Round Up: Switch games revealed at Nintendo Japan’s E3 2021 Direct
When it comes to Direct presentations, Nintendo has a habit of modifying the broadcast slightly depending on the region. Japan normally receives different announcements and during the company’s E3 Direct it was no different.
While we’ve already covered at least one of these titles in a standalone article, we’ve now brought the others together into one, so you can see what else has been announced. Keep in mind that most of these games are releases only in Japan at this time.
Worth the life
A slice of life kingdom game by History of seasons and Rune factory producer, Yoshifumi Hashimoto. It arrives in Japan next week on June 24. Source: Siliconera
Mushihimesama, Espgaluda and DoDonPachi Resurrection
Although these three titles were not broadcast on Western Live, Mushihimesama got a surprise local release – marking its Nintendo debut. The other two shmups are expected to follow later this year. Source: Gematsu
Power Pro Kun Pocket R
Power Pro Kun Pocket R – the latest entry in the Power Pro Baseball spinoff series arrives on Switch this winter in Japan. The series started in 1999 on Game Boy! Source: Gematsu
Super Robot Wars 30
This robot simulation RPG is launching this year in Japan. It also gets an Asian release with English subtitles. It also happens to be the series’ 30th anniversary – with more details expected to be shared on July 11. Source: Gematsu
Tokimeki Memorial Girl’s Side 4th Heart
This school romance simulation released by Konami has been confirmed for release on October 28 in Japan. This is the fourth entry in derivative dating simulation and follows the DS and PSP entry in 2010 and 2012. Source: Siliconera
And finally, we have a montage trailer and the full Japanese overview of Nintendo’s E3 Direct:
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