L.F.O.: Lost Future Omega footage
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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 hitting the Japanese Switch eShop this week
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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.
Unholy Heights Switch footage
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A bunch of new games joined the North American Switch eShop today, including Unholy Heights. We’ve posted some footage below.
Keiji J.B. Harold no Jikenbo: Manhattan Requiem hitting Switch in Japan this fall
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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:
Horror visual novel Okuriinu heading to Switch
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Mebius and Shannon have announced a new horror visual novel for Switch known as “Okuriinu”. It’s planned for a release this year in Japan as an eShop download.
Okuriinu is based on a 34-page short story by writer and game designer Takiya Iijima, which also goes by the same name. Iijima has created new scenarios for the game.
You can view the announcement trailer for Okuriinu below.
Unholy Heights Switch trailer
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Last week, Mebius publihsed Unholy Heights on the Japanese Switch eShop. A new trailer for the game shared today is below.
Bases Loaded 2016 footage
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Bases Loaded 2016 made it out in Japan this week as a 3DS eShop download. For a look at the title, watch the video below.
Bases Loaded 2016 teaser site open
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Bases Loaded 2016 was announced in a Famitsu issue during September. A teaser site has now opened, accessible here. View the first screenshots below.
Bases Loaded 2016 features multiplayer through local play. You can also make your own original team with “Player Edit” and “Team Edit”. JACLUB, which is comprised of characters from Jaleco titles, will appear as well.
Bases Loaded 2016 heading to 3DS, first details and images
Bases Loaded 2016 is in the works for 3DS, this week’s issue of Famitsu reveals. Mebius is leading the way on the project.
Bases Loaded 2016 seems to retain the 8-bit graphics that the 1987 game is known for. However, it will have new features like supporting versus through local play. You’ll also be able to create your own athlete and team. The athlete’s name, uniform, hairstyle, and stats can be freely edited.
Bases Loaded 2016 launches later this year in Japan as an eShop download. It should cost 864 yen.
Full scan can be found after the break.
Unholy Heights due out tomorrow on the 3DS eShop
It was already clear that Unholy Heights would be launching on the European 3DS eShop tomorrow thanks to the weekly Nintendo Download PR. However, we now have confirmation that the game will be out in North America at the same time. It’ll cost $6.00 / €5.99.
Unholy Heights offers tower defense gameplay along with demon monster apartment management. Players assume the role of the Devil “who creates an apartment for monsters to defend against pillaging wannabe heroes”.
Here’s some additional information:
In this creative Tower Defence game you sucker monsters to live in your apartment building by buying them furniture according to their needs. Once they are in your apartment, have them breed stronger offspring, charge them rent or KICK THEM OUT! Your army is the only thing in the way of you and the sickeningly sweet good folk who try and erase the monsters presence.
And a trailer:
Source: Bergsala Lightweight PR