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Mebius has published the first trailer for Arcade Love: Plus Pengo!, a collection featuring four games: Action-Game Skill Test, Shmups Skill Test, CombatZeal, and Pengo. We have the video below.

Arcade Love: Plus Pengo! launches for Switch in Japan on August 22.

Developer Triangle Service and publisher Mebius have announced that Xbox 360 arcade title Arcade Love: Plus Pengo! will be hitting Switch on August 22nd in Japan.

The collection is set to release for Switch in both digital and physical formats. More details will be shared when they are made known.

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The Japanese eShop has updated with confirmation that Agartha-S is making its way to Switch next week. A release is planned for December 27.

Here’s an overview:

Mebius announced today that it will be publishing Agartha on Switch as Agartha-S. Originally developed by Shindenken, it’ll arrive sometime this winter in Japan.

DLSite provides the following overview:

Announced last year, we finally have a concrete release date for Okuri Inu on Nintendo Switch: in fact, the game is launching next week, on July 12 in Japan. The horror visual novel will be available as an eShop-only title.

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L.F.O.: Lost Future Omega originally appeared as a digital download in Japan towards the end of last year. The title is finally heading west on May 3, Mebius announced today. Pricing is set at $7.99 / €6.49.

Mebius provides the following overview of the musical shooter:

When the Japanese Switch eShop updated earlier today, L.F.O.: Lost Future Omega was made available for purchase. Watch some footage in the video below.

L.F.O.: Lost Future Omega was announced for Switch earlier this year. Today, Mebius confirmed that it’s slated for December 28 in Japan.

In L.F.O., the music played has its sound synced based on the player’s actions and the changes on screen. Some of the sounds from the previous stage can be chosen to be brought to the next stage. Therefore even reaching the same stage may result in different arrangements based on the routes chosen in the playthrough.

A bunch of new games joined the North American Switch eShop today, including Unholy Heights. We’ve posted some footage below.

Mebius previously released the visual novel game J.B. Harold Murder Club on Switch in Japan back in August. Another entry in the series, Keiji J.B. Harold no Jikenbo: Manhattan Requiem, is now confirmed for the console as well.

Here’s an English overview back from when the mobile version came out in English several years ago: