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Adventure RPG "Ruinverse" out now on Switch

March 4, 2021 - KEMCO proudly announces the release of Ruinverse for the Nintendo Switch™ system set to hit the North American, European and Australian Nintendo eShop today. Standard price is USD $14.99.

Follow Kit, a kind-hearted transporter, and his vivacious childhood friend Allie as they team up with a third-rate swindler, a quack physician, and a ditzy dwarf to travel the world in their quest to save Allie from a plight that threatens her very existence while experiencing their moments of triumph and hardship in what is sure to be an unforgettable journey for RPG lovers everywhere!

Two souls sharing the same body!
Being in an unusual predicament, Allie has the soul of another being named Alvyn living inside of her. To complicate matters, whenever she comes into contact with Kit, her and Alvyn's souls switch places, putting the other in control. However, not everything is as bad as it seems with the party able to leverage the physical and magical abilities of this duo in order to gain the upperhand in battle!

Unparalleled customization through skill trees!
By allocating skill points, characters can focus on mastering a single skill or become competent in a variety of physical and magical ones with this highly flexible growth system. Plus, after creating the ideal party, boost their parameters with a combination of equipment and strategic battle formations to make them a force to be reckoned with!

Outfit the party with the best equipment available!
Like equipment sold in shops, equipment dropped by enemies also has random special effects and differing strength values. So whether the aim is to obtain equipment for the party through local shop purchases or by winning it from enemies in battle, the choice is up to the player!

Battles that are sure to scratch that turn-based RPG itch!
With plenty of unique bosses to go around, battles are sure to give players a run for their money as they figure out how to use skills in conjunction with formations to take down the toughest of foes. Of course, with an easy mode available to casual players, those unfamiliar with the RPG genre will be able to enjoy the game without getting stuck, as well!

The Light remake "In Rays of the Light" heads to Switch on March 17th, 2021

Let there be light.

A remake of developer 7th Sector's 2012 game The Light is coming to Nintendo Switch. Titled as "In Rays of the Light," the remake first launched for PC via Steam last year under the much more straightforward name, "The Light Remake." Launching worldwide on March 17th, 2021, the game will be published by Sometimes You. Check out the Japanese eShop page here for screenshots and more details.

There is only you, the abandoned remains of a former life and the flourishing nature that feels great in the absence of man. This world is both gloomy and empty, but so incredibly beautiful.

In Rays of the Light is a remake of the original 2012 game The Light, an atmospheric author’s parable about our place in this world, life and death. Explore a mysterious territory filled with a variety of details that reveal the story. Solve logic puzzles and explore text messages.

FEATURES
- Meditation first-person quest
- Beautiful visual and melodic compositions from Dmitry Nikolaev - the author of OST to the game "35MM".
- A metaphorical philosophical story revealed in a study of details and surroundings.
- Two endings.

Neko-sama no Shaso-kara no Dasshutsu hits Switch in Japan on March 18th, 2021

Regista has announced that they're bringing Neko-sama no Shaso-kara no Dasshutsu to the Switch in Japan. The game is set to release on March 18th, 2021, and can be pre-ordered right now. Those who pre-order will get the game for 490 yen, but the game will shift to 990 yen starting March 30th, 2021. You can check out some screenshots and more details via the Japanese eShop here.

Neko-sama no Shaso-kara no Dasshutsu is escape room-style game from developer Nanka iine.

Single-player FPS "Counter Recon: The First Mission" comes to Switch on March 4th, 2021

Something about this seems familiar...

Single-player FPS game "Counter Recon: The First Mission" is coming to Nintendo Switch from developer/publisher TROOOZE. Launching in North America, Europe, and Japan on March 4th, 2021, you can check out the promotional reveal trailer above. A synopsis of the game can be read below, and screenshots can be viewed via the eShop listing here.

A single-player FPS game that fights against terrorists around the world! Overwhelming number of stages with high quality graphic! Weapons that excite military fans!

A single-player FPS game that fights against terrorists around the world!
Overwhelming number of stages with high quality graphic!
Various Weapons that excite military fans!

「Counter Recon: The First Mission」 is a solo single player/first person shooter game.
Enjoy a thrilling FPS game with a diverse play mode and various weapons that can be unlocked by leveling up.

・ In "MISSION", complete the missions, according to the story.
・ In "INFINITY", infiltrate the secret bunker and fight against the enemy.
・ In "ZOMBIE", fight for your survival from zombies in the contaminated areas.
・ In "TRAINING & BONUS", earn a daily login reward and practice various weapons.
・ Accumulate XP and level up by clearing the mission stages
・ Unlock the new weapons by leveling up
・ Enjoy realistic battle environments with 3D graphics
・ Collect and enjoy various weapons in the game
・ Upgrade characters and weapons to enhance combat skills

Become a member of the Counter Recon Special Force, wipe out terrorist organizations and complete all the missions to see the true ending.

Prologue
After the end of the Cold War in 1994, it seemed that the era of peace has finally arrived. However, since 2000, various non-governmental terrorist groups have been formed. In 2030, the ISS, the largest terrorist organization united all terrorist groups around the world and started to dominate cities. The ISS has become the most threatening terrorist organization in the world. At that time, new energy source was discovered that could change the future of humankind. The United Nations and NASA have sent a research team to investigate the new energy source. The ISS knew the value of the new energy source, terrorized major cities and occupied the energy source. From that time on, unexplained incidents such as network shutdowns, infectious diseases, mysterious deaths and mysterious aircraft crashes began to occur all over the world. The United Nations has concluded that these incidents are related to newly discovered energy source. The United Nations has formed Counter Recon Special Force with competent veterans to stop terrorism. The mission of the Counter Recon Special Force is to rescue researchers detained in each city and retrieve the energy source occupied by the ISS.

Check out the launch trailer for GraviFire

GraviFire is a logic game that mixes the mechanics of movement and gravity.

You need to put all the objects in the right places by controlling the character and the force of gravity.

The Green Fire has been abducted by evil aliens, who force him to solve puzzles for tests. You need to pass all the tests to return the Green Fire back to his home. Looks like you are in for some serious brainstorming! Gravity, movement, deadly lasers... What else the aliens have prepared?

Features:
- Gravity control
- 50 mind-bending levels
- Many different mechanics
- Bright pixel graphics

Pre-purchasing now available for 10 more games on the Japanese eShop

Prepare yourself.

10 more upcoming Switch games are now available for pre-purchase on the Japanese eShop. Check out all of the titles, their prices, release dates, file-sizes, and publishers below.

Spartan Fist
Price: ¥1,480 (¥980 until March 24th)
Release date: March 11th
File size: 954MB
Publisher: eastasiasoft

Bloody Bunny: The Game
Price: ¥999
Release date: March 11th
File size: 2.3GB
Publisher: DigiPen Game Stu

Doug Hates His Job
Price: ¥820 (¥574 until March 10th)
Release date: March 11th
File size: 2.0GB
Publisher: Super Villain Games

Bishoujo Battle☆Cyber Panic!
Price: ¥600
Release date: March 11th
File size: 218.0MB
Publisher: eastasiasoft

Bob Help Them!
Price: ¥799 (¥639 until April 6th)
Release date: March 11th
File size: 60.0MB
Publisher: No Gravity Games

In Rays of the Light
Price: ¥799 (¥639 until March 17th)
Release date: March 18th
File size: 1.3GB
Publisher: Sometimes You

Fantasy Tavern Sextet Vol. 3: Postlude Days
Price: ¥800 (¥680 until March 17th)
Release date: March 18th
File size: 824MB
Publisher: qureate

Neko-sama no Shaso-kara no Dasshutsu
Price: ¥990 (¥490 until March 30th)
Release date: March 18th
File size: 148MB
Publisher: register

Fighting Fighters
Price: ¥2,420 (¥1,936 until March 24th)
Release date: March 25th
File size: 1.3GB
Publisher: FuRyu

Ai Kiss 2
Price: ¥6,930 (¥6,200 until March 24th)
Release date: March 25th
File size: 3.2GB
Publisher: Entergram

25 more titles hitting the Switch eShop in Japan this week

Check out these latest releases!

25 new titles have arrived on the Japanese eShop this week (March 4th, 2021). Check out the entire lineup below to see the titles, prices, file sizes, publishers, and eShop links!

Ciel nosurge: Requiem for a Lost Star DX
Price: ¥6,380
Release date: March 4th
File size: 6.6GB
Publisher: Koei Tecmo Games

Ar nosurge: Ode to an Unborn Star DX
Price: ¥6,380
Release date: March 4th
File size: 6.6GB
Publisher: Koei Tecmo Games

Sage Concerto DX
Price: ¥10,846
Release date: March 4th
File size: 6.6GB
Publisher: Koei Tecmo Games

Ruinverse
Price: ¥1,320
Release date: March 4th
File size: 232.0MB
Publisher: Kemco

Super Met-Boy!
Price: ¥1,000 (¥900 until March 10th)
Release date: March 4th
File size: 162.0MB
Publisher: Flyhigh Works

CASE ANIMATRONICS
Price: ¥1,000 (¥750 until March 17th)
Release date: March 4th
File size: 384.0MB
Publisher: eastasiasoft

Active Neurons 3 - Wonders Of The World
Price: ¥500
Release date: March 4th
File size: 410.0MB
Publisher: Sometimes You

Sir Lovelot
Price: ¥1,200
Release date: March 4th
File size: 407.0MB
Publisher: pixel games

Dungeons and Bombs
Price: ¥500
Release date: March 4th
File size: 143.0MB
Publisher: Sometimes You

GraviFire
Price: ¥500
Release date: March 4th
File size: 148.0MB
Publisher: Sometimes You

Reed Collection
Price: ¥980 (¥882 until March 25th)
Release date: March 4th
File size: 90.0MB
Publisher: Shinyuden

Duel on Board
Price: ¥799
Release date: March 4th
File size: 334.0MB
Publisher: indienova

Life of Fly
Price: ¥1,499
Release date: March 4th
File size: 7.6GB
Publisher: EpiXR

Cave Bad
Price: ¥500 (¥400 until March 24th)
Release date: March 4th
File size: 153.0MB
Publisher: eastasiasoft

G-MODE Archives 32
Price: ¥500 (¥450 until April 3rd)
Release date: March 4th
File size: 99.0MB
Publisher: G-Mode

Arcade Archives: Legend of Makai
Price: ¥838
Release date: March 4th
File size: 39.0MB
Publisher: Hamster

Maker series: Hitono puzzle
Price: ¥1,500
Release date: March 4th
File size: 614.0MB
Publisher: Gotcha Gotcha Games

Counter Recon: The First Mission
Price: ¥1,800
Release date: March 4th
File size: 2.5GB
Publisher: Troze

Huntdown
Price: ¥1,999
Release date: March 4th
File size: 1.2GB
Publisher: Coffee Stain

Omvorm
Price: ¥576
Release date: March 4th
File size: 181.0MB
Publisher: 4MB Interactive

haolin vs Wutang
Price: ¥1,080
Release date: March 4th
File size: 7.2GB
Publisher: GODSPEED GAMES

A Glider's Journey
Price: ¥990
Release date: March 4th
File size: 1.6GB
Publisher: Emma Franklin

Curse of the Dead Gods
Price: ¥2,480 (¥2,232 until March 18th)
Release date: March 4th
File size: 3.7GB
Publisher: Focus Home Interactive

Ayakashi Koimaru Akatsuki no Sho / Kure no Sho
Price: ¥4,980
Release date: March 4th
File size: 1.3GB
Publisher: Voltage

Jigsaw Masterpiece Starter's Pack --Masterpiece Edition--
Price: ¥500
Release date: March 4th
File size: 164.0MB
Publisher: bottle cube

Pizza Bar Tycoon --Extended version--
Price: ¥899 (¥449 until March 30th)
Release date: March 4th
File size: 251.0MB
Publisher: Baltoro Games

Two new demos now available on the Japanese eShop (PHOGS! and Sea of Solitude: The Director's Cut)

They're free!

Two more demos have become available for Switch games on the Japanese eShop, and we have all the info on the titles below. Check out the demos that can be downloaded for free using a Japanese Nintendo Switch account.

PHOGS!
Published by: Coatsink Software

Two heads are better than one!

In PHOGS! you play as a duo of dogs on a captivating, puzzle-filled adventure. Linked by a stretchy belly, you’ll need to bark, bite and bounce your way through obstacles set across the themed worlds of Food, Sleep and Play, in co-op or single-player.

Forage through Food World, teeming with tasty treats. From hot buttered toast to chopped celery... even a river of chocolate!

Stroll through Sleep World, complete with teddy bears, cushions and quilts, all nestled in the glow of the soothing night-light.

Pounce through the crazy toybox of Play World, exploring a beach amusement park, a retro arcade, and everything in between. Woof!

Supporting single-player and shared-controller gameplay, plus local and online co-op, Red and Blue are always ready to play!

Sea of Solitude: The Director's Cut
Published by: QUANTIC DREAM

Adventure through a beautiful and troubling world where nothing is as it seems, to confront and conquer your fears.

Kay knows monsters. Monsters that you know, too. Loneliness, depression, and abandonment take on the form of frightening beasts and fantastical creatures in the award-winning Sea of Solitude, an action/adventure game revisited for Nintendo Switch™, now as The Director’s Cut.

Adventure through a beautiful and troubling world where nothing is as it seems, to confront and conquer your fears. Featuring a deeply moving script by Cornelia Geppert, Sea of Solitude: The Director’s Cut takes you through a drowned city where light has been submerged in darkness, and metaphorical creatures evoke painful emotions that Kay must face and overcome.

Journey with Kay by boat and on foot, navigate harsh landscapes, solve puzzles and confront the monsters to help her find her inner peace and her sea of solitude. Experience an ever-evolving world rendered in lush visuals and supported by a mesmerizing score, and bring to the surface the inner strength that lies within us all.

Hamster raising sim "Djungarian Monogatari" comes to Switch in Japan on May 20th, 2021

It's time to do the hamster dance!

Publisher/developer Success has announced a new hamster raising simulation game titled Djungarian Monogatari. Launching for Switch in Japan on May 20th 2021, the digital and retail (code-in-box) release will be priced at ¥2,500 yen. Check out the game's official Japanese website here for screenshots, artwork, and more details. There is sadly no word on a western localization at this time.

Check out the launch trailer for Sir Lovelot

Sir Lovelot is on a quest to find the love of his life. Join him in this wacky platformer, where impressing cheeky damsels is harder than a heart of stone!

Spring is in the air. Can you feel it?

Sir Lovelot surely can, and he's determined to roam the four corners of Lululand, from castle to castle, to find the love of his life!

Your goal is to collect a selection of gifts to offer the next awaiting damsel while avoiding treacherous hazards and fighting off weird creatures, all in the best possible time!

The game boasts over 40 hand-crafted levels of platforming goodness, from rope climbing and wall sliding to high jumping and water diving. Sir Lovelot can hold his breath really really long!

Off you go now, Sir Lovelot. You can do this!

• A single-player adventure, strangely familiar and yet like no other
• Hundreds of screens of platforming challenges, in over 40 levels
• A whole arsenal of unsuspecting nasties roaming the land
• Dozens of devious short-cuts, secret treasures and golden eggs
• A beautiful original soundtrack by Alexander Falinski

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