During Gamescom 2017, Nintendo announced that Fire Emblem Warriors will launch for Switch and New 3DS on October 20 in Europe. Fire Emblem Warriors is due out on September 28 in Japan, and has a 2017 fall release window for North America.
The Switch version will have limited edition, which includes a three-CD original soundtrack and character cards will also be available.
A new trailer released at Gamescom 2017 confirms Fire Emblem Fates characters Hinoka (voiced by Kaori Nazuka), Takumi (voiced by Yuki Kaji), Camilla (voiced by Miyuki Sawashiro), and Leo (voiced by Mamoru Miyano) will appear in the game.
Nintendo has announced that Splatoon 2 will add the “Lost Outpost” stage to the Salmon Run stages later today, and the “Manta Maria” stage to the Turf War and Ranked Battle stages this weekend via free content updates. Both stages will also be available in The Shoal for local multiplayer matches.
Nintendo also announced that the “Bubble Blower” special weapon will be available first in a set with the “Forge Splattershot Pro” starting September 1.
You can check out the screenshots and an introduction video below.
Square Enix has announced Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition, a new game that retells the story of Final Fantasy XV.
The title is set to launch later in 2017, for iOS, Android, and Windows 10 devices.
you can check out screenshots, the trailer, and a quick overview below.
The FINAL FANTASY XV POCKET EDITION for iOS, Android and Windows 10 devices, to be released later this year, is an all-new adventure that retells the beloved story of FINAL FANTASY XV, giving fans and newcomers alike the freedom to journey through Eos whenever and from wherever they want. The mobile game features the main characters and story of the console version and newly-announced FINAL FANTASY XV WINDOWS EDITION, with an adorable art style and casual touch controls optimized for mobile devices. The main story is told across ten thrilling episodes, with all ten episodes available at launch and the first episode downloadable for free.
During Gamescom 2017, Bandai Namco has announced that Dragon Ball FighterZ will launch February 2018 worldwide for Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
In Europe, a Dragon Ball FighterZ “CollectorZ Edition” will also be available. It will includ the following:
- Dragon Ball FighterZ game software
- Goku 18cm diorama with an exclusive “Manga Dimension” coloring
- Three arts boards
- Unique SteelBook
Pre-orders will include early access to the open beta, an early unlock of Super Saiyan Blue Goku and Super Saiyan Blue Vegeta, and two exclusive lobby avatars.
No “News” on the other regions pre-order bonuses has been announced as of yet.
A new trailer and set of screenshots feature recently confirmed playable fighters Super Saiyan Blue Goku, Super Saiyain Blue Vegeta, Android 16, Android 18, Krillin, and Piccolo, as well as a glimpse at story mode. Bandai Namco teases, “With the resurrection of Android 16 and the invasion of the mysterious army corps, the super warriors starts to fall. What is happening?” “Party Match” is also revealed, which is an online battle mode where six players are each in charge of one character during a three-versus-three battle.
You can check out the trailer, and screenshots below.
Anime is always out to touch the heart of a gamer. We saw Sword Art Online, No Game No Life (just to name the big titles), and now we have Gamers!
We meet Keita Amano, an plain high school student who loves games. While he’s picking out a few games from the game store, he runs into one of the prettiest girls in school, Karen Tendou. Not only is she talking to him, but she invites him to join the Gaming Club! Despite wanting to live a “refreshing high school life” making new friends, Amano rejects her offer.
The story touches on the concept of competitive gaming VS casual gaming and what games mean to different people. We meet all sorts of arch-type gamers so gamers out in the real world can find a character they can easily relate too whether you’re the hardcore competitive gamer, closet gamer, the friend that always has a different opinion, or a casual gamer who plays everything.
There are an abundant amount of game references and in-show game play, which makes the series fun to watch. Gamers! is a light series to pick up; it won’t leave you at the edge of your couch at the end of every episode. It follows basic slice-of-life, romance, shounen plots but it’s a good watch to pass the time.
Gamers! can be found with English dub on Funimation, or with subtitles on Crunchyroll.
Have you had a chance to watch this title? Let us know what you think in the comments!