Japanese Game Release This Week: Crash Benedict 4: It’s Almost Time, Star Wars: Squadron, More

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s time And Star Wars: The Squadron Highlights of this week’s Japanese video game release.

The first original entry in Crash Bandicoot Series over 10 years, Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s time A true sequel and modern take on a classic developed by Activation Toys for Bob Studios. Multiple playable characters, four quantum masks, the ability to reverse the rules of reality, a new art style, a new game style, “flashback” levels, local multiplayer mods and much more. Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s time Filled with content.

Star Wars: The Squadron A five-on-five first-person space combat game developed by Electronic Arts’ Motive Studio. As well as a full single-player campaign following the events of Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi, The game includes multiplayer dogfights, various classes of starfighters, unlockable weapons, holes, engines, shields, and decorations and much more.

Get the full list of Japanese game releases this week below. It should be noted that Gametsu will receive a small percentage of purchases made by Play-Asia links. You can also save up to 5 percent by using our “Gametsoo“Coupon code.

  • Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s time (PS4) – Worldwide launch.
  • Anti-megagun (PS4, Switch)
  • Star Wars: The Squadron (PS4) – Worldwide launch.
  • Yes Argin Special Edition (PS4, Switch) – Currently digitally available worldwide.
  • Midnight birthday (Switch) – Worldwide launch.
  • Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s time (Xbox One) – Worldwide launch.
  • Genshin effect (PS4, PC, iOS, Android) – Worldwide launch.
  • Hell games (Switch) – Worldwide launch.
  • The lost dragon (Switch) – Worldwide launch.
  • Tenant Blaze: Dawn of the Tone Dragons (Switch)
  • Mine Dungeon II No. II: Journey to Rurmu (PC) [Steam]) – Worldwide launch.
  • Mindsays (Switch) – Worldwide launch.
  • Myrtle Blitz: Battlefield (PSVR) – Worldwide launch.
  • Orangebull (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – Worldwide launch.
  • Spiritual fighters (Switch) – Already available worldwide.
  • Star Wars: The Squadron (Xbox One, PC [Steam, Origin]) – Worldwide launch.
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The PlayStation 4 or Switch titles listed above can be purchased using prepaid cards from Japanese PlayStation Network and Nintendo accounts:

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