First Dragon Quest Builders Switch gameplay
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During a live stream at the Tokyo Game Show, Square Enix demoed the first actual gameplay of Dragon Quest Builders on Switch. The footage included a look at the new addition of Great Sabrecub, who players can ride in the game. Watch the gameplay recordings below.
Lost Sphear TGS 2017 footage (including the Switch version)
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At the Tokyo Game Show, Square Enix held a special session for Lost Sphear. Footage of the game was shown, including gameplay specifically from the Switch version. Have a look at the recording below.
Lost Sphear demo out in Japan next week, original soundtrack coming
Square Enix is planning a demo for Lost Sphear ahead of its Japanese release on October 12. Announced at the Tokyo Game Show today, the trial version will begin distribution in Japan starting next week.
Players who try out the demo can carry save data over to the full game. As for its contents, fans can experience the early parts of the RPG.
Square Enix also intends to put out a two-disc original soundtrack for Lost Sphear. It’s due out in Japan on November 22 for 2,500 yen. Check out a trailer for the soundtrack below.
Square Enix trying to get the main Final Fantasy XV on Switch, talking with Nintendo and Epic
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Ever since Gamescom, we’ve heard about Final Fantasy XV potentially coming to Switch in some fashion. Director Hajime Tabata has now commented on the situation once again in an interview with Eurogamer.
Some have thought that Square Enix would look to bring the recently-announced Pocket Edition of Final Fantasy XV to Switch. However, the company has been instead trying to determine if the original game can be put on Nintendo’s console.
Dragon Quest Builders Switch news to be shared at TGS
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A number of announcements were made during last week’s Nintendo Direct. Among these was a Switch port of Dragon Quest Builders, slated for Spring 2018.
We won’t need to wait much longer for additional news. During the Tokyo Game Show later this week, Square Enix will have additional information to share.
Dragon Quest Builders 2 is also coming to Switch. Square Enix announced the sequel a few weeks ago, though it’s without a final release window. It may debut towards the latter end of 2018.
Dragon Quest X – All In One Package Switch file size
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The Japanese-exclusive Dragon Quest X: All-In One Package will be a hefty download on Switch. An updated eShop listing for the game reveals the file size requirement.
As far as the base download goes, Dragon Quest X takes up 9.4GB. However, an extra 24GB of free space in order to play. Nintendo also warns that the required free space could increase in the future.
Source: Switch eShop
Spring 2018 release window for Project Octopath Traveler listed in Nintendo UK news post
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Project Octopath Traveler reemerged during last week’s Nintendo Direct following its initial announcement in January. Amazingly, a demo of the game even hit the eShop.
Nintendo UK highlighted the demo’s availability in a news post on its official website today. Towards the end, Nintendo says that Project Octopath Traveler is launching in Spring 2018.
Could this be an error? Absolutely. We’ll just have to wait and see. We’ve only heard on the record that Project Octopath Traveler is planned for 2018, but if Nintendo UK is correct, it’ll be releasing closer to the start of 2018 rather than towards the end of the year.
Patrick Seitz looks to be the voice of Olberic in Project Octopath Traveler
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Yesterday, we reported that Laura Post is the voice of Primrose in Project Octopath Traveler. We also seem to have the actor for Olberic.
While he didn’t technically confirm his role explicitly, Patrick Seitz appears to be voicing the character. Seitwiz put out a tweet a couple of days ago showing the art for Olberic.
— Patrick Seitz (@Seitz_Unseen) September 14, 2017
Seitz has been involved with tons of games over the years. Perhaps you’ll recognize him as Magnus from Kid Icarus: Uprising? Or maybe as Zeke from Fire Emblem Echoes? He also voiced Draug and Hector in Fire Emblem Heroes, among many others.
Thanks to Anthony for the tip.
Laura Post voices Primrose in Project Octopath Traveler
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Square Enix first announced Project Octopath Traveler way back in January. The game went completely dark – until this week, that is. Project Octopath Traveler was heavily featured in the latest Nintendo Direct, and was even given a meaty demo on the eShop.
In case you’re wondering, Laura Post is the voice of Primrose. Post confirmed her role on Twitter a couple of days ago, writing:
Happy to announce I voice Primrose in the demo of Octopath Traveler, which is available now on the Nintendo Switch! pic.twitter.com/xiwQvvjAr3
— Laura Post (@LauraPostVoice) September 14, 2017
Post has worked on a few games in the past, including the Hyperdimension Neptunia series. She has been involved with several anime productions as well.
Lost Sphear pre-launch trailer
Square Enix has gone live with a new Japanese pre-launch trailer for Lost Sphear. We’ve included the video below.