7-minute trailer released for Mary Skelter Finale

Compile Heart has been keeping fans of Mary Skelter Finale very informed in recent weeks, releasing videos, character profiles, and more. Now the company has released a 7-minute trailer that's full of gameplay, character art, and music. Check out the spot above.

RUMOR - Spanish voice actors for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 say their work is done

Could this one be coming sooner than expected?

Nintendo has hardly made a peep about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 since they revealed it, and fans are extremely eager to find out new details. While Nintendo remains quiet, it seems some people involved with the project may have let loose with a juicy tidbit.

The Spanish podcast "A Coffee With Nintendo" recently interviewed Marc Navarro and Nerea Alfonso, the voice actors for Revali and Zelda respectively. During the podcast, it seems that the two make mention of their work on the Spanish dub for the sequel being done. That's quickly followed up with a little clarification, with the duo saying they're not actually sure if they're allowed to share that information.

If that tidbit is indeed true, then Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 could be much further along than expected. Let's hope Nintendo comes out and shares an update that gives us firm details on when to expect the game's release.

Thanks to Sergio for the heads up!

RetroMania Rumble shows off animated wrestler intros

From parts unknown...

RetroMania Wrestling is going to include quick intro animations for all the wrestlers included. Every wrestling fan knows just how important and iconic wrestler entrances can be! See what these retro wrestlers have to offer in the latest video above.

SuperGroupies reveals The World Ends With You merch

The World Ends With You is having a real resurgence lately. Fans begged for more of the franchise for years, which lead to mobile ports of the original game, and then a Switch revamp. That was followed by the announcement and reveal of The World Ends With You: The Animation, an anime slated for 2021. Now we have even more TWEWY goodness with a new merch line from SuperGroupies.

SuperGroupies has revealed a line of The World Ends With You merch that includes multiple variations on backpacks, watches, and wallets. You can preorder the items now, with bags and wallets due to ship out in Nov. 2020, and watches sometime in Dec. 2020. Check out the various designs here.

Rogue Company alpha codes now being sent out

Going Rogue today

An alpha for Rogue Company, a multiplayer, cross-platform, third-person shooter from Hi-Rez, was announced some time ago. People have been waiting patiently for that alpha to arrive, and it seems like now's that time.

Hi-Rez is starting to send out emails today with alpha code access. It seems that footage is and impressions are locked down for some time, and the alpha will be running until July 13th, 2020. If you signed up for an alpha, keep an eye on your inbox!

Everyday Today’s Menu for the Emiya Family releasing in North America

What's on the menu?

Everyday Today’s Menu for the Emiya Family has been confirmed for Switch release in North America. The title was revealed for Japan awhile back, but now Aniplex has announced a North American release, but they haven't shared a date yet. We can look forward to more information via the official English website for the game.

For those who missed the game's reveal, Everyday Today’s Menu for the Emiya Family is a game based on the Fate/stay night spin-off manga. The game's theme song, “Tabete Ageru,” is being done by Sangatsu no Phantasia, who also wrote the ending theme song for the Today’s Menu for the Emiya Family anime. The game's development is being handled by GRID.

Good Job! originally had a more fantastical approach to its office setting, says the dev team

Job well done

Good Job! is a humorous puzzler that takes place in an office setting. The game definitely has its funny elements, but the office backdrop is pretty straightforward. In an interview with NintendoEverything, director Coen Neessen from Paladin Studios explained that things actually started off a bit more outlandish.

Early on in development the company you would work at in the game was much more fantastical. So, we would have overcharged cables that would turn printers into bombs and we even had the ability to freeze time. Ultimately, we found that having a mundane office environment worked much better for the physical humor of the game.

One thing that we tried to make work was to build a level that could also function as a race track for people to race on with office chairs and fire extinguishers. Sadly, we could not combine that layout nicely with a good puzzle level, so we had to abandon that goal.

Crysis Remastered's file size revealed

No Crysis here

Crysis Remastered was revealed for Switch recently, marking the first time the series will come to a Nintendo platform. The original plan was to bring the game out on July 23rd, 2020, but now all versions of the title have been pushed back by a few weeks.

While we wait for the new release date, Nintendo's official hub page for the game has been updated with some info. We now know that the game will take up 6.2 GB, and it's priced at $30. Not too shabby altogether!

'Talking Points' announced for Jackbox Party Pack 7

Let's talk about that

The gang at Jackbox has announced the next game for Jackbox Party Pack 7. Talking Points is going to be included, and you can see full details on it below.

What if a party game focused on the most terrifying activity of all: public speaking? And what if that party game raised the stakes even further by making you give a speech with zero prep and gave you an assistant who may or may not have your best interest at heart? Would it help if the game embraced the fact that all of the speeches would be very very stupid? Hopefully so because today we’re announcing the fourth game in The Jackbox Party Pack 7, Talking Points.

In Talking Points, you and your friends take turns giving short speeches that revolve entirely around responding to slides that you have not seen in advance. If it’s a text slide you read the text out loud, if it’s a picture slide… you say whatever comes to mind, whether it makes sense or… well, it probably won’t make sense.

In addition, you’ll all take turns being the Assistant to one of the other Speakers. While they speak, you use your phone or tablet to pick the next set of slides. Maybe a picture of a flock of birds is exactly what they need to underscore the nuanced point they’re making. Or maybe you’ll pick a picture of a dumpster fire just to see what happens.

At the same time everyone else responds to the speeches and slides with their moment-to-moment real time reactions. Because what piece of data could be more important than whether your spontaneous fart joke “moved the needle” of public opinion?

We’ll have more info on Talking Points and its many surprises soon, as well as updates on Champ’d Up, The Devils and the Details, Quiplash 3 and the fifth game in The Jackbox Party Pack 7.

Untitled Goose Game might be getting a physical release

Well honk my horn!

Untitled Goose Game has been a runaway hit, capturing the hearts and minds of the internet with its irreverent humor and unique gameplay. The game has moved countless units via the Switch eShop, and now it seems it'll be getting a shot at a retail release.

Amazon Germany has added a listing to their site for a physical version of Untitled Goose Game, and it's listed with a Sept. 22nd, 2020 release. Skybound Games is named as the publisher, and the title is priced at 35,99 €. It all certainly seems plausible, so now we just have to wait for the parties involved to announce it.

Thanks to Sligeach_eire for the heads up!


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