Toei Animation Europe removes January 2021 release date for Digimon Survive

Surviving 2020?

It's been a wild ride for Digimon Survive when it comes to release date information. The latest bump in the road came last week, when Toei Animation Europe had added a January 2021 release date for the game to their website. As they're the licensor for the game, you'd think they'd have the correct info. Now it seems that wasn't the case.

The page on Toei Animation Europe's website that had the January 2021 listing has now been updated. All the page states now is that Digimon Survive is coming. There's absolutely no date listed at all, so I guess we're back to thinking this game will come out sometime this year.

Visual novel 'Big Dipper' heads to Switch on Aug. 13th, 2020

Take a dip this week

Big Dipper is a visual novel which tells a romantic story of the circumstances that brought two lovers together one fateful New Year's Eve.

A miracle beyond the polar circle. They say it's hard to find a place to call your own, but what if such a place was not uniquely yours? What if both of you were not willing to give it up? Big Dipper is a kinetic visual novel, available in English, Simplified Chinese, and Russian, which tells a romantic story of the unusual circumstances that brought two lovers together one fateful New Year's Eve.



Family troubles forced Andrew to leave his childhood home and step into an an early adulthood. Cast out on his own by a cruel twist of fate, he was led far north, where he was saved from the cold by an elderly furniture maker. Andrew studied the old man’s craft, and worked hard independently for years to come. Soon enough, he was finally able to afford his own house. If there was one lesson he had learned throughout his life, it was that living without a home was not truly living at all.


Julia’s childhood was mostly spent at her grandfather's home. Her parents would go on year long business trips, during which she grew up falling asleep near the fireplace, lulled to sleep by the roaring winds and the sounds of grandpa's instruments. When she turned twelve, her family moved to a place thousands of miles away, but she always knew when the time came again, she would one day come back to her old home.


- An estimated 2-4 hours in length
- Cut-in chibi and illustration art
- Dynamic visual effects, including animated backgrounds
- Available in English, Simplified Chinese, & Russian
- 10+ CGs
- Beautiful, Distinct High Resolution HD Artwork
- A wonderful story detailing love, fate, and the decisions that guide us through life

Big Dipper comes to Switch on Aug. 13th, 2020. The game is priced at $5, and takes up 1 GB.

Samurai Shodown updated to Version 2.00, patch notes shared

Samurai Shodown has been updated to Version 2.00. Check out the full patch notes below.

Check out the launch trailer for Steam Tactics

Welcome aboard, captain

Welcome aboard your airship, captain! Steam Tactics is an RPG about steampunk airships with tactical turn-based combat. Take on a role of a captain of a squad of airship pilots, acquire and upgrade new ships and weapons, level up your crew.

Steam Tactics is available on Switch right now. The game takes up 114 MB of space, and is priced at $10.

Angry Video Game Nerd I & II Deluxe should hit Switch sometime in September, physical release later, vinyl album coming as well


Angry Video Game Nerd I & II Deluxe was revealed for Switch quite some time ago, but there hasn't been much talk about it in recent months. Now the Angry Video Game Nerd himself has shared an update on the project, and we don't have long to way.

According to James Rolfe, Angry Video Game Nerd I & II Deluxe will be releasing for Switch sometime in Sept. 2020. That's the digital release, but a physical option is also coming later down the road. We'll bring you a date for that when one is shared.

Along with that, Angry Video Game Nerd I & II Deluxe will see an official soundtrack release as well. This is going to be a vinyl release, with details shared on preorders and more later.

Check out more gameplay for Arcade Archives: Circus Charlie

"CIRCUS CHARLIE" is a scrolling action game released by KONAMI in 1984. The player takes control of a circus clown, CHARLIE, to perform daring circus acts such as jumping through rings of fire and the flying trapeze. Dazzle and amaze the crowd with your perfect performance!

GameSpot Video - Disturbing Myths & Folklore That Inspired The Witcher 3

A lore deep-dive

On this episode of Lorescape, we explore the disturbing legends behind 4 of the most unforgettably creepy monsters of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono leaves Capcom after almost 30 years

Hitting the streets

In quite a shocking announcement, Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono has revealed that he's leaving Capcom after nearly 30 years at the company. You can see Mr. Ono's full statement on his departure below.

Thanks to Lars for the heads up!

Smash Bros. Ultimate glitch will crash the game

Crashing the boys

A new glitch has been discovered in Smash Bros. Ultimate, and it is bad enough to crash the game. When selecting a stage, if you press the Y button on any battlefield stage to play any song, then pause the song and select "all", the music will stop. After this, select a stage and the game will crash. Obviously a very specific set of steps, but it still results in a crash. Expect this one to be fixed soon.

Two more Mario Kart Tour "How Will YOU Kart" commercials released

Nintendo has released another two commercials in their 'How Will YOU Kart' Mario Kart Tour series. This time around, we have spots for The Frenzy and and The Unbreakable.


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