Neptunia x Senran Kagura: Ninja Wars makes its way to Switch with all its boob-fuelled humour and game industry satire intact.
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Last week’s news highlights: a Swords game (for real, this time!), more otome and shmup goodness for Switch, and a motorsport documentary.
Mary Skelter Finale brings Compile Heart’s provocative trilogy to a close as it adds a unique, multi-party twist on the classic dungeon crawl.
Cupid Parasite, Otomate’s ‘divine romantic comedy otome game’, launches November 2 in North America and November 5 in Europe.
Mary Skelter 2 doesn’t mess with the formula that made Mary Skelter: Nightmares one of the best dungeon crawlers in recent memory. No complaints here.
Otome specialists Otomate are finally turning their attention to Switch, with 12 (!) titles announced for the console—including a new Hakuoki game and ports of Code:Realize and Amnesia: Memories.
I’m not sure why Compile Heart decided to remake a game that’s only a couple of years old, but Megadimension Neptunia VIIR is a fantastic result nonetheless.
Hakuoki: Edo Blossoms is the beautiful, bittersweet conclusion to Otomate’s latest take on their Shinsengumi romance. Just make sure you play Kyoto Winds first.
Many will come to Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds for the beautiful boys, but what struck me most about the game is its attention to detail and historical accuracy.