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Following up on last week’s official reveal of Fate/Extella Link for Switch in Japan, Marvelous has shared a new trailer for the title showcasing Funifuni costumes for multiple fan-favorite characters.

At this time, the chibi-like Funifuni skins will be available for characters Nero, Tamamo no Mae, and Altera. Witness the characters in all their glory in the trailer below.


Suda51 stopped by Famitsu’s offices earlier today where he showed off the latest footage from Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. Have a look at the entire recording below.

Ahead of its release in Japan in December, Marvelous has published a new Peach Ball: Senran Kagura trailer. You can view it below.

Fate/Extella Link coming to Switch

Posted on 6 days ago by (@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 0 comments | 0 Likes

Update: An official website for the Switch version of Fate/Extella Link has been opened by Marvelous. From this page, it is confirmed that the game will support English, traditional Chinese, and Hangul subtitle options. The first trailer for the game has been added below.

Original: Fate/Extella Link will be released on Switch, a listing on Amazon Japan reveals. The page has it down for January 31.

A followup to Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star, Fate/Extella Link is an action game with more Servents, online multiplayer, and more. The Switch version will support local multiplayer through 4v4 battles along with plush/chibi costumes for Nero, Tamamo-no-Mae, and Altera that resemble Kigurumi in appearance.

Here’s an overview for Fate/Extella Link along with first Switch screenshots:

Marvelous published one of the first commercials for the upcoming Japanese Switch release Peach Ball: Senran Kagura. We have it below.

Senran Kagura Reflexions is adding a new character as DLC today: the first year Hebijō Clandestine Girls’ Academy student Ryōna. She’s available to purchase as part of the Ryōna Reflexions Course & 7 Outfit Set. This includes the Ryōna Outfit Set 1, which is available for free, and the Ryōna Outfit Set 2, which can also be purchased separately. Finally, the other piece of new DLC available to purchase is the Gym Uniform Outfit Set.


At the start of 2019, Travis Touchdown will finally be making a return with Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. But fans have also shown quite a bit of interest in having past entries in the series appear on Switch as well.

While director Suda51 has acknowledged interest in doing this previously, it appears he’s actually now taking a proactive approach. Speaking with Nintendeal at PAX West 2018, he mentioned that he’s in talks with Marvelous in hopes of bringing No More Heroes 1 and 2 to Switch.

In a recent issue of Famitsu, the Japanese magazine spoke with Senran Kagura producer Takaki Kenichiro about the upcoming Peach Ball game for Switch. The somewhat awkward discussion tackled where the idea for the project started, how HD Rumble is being used, and what to expect from the title overall.

If you’re interested in learning more about Senran Kagura: Peach Ball, continue on below.. We’ve prepared a full translation of the interview.

YouTuber Marvelous posted a video showing 2 minutes of footage from Daemon X Machina featuring air combat. You can watch it below.


Daemon X Machina screenshots

Posted on 1 month ago by (@NE_Brian) in Screenshots, Switch | 0 comments | 0 Likes

Nintendo has shared the latest screenshots from the 2019 Switch title Daemon X Machina. We have the images included below.

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