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Dokapon Kingdom Connect trailer

Idea Factory, Compile Heart, and Sting have released the first trailer for Dokapon Kingdom: Connect. The game was made known just yesterday via this week’s issue of Famitsu.

As previously mentioned, Dokapon Kingdom: Connect is a redone version of the game for Wii. One of the major features this time around is online support.

Dokapon Kingdom Connect

Original: According to the latest issue of Famitsu, Dokapon Kingdom: Connect is in development for Switch. A release is planned for April 13, 2023 in Japan.

This is a remake of the game originally released on Wii. Thus far online multiplayer support has been confirmed. Aside from that, nothing else has been made known.

Developer Sting has announced that Blaze Union: Story to Reach the Future Remaster will be releasing on Switch in Japan. It will release in the region sometime in 2023.

Blaze Union: Story to Reach the Future Remaster is a remaster of the original Blaze Union: Story to Reach the Future, a strategy RPG released originally on PSP in 2010. That game was itself a prequel to Yggdra Union: We’ll Never Fight Alone, a 2006 Game Boy Advance game that received a Switch rerelease a few years ago.

Fairy Fencer F Refrain Chord Tiara and Cui

Fairy Fencer F: Refrain Chord has received a new trailer, with publisher Compile Heart and developer Sting showing off two of the game’s characters: Tiara and Cui.

Kaori Ishihara voices Tiara in the game. Arisa Noto is handling the role for Cui.

Fairy Fencer F: Refrain Chord opening movie

We’ve got another look at Fairy Fencer F: Refrain Chord, as publisher Compile Heart and developer Sting have now come forward with the opening movie. This shows off what players will see when they start up the strategy RPG for the first time.

Yui Ishikawa sung the theme song, which is known as “Inori no Neiro”. Katsuo Kawazumi wrote it, while Yoh Ohyama handled the composition. It was arranged by Kazune Ogihara.

Publisher Compile Heart and developer Sting are back with another trailer for Fairy Fencer F: Refrain Chord. Fans can get the latest look at the story, characters, and gameplay.

Here’s the new video:

Knights in the Nightmare Remaster gameplay

Knights in the Nightmare Remaster came to Switch in Japan this past week, and gameplay has since emerged. 24 minutes of footage is available.

Knights in the Nightmare Remaster is based on the original title that previously landed on DS over a decade ago. It’s a strategy-shooter RPG made by Sting.

Knights in the Nightmare Remaster has received a new release date after its delay a few months ago. It is now launching on Switch on April 7, 2022 in Japan, and it will cost 2860 yen.  This is all the information available about the game right now, but a teaser website has launched which means more details will be shared soon. 

If you want to know more about this Switch remaster of the DS game Knights in the Nightmare, check out our previous coverage

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knights in the nightmare remaster delayed

Knights in the Nightmare Remaster has been delayed and will not be launching this year as originally planned, Sting has announced.

The title had originally been confirmed for a 2021 launch back in June. But with only a few days remaining in the year, today’s news regarding a delay doesn’t come as much of a surprise.

Knights in the Nightmare Remaster

Back in 2008, Sting made Knights in the Nightmare for DS. The strategy-shooter RPG would be published in the west a year later thanks to Atlus.

Sting has now announced that the game is returning on some of the latest platforms, including Switch. Knights in the Nightmare Remaster has been confirmed for a 2021 launch in Japan, though we’re waiting to hear about a potential overseas launch.

For those that haven’t heard about Knights in the Nightmare previously, check out the following trailer from the DS era:


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