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Dragon Quest Builders 2 has finally made it to the west. Keep in mind that a day-one update is available, which you’ll definitely want to download.

Version 1.6.1 includes new DLC, a new item, several changes, and more. We’ve included the full patch notes below.

IGN has offered a look at the final English build of Dragon Quest Builders 2 on Switch with 15 minutes of footage. Check out the video below.

Dragon Quest IX celebrated its tenth anniversary today. In honor of the occasion, a few developers appeared during a live stream. Although no announcements were made, there was some interesting discussion about a remake (and a tiny bit about a sequel) which could be a possibility for Switch.

Siliconera wrote down some notes of what was said during the stream. Here’s a recap:

Square Enix issued a new Dragon Quest Builders 2 trailer today focusing on the game’s multiplayer features. Check it out below.

E3 2019 was a fantastic time for Mana fans. Not only was Collection of Mana finally announced for the west, but Trials of Mana was also revealed to be getting a full 3D remake.

At the show, we were treated to a behind-closed-doors gameplay demo, and also met with a few of the game’s developers: producers Shinichi Tatsuke and Masaru Oyamada as well as project assistant Kohei Kuroda. Tatsuke and Oyamada answered a number of our questions about how the Trials of Mana remake came to be, how difficult it was localizing the original game for Collection of Mana, what the future looks like for the series, and more.

Yesterday, Nintendo published a demo for Dragon Quest Builders 2 on the North American and European Switch eShop. View some footage of the download below.

A patch for the Switch version of Final Fantasy IX is in the works, Square Enix has confirmed. The update will fix the game so background music will not restart after every battle or Tetra Master match.

Square Enix issued the patch on PlayStation 4 earlier this week. There’s no word yet on when it will be distributed on Switch, but we’ll let you know once the update is live.


Square Enix and Tokyo RPG Factory have sent out the latest batch of details and screenshots for Oninaki. Continue on below for the rundown on characters Lobelia and Leo along with the game’s two worlds, courtesy of Siliconera.

Oninaki will be a digital-only game in North America and Europe. In Japan, however, it’s a different story.

Square Enix will in fact be offering a physical version for Japanese fans. Thankfully, we now have confirmation that English will be supported. Fans can import a Japanese copy and play through the RPG much like they would with the digital version.

Play-Asia is currently taking pre-orders for the physical version of Oninaki. If interested, you can secure a copy here. Also, if you’re a fan of the game’s music, you can pick up the soundtrack here.

Square Enix is hosting a new sale on the Switch and 3DS eShops in celebration of E3 2019. Games for Switch and 3DS have been discounted, including Chocobo’s Mystery Dungeon Every Buddy, I Am Setsuna, World of Final Fantasy Maxima, and more.

Here’s the full lineup: