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Phantom Breaker Omnia release date

Publisher Rocket Panda Games and developer Mages have announced a final release date for Phantom Breaker: Omnia, their upcoming 2D fighter. Switch owners can pick up the title starting on March 15, 2022.

Phantom Breaker: Omnia was originally slated for this year. However, it was delayed back in September.

Here’s everything you need to know about Phantom Breaker: Omnia, courtesy of Rocket Panda Games:

Chaos;Head Noah / Chaos;Child Double Pack

MAGES. has announced Chaos;Head Noah / Chaos;Child Double Pack, a pair of updated visual novels for Switch. The release is lined up for February 24, 2022 in Japan.

Chaos;Head was first made available on PC in 2008, with Noah acting as a remake for various platforms. Chaos;Child is the sequel that debuted in 2014.

TIMINGooo! gameplay

Gameplay has surfaced for TIMINGooo!, the new rhythm game for Switch developed by Mages. This week’s video shows just over a half hour of footage.

For those that need a refresher on TIMINGooo!, check out the following overview:

Mages is bringing the rhythm game TIMINGooo! to Switch, according to an eShop listing. It’s currently on track for a November 11 release.

The game is easy to play as it only requires two buttons. Other than that, you’re getting a straightforward experience as it’s all about making button inputs in time with the rhythm and music.

Here’s some additional information about TIMINGooo! from the eShop page:

Corpse Party Switch

To start out 2021, the original Corpse Party – also known as Corpse Party: Blood Covered …Repeated Fear – released on Switch in Japan. XSEED has now announced that it will be publishing the game in North America this month.

Here’s an overview of the game:

Phantom Breaker Omnia voice cast

Rocket Panda Games, Mages, and GameLoop have confirmed the complete English voice cast for the 2D anime fighter Phantom Breaker: Omnia. Additionally, we have a new trailer highlighting the dub.

Here’s theh full rundown of actors that will be included in Phantom Breaker: Omnia:

Phantom Breaker: Omnia delayed

Rocket Panda Games, Mages, and GameLoop today announced that their fighting title Phantom Breaker: Omnia has been delayed. It’s now planned for early 2022.

Phantom Breaker: Omnia was announced for Switch last October. The game was originally on track for release sometime this year.

Speaking about the delay for Phantom Breaker: Omnia, producer Masaki Sakari said that “the porting and localization processes have taken longer than I anticipated.” Read his full statement below. 

The visual novel Laid-Back Camp: Have a nice day! has released its opening movie. This cinematic is entirely animated and includes a song called “See the Light” by the Japanese artist Asaka.

This full opening can be seen below and more details about the game can be found at the bottom of the page.

Laid-Back Camp is releasing on November 11, 2021 for Switch in Japan. Feel free to read more about it in the game description below (courtesy of Gematsu)!

Laid-Back Camp: Have a Nice Day!

Following the news that Laid-Back Camp: Have a Nice Day! has been delayed, Mages has gone live with the game’s first trailer. We’ve attached it below.

Laid-Back Camp: Have a Nice Day! launches for Switch in Japan on November 11. There’s no word on a western release at this time.

Laid-Back Camp: Have a Nice Day!

Laid-Back Camp: Have a Nice Day! was lack on track to launch for Switch in Japan on September 30. Unfortunately, that’s no longer the case. Mages is delaying the game to November 11.

Mages didn’t get into specifics, only noting that various circumstances factored into the delay. The company apologized to fans looking forward to the game.

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