Zelda: Breath of the Wild fans are having fun with the 'World/Reality Overload glitch'

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild might be coming up on its three-year anniversary, but fans still aren't done messing around with the game. A number of glitches and hiccups have been discovered throughout that time, and the latest one has been dubbed the 'World/Reality Overload glitch.' Wondering what that is and what it does? Check out the video above to see the madness!

Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland - another batch of screens and art

Check out more screens and art here

This heart-warming new entry follows the young Elmerulia Fryxell; an energetic and positive young girl who studies alchemy diligently to live up to the legacy of her mother – the famous Rorona Fryxell. Supported by her close childhood friend, the hardworking and caring Eva Armster, she works hard to fulfill her dream and become a renowned alchemist. Fans of the Arland series will be able to re-meet old characters, and re-explore the land of Arland, to see how the flow of time has changed everything they once knew.

Nintendo offering 5 free Main Power-Up drink tickets to Splatoon 2 players in Japan

Those with Japanese copies of Splatoon 2 are eligible for a special offer. Nintendo is putting up 5 free Main Power Up drink tickets for those who check out Splatoon 2 in the Switch News Channel. Find the latest article, scroll all the way to the bottom, and press the button to receive your gift.

The Caligula Effect: Overdose - 'Men Are The Worst' trailer

Mobius. An idyllic world that exists for the sake of letting people forget about the pain and problems of reality. In this world created by a sentient vocaloid program, μ (Mu), reality and fantasy has become blurred, allowing people to relive their high school years in bliss. Yet in this seemingly beautiful and perfect world, something is amiss. Escape from this false paradise with your fellow students and return to reality in The Caligula Effect: Overdose!

Our World is Ended - '7 days until release' trailer

Our World is Ended is just a week out from release in Japan, and the hype is being kept up with yet another daily trailer. If anything, these trailers are just reminding me how much longer we have to wait for the NA/EU release!

Trials Rising open beta now live

Trials Rising brings the biggest and most compelling sequel of the franchise to date, combining the acclaimed classic gameplay, a fresh new look, more competition and over-the-top action praised by fans, plus all-new features.

During the Open Beta, riders will have access to a special set of features and progression flow, along with Global Multiplayer. This includes:

18 tracks from easy to extreme, including four University of Trials on-boarding tracks
Five bikes (Squid, Rhino, Mantis, Helium and the hilarious two-player Tandem bike)
The exclusive Turbo Bike Exhaust for the Helium Bike, which makes it roar like a real motorbike. All players who unlock the in-game Trials Turbo Bike item during Open Beta will be able to keep it once they purchase the game.
25 Contracts, Challengers game mode and 8 tracks playable in Online Multiplayer
Customization editor with over 2,000 stickers
For more information about Trials Rising and to register for the Open Beta, please visit: https://www.ubisoft.com/en-us/game/trials-rising

To All Mankind - details on story, character, and gameplay systems

We got a look at the debut trailer for To All Mankind just a few hours ago, along with some screens, art, and Japanese preorder bonuses. Now we have a full round of details on story, characters, and gameplay. Check out all that content below.

■ Story

When I woke up, I was in a hotel room in Akihabara.

“Oh right, we came to Akihabara together to go sightseeing.”

We slept in late, but now we’re gonna go explore the town and eat delicious food… that’s right! Just thinking about it is getting me excited…!

Everyone else is awake, too, so let’s get going to Akiba! To Akihabara!

—Huh…? Was Akihabara always like this…?

The “Akihbara” that spread out before us was a town somehow extremely ruined.

Vegetation has run wild, the town is desolate, and there are no signs of human life at all—.

Where did everyone go? Akihabara had “this sort of feeling”…?

I don’t know what happened, but I’ll enjoy my trip with everyone for the time being!

■ Characters

Kyouka Shintou (voiced by Mana Satou)

The always smiling and energetic mood maker, who is full of expressions and emotions. She can be somewhat clumsy at times, but that is part of her charm.

She loves her grandma and is a fan of anime. She prefers reading manga over difficult books. While living in Akihabara, she will occasionally show her otaku side, but also let loose some grandma-like wisdom from time to time.

She is the protagonist of this story.

Isana Shouni (voiced by Yukino Tsubaki)

She is like a mother to the group. She is serious and firm, but as a result of overt seriousness, her worries never end…

She even worries about her motherly position, and is trying her best to break free of that role.

An excellent cook, she indulges everyone who says, “Even while living in Akihabara, we want to eat tasty food!”

Erina Kashi (voiced by Nanahira)

At first glance she may seem lazy, but she is actually an all-rounder who can play both the funny man and the straight man. Since she only tends to say half-hearted things with a serious look on her face, those around her are often under her thumb. However, she is a no frills girl who acts the same around everyone, so things like that are forgiven.

She is a major gamer, and while living in an Akihabara where games are out of reach, her only concern is not getting her smartphone game login bonuses…

Kazumi Komatsu (voiced by Sana Hoshimori)

A girl is no less energetic and cheerful than Kyouka. She says what she thinks and lives a carefree life in which she relies on her instincts. She is a straightforward girl who always says things to encourage everyone.

An active girl, she is confident in her physical strength. If Isana is the mother to the group, then Kazumi is the older sister, as well as an indication of whether the group is doing alright or not.

Yuyuko Oura (voiced by Mina Nakazawa)

A quarter French girl distinguished by her soft hair. She has a big thirst for knowledge and loves reading books. As such, she has a good head on her shoulders and is like a walking dictionary, rescuing the group in tight situations with all sorts of knowledge.

She addresses everyone with “san” at the end of their names, and is for some reason very shy and distant, but on occasion will open her heart and blend in with the group. She behaves rationally, but genuinely expresses emotions such as happiness and enjoyment.

■ System

◆ Akihabara

First, check the everyday necessities!

A ruined Akihabara without any other humans in sight is laid out before you, where the girls are forced to live a life of survival. First, explore the hotel and town to see what is already there and what is needed.


The hotel that the girls are staying at. While there is no sign of other humans, the kitchen is equipped with cup ramen, an induction heater, and a full set of other cooking utensils. If you have the ingredients for it, you might be able to cook something.

The Streets of Akihabara

The streets of Akihabara are covered in greenery everywhere the eye can see. Even the scenery of Akihabara’s familiar main street, “Chuo-Dori,” has a different appearance about it. Was the atmosphere of the “Akihabara Station” entrance always like this…?

◆ Exploration Spots

Akihabara has many names—“sacred land of the otaku,” “Electric Town,” the list goes on. But even in its ruined state, there are remnants of the Akihabara that everyone remembers. Explore the town and make full use of its huge dungeons.

Even familiar buildings have become another thing entirely, covered in ivy and grass. And not just their exteriors, their interiors are also covered in grass, and in most shops it does not seem like you can go higher than the second floor.

Doujin Shop

“How do you start a fire?” “Is that edible?” In times of question, you can gather all sorts of information at the Doujin Shop.

◆ Survival Life

Field work in the middle of a city!?

While they are only five girls, in a town where the greenery has overgrown and buildings are covered in vines, physical labor is necessary. The meal after a day of building up sweat is sure to be twice as good as normal!


It seems that seeds will become vegetables if properly grown. But how will you plow the field in a ruined town…?


While the theme of “nature” is not strong in Akihabara, you can go fishing in Kanda River.

Hints in Your Surroundings?

By exploring the city and obtaining useful tools from the mountain of rubble, you will be able to do more and more. That includes starting fires, going fishing, catching wild animals, and more. While tools can be used standalone, they can also sometimes be combined. There may be hints closer than you think in your surroundings, and you may be able to do things you would not normally have imagined.

Oninaki - another round of screens

With exciting new action-RPG gameplay, players will explore the world as a mysterious Watcher named Kagachi who is bound by duty to sever the bonds that tie the Lost to this world. With Kagachi’s guidance, these wandering souls in the world of the Beyond can continue the cyclical process of reincarnation over again.

Warplanes: WW2 Dogfight - gameplay footage

In Warplanes: WW2 Dogfight players get the chance to take a seat at the controls of a historical airplane and feel the power of its engines and experience the rush of adrenaline flowing through their veins while facing an enemy plane up in the air.

Guilty Gear 20th Anniversary Pack: Switch pouch, release date, day-one goodies and more revealed (official PR)

PQube (London, UK) February 21st, 2019 - Arc System Works and PQube are excited to share the release date and more details about the Guilty Gear 20th Anniversary Pack, which bundles up the original Guilty Gear and GUILTY GEAR XX ΛCORE PLUS R for Nintendo Switch.

Guilty Gear 20th Anniversary Pack will release on May 17th as a special day-one edition, including

- a personal letter from Guilty Gear creator Daisuke Ishiwatari
- an artbook with unreleased works of his

Both games included in the pack will be available as separate digital versions for Nintendo Switch and the original Guilty Gear will release digitally for PlayStation 4.

Finally, a limited edition of only 500 pieces in Europe has been announced that comes with the only Nintendo Switch pouch anime fighting game fans will ever need! PQube is partnering with RICE Digital to bring this to the west and will have more details soon.