguya, Sakuya, and Iwanaga.
  • God Wars Dai Kanshasai Application Ticket – A ticket to apply to attend the God Wars Dai Kanshasai fan event that will be held in the Tokyo Metropolitan area on July 14. The event will feature Orihime voice actress Yuu Serizawa, as well as God Wars PR ambassadors Moa Tsukino and Shou Karino, and more wonderful guests. New information about the God War series may also even be announced!
  • Early purchases for either edition of the game will include ema straps featuring illustrations Orihime and Kame. Included with the straps is a download code to get strong equipment useful in the beginning of the game. The straps and equipment differ per version:

  • Switch Version
  • Orihime Ema Strap
  • “Orihime Good-Luck Charm Set” Product Code – Includes “Crane Short Sword,” “Crane Hagoromo,” and “Crane Treasure”
  • In North America and Europe, NIS America will release God Wars: The Complete Legend for Switch both physically and digitally this fall.

    NIS America announced two more games for Switch this week. The Lost Child and God Wars: The Complete Legend are coming to the system this year, with limited editions planned for each.

    First up, The Lost Child Limited Edition includes the following:

    God Wars: Great War of Japanese Mythology was recently announced for Switch in Japan. It’s now confirmed for a western release, courtesy of NIS America.

    Kadokawa’s tactical RPG will release for Switch in the west under the name “God Wars: The Complete Legends”. It’s slated for North America and Europe this fall. For more information and the overseas announcement trailer, continue on below.