Hatsune Miku: Project Diva MegaMix (Switch) let’s you use PlayStation and arrow symbols in Arcade Mode

A potential megaton for veteran fans. This was spotted by P.Scoop at ResetEra, who shared that a user on twitter tweeted an image that was shown at the Magical Mirai event where the game was shown back on Aug 31st. The image showed that Hatsune Miku: Project Diva MegaMix on Switch will actually support the PlayStation button layout, as well as directional arrows in Arcade Mode:

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Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers (Switch) Review


Title: Destiny Connect: Tick-Tock Travelers
Platform: Nintendo Switch
Developer: Nippon-Ichi Software/SYUPRO-DX
Publisher: NIS America
Release Date: October 22nd, 2019 (NA)
File Size: 4.9GB

Review copy provided by NIS America

Yep, another NIS game! This time the game is by NIS and SYUPRO-DX, who helped out on The Longest 5 Minutes. This is a very unique game from NIS because unlike nearly all of their other games, this one is actually a full 3D title, AND it even runs in Unreal Engine 4! How does this game fare? Will it make you tick or tock (what does that even mean?)? Let’s find out!

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Little Town Hero (Switch eShop) Review


Title: Little Town Hero
Platform: Nintendo Switch eShop
Developer: Game Freak
Publisher: Game Freak
Release Date: October 16th, 2019 (NA)
File Size: 1.9GB

Review copy provided by Rainy Frog

Yeah, Rainy Frog decided to step in and provide the review copies for Game Freak. How about that? 😛 Anyway…

Little Town Hero is a JRPG by Game Freak… WAIT WHAT!? Yep, from the creators of Pokémon comes I believe to be their first all-new original JRPG, possibly since the SNES? Whenever Game Freak does a non-Pokémon thing, it’s usually in a different genre. Examples include HarmoKnight (3DS), a platform/rhythm game, Pocket Card Jockey (3DS), a solitaire/horse-racing game, and Drill Dozer (GBA), a 2D platform digging game. Actually the director of Little Town Hero is the same person who directed Pocket Card Jockey; Masao Taya. So how does this game fare? Is it a good idea or a bad idea? Let’s find out!

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The Alliance Alive HD Remastered (Switch) Review


Title: The Alliance Alive HD Remastered
Platform: Nintendo Switch
Developer: Cattle Call (3DS original and HD remaster)/Grezzo (design assistance on the 3DS original)
Publisher: FuRyu (JP)/NIS America (NA and EU)
Release Date: October 8th, 2019 (NA)
File Size: 5GB

Review copy provided by NIS America

Hey look at that another NIS America game review! This time we’re looking at The Alliance Alive HD Remastered, an HD version of the 3DS game by Cattle Call and FuRyu released back in 2017. The 3DS original even had close Nintendo ally Grezzo help out on design! Cattle Call seemingly did the remaster on their own (makes sense as Grezzo seems strictly Nintendo-exclusive and just put out Link’s Awakening on Switch). Actually, all parties involved in Japan actually worked on an earlier game for 3DS; The Legend of Legacy back in 2015.

Literally the same director, character designer, composer, Grezzo, the works came back for this game. But they actually got a big name to write the story; Yoshitaka Murayama, the creator of Suikoden! So with that out of the way, how’s the game? Does it make you feel alive or as dead as Chunky Kong? Let’s find out!

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