Lapis li Abyss third trailer
Posted on 6 months ago by Devin(@Sonicb00m111) in Switch, Videos | 0 comments
With a little over a week until launch in Japan, Nippon Ichi has revealed yet another new trailer for Lapis li Abyss.
The chibi-style action RPG is slated to land on Switch in Japan on November 29. Fans can get a look at all the cute and chaotic action the game will bring in the trailer below.
Lapis li Abyss second trailer
Posted on 8 months ago by Matt O'Keefe(@matt_okeefe) in Switch, Videos | 0 comments
Nippon Ichi Software just shared the second trailer for its upcoming chibi-style Action RPG Lapis li Abyss. The game arrives on Switch in Japan on November 29. Watch the trailer below.
New gameplay footage for Lapis li Abyss (Lapis x Labyrinth)
Posted on 8 months ago by Matt(@OnePunchMaz) in Switch, Videos | 0 comments
Tokyo Game Show is currently ongoing, and lots of gameplay footage from upcoming games is popping up. One of them is Lapis li Abyss (or Lapis x Labyrinth, as it is being called for its release in Southeast Asia). This comes to us via a stream from 4Gamer; the relevant footage can be seen between 1:40:25 and 2:12:34:
Lapis li Abyss – first trailer
Posted on 9 months ago by Matt(@OnePunchMaz) in Switch, Videos | 0 comments
Nippon Ichi Software has published the first trailer for Lapis li Abyss, the cute “stacking” RPG coming to Nintendo Switch in Japan on November 29th. The video gives a nice overview of the game’s various classes and gameplay features, including combat:
Lapis li Abyss, a new action RPG from Nippon Ichi, was announced for Switch in earlier in the week. Take a look at the official boxart above.
Cute action RPG Lapis li Abyss coming to Switch on November 9
Posted on 9 months ago by Matt O'Keefe(@matt_okeefe) in News, Switch | 0 comments
Originally announced only for PS4, the Nippon Ichi Software title is reportedly being released on Switch as well. Lapis li Abyss is “a mission selection-type action game. In addition to the eight playable characters, there are over 100 enemy characters.” The game will release on November 9 in Japan for 7,538 yen, which converts to about $68.