Big Crown: Showdown has arrived in Switch (Nintendo) console on January 21st, 2019 in Japan, take note that it has been launched on January 4th, 2019 in North America. The game is designed by Hyper Luminal Games. Besides Switch, it has been published for PlayStation 4 (Sony), Xbox One (Microsoft) consoles and PC via Steam on December 14th, 2018, all are by Sold Out Sales & Marketing. As for Switch, the publisher offers only digital license with the price is ¥1,390/copy (tax included) (※NOTE: This is Japanese Yen, the currency may change based on buyer’s region, plus some retailers may offer cheaper price). The game follows casual genre, action style with a simple rule – take down all the foes to become the winner, it is all about a battle royal combat that runs around four players. The game supports both local and online modes. For local mode, all four players can enjoy the game with only one Switch system but each player needs one controller to play, can use either Joy-Con (left/right only or both) or Pro Controller. For online mode, players can connect and play globally all over the world, however it requires Nintendo Switch Online subscription. The game owns an cartoon-style art under 2.5D graphics with all characters in game are featured in their chibi forms.

A branch new title called Mirage Memorial has opened pre-registration on January 21st, 2019. The game is designed and will be published for Android and iOS platforms by Efun Company Limited. The company planned to release it within February 2019 in Japan, however specific date isn’t shared yet. Plus, they also didn’t reveal any plan regarding to global release, so if deciding to play, players have to download via Japan Play Store or third-party app, and the language in game is Japanese. Currently, players already can pre-register the game on its official website to receive newest information as well as pre-registration rewards. According to the information written on the official website, it will be launched as free-to-play app with in-app purchases (estimated price range: ¥120/item¥9,800/item, ※NOTE: This is Japanese Yen, the currency may change based on buyer’s region), there is high chance that gacha system will be implemented just like other mobile games. The game follows action RPG genre, even though called action, the battle is mainly automatic, players only need tap to do reposition the characters or to activate their skills. The game owns an anime-style art under 2D graphics with all characters in game are featured in their chibi forms.

Revolve8: Episodic Dueling just started the service on startJanuary 17, 2019 in some countries belongs to Asia Pacific. The game then will continuously start the service on January 22nd, 2019 in Japan and finally expand to global in more than 100 countries on February 6th, 2019. It is designed and published for Android and iOS platforms by Sega Game. Due to worldwide launch, the game offers many in-game languages including English, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, Spanish and French. It has been launched as free-to-play app with in-app purchases (price range: ¥100/item¥9,800/item, ※NOTE: This is Japanese Yen, the currency may change based on buyer’s region), take note that gacha system is also implemented just like other mobile games. The game follows strategy genre, real-time card game style and owns an anime-style art under 2D graphics. The dueling system in game is builded up with one major rule: before starting, player has to choose eight hero cards and sets them into a deck, then skillfully combines those cards to destroy all enemy towers within three minutes to win the battle.

Hunter x Hunter Greed Adventure has been relaunched on January 17th, 2019 after its long-term maintenance due to critical bugs when it first released on December 5th, 2018. As apologize for the inconvenience, all players can roll gacha 3 times for FREE and a S rank card is guaranteed within those times. Besides, the game also sends 1,600 G Stone used for rolling gacha, players can take it via event tab belongs to mission button on Home screen.

A new title called Fishing Star: World Tour will start the service on January 31st, 2019 in Japan. The game is remade based on Fishing Star which has been launched as an Android/iOS app in 2017 in Japan, and will be published for Switch (Nintendo) exclusive by GREE. The company offers only digital license with the price is ¥2,482/copy (tax excluded) (※NOTE: This is Japanese Yen, the currency may change based on buyer’s region, plus some retailers may offer cheaper price). The game follows sport genre, exactly is fishing style with anime-style art under 3D graphics. It also supports the Nintendo Labo Toy-Con Fishing Rod.

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Sega Games just revealed a new adaptation title of Kemono Friends called Kemono Friends 3 as well as opened an official website for it. The game is designed for Android and iOS platforms by Sega Games. The company planned to release it within 2019 in Japan, however specific date isn’t shared yet. They didn’t reveal any plan regarding to global release yet, so if deciding to play, players have to download via Japan Play Store or third-party app, plus the language in game is Japanese. Currently, players already can pre-register the game on its official website to receive newest information as well as pre-registration rewards. According to the information written on the official website, it will be launched as free-to-play with in-app purchases (estimated price range: ¥120/item¥9,800/item, ※NOTE: This is Japanese Yen, the currency may changed based on buyer’s region), there is high chance that gacha system will be implemented just like other mobile games. However, further information about the game is still very limited, genre is staying undisclosed, in-games graphics isn’t showed.

Nexon just revealed a new adaptation title of Revision called Revision Next Stage as well as opened an official website for it. The game is designed for Android and iOS platforms by devCAT Studio, and will be published by Nexon. The publisher planned to release it within 2019 in Japan, however specific date isn’t shared yet. They didn’t reveal any plan regarding to global release yet, so if deciding to play, players have to download via Japan Play Store or third-party app, plus the language in game is Japanese. Currently, detailed information about the game is still very limited, genre isn’t disclosed, in-game graphics isn’t showed.

Final Fantasy Digital Card Game now is recruiting β-testers for its Closed β-Test, recruitment is available until January 15th, 2019, and Closed β-Test starts from January 18th, 2019 to January 25th, 2019, between 15:00 〜 23:59 (JST) every day. The game will choose first 10,000 players who has applied for Closed β-Test on Yahoo! Games to become β-testers (※NOTE: Require Yahoo! JAPAN account to able to apply and play, the language in game is Japanese).

Witch’s Weapon now is recruiting β-testers for its Closed β-Test, recruitment is available until January 21st, 2019 12:00 (JST), and Closed β-Test starts from January 24th, 2019 15:00 (JST) to January 28th, 2019 15:00 (JST). The game will choose first 2,000 players who has applied for Closed β-Test on its official website via mail to become β-testers (※NOTE: Only Gmail can be used to apply, β-testers have to prepare a smartphone with Android OS 7.0 or above to able to play, the language in game is Japanese).

A brand new title called Yoshi Craft World will start the service globally on March 29th, 2019. The game is designed and will be published for Switch (Nintendo) exclusive by Nintendo. The company offers both physical cartridge and digital license with the price is ¥5,980/copy (tax excluded) (※NOTE: This is Japanese Yen, the currency may change based in buyer’s region, plus some retailers may offer cheaper price). The game is already available for download, however, players have to wait until release date to able to play it. The game follows adventure genre with side-scrolling style but associated with a upside down flip feature that brings players to a whole new different view. The game owns an cartoon-style art under 2.5D graphics. Furthermore, it also supports co-op mode but only up to 2 players in both TV mode and Table mode (※NOTE: Require only one Switch system, but each player needs one controller to play, can use either Joy-Con (left/right only or both) or Pro Controller).