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Hello, and welcome to SwitchArcade round up for December 19th 2022. In today’s article, we get some updates from our own article before entering into the game remark. Square Enixs Dragon Quest Treasures and PQubes Adventure Academia are in the exam today. After that, there are a few new releases to check out and a more than healthy list of new sales to be spotted. Let’s take it to it!


The Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster has come to change in Spring 2023.

Even though it was a little less anticipated by everybody, Square Enix announced the final fantasy Pixel Remaster series, which covers six of the first five Final Fantasy games, will arrive on the Switch and other platforms in Spring of 2023. I have an unlimited physical version annonced, but it’s too early to sell. Well, I guess at least they’ll be available in digital time for everybody.

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Dragons Quest Treasures (59.99 dollars)

I had a difficult time settling my feelings on Dragon Quest Treasures. There’s certainly something missing that doesn’t stop it being absolutely necessary, but there’s also quite a bit here to like. It’s basically a single spin-off. It feels like a spin-off in substance. Could it stand without the dragonqest name? Where will we start? Is this familiar monster, iconography, sound, and style? Just don’t know, but there are other people on this matter.

Unfortunately, for the game, the whole thing has all the things. The damage has burnt up. The craziest part is that while its story is in a pocket where a thing will not affect its canon in the slightest, it’s tightly woven by its owner. From almost any Dragon Quest game, some of that’s possible, such as the usual monster, the musical theme, the sound effects, and the characters. Some of that is probably low-standard but rather not very startling, particularly since the bulk of this music was recycled. Those treasures I didn’t expect, like how often they give away for you, bring back to specific entries.

So it is a story about Erik and Mia from Dragon Quest XI. They were a little younger than their own tormenting with rowdy vikings. Once the crew freed some creatures, they’re dragged into a new world. There are the best treasure hunters around the world, a world where everyone is interested in preserving. They meet a bunch of strange characters, butt heads with them, help others with their requests and try to save the world by finding the most epic of treasures. That’s basically what the story is, in the majority of the way. Dragon Quest isn’t such a game.

In terms of gameplay, what that all is means is action-RPG with emphasis on exploration and open area. Some sort of secondary quests will help you get into the zone, and, along with the way, the biggest bag of sub-quests will be on the way. You’ll battle enemies with monsters, make treasures to boost your wealth and strengthen your base, and recruit new monsters to your team. You have to use the skills of monsters to find treasures and navigate the maps. Each monster types have its own thing to offer in quests.

Finding treasure is very easy. Use a compass for general knowledge, and then using hints from your monsters to find that spot. These hints take the form of pictures of the individual depiction of the occurrence, and again the monster differences play into play here at a momentous rate. Many of them only see black and white. Some have its positions obscured. It’s a little creepy. I like that. Look for treasures remains enjoyable all the time. This is an interesting thing. I like that when you explore the world, almost any cubby that you could dream of trying to reach has a real reward for you. I can tell you that a lot of thought put things in the world.

Dragon Quest Treasures is a very good-friction game. Enemy encounters are always a very difficult subject and most of your monsters understand things by themselves. With you constantly tripping over something new and you will soon be littered with icons, showing things that have fun. The most disturbing bits are that you have to trudge some distance to get something done, but the problem is that you have a lot of tasks around no direction, which way you’ll usually do that. The game quickly began. I felt like that went a lot after I crossed the stage of this very clear open.

Dragon Quest Treasures is an engaging action-retagment with interesting treasure-hunting gimmick that is boosted by its use of elements of the series. It seems that its a little easier to make, and there are aspects that feel more different in the game than I would like to. Though we’re in a position to accept the idea of a game, it isn’t quite a good option for fans of Dragon Quest or younger players who are dipping their feet into the action-RPG genre. That’s a bit a coupling, but it’s a well-made one that’s solid in the stomach.

The SwitchArcade score is 4/5.

The flurry of the factured antecedent ($39.99)

I was very happy in this game. It’s developed by Acquire, whose games may be acquired, but that taste I acquired many years ago. It’s a series of characters that I love most most. It’s a strategy RPG, and I like to spend time with them. And yet somehow only I can tell is that this is a mess. It has lots of interesting ideas, but often they are contradictory. The difficulty curve is quite hazy. With the sticker price, this is very cheap. The story is completely hidden. The game isn’t really enjoyable, but rather tolerable in the shortest order of time.

You can walk to battle by a group of recruited students (with random quirks sometimes that cause real problems) under the direction of your principals. Your character is very vulnerable, but in general you’re on the field. You’ve got to babysit them with the other students, since if they leave, they’ve lost the mission. One of the most unique elements of combat in this game is that you can pick up and drop summoned characters, e.g. move them where they need to be. They act by themselves but as necessary, they can direct them and swoop with menu commands. The battlefield gets very cluttered in a hurry, which means it is difficult to see and do what you have to do.

Would you like to have a little fun with the Adventure Academia? Sure. There is no point here to like. But it does gel well and it can’t recommend it to anyone. I like that class of Heroes is still alive in a way or another, but I hope that when it happens, you get something better than this.

SwitchArcade Score: 2,5/5.

New Releases

GyroBlade (5,49) ($9).

This is a homage to Toaplan shooters, most of all Tiger Heli. You know what? It isn’t too shabby at all. I grabbed this while it launched online in the Japanese eShop a few weeks ago. I think it’s a highly capable game, out of it not having the online leaderboards. If you like Tiger Heli or other arcade shooters of that era, this is a great way to spend five hours.

Aerospace invasion ($9.99)

EpixR knows how to get a much better mileage from that Aery engine. This game is basically Aery, but it’s just with shooting. Five different modes, ten different maps, and the same chill level of difficulty as the Aery games. It seems like the publisher asked for this so that when you’re one of those people, you’re here.

The Cat Cat 2 ($6,99)

The clone Cut the Rope featuring a portly feline that started for a while now has a sequel. There is more time and plenty of new gimmicks to play. This is very unambitious, but that is pretty much followed by the first game.


(North American e-shop, US prices)

Wow, that’s a lot of new sales for the Monday. The two-K version of the new play price was $18.99. I will also call attention to two things that I really enjoyed – the Gotta Protectors: the opacity of the sky and the Moon Dancer. Give them a closer look if you like good video games. No pressure. This small amount of an incoming list is pleasantly offset by the tiny nature of the outbox. Look at both lists carefully.

If you want to pick up new games on sale, select new ones to get you the best deals.

Haiku Robot ($14,99 $ from $19.99 $ until 12/23). Carnival Games (7.99 USD) from 39.49 USD bis 17:47. NBA 2K23 (23.99 dollars from 54.99 p.m. L.A. Noire (17.19.99) (for 24.99 (19.99) at 12/24). The WWE 2K Battlegrounds ($7,99 p.m. up to 12), retail $49.99 from $39.99. WWE 2K Battlegrounds Deluxe (9.99 from $49.99 until 12/27), has seven days to do. Borderlands legendary collection (9.99 dollars from $49.99 until 12/27). BioShock: The Collection (9,99 dollars from 45,99 $ until 12), 27). Sid Meiers Civilization VI (5,99 $ from 28,99 $ until 2:30:27). Sid Meiers Civ Vi Anthology (24.99) from $69.99 until 12.27. “New Tales of the Borderlands ” DE $29.99 from $49.99 until 12/26/17″ House Builder ($11.24) from $14.99 from 12/28) Warriorb $20.00, from $12.99 to 12.99. Wobbledogs Console Edition (15.99 dollars from 19.00 dollar bis 12.30). A little by the Left ($12.74 from 14.99 to 12:30)

Penko Park (9,09 USD from $12,99 USD bis 12,30) Saturday Morning RPG (6.99 dollars from $9.30 to $8.31) The house in Fata Morgana is 27.99 dollars from 399.99 dollars until 1283. Save Me Mr. Tako: DE – 10,49 dollars from 14.99 – 12/31 – – The Birds king, Revenge (3,49 $) from $4.99 to 121.3 Armistice Day is the 25th anniversary of Corpse Killer ($10.49 from $14.99 until 1231) Double Switch 25th Anniversary ($10.49 from $14.99 until 12/31). Alfonzos Arctic Adventure ($3,49) from $4,99 until 12/31). Night Trap 25th Anniversary (p. 100.50, a cost of $1.49, a cost of $14.99, a fee of 12/31) Pictooi ($6.99 from $9.99 until 12/31) ($12 and 8) ($7 and $1. Heroine Cosmic ($10.49) from $14,99 until $31,21. Grapple Dog $7,49 (from $14,99 to 1/1) ($1,1 dollar). OBAKEIDORO ($9.99 from $19.99 until 1/1) is a booze of colour. RUN: World In-Between (7.49 USD from 9,99 USD bis 1/2) Foretales ($15.99 from $19.99 until 1/2)

Ruggnar ($9,79 $ from $33,99 $ from $36,500 $ from $33,35) The Large Space Rescue (7.99 o’clock from 9.99 o’clock until 1/2) Fourere ($15.99 from $19.99 to 1/2) Alpaca Ball: Stars ($99, from $19.99 to 1/2). Captain Velvet Meteor ($12.49 from $44,99 until 1/4) Advent Calendar (4,99 dollars from 24.99 dollars until 1/5). Alfred Hitchcock Vertigo ($27,99) from 39.99 until 1/6; and he has 27. New Joe and Mac Caveman Ninja ($23.99 from 29,99 dollars until 1/6) Nonogram minimal $19.99 from $6.99 until $6.00. Asterix & Obelix XXXL: TRfH ($27.99 from $39.99 till 1/6): TRfH ($9. The Sisters Party of the Year (4,49 $ from 29,99 $ until 1/6). Car Parking Club (7,79 USD from l2.99 USD until 1/6). My Universe: Puppies and kittens ($14.99 at $29.99 till 1/6), $1.06. Orn: The Zinc Forest Sprite ($2.50) from $8.99 to 1/6). My Universe: Interior Designer (14.99 USD from 299.99 USD bis 61.99 USD) – 4th of all things: Architect (six, six) – 19th, six etiquette! The Bluecoats in the North & South (4,49 dollars from 29.99 dollars to 1/6).

Oddworld Soulstorm $39.99 from $49.99 until $1.6. Pinball Jam for nine dollar ($24,99) and thursday ($7,6). Stranded Deep (12.49 dollars) from 24.99 dollars to 10.16). PigShip & the Golden Wolf (3,19 dollars from $69,99 to $71,6). XIII (23.99 dollars / period from 31.99$ until 1/6), — at 1/7 (23.9). smurfs (27.99 dollars with 69.99% discount from 1/6). Grand Mountain Adventure (17.49 dollars from $44.99 to $6.6): Arkanoid Eternal Battle ($20,09) from 29,99 $ until 1/6). Garfield Lasagna Party. Costs: 27.99 euros, 39.99 o’clock till 1/6. Horse Tales: Emerald Valley Ranch (31.99 dollars from 39.999 until 1/6) Nintendo Switch, FUZE4 ($7,79) from $19.99 to $11.60 (9). Blackwind (USD 12,50 between 24.99 and 1/7). First Light ($5,99), from 16,99 – 1/7. The Eight Witches: Family Disruption (5.99 USD from 199.99 USD till 1/7) Around the World ($20,99) from $9.99 until 1/7) ENOH (7,69 $ from 10,99 $ until 1/7) ($7,7,69 $

Moon Dancer ($10,99) from $18,99 to 1/7). Gotta Protectors: Cart of Darkness ($10.04 from $14.99 until 1/7) Climbing Cat 2, ($1.99 from $6.99 until 1/7), and a little bit of money. Pirates Gold (2.99 dollars from 99 until 17). Farming (2.99 dollars) from $9.99 up to 1/7). CosmoPlayerZ ($7.69 from £109.99 from 7-year-old) will be available for a week. KungFu Kickball (5.99 dollars from 19,99 dollars to 1/7) is starting from 1.99. Super Mabus Mania ($34.9 from $7.89 until 1/8). Nape Retroverse Collection ($3,49) from 6.99 to 1/8). 9. Clues: TSoSC ($1.99 from 14.99 to 1/8). 9 Clues 2: The Ward ($1.99 from $14.99 to 1/8): The Ward ($1.99) ($14.99 from 1.99 to 99%. Grim Legends 3: The Dark City ($1.99 from $14.99 until 1/8). Catmaze (6.99 dollars), from 99 to 89,9 o’clock, is $6. Angels with scale wings ($5.99, from £9.99 a pair of wings to 1/9) Moto Roader MC $4,89 from $7,99 until $4,9.

Gynoug (4,89 $ from 6,99 $ until 1/9). Gleylancer (4,89 dollars from 6,99 yen before 1/9) Avenging Spirit $4,19 from $5,99 till 1/9. Millie & Molly (1,99 $ from 4,99 $ till 1/9) Aquadine (3,99 dollars from 19.99 dollars a day) and 19.99 dollars from 99. God Damn The Garden $3,49 from $4,99 to 1/9. A Frog’s Job $39.49 from $4.99 until 1/9. Halloween-themed bones (3,49 $ from 3,99 $ until 1/9)! Runout $39.49,00 USD from $4.99 bis 1/9. The Rears are 3,49 dollars from 94,99 dollars to 91,09. Caffeine Victorias Legacy (12,59 $ from $7,99 $ until 1/9):

Sales ending tomorrow, Tuesday, December 20th.

Crash Drive 3 ($1.99, $19.99, and twelve/20), Fury Unleashed ($5.99 from $19.99 from 12:00 a.m.) Marooners ($1,99 from 14.99 to 12/20)

There’s what you should do today, friends. Now have more books and more sales, and, perhaps, more new releases. I need to get back to the study pile, so that I can start my year so clean as possible. I wish you all a lovely Monday, and since we’ve been reading, thanks!


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