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Arc System Works previously announced plans to bring World End Syndrome west. It turns out that the company will only be handling things in North America, as PQube will be publishing in Europe.

We also have confirmation that the visual novel will be sold physically in PAL regions, which doesn’t appear to be the case stateside. Thankfully, importing is always an option.

World End Syndrome will launch later this year in North America and Europe.

Source: PQube PR

Guilty Gear and Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R were both announced for Switch last year. PQube revealed additional plans for both titles today, including new release windows.

Fans can look forward to Guilty Gear and Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R this spring. Additionally, PQube will be offering a physical bundle for the two games as part of the “Guilty Gear 20th Anniversary Edition”. Both will be sold separately on the eShop as well.

Hell Warders

Hell Warders will be missing its original January 17 launch. Due to “some minor issues,” the game is experiencing a delay.

Publisher PQube says it “will announce a firm and solid release date within the next couple of weeks along with further exciting details”. We’ll let you know when we have that information.


PQube dated the visual novel Our World is Ended for the west today. In North America, it’ll be out on March 26. Europe will have access a few days earlier on March 22.

Our World is Ended will have a special Day One Edition. By getting the title at launch, you’ll receive an exclusive art book and keychain.

5pb. released a new trailer for their visual novel Our World is Ended, which you can watch below. The game will be released for Nintendo Switch on February 28th in Japan; a Western version, courtesy of PQube, will follow sometime later this year. Our World is Ended is centered around Judgement 7, a group of eccentric game developers who become trapped in between the real world and the game world they created.

PQube has announced that it will no longer be publishing Song of Memories on Switch. In a statement, the company cited “development complications.”

The full note reads:

Song of Memories

Song of Memories is heading to both Japan and the west soon. PQube has confirmed that the localized release “is the same as the Japanese version” in terms of content. However, “in terms of localisation, ages have been removed from the characters, and the term School has been changed to Academy.” PQube explained that these changes were made in order to “placate age rating boards and has nothing to do with recent platform holder changes.”

Song of Memories was originally due out last fall. A new date should be announced in the near future.


Razed footage

Posted on 5 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in Switch eShop, Videos | 0 comments

Earlier this week, PQube added Razed to the Switch eShop. Take a look at some footage below.

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PQube has published a launch trailer for Razed, which is out today on the Switch eShop. You can view it below.

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Song of Memories

With not much time remaining in 2018, it’s hardly surprising that Song of Memories won’t be making it out this year. PQube announced today that the title has been officially delayed to 2019.

The company said in a statement:

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