Author: Gabriel Persechino-Forest Published: February 2nd, 2019
Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists Preview
The Switch, Playstation 4 and Vita game is currently out in Japan and will come out in North America on March 26 and in Europe on March 29.
Source: ガストチャンネル (Article image as well)
Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal Launch Trailers
Date a Live Game Details Revealed
The new game based on Koushi Tachibana’s light novels will be titled Date A Live: Ren Dystopia and will release this summer on the Playstation 4 in Japan.
Moero Chronicle H Re-Release Details
The new release is for the Switch and is digital. The game is already out in Japan and features new HD visuals.
Nekopara Vol. 2 Release Details
The game will release on the Switch and Playstation 4 on February 14 and will have Japanese, English, Simplified and Traditional Chinese text.
Song of Memories Cancelled on the Switch
The Nintendo Switch’s release of the visual novel has been cancelled due to “Development complications”, which leaves only the February 1st Playstation 4 release. PQube has assured gamers that Sony’s censorship policy will not cause any changes to their release of the game on the PS4. Of course, as pointed by One Angry Gamer, we still don’t know if the original Japanese version was censored, since Sony’s censorship policy affects games in the developmental stages.
Source: One Angry Gamer
Blade Arcus Rebellion Promo
The game comes out on the Switch and Playstation 4 on March 14.
The Princess Guide New Trailer
The Switch and Playstation 4 game is scheduled for a March 26 release.
Source: NIS America
Etrian Odyssey Nexus Gameplay Trailer
The Nintendo 3DS game is scheduled for release on February 5 in North America and Europe.
Source: Atlus USA
Dragon Marked for Death Trailer
The game will release in the West on the Switch with all additional content in March.
Trinity Seven Game Resumes Development
Trinity Seven: Phantasm Library & Seventh Sol., the game which was previously cancelled, has resumed development for a spring release.
Source: Comic Natalie