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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 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.

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:

Earlier today, Sting released Gloria Union: Twin Fates in Blue Ocean FHD Edition on the Japanese Switch eShop. Take a look at some footage in the video below.

Sting has shared the first trailer for Gloria Union: Twin Fates in Blue Ocean FHD Edition, an updated version of its tactical role-playing game originally released on PSP. View it below.

Gloria Union: Twin Fates in Blue Ocean FHD Edition is slated for March 18 in Japan. A western release has not yet been announced.

Last year, it was announced that the 2011 tactical RPG Gloria Union: Twin Fates in Blue Ocean would be coming to the Switch in Japan. Now the developer Sting has revealed that the game will be releasing on March 18, 2021 for 2,220 yen. 

Gloria Union: Twin Fates in Blue Ocean was originally a PSP game, and the new FHD Edition is bringing many notable enhancements. A few of the biggest ones are New Game+, Yggdra as a playable character, a rewind function, and Easy and Nightmare difficulty modes.

The game has not been confirmed for an English translation yet, but any updates will most likely come at the official game site here.

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Gloria Union: Twin Fates in Blue Ocean is coming to Switch in 2021 in Japan. The game, originally a 2011 PSP title, will be making its way to the new console with additional functionality, balance adjustments, high-definition resolution, and change to adjust the difficulty level. This follows the port of previous series title Yggdra Union, making two of the four-game series available to Switch owners.

The official website will launch in January 2021.

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Aquaplus and Sting have put out the opening movie for Dokapon Up! Mugen no Roulette, the digital board game crossover between the Utawarerumono and Dokapon series. Watch it below.

Dokapon Up! Mugen no Roulette is due out for Switch in Japan on December 10.

Sting has dated Baroque: Original Version for Japan. The game will launch via the eShop on November 12, the company has announced.

Baroque: Original Version, a port of the 1998 title, will have some new elements on Switch. Those new features are as follows:


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