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PQube has released a launch trailer for its visual novel Our World Is Ended. We have the video below.

New English footage is in from the Switch version of Our World is Ended. Take a look at a bunch of gameplay in the video below.

Denjin Getcha featured Our World is Ended on its latest episode with the latest look at the visual novel. Have a look at the recording below for footage.

Our World is Ended was originally scheduled for March 26 in North America and March 22 in Europe. Unfortunately, that will no longer be the case, as publisher PQube has delayed the visual novel in the west.

We’ll now be seeing Our World is Ended physically and digitally on April 18 in Europe. The same date also applies to the digital version in North America. Our World is Ended is due out physically on May 7 in the states.

As previously announced, those who pre-order or purchase the game on launch day will receive a special edition. The package includes a 100-page artbook and a quirky keyring of the programmer Owari Sekai’s mascot.

Source: PQube PR

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.

D3 Publisher posted a new trailer for their otome visual novel Nightshade today:

The game will be released on December 20th worldwide; only Japan is getting a physical release of it though.

Our World is Ended released for the PS Vita in Japan last year. PQube is now bringing the visual novel west, and to new platforms as well – including Switch.

Here’s an overview and trailer for Our World is Ended:

D3 Publisher and Red Entertainment are bringing the otome visual novel Nightshade to Nintendo Switch. The game will launch in Japan on December 20th. Although a localization and a release in other regions has not yet been confirmed, the game is listed as having English language support. The Steam version of the game is also already available in English, so a Western release of the Switch version seems pretty likely, all things considered.


This month’s CoroCoro reveals a release date for Fossil Fighters: Infinite Gear. Although the game was only just announced about a month ago, it’ll be hitting Japan on February 27. Pricing is set at 4,800 yen.

New scans from CoroCoro can be found above. There are also a bunch of details to read up on below.

– Made by Nintendo SPD and Red Entertainment (co-developers of Fire Emblem Awakening)
– Find different fossils in different areas
– Use Fossil Mobile to ride over terrain and find fossils
– Speed Type fossils go the fastest
– Buggy Type fossils are for navigating rough terrain
– Truck Type fossils can have lots of tools and are good for fighting with
– Equip different things to the mobile to help you find different fossils
– Ex: Mini Drills and Triple Drills. Mini Drills can perform delicate tasks.
– Hammer types include the Light Hammer and Mini Hammer
– 3 vs. 3 battles included
– Support guns on the Fossil Mobile can be used to attack the opponents during battles
– Exclusive demo of the game for CoroCoro readers available next month
– Demo will apparently provided 5-1- hours of content


A few more Fossil Fighters 3DS details have emerged from CoroCoro. In the game, you’ll play as protagonist Shura. Various dinosaurs can be used during battle, and the fossil cleaning system will be returning from Fossil Fighters Champions. Players will also be able to take advantage of different vehicles to explore the lands for additional fossils.