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Metal Max Xeno: Reborn, the JRPG from Kadokawa Games, Cattle Call, and 24Frame, is now confirmed for the west. PQube announced that it will publish the title overseas in 2022.

Originally, Metal Max Xeno: Reborn launched in Japan last September.

Here’s an overview of the game with plenty of details:

Kitari Fables, the action adventure RPG with farming and crafting, has been dated by PQube and Twin Hearts. The game is now confirmed for release on September 3.

Here’s an overview of Kitaria Fables, along with a trailer:

Stealth-action game Quantum Replica arrived on the Switch eShop this week. Check out some gameplay with the video below.

PQube and Nippon Cultural Broadcasting have dated Bustafellows for the west. The otome title is coming to Switch in North America and Europe on July 30, the two sides revealed today.

We have the following overview and trailer from PQube:

PQube and FairPlay Studios have announced a final release date for Fallen Knight, the upcoming side-scrolling action platformer. It’s now confirmed to be launching on June 23.

Learn more about Fallen Knight with the following overview and trailer:

Gravity Heroes debuted on Switch this week, and we now have some footage of the 2D shooter in action. Take a look at the gameplay below.

Gravity Heroes is live on the Switch eShop. Head on over here for further details and a trailer.

PQube, Studica Solution, and Electric Monkeys are celebrating the release of the 2D shooter Gravity Heroes with a launch trailer. Check out the video below.

Gravity Heroes is out today on the Switch eShop.

The romantic comedy visual novel Arcade Spirits made it to Switch last year. PQube and Fiction Factory Games have now announced that its sequel, Arcade Spirits: The New Challengers, is in development for Switch. It will arrive in early 2022.

Here’s an overview of Arcade Spirits: The New Challengers:

System: Switch
Release date: March 19, 2021
Developer: Kadokawa Games
Publisher: PQube

There aren’t many games out there that attempt to use the world of filmmaking and video production as a narrative backdrop. As someone who has spent his whole career working in said industry, I was excited to see Root Film – the latest visual novel from the up-and-coming Kadokawa Games, who also released Root Letter in 2016 – attempt to explore what I had hoped would be a unique spin on the murder-mystery genre. While the title attempts to craft an interesting narrative progression for this type of game, the game ultimately failed to hook me on its premise.

PQube, Fumi, and Room 6 today announced that the narrative adventure game 7 Years From Now will be released on Switch. The title is slated for May 28.

7 Years From Now, which first debuted in 2017 as a popular mobile title, has been optimized for new platforms like Switch. It will contain all DLC, featuring an epilogue, side story, glossary and Sound Mode.

Here’s an overview of the game, along with a trailer: