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Multiple Switch titles now available for preload in Japan, SD Gundam G, Mutant Year Zero, and more

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Preloading games from the Nintendo eShop is the best way to anticipate the release of your favorite titles. A few new games now have option to preload in Japan, so be sure to check them out!

SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays - ¥9,020 [17.8 GB]

SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays 'Premium G Sound Edition' - ¥13,200

Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden Deluxe Edition - ¥5,280 (on sale for ¥4,758) [6.9 GB]

Stay Cool, Kobayashi-san!: A River City Ransom Story - ¥1,500 [798 MB]

Storm Raiders 2 releasing for Switch in Japan on October 31st

You've got a big storm coming!

Another day, another Japanese eShop announcement! Storm Raiders 2 is making its way over to Nintendo Switch on October 31st. The air-combat game will cost ¥2,100, and a 3.4 GB download is required. English language is supported in the Atypical Games published release.

'PictoQuest: The Cursed Grids' releasing November 7th in Japan

The best of the quest!

Publisher 'Plug In Digital' is getting ready to release the RPG-puzzle game, PictoQuest, for Nintendo Switch. A final release date of November 7th has been given for the Japanese eShop. The title is now available for preload, and will cost ¥1,080. English language support is available, and a 417 MB download will be required.

New survival mode 'Rebel Yell' available for Rebel Cops, update also includes infinite savegames

What the yell?

A new update is now available across all platforms for Rebel Cops. THQ has announced the now available 'Rebel Yell' survival mode, that is being introduced into the game. Alongside the new mode, you know have the option for an infinite number of savegames, which was a much-requested feature.

Masahiro Sakurai's controller collection, living room setup, and more details revealed

Sakurai and the legend of the 12 PlayStations

Masahiro Sakurai is nothing short of a legend. It's always interesting to find out new details on his work life, as well as his personal life. With special thanks to @nokoloc and @PushDustIn on Twitter, we have full translated details from Sakurai's latest column. Check out the summary below!

- Sakurai bought two Nintendo Switch Online Super Famicom Controllers.

- He enjoys the feel of the Playstation 4 'Revolution Unlimited Pro Controller', he owns one himself.

- Astral Chain was difficult for him to play due to his tendonitis, so he purchased a Switch rapid-fire controller to help with those specific sequences.

- Sakurai owns over 60 controllers across all platforms, not including the ones in his main home. He forgets why he bought some of them.

- The initial reason Sakurai had so many controllers, was because he wanted four of each for 4-player multiplayer. Then other various reasons for controller purchases caused the amount he owns to be as high as it is.

- His second home is closer to work, so he doesn't have as long of a commute. He returns to his main house on the weekends (picture above is from his main house).

- He personally owns four Switches, two in each home. He has two TVs per home as well.

- Sakurai's main house is more like home, his second house is used as his own personal office.

- He owns six PlayStation 4s and six PlayStation 3s across his two homes (three of each per house). He likes to compete against guests in various games, using his multiple displays.

- Organization helps Sakurai keep his gaming items easily accessible. He includes labels on his HDMI cables, boxes to separate controllers, and other various methods. For his classic 80s/90s hardware, he uses a storage unit underground.

- It's difficult managing all of his different hardware. He charges his controllers before he plays.

- To avoid anything being overwritten, Sakurai always has things saved to multiple consoles. He mostly uses the cloud for his saves, so he needs to be prepared to have the ability to download an update twice.

[Check out full translations here!]

Woodle Tree 2: Deluxe is making its way to the Japanese eShop on October 31st

Tree, is a magic number!

Woodle Tree 2: Deluxe is the latest Switch title to find a release in Japan. The ChubbyPixel published title will be available on the Japanese eShop on October 31st for ¥1,550. Support for the English language will be available, and a 1.4 GB download will be required.

RPG title 'Asdivine Kamura' releasing October 31st for Switch

Sounds devine!

Asdivine Kamura is making its way over to the Japanese Nintendo eShop next week, on October 31st. While a release date hasn't been announced for the West from publisher Kemco, we can presume a worldwide launch on the same date. Even if it takes longer to come to the West, English language support will be available in the Japanese release. The game costs ¥1,320, and will require a 1.0 GB download.

Musynx now available for Switch in Japan

Feel the rhythm!

While the game has been out for a few months in the West, Japan has yet to experience the rhythm! PM Studios' Musynx is now available on the Japanese eShop, and can be purchased for ¥3,222. English language is supported, and a 1.8 GB download is required.

Otokomizu releasing October 31st on Japanese Switch eShop

More than a loincloth would be ideal...

3D-action game, Otokomizu, was previously announced for Nintendo Switch. The game in particular can't exactly be described with words, and can only be understood with a trailer. Even after watching the trailer, I still don't fully understand. A release date has now been given for the title, and it will be available on October 31st from the Japanese eShop. This experience of a game costs ¥980, and English language support is available. A 1.6 GB download is required.

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