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Steamworld Quest: HAND of GILGAMESH will first launch for Switch (Nintendo) console in North America and Europe on April 25th, 2019, Image & Form International AB reported as the developer of the game. It will be available exclusively on Nintendo eShop at the price of $24.99 (tax excluded). This title follows turn-based RPG, however the flow of battle in game is manipulated by an unique card system. Players who feel curious about this battle system, can have a closer look at below video

MISTOVER would be coming to Switch (Nintendo) console and PC via Steam service in summer 2019, KRAFTON Game Union (former name: Bluehole) reported as the developer and publisher of the game. Its teaser trailer has been published by KRAFTON’s official channel on YouTube. The business model of the game is buy-to-play with additional DLC, and the company promised that even low spec PC is capable of running it. The game follows turn-based RPG genre mixing with strategy and roguelike elements. It owns a distinct anime-style art under 2D graphics. The detailed information regarding to the game such as early access, exact release date, exact price, availability of physical/digital form, bundle or limited edition is still staying undisclosed. However, the company shared that they would be revealing more information during the upcoming PAX EAST 2019 and NicoNico chokaigi 2019 events.

NOTE: The additional DLC can be published either under free or paid form.

Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is now available for worldwide pre-registration on Play Store of Android (Google). However, it hasn’t yet opened on App Store of iOS (Apple) so iOS users can only sign up for newest information via email on the official website of the game. The game is designed for Android and iOS platforms by the joint development between WB Games San Francisco and Niatic. It then will be published by Warner Bros. Entertainment. The publisher planned to release the game within 2019 but the exact date is still staying undisclosed. It will come as free-to-play game with in-app purchases (estimated price range: no information). The game follows turn-based RPG genre, the RPG element ranges from earning experience point to level up, joining one out of three factions leading by three professions, each offers different unique benefits to forming a team up to five people to perform Wizard Challenges which resembles the raids in Pokémon Go. It detects location with GPS making use of augmented reality (AR) technology combined with cartoon-style art under 3D graphics.

Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers (Japanese name: ディスティニーコネクト) will arrive on March 14th, 2019 in Japan (JP), then come to North America (NA) in fall 2019, however the exact date hasn’t yet revealed. The 2nd trailer  of the game has been published by Nippon Ichi Software’s official channel on YouTube. The game is designed for PlayStation 4 (Sony) and Switch (Nintendo) consoles by SYUPRO-DX. It then will be published by Nippon Ichi Software in JP, and by NIS America in NA. As for JP version, the game is available in both physical disc/cartridge and digital license form at the price of ¥7,776 (tax included), physical disc/cartridge can be purchased via 3rd party retailers such as Amazon Japan (international shipping eligible), while digital license can be purchased via PlayStation Store or Nintendo eShop  (※NOTE: This is Japanese Yen so some additional fees such as currency exchange fee, shipping fee may be calculated for non-Japan buyers. Shipment may not be supported for some countries. Some retailers may offer cheaper price). As for NA version, there is no official information regarding to physical cartridge/disc or digital license yet, instead the publisher currently offers a bundle served as limited edition at the price of $64.99 (tax included), which can be purchased via NIS America Online Store. The bundle contains x1 copy of the game (physical exclusive), x1 original soundtrack CD, x1 art book, x1 poster, x1 set of flippable COGS and x1 slammer coin. The game follows turn-based RPG genre, and owns a cartoon-style art under 3D graphics.
LAST CLOUDIA WILL LAUNCH ON APR 15TH IN JP

It has been confirmed that Last Cloudia will start the service on April 15th, 2019 in Japan. The game is designed for Android and iOS platforms, and will be published by AIDIS. The company 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. According to the information written on the official website, the game will be launched as free-to-play with in-app purchases (estimated price range: ¥120/item¥9,800/item, ※NOTED: This is Japanese Yen, the currency may change based on buyer’s region), there is a high chance that gacha system will be implemented just like other mobile games. It follows turn-based RPG genre and owns an anime-style art under 2D graphics with all characters in game are featured in their chibi forms.

DREAM STORY ORIGIN RELEASE DATE CONFIRMED

Dream Story Origin will launch on March 22nd, 2019 in Japan, Studio Muma reported. Even though it’s reported to be available in Japan, there is no word regarding to western release so it doesn’t support any language except Japanese. The game is designed for PC, and will be published via Steam by Studio Muma. Players can purchase it at the price of ¥1,500 (tax included) (※NOTE: This is Japanese Yen, currency exchange fee will be calculated for foreign purchase). Besides, the company also planned to expand it into consoles, both via physical disc/cartridge and digital license. The game owns an anime-style art under 3D graphics. It follows turn-based RPG genre with an unique dream theme where the story includes many miraculous tale of dreams and nightmares, featuring in dream worlds inhabited by over 100 characters. The dreams will influence one another, as players progress through each dream, they will show further connection and by this players can experience the story in various ways.

SEVEN DEADLY SINS: LIGHT & SHADOW GRAND BATTLE OPENED CLOSED β-TEST RECRUITMENT

Seven Deadly Sins: Light & Shadow Grand Battle is now recruiting β-Testers. The recruitment starts from March 5th, 2019 to April 2nd, 2019 but the company didn’t confirm Closed β-Test period yet. They planned to launch the test on both Android and iOS platforms. And, there is no specific conditions requirement to participate, instead it’s available for any first 20,000 players who applied for the recruitment (※NOTE: β-Testers have to prepare a Japanese Gmail account/Apple ID to able to access Japan Play Store/Apple Store to download the game, plus a smartphone that operated by Android/iOS to play it. The language in game is Japanese).

Pokemon Sword and Shield

The 8th generation of Pokémon has been announced on February 27th, 2019 in Pokémon Direct. These two newest titles in Pokémon series are named Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield. The games are designed for Switch (Nintendo) exclusively by Game Freak, and will be published by Nintendo. The publisher planned to release them worldwide in winter 2019, however specific date as well as estimated price aren’t yet declared. Same as other titles in the series, the games still follow turn-based RPG genre with anime-style art under 3D graphics. Sword & Shield is set in Galar region where its environment is diverse from quiet rural landscapes, modern cities, great grasslands to steep snow mountains. People in this region are together with Pokémon developing the industries. The protagonist starts his/her own adventure as well as tries to challenge and defeat the gym leaders of Galar to become a great Champion. Three Pokémon that can be chose to become the protagonist’s partner, including: Grookey – a mischievous chimp Grass type Pokémon, Scorbunny – an active rabbit Fire type Pokémon and Sobble – a timid lizard Pokémon.

DeNa just revealed a β-Test schedule for their brand new title called Torikago via a post on official website. For now, they only shared that β-Test will be occurred around early February 2019, however there is no specific date nor period, and players still cannot apply for it yet. The game is designed for Android and iOS platforms by DeNa. The company planned to release it within 2018 in Japan before but has been moved back to 2019 with the reason for quality enhancement, along with the delay the release date hasn’t yet shared. 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, 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, ※NOTED: This is Japanese Yen, the currency may change based on buyer’s region), there is a high chance that gacha system will be implemented just like other mobile games. The game follows turn-based RPG genre and owns an anime-style art under 3D graphics with all characters in game are featured in their chibi forms.

On December 1th, 2018 at Colopl Fes 2018 in Tokyo, Colopl has opened pre-registration for Project Babel as well as showed a promotion video. The game is designed for Android and iOS platforms by Colopl. 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 (still no 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, ※NOTED: This is Japanese Yen, the currency may change based on buyer’s region), there is a high chance that gacha system will be implemented just like other mobile games. If looking at the promotion video, the game follows turn-based RPG genre and owns an anime-style art under 3D graphics with all characters in game are featured in their chibi forms. Furthermore, it has scenario written by Kazushige Nojima known for several Final Fantasy series including Final Fantasy VII, Dragon’s Dogma Online with music written by Hitoshi Sakimoto known Final Fantasy XII, Ogre Battle: The March of the Black Queen.