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Nippon Ichi has published a debut trailer for the Shin Hayarigami 1 and 2 Pack on Switch prior to its launch on July 18th.

Those interested can view the footage below.

Nippon Ichi has published the opening movie for their upcoming survival game To All Mankind:

They also released some more information on the game, detailing the gameplay flow you’ll be going through (credit goes to Gematsu for the translation):

After waking up at the hotel she is staying at with the other girls, main character Kyouka will explore the ruins of Akihabara, foraging for useful items and supplies. Since Akihabara is a popular tourist destination, she will occasionally find foreign currency – the coins can be used for things other than as spending money though. You will also be able to scavenge various electronic items for parts such as batteries.

You also need to prepare food every day. Depending on what ingredients you use, you also get additional benefits such as increased dexterity or a better chance of finding items. You can choose to forego eating food for a while in order to have time to explore, but being hungry and tired eventually affects your performance in a negative way. There are a variety of recipes you can prepare, and more can be acquired throughout the game.

Additionally, Nippon Ichi provided some details on the game’s downloadable content. For 500 Yen, a new character will join the group about halfway through the game: Sukhaya Shuka. Half-Japanese and half-Russian, this 12 year-old girl is a prodigy who enjoys rakugo and is already enrolled in university, studying aerospace engineering. She is very knowledgeable and can see things the other girls can’t.

Finally, here are some new screenshots of the game:

To All Mankind will launch in Japan on June 27. A Western release hasn’t been announced yet.

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Nippon Ichi has released the first official screenshots of the Shin Hayarigami 1 and 2 Pack coming to Switch in July for Japan.

The collection of images can be viewed below.

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This week’s issue of Famitsu provides an update on To All of Mankind. Sukhaya Shuka, who is voiced by Yuki Yagi, will be distributed as a downloadable content character. Pricing is set at 500 yen.

Famitsu mentions that Sukhaya is a half-Japanese, half-Russian exchange student who loves space. Those who buy the DLC will receive clues to understand the mysteries of the world midway into the game.

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Rolling with the Weekly Famitsu reveals, Nippon Ichi has confirmed that a duo pack of the horror visual novels Shin Hayarigami and Shin Hayarigami 2 will release on Switch in Japan on July 18th.

At this time, no other information on the ports is know aside from pricing, which will be 4,980 yen. More details will be shared as they are learned.

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Nippon Ichi has published the sixth video in a series focusing on the characters of Murder Detective Jack the Ripper, with this one showcasing the protagonist, Arthur Hewitt.

The footage of the main character can be viewed below.

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Nippon Ichi has confirmed that they are delaying the release of To All Mankind to June 27th in Japan.

Launch of the Akihabara-set survival title is being pushed back to accommodate “various quality improvements”, according to the company. The game was previously slated to release on May 30th.

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Nippon Ichi has published the fifth video in a series focusing on the characters of Murder Detective Jack the Ripper, with this one showcasing Sophie Rachel.

First footage of the character can be viewed below.

Nippon Ichi has published the fourth video in a series focusing on the characters of Murder Detective Jack the Ripper, with this one showcasing Harry Brown.

The character works as a police officer within London throughout the game. First footage can be viewed below.

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Nippon Ichi has published the third video in a series focusing on the characters of Murder Detective Jack the Ripper, with this one showcasing Charlotte Peacely.

The character works as a police officer within London throughout the game. First footage can be viewed below.

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